Workshop Program

This year, the IoT-ASAP program is a combination of paper presentations and break-out sessions. A keynote addressing the key topics of the workshop will provide a good basis for discussions.

Time Schedule

April 30, 2018

8:00 - 9:00 Registration
9:00 - 9:15 Opening
9:15 - 10:00

"IoT Challenges for Smart Manufacturing: Connecting a Laser Level Transmitter to the Cloud" - Keynote by Heiko Koziolek (ABB Corporate Research) - see abstract and bio below

10:00 - 10:30 Coffee break (225 Terry lunch room)
10:30 - 12:00

(Session 1, Session Chair: Gregor Engels)

10:30-10:50 - "Case Study for Workflow-based Automation in the Internet of Things" - Ronny Seiger, Steffen Huber, and Uwe Assmannn

10:50-11:10 - "Straightforward Specification of Adaptation-Architecture-Significant Requirements of IoT-enabled Cyber-Physical Systems" - Pablo Oliveira Antonino, Andreas Morgenstern, Benno Kallweit, Martin Becker, and Thomas Kuhn

11:10-11:30 - "I4.0-Device Integration: A Qualitative Analysis of Methods and Technologies Utilized by System Integrators" - Fabian Burzlaff and Christian Bartelt

11:30-12:00 - Discussion

12:00 - 13:30 Lunch (225 Terry lunch room)
13:30 - 15:00

(Session 2, Session Chair: Romina Spalazzese)

13:30-13:45 - "Using Blockchain Technology to Ensure Trustful Information Flow Monitoring in CPS" - Stefan Gries, Ole Meyer, Florian Wessling, Marc Hesenius, and Volker Gruhn

13:45-14:05 - (Invited Talk) "Teaching Software Architecture Process to Undergraduate Students: A Case Study" - Lotfi Ben-Othmane and Yesdaulet Izenov

14:05-14:30 - Discussion

14:30-15:00 - Working Session: select topics and form groups for Breakout Session

15:00 - 15:30 Coffee break (225 Terry lunch room)
15:30 - 17:00

(Break-out Session)

15:30-16:40 - Discuss selected topics

16:40-17:00 - Summary of Breakout Session and Closing

Keynote

IoT Challenges for Smart Manufacturing: Connecting a Laser Level Transmitter to the Cloud

Abstract: Distributed control systems for manufacturing are currently evolving towards Industrial Internet-of-Things (IIoT) systems. Sensors and actuators get equipped with internet connectivity, which allows them to interface with cloud platforms. This potentially enables a number of application cases. However, industrial "things" may be much more complex and more resource-constrained than typical consumer space "things". This talk provides an overview of Industrial IoT application cases and sketches various challenges for researchers and practitioners using the example of turning a level sensor for industrial tanks into an IoT device.

About the keynote speaker

Heiko Koziolek

Heiko Koziolek

Senior Principal Scientist at ABB Corporate Research

Dr.-Ing. Heiko Koziolek is a Senior Principal Scientist at ABB Corporate Research in Ladenburg. He leads research projects on software architectures for industrial process control. He also consults ABB software development units for the design of large-scale software systems. He studied computer science at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg and obtained a PhD in software engineering. His research is concerned with performance prediction for software systems as well as analyzing software maintainability. He is co-author of the book "Modeling and Simulating Software Architecture" published by MIT Press in 2016. He has been serving on the program committees of ICSE and ICSA, is currently an editorial board member of "Journal of Systems and Software", and reviewed for "IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering" and "IEEE Software". Additionally he is a member of the "Plattform Industrie 4.0", working group "Reference Architecture and Standards".