Held in conjunction with ESWEEK 2015 on October 8 2015, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Cyber physical systems (CPS) combine computing and networking power with physical components. They enable innovation in a wide range of domains including robotics; smart homes, vehicles, and buildings; medical implants; and future-generation sensor networks. CyPhy'15 brings together researchers and practitioners working on modeling, simulation, and evaluation of CPS, based on a broad interpretation of these areas, to collect and exchange expertise from a diverse set of disciplines. The workshop places particular focus is on techniques and components to enable and support virtual prototyping and testing.

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

CyPhy 2015 Program

Resource-aware control and dynamic scheduling in CPS
Maurice Heemels
Coffee / tea break

(Research paper)
Recharging probably keeps batteries alive
by Holger Hermanns, Jan Krcal and Gilles Nies

(Research paper)
Formally Analyzing Continuous Aspects of Cyber-Physical Systems modeled by Homogeneous Linear Differential Equations
by Usman Sanwal and Osman Hasan

(Invited paper)
Constructive Modelling of Parallelized Environmental Models for Structured Testing of Automated Driving Systems
by Sebastian Siegl and Martin Russer
(Research paper)
A Parametric Dataflow Model for the Speed and Distance Monitoring in Novel Train Control Systems
by Benjamin Beichler, Thorsten Schulz, Christian Haubelt and Frank Golatowski

(Research paper)
Hybrid Secure Data Aggregation in Wireless Sensor Networks.
by Keyur Parmar and Devesh Jinwala

(Invited paper)
Current Challenges in the Verification of Hybrid Systems
by Stefan Schupp, Erika Abraham, Xin Chen, Ibtissem Ben Makhlouf, Goran Frehse, Sriram Sankaranarayanan and Stefan Kowalewski
Coffee / tea break
(Research paper)
A Modelling Framework for Cyber-Physical System Resilience
by Manuela Bujorianu and Nir Piterman

(Research paper)
Fault Localization of Energy Consumption Behavior using Maximum Satisfiability
by Shin Nakajima and Si-Mohamed Lamraoui

(Invited paper)
Core Research and Innovation Areas in Cyber-Physical Systems of Systems: Initial Findings of the CPSoS Project
by Michel Reniers, Sebastian Engell, Haydn Thompson, Radoslav Paulen and Christian Sonntag