ZINC 2021 / ECBS 2021 Conference Program

Time Main ECBS ZINC A ZINC B

Wednesday, May 26

08:30-09:00 ECBS 1: Software Engineering ECBS 2: Modelling and Analysis    
09:00-10:20 ZINC 1: Artificial Intelligence and Big Data ZINC 2: Internet of Things
10:20-10:30    
10:30-11:50 K1: Opening & Keynote 1      
12:00-13:00 Panel 1: Autonomous driving - all the promises and failures      
13:00-13:40   ECBS 3: Industry and Autonomous Systems    
13:40-15:00 ZINC 3: Automotive solutions    
15:10-16:30 ZINC 4: Solutions based on hardware ECBS 4: Short Papers ZINC 5: Technology and humans  
16:40-17:40 K2: Keynote 2      
17:50-18:50 Panel 2: Digitizing consumers - dangers of social media, fake news and censorship - can we now go back?      

Thursday, May 27

08:30-09:50 ZINC 6: Consumer Software and Applications ECBS 5: Embedded Systems and Networking ZINC 7: Artificial Intelligence and Big Data  
09:50-10:00      
10:00-11:00 Panel 3: Securing Industry 4.0+ - trends and caveats      
11:10-12:10 Panel 4: Success stories from consumer technology - helping and saving lives      
12:20-13:20 K3: Keynote 3      
14:00-15:00 Panel 5: Digitizing and connecting the world with IoT and 5G - is this really a must? ECBS 6: Poster session ZINC PS: Poster session  
15:10-16:30 ZINC 8: Image and video processing   ZINC 9: Enabling technologies  
16:40-17:40 K4: Keynote 4      
17:50-18:50 Panel 6: Overcoming healthcare challenges by means of technology - can we prevent future pandemics?      
19:00-20:00 Panel 7: Consumer technology, a controversy around planned obsolescence and environmental concerns      
20:00-20:15 Closing: Until the next time      

Wednesday, May 26 8:30 - 10:30

ECBS 1: Software Engineering

Room: Main
Chair: Sladic Goran (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
Improving Critical Infrastructure Protection by Enhancing Software Acquisition Process Through Blockchain
Jelena Marjanović, Nikola Dalčeković and Goran Sladić
Smart Contract and Blockchain Based Contract Management System
Svetislav Simić, Marko Marković and Stevan Gostojić
Survey of Learning Environments for Software Testing Education
Tamara Zivkovic and Miodrag Zivkovic
Feature Selection by Firefly Algorithm with Improved Initialization Strategy
Timea Bezdan, Dusan Cvetnic, Luka Gajic, Miodrag Zivkovic, Ivana Strumberger and Nebojsa Bacanin

ECBS 2: Modelling and Analysis

Room: ECBS
Chair: Miroslav Popovic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Modeling and Verifying Producer-Consumer Communication in Kafka Using CSP
Junya Xu, Jiaqi Yin, Huibiao Zhu and Lili Xiao
PSTM Transaction Scheduler Verification Based on CSP and Testing
Miroslav Popovic, Marko Popovic, Branislav Kordic and Huibiao Zhu
From UML Modeling to UPPAAL Model checking of 5G Dynamic Service Orchestration
Ashalatha Kunnappilly, Peter Backeman and Cristina Seceleanu
On Sustainability for Offset Based Response-Time Analysis
Jukka Mäki-Turja, Kaj Hänninen and Mikael Sjödin

