AmE 2022 - Automotive meets Electronicsevent homepage
(fürs Navigationssytem bitte "Strobelallee 45" angeben)
The focus of the conference AmE 2022 is oriented towards these topics. The first topic is Mobility of the Future addressing issues arising from the new kind of the car’s future usage. One major focus is on connectivity and all related topics concerning privacy, safety and security. Developments in the future mobility will be characterized by a move away from mechanical development towards highly sophisticated electronic systems with more computational power, new operating systems and application software encompassing today‘s classical algorithms as well as algorithms based on Artificial Intelligence / MachinebLearning.
The second subject Development Methodology is devoted to the innovated development chain, covering also functional safety aspects as well as testing and validation & verification. The third topic Technologies for the Future addresses the tools, allowing to develop safe and secure software and services. AmE 2022 allows industry and academia to freely discuss technical issues and exchange ideas. It is an excellent platform for presenting latest research work as well as technical implementations from industry. Last but not least: the social events of the AmE showed that the attendees have also other interests beside technology.
Automotive meets Electronics – and we would like to meet you!
VDE/VDI-Ges. Mikroelektronik Mikrosystem- u. Feinwerktechnik
- 04.10.2021 Deadline for submission of abstracts
- 15.10.2021 Notification of authors
- 14.01.2022 Final version of your contribution
- 08.-09.03.2022 AmE in Dortmund
The abstracts should have a length between 500 and 1000 words. The length of the final contribution covers at least 4 pages but should not exceed 6 pages. Please indicate the topic domain of your contribution. The language of your contribution is German or English. However, only contributions in English will be published
at IEEE Xplore.
Contributions for presentations and posters will be treated equally in the proceedings. They will be published by