The group brings together researchers and developers working on CPS in the medical domain, such as medical device interoperability, high-confidence development of medical devices, medical robotics, etc. Several large-scale projects in the medical CPS domain have been funded by both NSF and NIH. The group will host discussions that go beyond the scope of any individual projects, planning future projects, and general exchange of ideas. The group is open to all researchers who are involved in medical CPS research or are interested in learning more about it.
Design, analysis and verification of complex cyber-physical systems using heterogeneous modeling formalisms.
The mission of this online community of CPS architectures is to share research results on using cyber-physical system architectures to support design, analysis and verification of complex cyber-physical systems using heterogeneous modeling formalisms.
Re-examines the fundamentals of composition in heterogeneous systems.
Our mission is to provide reports, presentations and a science-based predictable tool suite to the Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) community related to our work in developing a new Science of Integration for CPS. This new science re-examines the fundamentals of composition in heterogeneous systems, develops foundations and tools for system integration and validates the results in experiments using automotive and avionics System-of-Systems experimental platforms.
This call for position papers invites you to submit a position paper for an NSF, NIST, and USCAR sponsored group on Developing Dependable and Secure Embedded Systems from Components. The goal of this group is to address emerging challenges relative to reliability, availability, safety, and security attributes of software-intensive electronic automotive control systems. An example of such a system would be a self-driving vehicle that must adapt in order to navigate safely and efficiently through traffic in the presence of intersections, pedestrians and other traffic.
Workshop for Developing Dependable Automotive Cyber-Physical Systems from Components The goal of this workshop, a follow-on to previous workshops on Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), is to continue to define and refine the technology needs and gaps for deeply-embedded software-intensive electronic control systems that interact deeply with the physical world in ways that have stringent reliability, availability, and safety requirements
This site is used for organizing and publicizing the 2nd National CPS PI Meeting
The CPS Principal Investigator Meeting provides a forum for a wide range of stakeholders in academia, industry and federal agencies to review new developments in CPS foundations, to identify new, emerging applications, and to discuss technology gaps and barriers. The program of the meeting includes presentations about projects funded by NSF and other agencies, panels and discussion groups.