EE598 – Cyber-Physical Systems Seminar: Description
Cyber-physical systems (CPSs) result from the integration of “cyber” components (computation and/or communication as well as control) with physical processes of different nature to perform functions that cannot be achieved by the cyber and physical parts in isolation. CPSs are an integral part of our lives; examples range from cars, aircraft, and robots, to energy-efficient buildings, computer-monitored and controlled factory lines, and wearable medical devices. CPSs have the potential of radically influencing how we deal with crucial societal problems, from national security and safety, to energy management, infrastructure, transportation, and healthcare. However, supporting the rich interactions that are seen in today’s CPS applications and services or envisioned for tomorrow’s Internet of Things (IoT), “Industry 5.0,” and intelligent autonomous systems, poses significant challenges and calls for new scientific foundations, methods, and tools that can ensure that these systems operate as expected and enhance our lives.
The EE-598 Cyber-Physical Systems seminar offers an interdisciplinary perspective on the emerging science of cyber-physical systems and the Internet of Things as well as their applications. It addresses the mathematics of complex systems in natural and human-made environments, the challenges we need to face to robustly design and operate cyber-physical systems, some of the approaches pursued by the research community to tackle these challenges, and what could further be the research opportunities in this area.
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