Wednesday, May 26 9:00 - 10:20

ZINC 1: Artificial Intelligence and Big Data

Room: ZINC A
Chair: Milena Vujošević Janičić (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mathematics, Serbia)
Unsupervised gender prediction based on deep facial features
Vi Mai Tuong (Ho Chi Minh City Open University, Vietnam); Dat Le Thanh (FPT University, Vietnam); Vinh Truong Hoang and Tram-Anh Nguyen-Thi (Ho Chi Minh City Open University, Vietnam)
Current Best Opposition-Based Learning Salp Swarm Algorithm for Global Numerical Optimization
Timea Bezdan, Aleksandar Petrovic, Miodrag Zivkovic and Ivana Strumberger (Singidunum University, Serbia); V Kanchana Devi (VIT University, India); Nebojsa Bacanin (Singidunum University, Serbia)
Recyclable Waste Classification Using Computer Vision And Deep Learning
Nadish Ramsurrun (University of Technology Mauritius, Mauritius); Geerish Suddul ((UTM) University of Technology, Mauritius); Sandhya Armoogum and Ravi Foogooa (University of Technology Mauritius, Mauritius)
An Inexpensive Design of Agent's Behavior During a „Picking Task" in a Simulated 2-D Virtual Game-Like Environment
Vladimir Petrović (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Recognition of maximal speed limit traffic signs for use in advanced ADAS algorithms
Barbara Strišković (Institute RT-RK Osijek LLC for Information Technology, Croatia); Mario Vranjes (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, Croatia); Denis Vranješ (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osije, Croatia); Miroslav Popovic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

ZINC 2: Internet of Things

Room: ZINC B
Chair: Marijan Herceg (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Croatia)
Establishing a secure connection between an IoT module for Smart Agriculture via the Amazon Cloud
Divesh Gokhool and Sandhya Armoogum (University of Technology Mauritius, Mauritius); Geerish Suddul ((UTM) University of Technology, Mauritius); Ravi Foogooa (University of Technology Mauritius, Mauritius)
Implementation of LEACH routing protocol using WiFi
Pavle Lakić, Mihajlo Karličić and Vladimir Rajovic (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Dedicated software agents in smart home system - Smarts
Vladimir Ilija Spasojević (Faculty of Technical Sciences & OBLO Living, Serbia); Istvan Papp (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Beyond Industry 4.0: Leveraging AI-powered Anomalous Sound Detection for Smart Maintenance
Bojan Mrazovac (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia & NTT Data, Romania); Virgil Ilian (NTT Data Romania S.A., Romania); Mihai Hulea (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca & NTT Data Romania, Romania)
Secured by hardware client-server communication based on NB-IoT technology
Dušan Bortnik, Vladimir Nikić, Milan Lukic and Ivan Mezei (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

Wednesday, May 26 10:30 - 11:50

K1: Opening & Keynote 1

Large Scale Real-time Distributed Systems: Resource Allocation and Scheduling Issues
Prof. Dr. Helen Karatza (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)
Room: Main
Chairs: Marija Antic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia), Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia), Miroslav Popovic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

Due to the advances in networks and computing systems, many aspects of our daily life depend on distributed interconnected computing resources. Large scale distributed systems offer computational services to scientists, consumers and enterprises. Efficient management of distributed resources is crucial to use effectively the power of these systems and achieve good performance. Large scale distributed systems are usually real-time as they are used for serving applications which require real-time processing. It is essential that appropriate resource allocation and scheduling techniques are utilized ensuring timeliness. Cloud computing, as a large scale distributed computing paradigm based on a pay-as-you-go pricing model, has been extensively used for the deployment of complex computationally intensive applications. Particularly important in cloud computing is to run delay-sensitive applications. This can be achieved due to cloud's high-performance computing capabilities for real-time execution. However, approaches to resolve other issues such as cost and energy conservation are necessary. The last years there is an expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT). There is a plethora of IoT applications which generate huge amounts of data and it is important to process these data in real-time and provide fast decisions. As a result, fog computing has been emerged as a computing model which extends the cloud to the edge of the network, thus reducing the latency of IoT data transmission. The computational capacity of fog resources is usually limited, therefore it is necessary to employ algorithms that involve the collaboration between the cloud and fog servers. Consequently, appropriate scheduling of time-sensitive applications is required to exploit the capacity of cloud and fog computing so that the deadlines are met. In this keynote we will present and discuss various aspects of large scale real-time distributed systems, from the perspective of resource allocation and scheduling and we will conclude with future directions in this research area.

