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    July 31, 2020 August 31, 2020 September 11, 2020
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    August 31, 2020September 15, 2020
    September 20, 2020
  • Final submission due
    September 15, 2020September 25, 2020
    September 29, 2020
  • Video submission due
    October 20, 2020

TODAY 2020. 11. 30

ICCE-Asia 2020


Special Program

Special session proposals are invited to IEEE/IEIE ICCE-Asia 2020, and inquiries regrading submission should be directed to the Special Session Chair.

The proposals need to be submitted to the Special Session Chair ( by August 31, 2020. The proposal template is available on the conference webpage.

Automotive Electronics for Future Mobility

[Nov 2(Mon). 13:30-15:00, Miami Room (2F)]

Seokmin Hwang, Senior Research Engineer
(Hyundai Motor Company)

1. Title: Vehicle Architecture, future development direction of automotive electronics system

The automotive industry is facing a paradigm shift from ‘product manufacturers’ to ‘smart mobility solution providers’. The new mobility service will have a big impact on automotive electronics system. The complexity of electrical/electronic systems will be increased significantly due to new features and services. We need a way to effectively manage the complexity of vehicle development while providing the best products and services to our customers.

Innovation in automotive electronic systems requires a change in the way they are developed. First, we are developing a top-down design principle that defines the fundamental structure of the entire electrical system firstly and then develops the appropriate parts and functions. When a vehicle is developed on the basis of architecture, the complexity of the development will be reduced. Second, software will become more important in vehicle development. Software-oriented development will make the vehicle more flexible and agile, making it easier to deliver new features and services, which will improve customer value.

In the smart mobility era where cars are the center of life, please look forward to Hyundai Motor Company’s innovation.

Choongseob Park, Part Leader
(Hyundai Motor Company)

2. Title: The Direction of Automotive Electronics & Semiconductor for Future Mobility

Recently, the automotive industry is moving to the future of smart mobility represented by MECA of Mobility, Electrification, Connectivity and Autonomous driving beyond the electronic-control stage. To lead these technological changes of automotive industry, global OEMs are redefining their own E/E architecture. The change from distributed architecture to domain architecture will increase the functional complexity of S/W, and require the ECU with high-performance H/W to correspond with functional integration and convergence functions. Today, normally a single supplier is developing ECUs including H/W and S/W together, but in the future, H/W and S/W suppliers are expected to be separated to focus on developing the complicated S/W functions. In order to implement S/W with integration and service functions in vehicle level, high-performance APs (Application Processors) are required in vehicles. In applying theses processors, it is important to secure development competitiveness, firstly, in each S/W sector such as BSP, Middleware, and S/W platform. In addition, some OEMs are working to internalize major S/W to implement service functions, which are the core technologies of the future. We can say that it is essential to develop automotive semiconductors, which will be adopted in high-performance ECU, with high reliability such as optimized power consumption and heat dissipation, to ensure H/W performance and reusability/standardization for next-generation architecture.

Sang Uk Sagong, Senior Research Engineer
(Hyundai Motor Company)

3. Title: The Introduction to Automotive Cyber-Security

A contemporary automobile is equipped with a great number of electronic control units (ECUs) where these ECUs are connected via different types of wired bus networks such as Controller Area Network(CAN)and Local Interconnect Network(LIN). ECUs in the automobile exchange data for monitoring a status of the automobile or controlling the automobile using in-vehicle network protocols. By the time when these in-vehicle network protocols were designed, the in-vehicle bus networks were considered to be isolated from the external networks. As a consequence, the in-vehicle network protocols do not encrypt data or authenticate messages. Recent automobiles, however, provide many connected wireless services to passengers which includes real-time traffic information, emergency calls in case of an accident, or over-the-air software updates. In order to support these services, many ECUs in a contemporary automobile are connected to external networks such as cellular network, Wi-Fi,and Bluetooth. These ECUs with outward-facing interfaces act as attack surfaces to the in-vehicle networks and other ECUs in the automobile.

Recent studies showedthat many automobiles are vulnerable to various cyber-attacks that exploit ECUs with the outward-facing interfaces.In 2011, Checkoway et al.discoveredthat remote exploitation of an automobile is feasible via CD players, Bluetooth, and cellular network, which may lead to vehicle control, location tracking, and theft.Miller and Valasek demonstrated that steering and braking, which is one of the most safety-critical system,of a Jeep Cherokee can be remotely controlled by an adversary once the adversary compromises an ECU via Remote Key Entry, FM/AM radio, cellular network, and internet applications in 2015.Although vulnerabilities of ECUs that are connected to the external networks are identified,connected and autonomous automobiles will be equipped with these ECUs to support cutting-edge functionalities.

It is difficult to incorporate message authentication and data encryption to the existing in-vehicle 2

network protocols because of lack of backward compatibility with the legacy systems. Hence, in academia and industry, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSs) have been developed to detect cyber-attacks on the CAN bus using various physical invariants of ECUs.In addition, a lot of legal legislationorganizations establish regulations, security standards,and guidelines that can mitigateor minimize consequences of cyber-attacks. In Europe, UNECE WP29 is now effective. Automobile OEMs have to set up systematic design procedures according to this regulation, and all the cars sold in Europe must be manufactured based onthis regulation.In US, NHTSA published a cyber-security guide that specifically indicate functions and data that need to be provided in case of analyzing accidents.

We, as an automobile OEM, recognizecurrent issues and limitations of the connected and autonomous vehicles with respect to security. We also do know that customers would want more connectivity inside a carand higher-level autonomous drivingcapability. In order to satisfy both our customers and regulations, weare moving fast in the right direction andprovide security assurance to future automobiles.

Women in Engineering (WIE)

[Nov 2(Mon). 13:30-15:00, Grand Ballroom (2F)]

WIE Session 1

'My Story: Imagine YOUR next' (Moderator: Jin Young Hwang)

Prof. Hyesook Lim
(Ewha Womans University)

Hyesook Lim received the B.S. and M.S. degrees at the Department of Control and Instrumentation Engineering in Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, in 1986 and 1991, respectively. She received the Ph.D. degree at the Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, Texas, in 1996. From 1996–2000, she had been employed as a member of technical staff at Bell Labs in Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, NJ, USA. From 2000–2002, she had been employed as a hardware engineer for Cisco Systems, San Jose, CA, USA. She is currently a professor in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Ewha Womans University, and the president of the Institute of Electronics and Information Engineers, Seoul, Korea. She is also a full member of the National Academy of Engineering of Korea. She is the winner of Women in Science and Engineering Award in 2014 and the President Award commemorating the Science Day in 2020 awarded by Korean Government.

As an example of the trajectory of a female engineer's life, I look back on my own journey. In order for more female engineers to contribute and grow in our society, we will talk about areas that require personal efforts and areas that all members in our society need to work together.

WIE Session 2

'Work-life balance : The successful strategy of dual-career couple'

  • Facilitator: Prof. SoYoung Kim (Sungkyunkwan University Korea)
  • Panelists
Prof. Hyesook Lim
(Ewha Womans University, Korea)
Prof. Jin Young Hwang
(Korea Aerospace University, Korea)
Prof. Seung Ah Lee
(Yonsei University, Korea)
Prof. Sangbeom Jun
(Ewha Womans University, Korea)
Prof. JeongYon Shim
(Kangnam University, Korea)

In this panel, both men and women professionals will share tips to plan your career in electrical and computer engineering representing a range of viewpoints, experiences and backgrounds. In the highly competitive IT industry, it is not easy for a dual-career couple who have made a family home to be both happy and highly successful in their careers. We will discuss realistic life strategies that worked and did not work.