Meet the experts on multi-core development
EMCC - Embedded Multi-Core Conference
A special event on embedded multi-core technology for the automotive industry
MUNICH, 26-27 June, 2018

About the Embedded Multi-Core Conference

Automated Driving from level one to five. The “always connected” car. Electrification.
Such fundamental technological changes have a huge impact on the E/E architecture of future cars. High performance multi- and many-core processors will form the basis of embedded control units and enable a lot of new opportunities. But how can we develop innovative and comprehensive solutions, while current project challenges still exist?

That is why in 2015 the Embedded Multi-Core Conference (EMCC) was established as a platform initiated “from the industry for the industry” featured by Elektrobit, Infineon, iSYSTEM, and Timing-Architects. At June 26th – 27th 2018, we will meet for the 4th time in Munich to share best practices, provide insights in new approaches, and commonly discuss how to realize the car of the future on a technical level.

Join us for two full days in a cooperative environment, listen to high-class speeches, participate at a technical multi-core workshop, and connect with thought leaders, architects, experts, and engineers facing equal project challenges on system- and ECU level.

Read here “how to speed up your automotive control unit”, describing the EMCC partners´ synchronized tool chain for efficient multi-core development:

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Why to attend the EMCC

The international conference “Embedded Multi-Core Systems” will bring together the multi-core community from along the value chain to elaborate single-core to multi-core migration methodologies, to give information about current trends and show how to exploit the most of next generation embedded multi-core systems:

  • New E/E Architecture: From traditional controllers to central computing clusters
  • AUTOSAR and Hypervisors in high-performance multi-core environment
  • Agile development and continuous integration in a multi-core context
  • System design and software integration with model-based tools for multi-core systems
  • Multi- and many core task deployment and scheduling
  • Evolving programming languages and guidelines for multi-core coding
  • Proof and validation of latency requirements and data-flow regarding event-chains
  • Debug and trace strategies for multi- and many-core systems

Speakers 2018

Get to know the experts of this year's conference! More are coming soon!

Rahman Jamal

Business & Technology Fellow at National Instruments                                                  

Jon Taylor

Jon Taylor

Senior Technology Manager at ARM                                                  

Nicolas Brunie

Nicolas Brunie

Head of Embedded Software Development at Kalray

Peter Gliwa

Peter Gliwa

CEO at GLIWA embedded systems                                                                                

Philipp Jungklass

Philipp Jungklass

Development Engineer at IAV GmbH                                                       

Christopher Schwager

Christopher Schwager

Technical Expert at  ITK Engineering GmbH                                                 

Ralph Mader

Principal Expert P SW Architecture Embedded Systems at Continental Automotive GmbH

Roman Iseler

Roman Iseler

Product Manager Safety at Elektrobit Automotive GmbH                                               

Takeshi Fukuda

Takeshi Fukuda

Senior Engineer at Hitachi Automotive Systems Europe GmbH

Stefan Voget

Stefan Voget

Head of Hardware & Software Lboratory at Continental Automotive GmbH

Unmut Ikibas

Unmut Ikibas

Software Engineer at Continental Automotive GmbH

Dr. Kai Mathias Lampka

Dr. Kai Mathias Lampka

Expert Virtualization 
at Elektrobit Automotive

Erjola Lalo

Erjola Lalo

Senior Research Engineer at Timing-Architects/Vector Informatik GmbH

Ahmed Barakat

Ahmed Barakat

Field Application Engineer at Altium Europe GmbH


Agenda 2018

08:30 Registration and welcome coffee

09:00 Welcoming and opening remarks of the EMCC 2018

by Erol Simsek, CEO, iSYSTEM AG

09:15 Keynote speech: Disruptive Technologies: a shock wave for existing ecosystems?

by Rahman Jamal, National Instruments

SESSION 1: Software Integration and Virtualization

10:45 Multi-core Design with Powertrain/ADAS SW and Future Challenges of Highly Self-Driven Vehicles

by Takeshi Fukuda, Hitachi Automotive Systems Europe GmbH

11:30 Logical Execution Time Implementation in Classic AUTOSAR

by Ralf Mader, Continental Automotive GmbH

12:15 Challenges of migration automotive event-triggered systems to LET paradigm

by Erjola Lalo, Timing-Architects/Vector Informatik GmbH

13:00 Networking luncheon and exhibition

SESSION 2: Timing Design and Verification

14:30 A systematic approach for timing requirements

by Peter Gliwa, Gliwa GmbH

15:15 Influence of Memory Management on Performance and Real-Time Capability of Embedded Multi-core Microcontrollers

by Philipp Jungklaß, IAV GmbH

16:00 Networking afternoon coffee and exhibition

16:15 Automatic verification of safety criterias for ASIL D basic software

by Frank Krämer, Altium and Roman Iseler, Elektrobit Automotive

17:00 Closing remarks of the day

by Erol Simsek, CEO, iSYSTEM AG

17:30 Evening event: Evening Event: BBQ

After a long but very exciting day with, as we hope, a totally new perspective of your challenges, we invite you for a networking BBQ right on the outer space of the conference hotel.

