Stephan Baumgart, Industrial Doctoral Student

Stephan Baumgart is an industrial Ph.D. student at Volvo Construction Equipment AB,Sweden in Eskilstuna. Stephan has studied Information Technology at Humboldt University in Berlin and received his informatics diploma (Dipl. Inf.) in 2008. He has been working at AUDI AG and Volkswagen AG in Germany before moving to Sweden in 2010. Stephan has been working at Volvo Construction Equipment since then and is now working in the E&E Architecture department where he is also involved in the European Artemis funded SafeCer project. Stephans main research interest is working on methods and processes which support efficient functional safety certification in the context of product lines.

  • Functional Safety
  • Software Product Lines
  • Model-based development

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Latest publications:

Can STPA be used for a System-of-Systems? Experiences from an Automated Quarry Site (Oct 2018)
Stephan Baumgart, Joakim Fröberg , Sasikumar Punnekkat
2018 IEEE International Symposium on Systems Engineering (ISSE2018)

Safe and efficient fleet operation for autonomous machines: an actor-based approach (Apr 2018)
Ali Jafari, Jayasoorya Jayanthi Surendran Nair , Stephan Baumgart, Marjan Sirjani
33rd Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC'18)

Analyzing Hazards in System-of-Systems: Described in a Quarry Site Automation Context (Apr 2017)
Stephan Baumgart, Joakim Fröberg , Sasikumar Punnekkat
11th Annual IEEE International Systems conference (SysCon17)

Functional Safety in Product Lines - A Systematic Mapping Study (Sep 2016)
Stephan Baumgart, Joakim Fröberg
42nd Euromicro Conference series on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA 2016)

Incorporating Functional Safety in Model-based Development of Product Lines (Apr 2016)
Stephan Baumgart

Enhancing Model-Based Engineering of Product Lines by Adding Functional Safety (Oct 2015)
Stephan Baumgart, Joakim Fröberg , Sasikumar Punnekkat
International Workshop on Modelling in Automotive Software Engineering (MASE'15)