[2017-12-22] Dr. Chung-Wei Lin, Toyota InfoTechnology Center, “Innovative Design and Analysis for Intelligent and Connected Vehicles”


Title: Innovative Design and Analysis for Intelligent and Connected Vehicles
Date: 2017-12-22  03:40pm-05:00pm
Location: R103, CSIE
Speaker:  Dr. Chung-Wei Lin, Toyota InfoTechnology Center
Hosted by: Prof. Chih-Jen Lin



Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), autonomous functions, and connected applications bring a revolution to automotive systems and software. In this talk, some ongoing research topics in the domain of automotive systems and software will be introduced: (1) security-aware design and analysis considering timing and game theory, (2) a flexible and customizable plug-and-play platform to support installations, updates, or activations of software before driving or even during driving, (3) a certification protocol to certify outsourced software but keep source codes confidential, and (4) a distributed graph-based conflict resolution algorithm for intersection management. Current achievements and research challenges will be covered in the talk. In the last part of this talk, some teaching experience at UC Berkeley will also be shared.



Chung-Wei Lin is a researcher at Toyota InfoTechnology Center, Mountain View, California. He received the B.S. degree in CSIE and the M.S. degree in EE from National Taiwan University. He received the Ph.D. degree in EECS from University of California, Berkeley. His research includes cyber-physical systems, connected and autonomous vehicles, security, and system design methodology. He serves as TPC members of DAC, ASP-DAC, SIES, and other conferences. He won ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (TODAES) 2016 Best Paper Award. In Summer 2015, he taught "Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory", with 300 students, at UC Berkeley.

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