Vehicular Networking [C2X]

L.079.05808, Summer 2014

Contents

Today's automotive industry is increasingly relying on computer science in product innovation. Young professionals are expected to have specialized knowledge in the fields of electronics, software and vehicular networks -- both in-car networks and networks of moving cars. This lecture teaches important concepts from these domains, starting with in-car networks (from individual electronic control units, modern bus systems, system and network architectures, to driver assistance functions, security and safety). The lecture then moves to networks of moving cars (from communication technology and system architectures, to the design of advanced traffic information systems, security and safety). Particular emphasis is given to the relevant question of balancing users' privacy with their safety and security.

Learning Outcome

The learning objective is to unserstand the fundamental concepts of vehicular networking. Students understand these concepts and are able to apply this knowledge.

General Information / Methods

This master course will be held in English and all the course material is available in English. Oral exams can be organized in English as well as in German.

  • 4 ECTS (Lecture: 2 SWS, Exercises: 1 SWS)

Instructors

Schedule

  • Lecture (L.079.05808) — first block of semester
    Thursday, 9:15am - 11:45am, F1.110
  • Exercises — second block of semester
    Thursday, 9:15am - 11:45am, F1.110

Exams

Oral examination (by appointment)

Lecture

Exercises

Evaluation

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Literature

  • Werner Zimmermann and Ralf Schmidgall, Bussysteme in der Fahrzeugtechnik, ed. 4, Wiesbaden, Vieweg + Teubner, 2011. [BibTeX, Details...]
  • Konrad Reif, Automobilelektronik, ed. 3, Wiesbaden, Vieweg + Teubner, 2009. [BibTeX, Details...]
  • Dominique Paret, Multiplexed networks for embedded systems, Chichester, England, Wiley, 2007. [BibTeX, Details...]
  • Hannes Hartenstein and Kenneth Laberteaux (Eds.), VANET - Vehicular Applications and Inter-Networking Technologies, Intelligent Transport Systems, Chichester, John Wiley & Sons, 2010. [DOI, BibTeX, Details...]