June 11 - 14, 2018 | Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel, Ann Arbor, MI

Agenda Day 1

7:45 - 8:15 Registration

8:15 - 8:30 Welcome & opening remarks by chairperson of the day

Lisa Clark - Functional Safety Manager Sensata Technologies Inc.
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Lisa Clark

Functional Safety Manager
Sensata Technologies Inc.

8:30 - 9:20 Module A. Behind the scenes of ISO 26262

Riccardo Mariani - Chief Functional Safety Technologist Intel
Get a deeper understanding of the ISO International Committee structure and the responsibilities of national and international subcommittees. Gain insights into drafting the revision and Publicly Available Specifications. What are the opportunities of getting your voice heard, and getting involved further?

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Riccardo Mariani

Chief Functional Safety Technologist
Intel

The Functional Safety Management Plan requires specifications as to how functional safety will be ensured throughout the project and how the targeted ASIL is to be achieved. Get a closer look into role identification, responsibilities and ensure that you are on the right track from the beginning.
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Lisa Clark

Functional Safety Manager
Sensata Technologies Inc.

10:10 - 10:40 Refreshment break & networking

10:40 - 11:30 Module C. Overview of how to apply the different parts of ISO 26262 to semiconductors

Riccardo Mariani - Chief Functional Safety Technologist Intel
This module will address the methods to apply the standard specifically to semiconductors. 
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Riccardo Mariani

Chief Functional Safety Technologist
Intel

11:30 - 13:30 Trip to University of Michigan campus to visit Mcity Test Facility

13:30 - 14:30 Networking lunch

Engineers often want to jump into quantitative analysis before doing the necessary upfront qualitative thought required to underpin a valid FMEDA. This session describes how chip and semiconductor IP FMEA should start from an overall architecture that is modular and hierarchal, which allows for “pin level” failure mode analysis at the module level which can then be integrated to describe top-level failure modes and coverage.

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Kurt Shuler

Vice President of Marketing
Arteris, IP

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Alexis Boutillier

Functional Safety Manager (FSM) and Corporate Application Manager
Arteris IP

15:20 - 16:10 Module E. How to write and structure your requirements

Divya Seth - Functional Safety & Process Engineer Yazaki North America, Inc.
This module is a hands-on training session intended to
introduce some key concepts to modelling system
requirements.
• Requirements must be structured
• Requirements must describe behavior
• Requirements must be measurable
• Requirements must follow a defined lifecycle (and workflow)
= Strong use case for modelling!
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Divya Seth

Functional Safety & Process Engineer
Yazaki North America, Inc.

The accuracy of FMEDA is central to a strong safety case. In this session, you will get a greater understanding of failure modes, effects, and diagnostic coverages. You will learn how to defend engineering judgement used (failure mode distributions, diagnostic coverages, safe faults). You will learn how to use reliability data to extract failure rates.
Co-moderated by Ashish Vanjari, Systems Engineer (Functional Safety), Texas Instruments, USA
And Prasanth Viswanathan Pillai, Functional Safety Architect , Texas Instruments, India
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Prasanth Viswanathan Pillai

Functional Safety Architect
Texas Instruments

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Ashish Vanjari

Systems Engineer (Functional Safety)
Texas Instruments

17:00 - 17:50 Module G. Dependent Failure Analysis for semiconductors

Chanthachith Souvanthong - Corporate Functional Safety Manager ON Semiconductor
Nothing on a single chip is truly independent, so how can you “prove” independence? How do you know how much analysis is enough? Is there a way to quantify this? In this interactive session, there will be the opportunity to cover these questions.
Optimizing AVF to improve Product SER
Combinational SER trends and assessment
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Chanthachith Souvanthong

Corporate Functional Safety Manager
ON Semiconductor

17:50 - 18:00 End of ISO 26262 bootcamp and closing remarks of the conference chairperson

18:00 - 19:30 Awards ceremony and evening networking event