PI MEETINGS

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  PI MEETINGS BY YEAR  

2018 NSF 9th Annual CPS PI Meeting
The ninth annual CPS PI meeting took place on Thursday, November 15 - Friday, November 16, 2018 in Alexandria, Virginia at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center Hotel. The Hilton is 6.6 miles from the Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).

2017 NSF 8th Annual CPS PI Meeting
The eighth annual CPS PI Meeting took place on Monday, November 13 and Tuesday, November 14, 2017 in Alexandria, Virginia at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center Hotel. The Hilton is 6.6 miles from the Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).

2016 NSF 7th Annual CPS PI Meeting
The seventh annual CPS PI Meeting took place on Monday, October 31 and Tuesday, November 1, 2016 at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View (RACV) Hotel located in the Crystal City Community of Arlington, Virginia at 2800 South Potomac Avenue, Arlington, Virginia 22202. The RACV is 0.9 miles from the Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).

2015 NSF 6th Annual CPS PI Meeting
The sixth annual CPS PI Meeting was held on Monday, November 16 and Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View (RACV) Hotel in Arlington, Virginia. The annual CPS PI Meeting is a research community forum designed to showcase results and contribute to collective progress. At this year’s CPS PI meeting, we took stock of CPS research and discuss with the community new directions, challenges, and opportunities going forward.

2014 NSF 5th Annual CPS PI Meeting
The fifth annual CPS PI Meeting was held on November 6-7, 2014 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Virginia.  Day two featured three keynotes on the internet of safe things, responsive cities, and internet of agriculture as well as CPS energy, transportation and medical workshop briefings. The workshop briefings were followed by a working lunch with CPS Frontiers presentations. Day three included a plenary session with talks on Industrial Internet Fabric, an academic keynote on aerial robot swarms, and a talk on academic experience in Smart America. The meeting concluded with a government panel on CPS.

2013 NSF 4th Annual CPS PI Meeting
The fourth annual CPS PI Meeting was held on Thursday and Friday, October 17-18, 2013 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel in Arlington, Virginia. The Industry Keynote was given by Ken Gabriel (Motorola) and a special plenary session by Helen Gill (NSF-retired) CPS - the first five years. Other sessions focused on CPS Testbeds in Mobile Robots, Ground Vehicles, Medical Devices, Boeing SWARM, and Industrial Internet. Panels discussed Frontier Projects, Industrial Internet, CPS Security, Diversity in CPS. An exciting innovators forum was moderated by Jonathan Sprinkle on Friday afternoon. The meeting was closed by David Corman (NSF).

2012 NSF 3rd Annual CPS PI Meeting
The third consecutive CPS PI Meeting was held on October 3-5, 2012 at Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. Plenary sessions focused on the Science of CPS, Technology for CPS, and Design & Manufacturing. Day 2 featured parallel sessions on Health & Medical, Energy, and Transportation CPS. The morning of day 3 included a panel on the International CPS Research Agenda and an international conversation on mechanisms for collaboration in CPS. The meeting closed with a session on CPS Education.

2011 NSF 2nd Annual CPS PI Meeting
The second annual CPS-PI Meeting was held on August 1-2, 2011 at the Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. The meeting was opened with a charge from Dr. Helen Gill and Dr. Kishan Baheti. The meeting included sessions on CPS Foundations, Health and Medical CPS, International CPS, Transportation, and Energy. 

2010 NSF 1st Annual CPS PI Meeting
The inaugural Cyber-Physical Systems Principal Investigators’ Meeting was held August 10-12, 2010 as the Westin Arlington Gateway in Arlington, Virginia. The meeting opened with remarks by Thomas Peterson (NSF Assistant Director for Engineering), Ty Znati (NSF Division Director for CNS/CISE), and Robert Trew (NSF Division Director for EECS/ENG). Dr. Helen Gill followed with a Charge from NSF. Keynote presentations were delivered by Chris Geer (OSTP), P. R. Kumar (UIUC), and Curtis Carlson (SRI International).