Program

Thursday 21 May

Friday 22 May

9.00  Welcome Coffee 9.30 Welcome Coffee
10.00 KEYNOTE
Preserving Software: challenges and opportunities for reproducibility of Science and Technology
Roberto Di Cosmo, Irill (France)
10.00 KEYNOTE
Open-Source Opportunities For The Analysis Of Scientific And Technical Data

Yohan LIVET, CEA/CESTA (France)
11.00

Using Scilab in the Radiation Thermometry Laboratory of Inmetro
Ricardo Sávio Teixeira Moretz Sohn, Instituto Nacional de Metrologia, Qualidade e Tecnologia - Inmetro (Brazil)

10.45 Analysis of Call Detail Records Based on Scilab
Foued Melakessou, University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
11.30

E4Coder on Scilab: State Machines simulation and GUI prototyping for Scilab 5.x
Paolo Gai, Evidence Srl (Italia)

11.15 Utilizing Scilab and Xcos for real-time control and measurement applications
Grzegorz Skiba, Embedded Solutions (Poland)
12.00

Cardiovascular wave analysis module for Scilab
Serge Steer, Inria (France)

11.45 COLD: Boosting your Workflow and Performances with Scilab
Béatrice Creusillet, Silkan (France)
12.30 Lunch Break 12.15 Lunch Break
14.00

Using an Evolutionary Optimization approach to tune a PID controlled robotic arm
Taylor Newill, Noesis Solutions (Belgium)

14.00 Calculating air conditioning costs and savings opportunities
Jean-Pierre Bovée & Louis Blavier, Sanofi (France)
14.30

Material testing and hyperelastic material model curve fitting for Ogden, Polynomial and Yeoh models
Michael Rackl, Technische Universität München (Germany)

14.30 Technical Presentation
Scilab Enterprises (France)
15.00

ZYNQ-7000 High Performance Electric Drive and Silicon Carbide Multilevel inverter with Scilab Hardware-in-the-loop
Giulio Corradi, Xilinx (Germany)

15.00 Conventional and decentralized PID controllers applied to a multivariable aerothermic process
Mustapha Ramzi, LASTIMI Laboratory - University Mohammed V of Rabat (Morocco)
15.30

Break

15.30 Break
16.00

Development of a diagnostic tool for performance analysis during the testing of agricultural implements
Zoltan Gobor, Bavarian State Research Center for Agriculture (Germany)

16.00 SCILAB SINGAPORE CONTEST WINNER
Taxi on the way
Li Kexin, Temasek Polytechnic (Singapore)
16.30

Can programming of multi-core systems be easier, please? The ALMA Approach
Timo Stripf, Karlsruhe Institute of Technologie - KIT (Germany)

16.20

Automotive axial flow fans : modeling and design
Gabriele Milanese, Johnson Electric GATE (Italia)

17.00

Use of Scilab for the Philae landing on comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko
Thierry Martin, Cnes & Romain Garmier, CS-SI (France)

  

All presentations will be delivered in English.

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