Georgia Tech Summer School on Cyber-Physical Systems
When: June 23-25, 2010
Where: Georgia Tech
Who: Researchers from Industry and Academia
Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) are systems that rely on a tight integration of computation, communication, and controls, for their operation and interaction with the physical environment in which they are deployed. Such systems must be able to operate safely, dependably, securely, efficiently and in real-time, in potentially highly uncertain or unstructured environments. CPS are expected to have great technical, economic and societal impacts in the near future.
The Georgia Tech Summer School on Cyber-Physical Systems aims at bringing together researchers from industry and academia. The format of the Summer School will be a three-day meeting, organized around different aspects of Cyber Physical Systems. The topical areas to be covered are:
Organizers: Magnus Egerstedt and Marilyn Wolf
Attendance to the CPS Summer School is FREE!
However, you will need to register your attendance, using the following form:
The registration package will include access to the Summer School and the materials presented in the lectures, as well participation in the social activities associated with the Summer School.
The filled out registration form should be sent directly to Magnus Egerstedt (email@example.com) or Marilyn Wolf (firstname.lastname@example.org) before May 15, 2010. Note that the total number of participants to the CPS Summer School is limited so a first-come first-serve approach will be used if the number of applications exceeds the limit.
Scholarships are available to cover the cost of the accommodations. The housing will be in the Georgia Tech dorms. The way this free housing is requested is by filling out the application form below. (More about this will be posted later.)
Scholarships are available to pay for the accommodations for students. Moreover, students at US institutions may be able to receive additional tyravel support (depending on how much we spend on the housing scholarships.)_ Participants interested in applying for this scholarship should fill out the following form:
Note that the form must be accompanied by a supporting letter. If the applicant is a student, this letter must be written by a faculty advisor. If the applicant is a faculty/industry researcher, this letter must be written by a Department Chair/Research Manager. The applications should be sent to the Summer School organizers.