HSCC 2011 : International Conference on Hybrid Systems: Computation and Control
Conference Series : Hybrid Systems
Call For Papers
The 14th International Conference on Hybrid Systems: Computation and Control (HSCC'11) will take
place in Chicago from April 12 to 14.
HSCC'11 is part of the 4th Cyber Physical Systems Week (CPSWeek) which is the collocated
cluster of five conferences and workshops: HSCC, RTAS (Real-Time and Embedded Technology
and Applications Symposium), IPSN (International Conference on Information Processing in
Sensor Networks), LCTES (Languages, Compilers, and Tools for Embedded Systems) and CPSC
(Cyber Physical and Social Computing). Through CPSWeek, the five major events will have a shared
registration process, joint invited speakers and poster sessions, and joint social events.
HSCC'11 is the 14th in a series of successful annual meetings dedicated to research in embedded
reactive systems involving the interplay between symbolic/discrete and continuous dynamical
behaviors. Academic as well industrial researchers are invited to exchange information on the
latest developments of applications and theoretical advancements in the analysis, design, control,
optimization, and implementation of hybrid systems.
The previous editions of HSCC were held in Berkeley, USA (1998), Nijmegen,
The Netherlands (1999), Pittsburgh, USA (2000), Rome, Italy (2001), Palo Alto, USA (2002),
Prague, Czech Republic (2003), Philadelphia, USA (2004), Zurich, Switzerland (2005), Santa
Barbara, USA (2006), Pisa, Italy (2007), St. Louis, USA (2008), San Francisco, USA (2009),
Stockholm, Sweden (2010).
Submissions are invited in all areas pertaining to the analysis, design, control, optimization,
implementation, and applications of hybrid dynamical systems. Topics of interest include, but are not
Models of heterogeneous systems;
Computability and complexity issues;
Real-time computing and control;
Embedded and resource-aware control;
Computation and control over wireless networks;
Mobile robotic networks;
Tools for analysis, verification, control, and design;
Programming languages support and implementation;
Applications, including automotive, communication networks, avionics, energy systems,
transportation networks, biology and other sciences, manufacturing and robotics.
Emilio Frazzoli and Radu Grosu
HSCC'11 Program Chairs