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Raj Rajkumar (Workshop Chair) is a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. He also holds a courtesy appointment in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon. In addition, he serves as Director, Real-Time and Multimedia Systems Lab; Co-Director, General Motors-Carnegie Mellon Information Technology Collaborative Research Lab and Co-Director, General Motors-Carnegie Mellon Autonomous Driving Collaborative Research Lab.
Advanced autonomous transportation technologies must become robust, affordable and maintainable before safe and wide public adoption. The following research challenges of cyber-physical systems must be overcome before autonomous vehicles become practical:
Central to the operation of cyber-physical systems (CPS) is accurate and reliable knowledge of time, both for meaningfully sensing and controlling the physical world state and for correct, high-performance and energy-efficient orchestration of computing and communication operations. Emerging applications that seek to control agile physical processes or depend on precise knowledge of time to infer location and coordinate communication, make use of time with diverse semantics and dynamic quality requirements.