Review (ISSN: 1551-3688) |
Special Interest Group on Embedded Systems
|Submission due||June 30, 2011|
|first Review results:||approx. Sept 30, 2011|
|Final copy deadline:||approx. late Oct 2011|
|Publication:||approx. March 2012|
|Copenhagen, Denmark||September 12, 2011|
|Stockholm, Sweden||September 13, 2011|
|Munich, Germany||September 15, 2011|
The Work-in-Progress (WiP) session was held as part of the 2nd International Conference on Cyber Physical Systems (ICCPS) on April 12, 2011, in Chicago, IL, USA, as part of CPS Week. This was the first time a WiP session was organized in conjunction with ICCPS. Developments in the field of Cyber Physical Systems have gained enough momentum resulting in a slew of new ideas for addressing its various issues from theoretical foundations to applications. The WiP session was organized as a way to provide a forum for researchers to talk about some of these latest and exciting ideas.
The WiP session received 19 submissions out of which 10 were selected.
Befitting a conference of ICCPS' scope, the papers covered a broad range of CPS sub-domains including: theoretical frameworks for CPS, modeling and verification of CPS, high confidence software design for CPS, and innovative CPS applications. In addition, the WiP session featured one demonstration showing the techniques in action. The audience participation, which is usually crucial for such sessions, was considerable. The resulting feedback and suggestions to the participants provided much need critique and motivation for expanding the research ideas presented. The WiP session was also featured a poster session at the end. The session was well-attended and involved audience attending the other four CPS Week conferences. The overall response, comments and discussions generated were therefore quite diverse and provided novel perspectives in designing cyber-physical systems.
Overall, the WiP session was a successful event. It not only highlighted important issues, challenges and potential in developing next generation of CPS systems, but also opened up several promising new research directions for the participants and the community as a whole.
ICCPS 2011 Work-in-Progress Session Chair
Last update: 06-20-2011
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