Posters and Abstracts

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Visible to the public Pulsar- Wireless Propagation-Aware Clock Synchronization

This poster presents the Pulsar platform, which can achieve better than 5 nanosecond clock synchronization in an indoor environment combining wireless ultra-wideband communication with a chip-scale atomic clock. We discuss the various challenges in synchronization at nanosecond scales then propose and evaluate a proof-of-concept protocol for the same.

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Visible to the public Co-design of Multimodal CPS Architectures and Adaptive Controllers

This project concerns real-time implementations of networked control strategies on distributed embedded systems. Co-design of the implementation platform and control strategies for multiple control applications is addressed. Limited and shared resources among control and non-control applications introduce delays in transmitted messages. Various aspects of these delays are efficiently addressed in this research. Overrun strategies that accommodate variations in the delays have been developed.

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Visible to the public Knowledge-Aware Cyber-Physical Systems

This poster showcases progress on the NSF Knowledge-Aware Cyber-Physical Systems project. We have identified a case study to be used as a stepping stone in the study of Air France Flight 447, and have started using it to understand and show-case the features of the logic under development. It highlights the important distinction between observable and unobservable events, and has led to a better representation of pilot intuition while flying.

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Visible to the public CPS-Synergy-Integrated Modeling, Analysis and Synthesis of Miniature Medical Devices

Over the last decade, researchers have started exploring the design space of Medical Capsule Robots (MCRs):devices that operate autonomously within the human body and can monitor, diagnose, prevent, and cure diseases. MCRs are severely resource constrained devices in size, power and computational capacity. As&nbsp