Wednesday, May 26 12:00 - 13:00

Panel 1: Autonomous driving - all the promises and failures

Room: Main
Chair: Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Autonomous driving - all the promises and failures
Christian Schlaeffer (SAIC TTTech Auto Technology, China); Joerg Zimmer (Blackberry QNX, Germany); Hans Tschürtz (FH Campus Wien - University of Applied Sciences Vienna, Austria); Vuk Bogdanović (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Christoph Herzog (Elektrobit, Germany); Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
The Safety Dilemmas of Autonomous Driving
Hans Tschürtz (FH Campus Wien - University of Applied Sciences Vienna, Austria); Andreas Gerstinger (FH Campus Wien - University of Applied Sciences, Vienna, Austria)

Wednesday, May 26 13:00 - 15:00

ECBS 3: Industry and Autonomous Systems

Room: ECBS
Chairs: Daniel Espen (Fraunhofer IESE, Germany), Frank Schnicke (Fraunhofer IESE & Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany)
Architecture Blueprint Enabling Distributed Digital Twins
Frank Schnicke, Daniel Espen, Pablo Oliveira Antonino and Thomas Kuhn
Enabling Industry 4.0 Communication Protocol Interoperability:An OPC UA Case Study
Subash Kannoth, Frank Schnicke and Pablo Oliveira Antonino
Supporting Autonomous Vehicle Applications on the Heterogeneous System Architecture
Nandinbaatar Tsog, Marielle Gallardo, Sweta Chakraborty, Torbjörn Martinson, Alexandra Hengl, Magnus Moberg, Adem Sen, Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, Shahina Begum, Moris Behnam, Mikael Sjödin and Saad Mubeen
An overview of the challenges for developing software within the field of autonomous vehicles
Pavle Dakić and Miodrag Živković

Wednesday, May 26 13:40 - 15:00

ZINC 3: Automotive solutions

Room: Main
Chair: Chih-Peng Fan (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)
Evaluation of Ethernet Subsystem for Domain Controller in Autonomous Vehicles
Dušan Kenjić (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Marija Antic and Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Partial software update on the AURIX TC397 platform
Marijan Herceg (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Croatia); Barbara Matijević (RT-RK Institute for Information Technology Osijek, Croatia); Milena Milošević (Faculty of Technical Sciences Novi Sad, Serbia); Nenad Cetic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Program memory optimization for automatically generated tests for AUTOSAR RTE
Kristijan Vlašiček (Institute RT-RK Osijek LLC for Information Technology, Croatia); Ivan Vidović (Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia); Nikola Teslic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Nenad Pekez (Facutly of Technical Sciences & RT-RK, Serbia)
Modeling and Implementation of an Adaptive Vehicle Light Management System
Ante Rados (Institute RT-RK Osijek LCC for Information Technology, Croatia); Zdravko Krpić (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, Croatia); Vladimir Marinkovic (Faculty of Technical Sciences at University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Nemanja Lukic (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
One Solution of Memory Communication within Camera Framework
Mila Kotur (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Nemanja Lukic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Momcilo Krunic (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia); Stefan Pijetlovic (Faculty of Technical Sciences & RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia)

Wednesday, May 26 15:10 - 16:30

ECBS 4: Short Papers

Room: ECBS
Chair: Moshe Goldstein (Lev Academic Center - Jerusalem College of Technology, Israel)
Thou Shalt Not Move - A Visibility-based Emergency Stop System for Smart Industries
Gabriele Capannini, Jan Carlson and Roger Mellander
File Spooler and Copy System for Fast Data Transfer
Alice Şuiu, Mihai Carabaş, Sergiu Weisz, Costin Grigoras and Nicolae Tapus
Implementing the Hammock-EFL Methodology for Project Management and Parallel Programming
Moshe Goldstein, Oren Eliezer and David Dayan
Success Factors of Distributed Software Development Project in Israel
Meir Hahami and David Raz

ZINC 4: Solutions based on hardware

Room: Main
Chair: Nebojsa Pjevalica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
A systematic approach for designing battery management system for embedded applications
Haris M Turkmanović (University of Belgrade, Serbia); Ivan Popovic (School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Analysis of a Transistor Count Optimized Charge Pump for Telecommunication Application
Payali Das (IIT Delhi, India); Alak Majumder (NIT Arunachal Pradesh, India)
Face Detection in Images Using an FPGA
Marijan Herceg (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Croatia); Marko Živković (RT-RK Institute for Information Technology Osijek, Croatia); Nebojsa Pjevalica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Miloš Subotić (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia)
Noise Pollution Measurement System - Implementation and Perspectives
Andreja Naumoski (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje & Faculty of Computer Science and Enigneering, Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of); Oncho Meshkov (Faculty of Computer Science & Engineering, Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of)
A Highly Scalable Instruction Scheduler Design based on CPU Stall Elimination
Alparslan Sari (University of Delaware, USA); Ismail Butun (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)

