CPS Week Workshop 2016

CPS Data – Second International Workshop on modeling, analysis and control of complex Cyber-Physical Systems | Monday, April 11 2016

Workshop in conjunction with CPS Week 2016  |  April 11 - 14, 2016, Vienna  |  www.cpsweek.org/2016/


 

Programme

Session 1: Architectures / Semantic Web / Linked-data 

09:00 - 09:30 

Käfer et al: Declarative Programming and Querying in a Distributed Cyber-Physical System: The i-VISION Case 

09:30 - 10:00 

Butzin et al: Applying the BaaS Reference Architecture on different classes of devices 

10:00 - 10:30 

Ravindran et al: Data-oriented Abstraction of Virtual Sensors for Embedded Software Systems 

10:30 - 11:00 

coffee break

 

Session 2: Model Checking & Verification 

11:00 - 11:30 

Fogh et al: WUppaal: A Web-service for the Uppaal Model-checker 

11:30 - 12:00 

Cai et al: Towards the Verification of Temporal Data Consistency in Real-Time Data Management 

12:00 - 12:30 

Stegner et al: A Security Metric for Structured Security Analysis of Cyber-Physical Systems Supporting SAE J3061

12:30 - 13:30 

lunch

 

Session 3: Methods and Tools

13:30 - 14:00 

Larsen et al: Integrated Tool Chain for Model-based Design of Cyber-Physical Systems: The INTO-CPS Project 

14:00 - 14:30 

Grützmacher: Dataflow-based Modeling and Performance Analysis for Online Gesture Recognition

 

 

 


 

Motivation and Goals of the Workshop

The availability of efficient and powerful embedded processing and communication systems has paved the way towards an increasing application of cyber-physical systems (CPS), in particular in but not limited to the automotive domain, where highly automated and electrified driving as well as connectivity services and applications are forceful drivers for development.

The increasing amount of interconnected CPS in vehicles or systems of CPS containing the vehicle requires holistic and interoperable methods and tools for the efficient and consolidated interdisciplinary design, and for end-to-end real-time transmission and management of data and corresponding algorithms for their (real-time) analysis, storage and processing. This implies also the consideration of security and the mutual impact of security and safety. 

This workshop will focus on challenges and case studies for CPS development in the automotive and transport domain and foster the exchange of knowledge with other application domains such as factory or building automation (e.g. Industry 4.0). Particular attention is paid to the interdisciplinary approaches and communication between industrial requirements and best practices and state of the art and beyond approaches. Topics include, but are not limited to: 

 

  • Methodologies and tool chains for modeling and simulating CPS
  • Autonomous Systems & Self-x Capabilities
  • Reference Architectures and Standards for CPS
  • Converging CPS Systems in different application domains
  • Intelligent Offloading Architectures for the IOT
  • Architectures, standards and methods for efficient onboard-offboard processing
  • Storage and processing technologies for real-time data management (e.g. In-Memory)
  • Centralized and distributed data management
  • Data filtering, semantic annotations and analysis of heterogeneous data
  • Business Intelligence approaches for predictive analytics and control of CPS
  • Human centric CPS
  • Formal verification of CPS
  • Safety and Security for CPS and their mutual impact
  • Case Studies and standards for CPS deployment in transport and automation

 

 Applications can contain topics, but are not limited to, such as:

  • Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and highly automated driving
  • Communication and Infotainment Systems in vehicles
  • Intelligent mobility and transport infrastructures
  • Electric Vehicles and their interaction with smart grids / smart homes
  • Cross-Domain applications such as building and factory automation or Industry 4.0 

 

Target Group

The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers, developers and system operators to discuss research questions on the interface between CPS and big data, in particular in the automotive domain, as well as to identify problems and new opportunities for cooperation.


 

Submission

Each submission shall be maximum 6 pages in two-column A4 format, with a font size of not less than 11 pt, using the IEEE templates available online:

http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html

CPS week registration will be required to participate in the workshop. Please use the conference systems located at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cpsdata2016 to submit your paper.

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to e-mail to cpsdata(at)twt-gmbh.de


 

Important Dates

Extended Submission                     February 15, 2016
Acceptance Notification                  March 11, 2016
Camery Ready Paper Version      March 16, 2016
Workshop date                                   April 11, 2016


 

Organizing Committee

Dr. Michael Ditze (TWT GmbH)
Dr. Cornel Klein (Siemens AG)
Dr. Markus Pfeil (TWT GmbH)
Dr.-Ing. Frank Golatowski (Universität Rostock)
Prof. Dr. Peter Gorm Larsen (Aarhus University)
Dr. Harald Schöning (Software AG)

 

Publicity chair: Christian König (TWT GmbH)

 

 

Technical Program Committee

Alexey Cheptsov (HLRS, University of Stuttgart)
Achim Rettberg (Hella/University of Oldenburg)
Mohammad Al Faruqe (University of California)
Andreas Riegg (Daimler AG)
Stephan Grimm (Siemens AG)
Thilo Stadelmann (ZHAW Zürich)
Kai Hackbarth (ProSyst Software GmbH)
Jürgen Tacken (Redknee Inc)
Holmer Hemsen (DFKI)
Alexander Viehl (FZI)
Bastian Koller (HLRS, University of Stuttgart)
Daniel Watzenig (Virtual Vehicle)
Christoph Niedermeier (Siemens AG)
Jim Woodcock (University of York)
Peter Altenbernd (HS Darmstadt)