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RTCPS 2014 : 2014 International Workshop on Real-Time Cyber-Physical Systems


When Jun 9, 2014 - Jun 9, 2014
Where Reno, USA
Submission Deadline Mar 16, 2014

Call For Papers

Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) can be defined as networks of interacting systems of systems that integrate both computational and physical processes. Such systems are playing an increasingly prevalent and important role within modern computational infrastructure, with the US National Science Foundation (NSF) identifying CPS as a key area of research. CPS' span a huge variety of domains, including:

Data centers
Wireless sensor networks
Mobile computing

These systems pose many novel challenges to both researchers and practictioners in areas such as security, networking, energy-efficiency, resource allocation, control techniques, e-Health, and cloud computing.

The 2014 workshop on Real-Time Cyber-Physical Systems (RTCPS) seeks to bring together both academics and industrial practicioners to discuss the latest challenges and research in the real-time aspects of Cyber-Physical Systems.

All accepted papers at RTCPS will be published in the full proceedings of the 14th IEEE ISORC symposium, and published/indexed in IEEE Xplore.

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