ZINC 5: Technology and humans

Room: ZINC A
Chair: Marija Punt (University of Belgrade, School of Electrical Engineering, Serbia)
Acceptability and 5G in the Medical Field: The Impact of the Level of Information
Nicolas Martin, Martin Ragot and Vincent Savaux (B-COM, France)
Female Digital Entrepreneurship and the Development of Digital Entrepreneurial Competences in the Republic of Serbia
Milutin Dobrilović (University of Belgrade Faculty of Economics, Serbia); Milena P. Ilić (University Business Academy in Novi Sad, Faculty of Contemporary Arts Belgrade & Information Technology School Belgrade, Serbia); Aleksandra Hadžić (Information Technology School ITS - Belgrade, Serbia); Nevenka Popović Šević (University Business Academy in Novi Sad, Faculty of Contemporary Arts Belgrade, Serbia)
A Study of Port Passenger Journey
Sotiris Papantonopoulos (Democritus University of Thrace)
Analysis of Financial Service Locations in Kumanovo, North Macedonia
Andreja Naumoski (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje & Faculty of Computer Science and Enigneering, Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of); Darko Filipovski (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje & Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of)
Current Status and Future Implementation of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the Retail Business
George Papageorgiou (European University Cyprus, Cyprus); Stelios Marneros (European University Cyprus & Hospitality and Hotel Management, Cyprus); Andreas Efstathiades (European University Cyprus, Cyprus)

Wednesday, May 26 16:40 - 17:40

K2: Keynote 2

Scheduling Problems in Distributed Transactional Memory
Dr. Costas Busch (Augusta University, Georgia, USA)
Room: Main
Chair: Miroslav Popovic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

Transactional memory is a prominent synchronization mechanism for shared memory multiprocessors. Access to critical sections of programs is accomplished with atomic transactions of memory accesses. The transactions are inherently deadlock-free and alleviate drawbacks of classic lock-based synchronization (i.e. deadlocks). Transactional memory has been implemented in modern CPUs and programming languages. In this talk, we consider the distributed shared memory setting where processor nodes are connected through a communication network. We consider the data flow model in which the transactions access shared memory objects that move from node to node through paths in the network. We study transaction execution scheduling problems which determine the movements of the shared objects so that transactions execute when their requested objects are fetched. We present scheduling algorithms with efficient execution time and communication cost. First, we observe that there are hard problem instances where the execution time and communication cost cannot be minimized simultaneously. We then provide efficient schedules for the execution time in specialized graphs that are useful in practical scenarios such as: Clique, Line, Grid, Cluster, Hypercube, Butterfly, and Star. In most of these cases, when individual transactions request k objects, we obtain solutions that approximate the execution time within an O(k) factor from optimal, yielding near-optimal solutions for constant k. The communication cost is also low since the objects follow near-optimal paths in the network. We discuss how to adapt the offline performance analysis to the online (dynamic) execution setting where transactions are generated continuously over time.

Wednesday, May 26 17:50 - 18:50

Panel 2: Digitizing consumers - dangers of social media, fake news and censorship - can we now go back?

Room: Main
Chair: Tom G B Wilson (Concured Ltd, Canada)
Digitizing consumers - dangers of social media, fake news and censorship - can we now go back?
Tom G B Wilson (Concured Ltd, UK); Danijela Lalic (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Ana Brzakovic (Ana Brzakovic Marketing Agency, Serbia); Nir Kshetri (University of North Carolina--Greensboro & Kobe University, USA); Jelena Kanjuh (Digital Circle, Serbia); Julie Ricard (Mozilla Foundation, USA)

