Call for Papers
Cyber-physical systems are systems with a tight coupling of the cyber aspects of computing and communications with the physical aspects of dynamics and engineering that must abide by the laws of physics. The objective of this conference is to be a primary forum for reporting state-of-the-art advances and innovations in theoretical principles, tools, applications, systems infrastructure, and testbeds for cyber-physical systems.
Contributions should emphasize the cross-cutting, system-wide themes. Sectors of applicability include, but not be limited to, transportation (automotive, aerospace, marine, rail), SCADA systems (electricity generation including smart grids and the like, other utilities), smart physical infrastructure (smart bridges, buildings and highways), energy efficiency (energy-aware buildings), environmental monitoring, defense systems, intelligent medical devices, tele-operations and robotics.
Submissions must report results from original research and not have been submitted to or published in other conferences or journals. Submissions must be a maximum of 10 pages, in 2-column format, and use font sizes of no less than 10 pt. Instructions for submission can be found at Submission.
Each submission will be reviewed using a peer-review process led by the ICCPS 2012 Program Committee. The review process will be typical of high-quality IEEE and ACM conferences. A Proceedings released at the conference will have a compilation of the accepted papers.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the following:
|Final Manuscript:||March 7, 2012|
|Conference:||April 17-19, 2012|