Final Program

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Scientific Program

EOOLT 2019

November 5, Berlin, Germany
www.eoolt.org

9th International Workshop on Equation-Based Object-Oriented Modeling Languages and Tools



Final Program

Hosted by
Universit√§t der K√ľnste, Berlin
Fraunhofer IIS/EAS, Dresden

Location:
UdK Berlin
Hardenbergstrasse 33
10587 Berlin

09:00

Christoph Nytsch-Geusen and Olaf Enge-Rosenblatt:
Welcome Address

Session 1: Invited Talks / Demos
Chair: Olaf Enge-Rosenblatt

09:15

Peter Fritzson:
Status and Directions for Cyber-physical System Development with OpenModelica

09:45

Christoph Nytsch-Geusen:
Latest Developments in Equation-based Building Energy Simulation

10:15

David Broman and Oscar Eriksson:
Functional Programmatic Modeling in Modelyze

10:45

Coffee Break

Session 2: Compiler-related Problems
Chair: Peter Fritzson

11:30

John Tinnerholm, Adrian Pop and Martin Sjölund:
Towards Introducing Just-in-time Compilation in a Modelica Compiler

12:00

Giovanni Agosta, Francesco Casella, Stefano Cherubin, Alberto Leva and Federico Terraneo:
Towards a Benchmark Suite for High-Performance Modelica Compilers
(WiP)

12:20

Lunch Break

Session 3: Algorithms for Efficient Problem Solving
Chair: David Broman

13:45

Oleh Lukianykhin and Tetiana Bogodorova:
ModelicaGym: Applying Reinforcement Learning to Modelica Models

14:15

Joachim Haase:
Parametrization of Resistive Crossbar Arrays for Vector Matrix Multiplication

14:45

Pablo Zimmermann, Joaquín Fernandez and Ernesto Kofman:
Set-Based Graph Methods for Fast Equation Sorting in Large DAE Systems

15:15

Coffee Break

Session 4: Modelling and Simulation
Chair: Francesco Casella

16:00

Andrea Neumayr and Martin Otter:
Collision Handling with Elastic Response Calculation and Zero-Crossing Functions

16:30

Herbert Schmidt and Silvia Hacia:
Magnetic Force from Experiment, Equation- and Geometry-based Calculation using the Example of a Switching Magnet

17:00

Dirk Zimmer:
Are Differential-Algebraic Equations the Right Tool for the Object-Oriented Modeling of Physical Systems? (WiP)

17:20

Final Discussion

17:40

End of Workshop