Thursday, May 27 8:30 - 10:00

ECBS 5: Embedded Systems and Networking

Room: ECBS
Chair: Ondrej Rysavy (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic)
Multi-constrained Network Occupancy Optimization
Amar Halilovic, Nedim Zaimovic, Hamid Feyzmahdavian and Tiberiu Seceleanu
A Network Traffic Processing Library for ICS Anomaly Detection
Ondřej Ryšavý and Petr Matoušek
Smart Body Sensor Network for Logging of Activities of Daily Living
Igor Vurdelja, Elena Vučeljić, Jelena Medarević, Marko Marković, Milica Janković and Zaharije Radivojević

Thursday, May 27 8:30 - 9:50

ZINC 6: Consumer Software and Applications

Room: Main
Chair: Milan Vidakovic (University of Novi Sad - Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
Quality of Service monitoring technique for consumer applications in motion
Nikola Tosic (RT-RK Institute for Computer-Based Systems, Serbia); Istvan Papp (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Milan Pasic (RT-RK Institute for Computer-Based Systems, Serbia); Krsto Lazic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
Improvement of the diagnostic tool for visual representation of vehicle signals
Andrej Kaprocki (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Zvonimir Kaprocki (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia); Milena Milošević (Faculty of Technical Sciences Novi Sad, Serbia)
AutoCheck: A Tool For Checking Compliance With Automotive Coding Standards
Milena Vujošević Janičić (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mathematics, Serbia); Ognjen Plavšić, Mirko Brkušanin and Petar Jovanović (Syrmia LLC, Serbia)
Design and development of simulator software for formation flight of drones
Gokul Raj (PES University, India); Manikandan J (PES University (PESU), India)
A Market Research Approach to Developing Smartphone Apps; the case of "Active Mobility"
George Papageorgiou, Antonia Christodoulaki and Andreas Efstathiades (European University Cyprus, Cyprus)

ZINC 7: Artificial Intelligence and Big Data

Room: ZINC A
Chair: Marija Antic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Proximal Policy Based Deep Reinforcement Learning Approach for Swarm Robots
Ziya Tan (Turkey); Mehmet Karakose (Firat University, Turkey)
Optimizing Convolutional Neural Network by Hybridized Elephant Herding Optimization Algorithm for Magnetic Resonance Image Classification of Glioma Brain Tumor Grade
Timea Bezdan and Stefan Milosevic (Singidunum University, Serbia); Venkatachalam K. (School of Computer Science and Engineering, VIT University, India); Miodrag Zivkovic, Nebojsa Bacanin and Ivana Strumberger (Singidunum University, Serbia)
Evaluation of fleet management data collection backend using Cassandra database
Nikolina Bodiroga and Marija Antic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Petar Zečević (RT-RK LLC & University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Prediction of mobile network QoS on the go for in-vehicle infotainment usage
Slobodan R. Kostic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Nikola Tosic (RT-RK Institute for Computer-Based Systems, Serbia); Branimir Kovacevic (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia)
Mining Consumer Services Based on User Preference with Associative and Process Mining
Mohd Anuaruddin Bin Ahmadon and Shingo Yamaguchi (Yamaguchi University, Japan)

Thursday, May 27 10:00 - 11:00

Panel 3: Securing Industry 4.0+ - trends and caveats

Room: Main
Chair: Bojan Mrazovac (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia & NTT Data, Romania)
Securing Industry 4.0+ - trends and caveats
Bojan Mrazovac (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia & NTT Data, Romania); Ezendu Ifeanyi Ariwa (University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Dan Stan (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania); Anand Deshpande (Asquared IoT, India); Miguel Ángel Mancheño (Everis, Spain)

Thursday, May 27 11:10 - 12:10

Panel 4: Success stories from consumer technology - helping and saving lives

Room: Main
Chair: Alessandro Tonacci (Institute of Clinical Physiology (IFC) National Research Council of Italy (CNR), Italy)
Success stories from consumer technology - helping and saving lives
Alessandro Tonacci and Lucia Billeci (Institute of Clinical Physiology (IFC) National Research Council of Italy (CNR), Italy); Athanasios Kakarountas (University of Thessaly, Greece); Patricia Gamboa (Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal); Jesús Lozano (University of Extremadura, Spain)

