Visible to the public 2013 National Workshop on Energy Cyber-Physical Systems

Important Message to Workshop Attendees!

All workshop attendees are required to check in with security on the 1st floor at 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington, Virginia before proceeding to the Waterview Conference Center (located on floors 23 and 24). Each attendee must present a government issued photo ID (i.e., driver’s license, I.D. card, passport, etc). Security will then issue access cards to pass through the turnstiles by the elevators. Enter the elevator and proceed directly to the 24th floor. Access cards will be active for both days of the event, so attendees will not have to get new ones on Day 2.        


The National Science Foundation will hold the 2013 National Workshop on Energy CPS on December 16-17, 2013 at the Waterview Conference Center located at 1919 N. Lynn Street in Arlington, Virginia. This workshop will offer a unique NSF perspective focusing on the blend of the cyber and physical aspects of energy, and will provide inputs from a broader energy-related community including academia, industry and other federal agencies for a long term CPS research agenda. The world of energy has changed significantly since the 2009 NSF Workshop “Research Recommendations for Future Energy Cyber-Physical Systems”.  Renewable sources are more prevalent. Energy from natural gas and other sources are helping to make the U.S. more energy independent, and five years of a research agenda have been completed. The workshop will identify fundamental issues and provide research directions for enabling strategic approaches to achieving future cyber-controlled energy infrastructures, including monitoring, control, and protection solutions.

Please view the workshop announcement/call for papers by clicking the menu tab to the left of this page if you are interested in submitting a paper.


The Program Committee for the NSF 2013 National Workshop on Energy CPS