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 Aerospace, Automotive, & Mechanics (AAM)
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 Bionano Systems (BNS)
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 Green Civil, Environment, & Transportation (CET)
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 Cyber Physical Systems (CPS)
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 Energy & Environmental Technologies (EET)
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 Global Smart Grid (GSG)
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 Food, Health & Pharmaceuticals (FHP)
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 Information, Communications, & Network (ICN)
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 Nano Science & Technology (NST)
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 Pure & Applied Science (PAS)

US Air Force AFOSR/AOARD Workshops

 Nanostructured Materials & Nanoelectronics

Women in Science Engineering

 WISE Forum

Young Generation and Professional

 YGPF Forum

UKC 2010 - Call for Papers - CPS

>> Cyber Physical Systems Symposium <<

Conference Date: August 12-15 (Thu-Sun), 2010
Venue: Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Bellevue, Washington, USA
Extended One-Page Abstract Due: April 30, 2010
Notification to Authors: April 30, 2010
Final One-Page Abstract: Due: May 31, 2010

OBJECTIVE AND TOPICS

This new symposium will address emergent notions of cyber-physical systems—systems in which the `cyber’ aspects (computing, communications and controls) interact closely with the physical and biological world. Traditional notions of cyber and physical systems have been computer-mediated control systems. New cyber systems will perform sophisticated sensing, computing and decision functions that go far beyond simply closing dedicated feedback control loops.

These will be sophisticated embedded systems exhibiting a seamless, fully synergistic integration of sensing, computation, and control with bio-physical devices and processes. New theory and methods for design of such systems are needed that are cognizant of their interactions - cyber engineers must translate requirements for the physical systems, such as stability, into computational requirements onto performance, power consumption onto cyber devices. On the other hand, new control, communications and signal processing theories are needed for integrated bio and nano substrates and platforms that incorporate bio-physical complexity and modes.

The potential application areas of interest include but are not limited to

  • Large scale bio-physical-chemical sensor networks (environmental monitoring, engineered healthcare)
  • Emergent Vehicular Networks (aerial, terrestrial, underwater)
  • Smart Energy Grid
  • The underlying scientific research themes of interests include, but are not limited to,

  • Distributed sensing, communications, computation and control
  • Modeling across heterogeneity and scales
  • Robustness, Adaptation and Reconfiguration
  • Hardware architecture, Physical interfaces and Integration of embedded devices
  • Software Architecture, Programmability, Testing, Verification for embedded platforms
  • SYMPOSIUM CO-CHAIRS

  • Symposium Chair: Sumit Roy (roy@ee.washington.edu, Univ. of Washington, USA )
    1. support from Taek Jin Kwon (tkwon@research.telcordia.com), Telcordia, USA)
  • Symposium Co-chair: Chang-gun Lee (cglee@snu.ac.kr, SNU, Korea)