Thursday, May 27 12:20 - 13:20

K3: Keynote 3

Type Systems for Trustworthiness - from Mathematics to Large-Scale Systems
Prof. Dr. Silvia Ghilezan (University of Novi Sad and Mathematical Institute SANU, Serbia)
Room: Main
Chair: Miodrag Djukic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)

Fast developments of information technologies with rapidly emerging new disciplines and their application in all segments of life and society permanently urge for the development of foundational aspects based on solid theoretical concepts. Early work on the foundations of mathematics, George Cantor's Naïve set theory was fostering paradoxes which were singled out by Bertrand Russell: Does the set of sets not containing themself contain itself? Or not? At the beginning of the XX century, Type theory was a way out of these paradoxes preventing the expression "set does not contain itself" to be a valid predicate anymore, since sets and their elements belong to different types. To this end, type theory has provided trustworthiness to logic and foundations of mathematics. The Curry-Howard correspondence is a deep result that connects logic and computation wherein mathematical proofs coincide with computer programs and formulae with types. With this respect, types have gained an important role in the analysis of formal systems. A type system splits elements (terms, programs) of a language, into sets, called types, and proves absence of certain undesired behaviors. In programming languages, types represent a well-established technique to ensure program correctness. Accordingly, types have provided trustworthiness to foundations of programming languages. Nowadays, there is a plethora of type systems in logic, programming languages, distributed and large scale systems which establish trustworthiness of the particular framework. In this talk, we present some significant type systems - functional types, behavioural types, linked data types - along with their properties such as type safety, liveness, deadlock freedom and discuss their role for ensuring trustworthiness.

Thursday, May 27 14:00 - 15:00

ECBS 6: Poster session

Room: ECBS
Chair: Cristina Seceleanu (Mälardalen University, Sweden)
Assured Cloud Platforms for Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems: The ACICS Approach
Cristina Seceleanu, Eduard Paul Enoiu, Jan Carlson, Kristina Lundqvist, Séverine Sentilles, Moris Behnam and Gabriele Capannini
Towards Automatic Application Fingerprinting Using Performance Monitoring Counters
Shamoona Imtiaz, Jakob Danielsson, Moris Behnam, Gabriele Capannini, Jan Carlson and Marcus Jägemar
Smart Indoor Greenhouse
Ján Nemčík, Edvin Mako and Tibor Krajčovič
Building air quality monitoring IoT platform
Jakub Dubec and Tibor Krajčovič

Panel 5: Digitizing and connecting the world with IoT and 5G - is this really a must?

Room: Main
Chair: Istvan Papp (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Digitizing and connecting the world with IoT and 5G - is this really a must?
Istvan Papp and Marija Antic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Dragan Samardzija (Bell Labs, Nokia, USA); Snjezana Rimac-Drlje (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek & Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia); Fabio Vignoli (Color Kinetics - Philips Lighting, USA)

ZINC PS: Poster session

Room: ZINC A
Chair: Mario Vranjes (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, Croatia)
A prototype of a system for detecting G force in an automobile, based on two ESP32's
Ivan Gutai (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Platon Sovilj (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Marina Subotin (Faculty of Technical Sciences Novi Sad, Serbia); Đorđe Novaković (Faculty of Tecnical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Ňemanja Gazivoda (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Bojan Vujičić (Faculty of Tecnical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Implementation of different image edge detection algorithms on a real embedded ADAS platform
Marijan Herceg (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Croatia); Dario Ćorić (RT-RK Institute for Information Technology Osijek, Croatia); Ivan Kastelan (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Nebojsa Pjevalica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Camera and LiDAR Sensor Fusion for 3D Object Tracking in a Collision Avoidance System
Mila Kotur (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Nemanja Lukic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Momcilo Krunic (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia); Željko Lukač (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Case Study: A tool for classification of system model parameters
Nikola Hlavsa (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Croatia); Ivan Vidović (Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia); Miodrag Djukic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Nenad Cetic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Linux container solution for running Android applications on an automotive platform
Srdjan Usorac (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Bogdan Pavkovic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
Reducing RAM footprint of the generated tests for AUTOSAR RTE
Ante Bartulovic (Institute RT-RK Osijek LCC for Information Technology, Croatia); Zdravko Krpić (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, Croatia); Nikola Teslic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Miloš Subotić (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia)

