The IEEE Technical Committee (TC) on Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) is an IEEE constituency overseeing all technical activities related to designs, implementations, and operations of CPSs.
CPS addresses the close interactions and feedback loop between the cyber sensing components and the dynamic physical components, using big data analytics.
Example CPSs include smart energy CPS, automotive CPS, medical CPS, cyber-human system, etc.
- Promote CPS related research
- Organize journal special issues and conference special sessions
- Establish new CPS journals
- Establish new CPS workshops
- Establish new CPS related IEEE Standards
- Publish CPS newsletter
- Establish new awards for CPS activities
- Promote educational activities related to CPS.
The design, implementation, and operation of CPS systems need the consideration of multiple aspects such as computational constraints, performance, energy, user experience, security, reliability, fault tolerance, flexibility, and extensibility.
To build optimal and reliable CPS, there is a great need for design automation techniques such as large-scale analytical modeling, complex stochastic optimization, statistical machine learning, formal methods and verification, and real-time intelligent control.
It is highly desirable to develop innovative interdisciplinary techniques that can address unique CPS challenges such as the fast increase of system scale and complexity, the close interactions with the dynamic physical environment, and the significant uncertainties in sensor readings.
It is also imperative to bridge CPS research to a variety of emerging domains including smart energy systems, automotive CPS, smart health, smart cities, etc.IEEE Technical Committee (TC) on Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) is an IEEE constituency overseeing all technical activities related to designs, implementations, and operations of CPSs.
M. Jamal Deen, Royal Society of Canada McMaster Univ., Canada
P. R. Kumar, Texas A&M Univ., USA
Yunhe Pan, Chinese Academy of Engineering, P.R. China
Vincenzo Piuri, Universita’ degli Studi di Milano, Italy
Yinyu Ye, Stanford University, USA