physiological closed-loop control


Visible to the public  ESWEEK CyberCardia Medical CPS Workshop
Oct 17, 2019 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT

Call for Abstracts

The 2019 ESWEEK Medical CPS workshop will take place in New York City on October 17 2019. Organized and hosted by CyberCardia CPS researchers, the workshop is a collaborative effort that promotes learning and sharing best practices in CPS research. The CyberCardia project primarily focuses on cardiac medical devices. The scope of the workshop, however, encompasses Medical CPS in general. The workshop celebrates the past successes of the CPS research community and introduces new challenges and innovations in the field.


Visible to the public ACM Workshop: SafeThings 2017 Call for Papers (Co-located with SenSys)

Dear Colleagues,

Please see below the Call for Papers for ACM SafeThings 2017. We enthusiastically look forward to your submissions on advancements in the safety of the Internet of Things ecosystem.

1st ACM Workshop on the Internet of Safe Things (SafeThings 2017)
November 5, 2017 at TU Delft, The Netherlands
Co-located with ACM SenSys 2017


Visible to the public  FDA Public Workshop - Physiological Closed-Loop Controlled Devices
Oct 13, 2015 8:00 am - Oct 14, 2015 4:30 pm EDT

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has held a public Workshop entitled "Physiological Closed-Loop Controlled (PCLC) Devices." The topic discussed was challenges related to the design, development, and evaluation of critical care PCLC devices. FDA considers PCLC devices an emerging technology and held a workshop focusing on design, development and performance evaluation of PCLC systems intended for use in critical care environments. Such devices included closed-loop anesthetic delivery, closed-loop vasoactive drug and fluid delivery, and closed-loop mechanical ventilation.


Visible to the public  Tutotial at ESWEEK 2015: Parameter-Invariant Monitor Design for Cyber Physical Systems
Oct 04, 2015 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm CEST

With recent advances in low-power low-cost communication, sensing, and actuation technologies, Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) have revolutionized automated medical diagnostics and care, building energy management, and smart grids. With this revolution, dawns a new era of CPS monitoring where fusing measurements from multiple devices provides unprecedented early detection of critical events. However, in some applications (e.g. medical diagnostics) explicit models and/or rich training data relating available measurements to events are unavailable or impractical.