Lokesh Devaraj is an Early Stage Researcher, designated as an automotive electronics research engineer at Horiba Mira Ltd, UK. As a part of the ETN – PETER ESR3, he will carry out research on the topic “Risk – Based Automotive Electromagnetic Engineering Approach aligned with the ISO26262 Functional Safety Approach”. His final goal is to develop a risk – based unified approach, which will include areas of human safety, functional safety and cyber security within the automotive EMC engineering practice, to provide robustness and resilience to future vehicles. This approach will rely heavily on the integration of computational electromagnetics results in to the risk analysis.
He obtained his Master’s degree in Advanced Optical Technologies at Friedrich–Alexander University Erlangen–Nürnberg. Besides academics, he was also involved in performing optical computations and laboratory experiments at various research institutes namely Fraunhofer IISB, ASML and AOTTP. In year 2017, Lokesh completed his Bachelor’s degree in the major Electronics and Communication Engineering at RMKCET, Tamil Nadu, India.
- System Level Risk Analysis for Immunity in Automotive Functional Safety Analyses, Download
- EMI Risk Estimation for System-Level Functions Using Probabilistic Graphical Models, Published Version
- Electromagnetic Risk Analysis for EMI Impact on Functional Safety With Probabilistic Graphical Models and Fuzzy Logic, Download
- Risk Assessment Approach for EM Resilience in Complex Systems Using Bayesian Networks, Download
- Knowledge-Based Approach for System Level Electromagnetic Safety Analysis, Download
- Comparing Simulated Impact of Single Frequency and Multitone EMI for an Integrated Circuit, (accepted EMC Compo 2021)