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Courses and Syllabi

Cyber-Physical System Design (EECS 227)
UC Irvine | Undergraduate course

Cyber-Physical System Fundamentals
TU Dortmund

CPSs: Languages and Systems (CS556)
IIT | Graduate course

Design and Analysis of CPSs (COMP 451)
Rice University | Graduate course **

Introduction to Cyber-Physical Systems (CMPE142)
UC Santa Cruz | Undergraduate course

Logical Foundations of Cyber-Physical Systems
(15-424)

Carnegie Mellon University | Undergraduate and Graduate course | Videos

Master of Engineering Degree Program in Cyber-Physical Systems
Vanderbilt University | Graduate Degree Program

Modeling and Synthesis of Cyber-Physical Systems (EECS 395, 495)
Northwestern University | Undergraduate

Social Sensing and Cyber-Physical Systems (CSE40437/60437)
Notre Dame University | Undergraduate/Graduate course   

 

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Student Competitions, Challenges & Summer Schools

F1/10 Autonomous Racing Grand Prix
The F1/10 Autonomous Racing competition will be held in NYC on Oct 13 - 14, 2019 at Columbia University’s Engineering school. We have a very nice and large space so your cars can go zoom zoom!

2019 CPS Challenge - "No robot left behind!"
The goal of this challenge is to use a quadrotor aircraft with downward facing camera, and possibly other sensors, to scan an area for a lost aircraft, and recover it safely back to base. Winners of the 2018 Challenge have been announced!

2019 CPS Security Summer Camps
Designed for both students and instructors, the goals of the CPS Security Summer Camps are to help participants understand CPS Security, increase diversity and interest in CPS, and improve teaching methods for delivering content in CPS curricula.

2019 Summer School on Cyber Physical Systems at KTH, Stockholm, Sweden
Theme - Trustworthy Highly Autonomous CPS
This CPS Summer School thematically focuses specifically on trustworthy highly autonomous CPS and brings together multiple perspectives to this theme.

CPS&IoT'2019 Summer School on Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet-of-Things
Distinguishing features of this advanced Summer School are that its lectures, demonstrations, and practical hands-on sessions will be given by top European specialists in particular CPS and IoT fields form industry and academia, and will deliver very fresh advanced knowledge.

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Text Books

An Introductory Lab in Embedded and Cyber-Physical Systems
Jeff C. Jenson, Edward A. Lee and Sanjit A. Seshia

Cyber-Physical Systems
Raj Rajkumar, Dionisio de Niz, Mark Klein

Cyber-Physical Systems: A Computational Perspective
Gaddadevara Matt Siddesh, Ganesh Chandra Deka, Krishnarajanagar Goplalyengar Srinivasa, Lalit Mohan Patnaik

Cyber-Physical Systems: Architectures, Protocols and Applications
Chi (Harold) Liu, Yan Zhang

Cyber-Physical Systems: Decision Making Mechanisms and Applications
Kostas Siozios, Dimitrios Soudris, Elias Kosmatopoulos

Cyber-Physical Systems: From Theory to Practice
Danda B. Rawat, Joal J.P.C Rodrigues, Ivan Stojmenovic

Introduction to Embedded Systems: A Cyber-Physical Systems Approach
Edward A. Lee and Sanjit A. Seshia

Logical Foundations of Cyber-Physical Systems
André Platzer

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Software and Tools

CPS Tools and Design Studios
Tool(s), models, and mature research prototypes are made available on the CPS-VO portal in the CPS Tools and Design Studios group. These tools and design studios facilitate modeling, verifications, simulation, analaysis, and other categories of tools that are of prime interest to the community. A Verification Tools Library documents several of the most mature verification tools available to the CPS community.

PhysiCloud
PhysiCloud is a software framework that targets mobile, low-power computing systems. It aims to provide a platform-as-a-service layer so that users may develop control applications on mobile cyber-physical systems, such as networked robotic systems. PhysiCloud is under active development as part of the HyPower project.

Pessoa
Pessoa is a software toolbox, developed at UCLA's CyPhyLab, for the synthesis of correct-by-design embedded control software. It is based on the recent notion of approximate bisimulation that allows one to replace differential equations, describing a physical system, by an equivalent finite-state machine.

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