Workshop Proceedings

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Visible to the public CPS Summit 2016

CPS Summit

CPS Summit 2016
Vienna, Austria | April 10, 2016 | Co-located with CPS Week 2016

The goal of the CPS Summit workshop is to concretize results of the first CPS Summit workshop in Seattle on identifying opportunities for intensifying the collaboration on CPS research and development between North America and Europe; we will work towards the following results:

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Visible to the public Workshop on Game Changing and Controversial Topics in Cyber-Physical Systems

Workshop on Game Changing and Controversial Topics in Cyber-Physical Systems

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Visible to the public U.S.-German Workshop on the Internet of Things (IoT) / Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)

U.S.-German Workshop on the Internet of Things-Cyber-Physical Systems

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Visible to the public National Workshop on Resilience Research (NWRR) for Critical Infrastructure: Current Status and Challenges

National Workshop on Resilience

Objectives

Hurricane Sandy bluntly reminded us both how dependent we are and how much we take for granted the complex systems that provide energy, transportation, water, medical care, emergency response, and security at levels considered luxurious just a generation ago. Stuxnet, earnest bear and other cyber exploits targeted at operational technologies (OT) highlight the potential risk to these systems resulting from a malicious action, and the associated cascading effects.

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Visible to the public NSF Visioning Workshop on Smart and Connected Communities Research and Education

NSF Visioning Workshop on Smart and Connected Communities Research and Education
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Visible to the public 2015 NSF Early-Career Investigators' Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems in Smart Cities

2015 NSF Early-Career Investigators' Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems in Smart Cities

Seattle, WA / April 13-17, 2015

Background on CPS and Smart Cities

Cyber-physical systems (CPS) are engineered systems that are built from, and depend upon, the seamless integration of computational algorithms and physical components.