Thursday, May 27 15:10 - 16:30

ZINC 8: Image and video processing

Room: Main
Chair: Shingo Yamaguchi (Yamaguchi University, Japan)
ADAS algorithm for creating a wider view of the enviroment with a blind spot display for the driver
Josip Kundid (Institute RT-RK Osijek LLC for Information Technology, Croatia); Mario Vranjes (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, Croatia); Željko Lukač (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Miroslav Popovic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Detecting Obstacle Within the Driving Lane and Vehicle Speed Adjustment
Srđan Ljepić (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Croatia); Ratko Grbić (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Enginneering, Croatia); Jelena Kovačević (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Momcilo Krunic (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia)
Camera deflection detection and image correction for applications in ADAS algorithms
Željko Sabo (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Croatia); Ratko Grbić (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Enginneering, Croatia); Vladimir Marinkovic (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems); Miodrag Djukic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
Hidden Sadness Detection: Differences between Men and Women
Ana Vesic, Andrej Micovic, Vuk Ignjatovic, Sava Lakicevic, Milica Colovic, Miodrag Zivkovic and Marina Marjanovic Jakovljevic (Singidunum University, Serbia)
Finding empty volumes inside 3D models of storage furniture
Mateja Hržica (FERIT Osijek, Croatia); Petra Đurović (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek, Croatia); Matej Džijan (FERIT Osijek, Croatia); Robert Cupec (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, Croatia)

ZINC 9: Enabling technologies

Room: ZINC A
Chair: Ismail Butun (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
A Robust Stability Approach for Current-Controlled Grid-Connected Inverters Using PCC Voltage Feedforward Method
Ali Akhavan, Juan Vasquez and Josep M. Guerrero (Aalborg University, Denmark)
Testing of Model Verifier within Software Development in Automotive Industry
Bruno Kapular (Institute RT-RK Osijek LLC for Information Technology, Croatia); Mario Vranjes (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, Croatia); Ivan Kastelan (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Jelena Kovacevic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
A tool for executable code complexity visualization
Ana Udovičić (RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Croatia); Ratko Grbić (University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Enginneering, Croatia); Dragan Samardzija (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences); Istvan Papp (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
One Solution for Deterministic Scheduling on GPU for Automotive Algorithms
Dušan Kenjić (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Milena Milošević (Faculty of Technical Sciences Novi Sad, Serbia); Marija Antic and Nikola Teslic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Designing a Distributed Multi-agent System for Compiler Optimization
Alparslan Sari (University of Delaware, USA); Cagri Sahin (Gazi University, Turkey); Ismail Butun (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)

Thursday, May 27 16:40 - 17:40

K4: Keynote 4

My Big, Fat, Safe Software Stack: Functional Safety for Complex Software for Next-Generation Vehicles
Prof. Dr. Milan Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Room: Main
Chair: Ivan Kastelan (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)

I used to be enthusiastic about software. I liked clever, modular architectures; design patterns made for extensibility; virtualized, multi-application runtimes; seamless software updates; reusability in the harsh hardware-accelerated environments. And then, I was summoned to the automotive arena, which was in a desperate need for a centralized processing, artificial intelligence algorithms, service-oriented architectures and a fat software stack for the next-generation vehicles. It seemed like a dream job… at first. Only until I realized that to keep a promise I now need to adhere to the harsh world of reliability, safety and processes. This is a story of my software stack and me travelling, unscathed, following the challenging functional safety and reliability trail.

Thursday, May 27 17:50 - 18:50

Panel 6: Overcoming healthcare challenges by means of technology - can we prevent future pandemics?

