26–27 September 2017
Dr. Chandrasekhar Potluri is the Senior Functional Safety Controls Specialist Mercedes-Benz Research and Development North America in Redford, Michigan.
In his role, he is responsible for model based controls, multi-core embedded architecture design, ISO 26262 compliant software development for power electronics and control of electric motors. The department he works is responsible for delivering electric motor controls and power electronics software for the entire Daimler AG hybrid vehicle portfolio.
Dr. Potluri has over 32 publications in the area of real-time resilient control systems, sensor fusion and machine learning. He also holds an appointment as an Affiliate Research Professor in School of Engineering at Idaho State University. The overarching themes in his research include Alternate Vehicle Propulsion Systems, Network Intrusion Detection and Cyber Threat Resilient Automotive Control Systems.
He serves in the technical program committee for the IEEE International Symposium on Resilient Control Systems and the National Workshop on Resilience Research (NWRR) For Critical Infrastructure.