[FOM] Halmstad Summer School on Cyber-Physical Systems 2017
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Summer School on Cyber-Physical Systems - Call for Participation
The Summer School on Cyber-Physical Systems brings together the
theoretical foundations and the industrial practice of the area in
Halmstad, a place known both for innovation in embedded systems and
popular beaches. This year’s school will take place from July 17th-21st,
The summer school is intended for professionals from industry
(engineers, researchers, and managers) and academics (including doctoral
students). Participants will learn about key topics from prominent
leaders in the field. The schedule is designed to allow significant
opportunities for interaction between participants and the speakers.
Topics and Speakers
Henric Andersson, SAAB Group,
Modeling & Simulation of large scale Integrated Modular CPS.
Stanley Bak, Air Force Rome Labs,
Formal Verification of CPS using Flow-Pipe Construction of
Manfred Broy, TU München,
Modeling cyber physical systems: Interaction, modularity,
Luc Jaulin, ENSTA Bretagne,
Interval analysis for the conception of autonomous and reliable
Ueda Kazunori, Waseda University,
High-level programming languages and systems for cyber-physical
Andre Platzer, CMU,
Logical Foundations of Cyber-Physical Systems.
Jeff Shamma, Georgia Tech and KAUST,
Game theory for cyber-physical systems.
Martin Törngren, KTH,
Cyber-Physical Systems - perspectives, innovation opportunities
and key cross-domain challenges.
All lectures will be conducted in English.
The summer school will take place at Halmstad University in Hav, a
meeting room with an overview of the city and the Kattegat sea area.
Halmstad is easily reachable by train from Copenhagen and Gothenburg
airports, and by air from Stockholm.
Application for Registration
Registration can be done online at http://bit.ly/cps-reg. The deadline
for early registration is May 1st, 2017.
For more information: http://ceres.hh.se/mediawiki/CPS_2017
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