[robotics-worldwide] workshop on CPS announcement

Ricardo Sanfelice sricardo at u.arizona.edu
Sat Jan 15 09:51:57 PST 2011


A workshop on theoretical and applied topics pertaining to cyber-physical systems (CPS) will take place in Tucson on March 10 and 11.  Its objective is to bring together students, faculty, and researchers on the subject, in particular, those from the U.S. Southwest area. Participants will have an opportunity to present new results and explore new venues to contribute to CPS. Invited speakers from academia and government agencies will deliver technical and informative talks on open problems, opportunities, and future directions of CPS research. 

The topics include: 
	•	Modeling abstractions
	•	Nonlinear control
	•	Path planning
	•	Adaptive sensing
	•	Multitasking software and implementation
	•	Interconnections
	•	Data fusion
	•	Simulation

Registration is now open until January 28, 2011.  Further information and a registration form is available at

http://www.u.arizona.edu/~sricardo/CPSworkshop

An on-going list of participants is also available at the website. The workshop will take place at the Four Points Sheraton in Tucson, AZ, which is a short walk from the University of Arizona.  The workshop is funded by NSF.


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