Download the 2018 Agenda as PDF

8:30 Morning coffee

08:55 Short welcoming and overview of the day

by Erol Simsek, CEO, iSYSTEM AG

09:00 Keynote speech: Performance meets safety and security - future automotive SoC trends

by Jon Taylor, ARM

SESSION 3: Adaptive and more

09:45 Scheduling Chains of Activities on Linux-based Multi-core Systems

by Dr. Vladimir Nikolov, BMW Car IT GmbH

10:30 Networking morning coffee and exhibition

10:45 Central Vehicle Computer: Achieving freedom from interference by temporal software separation

by Christopher Schwager, ITK Engineering GmbH

11:30 Taming the Beast: Mastering Security and Resource Sharing in future HPC-platforms

by Dr. Kai Lamka, Elektrobit Automotive

12:15 AUTOSAR MCAL Support for Multi-core: a pragmatic and performant solution

by Gerhard Wirrer and Varun Kumar, Infineon AG

13:00 Networking luncheon and exhibition

SESSION 4: What's next?

14:30 The Aramis Project Initiative - Multi-core Systems in Safety- and Mixed-Critical Applications

by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr.h.c. Becker, Karlsruher Institute of Technology

15:15 Manycore Processor for Next Generation Intelligent Vehicles


by Nicolas Brunie, Kalray S.A.

16:00 Challenges for the runtime performance of artificial intelligencebased systems in future automotive controller networks

by Umut Ibikas, Stefan Voget and Mateusz Majer, Continental Automotive GmbH

16:45 Closing remarks

by Erol Simsek, CEO, iSYSTEM AG

16:00 Networking afternoon coffee and soccer world cup

Download the 2018 Agenda as PDF

Our Partners

Elektrobit Automotive is one of the partner companies of the Embedded Multi-Core Conference (EMCC)
iSYSTEM AG is one of the partner companies of the Embedded Multi-Core Conference (EMCC)
Infineon is one of the partner companies of the Embedded Multi-Core Conference (EMCC)


EMCC 2017 Keynote from Prof. Dr. Dr. Dr. h.c. Franz Josef Radermacher

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Previous Agendas

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Packages & Pricing

Conference Package 1

Conference Package 1 includes:


  • 2 days full conference pass
  • Coffee and lunch breaks
  • BBQ and live music networking evening event after the 1st conference day in the conference hotel



Price per attendee: 890,00 €

Conference Package 2

Conference Package 2 includes:

  • 2 days full conference pass
  • Coffee and lunch breaks
  • Single room and breakfast from June, 26.-27. in the conference hotel (details on the registration page)
  • BBQ and live music networking evening event after the 1st conference day in the conference hotel


Price per attendee: 990,00 €


Register for the EMCC 2018

We are looking forward to welcome you in Munich and hope you enjoy two days of interesting talks and expert discussions.

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Venue & Accommodation

The Embedded Multi-Core Conference will take place in Munich, Germany. The conference hotel "Leonardo Royal Hotel Munich" is located at the historic ground of Munich's first airport Oberwiesenfeld and welcomes its guests with a clever mix of modern architecture and trendy furniture. Its ideal location next to the Olympic Park makes the hotel the perfect starting point for every visitor to Munich. The EMCC team has reserved some hotel rooms for the participants and is happy to assist you for further information about the conference venue!

Leonardo Royal Hotel Munich, Moosacherstrasse 90, 80809 Munich

Driving Directions Hotel Information



When will I receive my conference pass?

You will receive the conference material including your conference pass at the first day of the conference right at the sign-in desk.

When should I pay for the conference?

Payment is required after registration.

How should I pay for the conference?

Accepted payment method is Credit Card or Invoice.

What is the conference language?

The conference language will be English.

What time does the conference start?

Registration on the first day of the conference starts at 8:30 a.m. The conference program starts at 9:00 a.m.

On day 2 of EMCC the conference program starts at 8:55 a.m.

When does the conference end?

The conference ends around 5 p.m. on day 2.

Is there an evening event?

There will be an evening event after the first conference day.

Can I still register for the conference on the first day?

It is not possible to register for the conference on the first day. Please register for the conference before it starts.

Are the meals included at the conference?

During the conference, we will offer you a nice lunch buffet and several smaller coffee breaks with snacks, which are all included. The evening event also includes a dinner and drinks on EMCC expenses.

How can I get additional information about the conference?

For more information please contact our EMCC Team via



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93053 Regensburg
Phone: +49 (0) 941 46373 000
Fax: +49 (0) 941 46373 259
Chief Executive Officer: Dr.-Ing. Michael Deubzer
Timing-Architects Embedded Systems GmbH is entered in the Register of Companies of Regensburg Local Court under the No. HR B 12614
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Event organizer:
Elektrobit Automotive GmbH
Am Wolfsmantel 46
91058 Erlangen
Phone: +49 9131 7701-0
Executives / authorized representatives: Alexander Kocher, Gregor Zink
Elektrobit Automotive GmbH is a limited liability company.
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iSYSTEM AG für Informatiksysteme
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Phone: +49(8138)6971-0
Fax: +49(8138)6971-46
Board of Management: Erol Simsek, Werner Fischer, Martin Gröstenberger
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Timing-Architects Embedded Systems GmbH
Franz-Mayer-Str. 1
93053 Regensburg
Phone: +49 (0) 941 46373 000
Fax: +49 (0) 941 46373 259
Chief Executive Officer: Dr.-Ing. Michael Deubzer
Timing-Architects Embedded Systems GmbH is entered in the Register of Companies of Regensburg Local Court under the No. HR B 12614
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