Room: Main
Chairs: Saraju P Mohanty (University of North Texas, USA), Kousik Ramasubramaniam Sankar (Svasthiya Technologies Private Limited, India)
Overcoming healthcare challenges by means of technology - can we prevent future pandemics?
Saraju P Mohanty (University of North Texas, USA); Kousik Ramasubramaniam Sankar (Svasthiya Technologies Private Limited, India); Reinhard Moeller (University of Wuppertal, Germany); Himanshu Thapliyal (University of Kentucky, USA); Madhavi Ganapathiraju (University of Pittsburgh, USA)

Thursday, May 27 19:00 - 20:00

Panel 7: Consumer technology, a controversy around planned obsolescence and environmental concerns

Room: Main
Chair: Petar Maric (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)
Consumer technology, a controversy around planned obsolescence and environmental concerns
Kyle Wiens (IFIXIT.COM, USA); Nicolae Dragulanescu (University Polytechnics of Bucharest, Romania); Krsto Lazic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia); Petar Maric (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia)

Thursday, May 27 20:00 - 20:15

Closing: Until the next time

Room: Main
Chairs: Milan Z. Bjelica (University of Novi Sad, Serbia), Miroslav Popovic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

Technical Program Committee

Majida Alasady, University of Tikrit, Iraq
Marija Antic, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Ezendu Ariwa, University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
Shahzad Ashraf, China, China
Maja Baric, , Serbia
Ilija Basicevic, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Francisco Bellido-Outeiriño, University of Córdoba, Spain
Milan Bjelica, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Dejan Bokan, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Concettina Buccella, University of L'Aquila, Italy
Ismail Butun, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Chi-Yuan Chen, National Ilan University, Taiwan
Thomas Coughlin, Coughlin Associates, USA
Nikola Djuric, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Chih-Peng Fan, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
Jose-Maria Flores-Arias, University of Cordoba, Spain
Konstantin Glasman, St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television, Russia
Ratko Grbić, University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Enginneering, Croatia
Eugenie Grinenko, St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television, Russia
Wenlin Han, California State University, Fullerton, USA
Marijan Herceg, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Croatia
Gwo-Jiun Horng, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Ercan Kalali, TU Delft, The Netherlands
Ivan Kastelan, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia
Björn Krüger, Bonn University, Germany
Momcilo Krunic, RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia
Zeljko Lukac, RT-RK Institute for Computer Based Systems, Serbia
Alak Majumder, NIT Arunachal Pradesh, India
Petar Maric, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia
Alessandro Mengarelli, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Andrea Monteriù, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Bojan Mrazovac, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Paolo Napoletano, University of Milan, Bicocca, Italy
Antonio Navarro, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Teodora Novković, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia
Istvan Papp, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Al-Sakib Khan Pathan, Independent University, Bangladesh
Bogdan Pavkovic, RT-RK, Novi Sad, Serbia
Vukota Pekovic, Veriest Venture Serbia DOO, Serbia
Thinagaran Perumal, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Goran Petrovic, BMW Group, Germany
Nebojsa Pjevalica, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Miroslav Popovic, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Marija Punt, University of Belgrade, School of Electrical Engineering, Serbia
Gulistan Raja, University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Pakistan
Xuebin Ren, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
Snjezana Rimac-Drlje, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek, Croatia
Luca Romeo, Universita' Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Sudip Roy, IIT Roorkee, India
Dragan Samardzija, Bell Labs, Nokia, USA
Kousik Sankar, Svasthiya Technologies Private Limited, India
Claudio Savaglio, University of Calabria, Italy
Pierluigi Siano, University of Salerno, Italy
Ioan Tache, University Politehnica Bucuresti, Romania
Ramayah Thurasamy, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
Alessandro Tonacci, Institute of Clinical Physiology (IFC) National Research Council of Italy (CNR), Italy
Andrea Tonello, University of Klagenfurt, Austria
Pang-Wei Tsai, National Central University, Taiwan
Dmitry Vavilov, T-Systems RUS, Russia
Pravin Kumar Venkatesan, Velodyne LiDAR, USA
Milan Vidakovic, University of Novi Sad - Faculty of Technical Sciences, Serbia
Dijana Vladicic, NIT Institute, Serbia
Jelena Vlaovic, J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia
Denis Vranješ, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osije, Croatia
Mario Vranjes, University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, Croatia
Milena Vujošević Janičić, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mathematics, Serbia
Yin-Tien Wang, Tamkang University, Taiwan
Tom Wilson, Concured Ltd, Canada
Shingo Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi University, Japan