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Seminar by Prof. Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli (UCBerkeley) - May 17, 2018

posted May 10, 2018, 3:44 AM by Massimo Alioto
Prof. Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli (University of California, Berkeley) will give a talk on "LET'S GET PHYSICAL: ADDING PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS TO CYBER SYSTEMS". The talk will take place on May 17, 2018 at 12-1PM in E5-03-20.
All interested researchers, students and designers from industry are more than welcome to join, here at ECE - NUS.
The details on the logistics and the talks are provided in the following.

TOPIC: LET'S GET PHYSICAL: ADDING PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS TO CYBER SYSTEMS
SPEAKER: Prof. Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli - University of California, Berkeley, USA
DATE: 17 May 2018, Thursday
TIME: 12pm to 1pm
VENUE: E5-03-20, Engineering Block E3, Faculty of Engineering, NUS 


ABSTRACT: Technology advances are creating major shifts in the industrial landscape. Traditional sectors such as transportation, medical and avionics, are witnessing fundamental changes in the supply chain and in the content where the interactions between the physical world and the computing world are becoming increasingly tight. Cyber Physical Systems, Systems of Systems, Internet of Things, Industrie 4.0, Swarm Systems and The Fog are all sectors that attract massive attention from the research communities and massive investment from industry. These concepts are tightly intertwined and describe a movement towards a fully interconnected planet where billions of devices interact via a complex mesh of wireless and wired communication infrastructures. The most compelling vision for the future of technology and industry is one where a swarm of devices is connected with the cloud to provide platforms for myriad of new applications. In this new world, new companies will arise and established ones will have to change radically their business model. The increasing sophistication and heterogeneity of these systems requires radical changes in the way sense-and-control platforms are designed to regulate them. 
In this presentation, I highlight the economic potential of CPS, their role in autonomous driving, and some of the design challenges due to the complexity, heterogeneity and power consumption of CPS.




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