May 23 - 25, 2016
DoubleTree by Hilton Dearborn Detroit, Detroit, MI
Technical Fellow, ECS Lab General Motors
Ramesh S, has been with with General Motors Global R&D in Warren, MI, where he currently holds the position of Technical Fellow and thrust area
lead for model based embedded software. At General Motors, he is responsible for providing technical leadership for
research and development in several areas related to Electronics, Control &
Software processes, methods, and tools.
He has been an active industrial member of the Network for the
Engineering of Complex Software-Intensive Systems for Automotive
Systems (NECSIS), sponsored by the Automotive Partnership Canada.
NECSIS is a research program focusing on making Model Driven Engineering into
a mature industrial engineering methodology. This program pulls together a
large number of academic researchers across Canada and three industrial
partners: General Motors Canada, IBM and Malina Software. As a member of
NECSIS, Ramesh is responsible for monitoring and providing directions, and to facilitate interactions among the partners involved in NECSIS.
Earlier, Ramesh was on the faculty of the Department of Computer Science &
Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB), for more than fifteen years. At IITB, he
played a major role in setting up a National Centre for Formal Design and
Verification of Embedded Software.
His areas of research are Rigorous
Software Engineering, Embedded Systems and Real-Time Systems. He has published
more than 100 papers in International journals and conferences. He has been on
the editorial boards of the International Journal on Real-Time Systems and
Eurasip Journal on Embedded Systems and earlier on IEEE Journal on Embedded
He is a fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering.