CPS-Ed 2014! Cyber-Physical Systems Education Workshop at UC Berkeley
Sharing experiences on CPS education and curricula, to shape the CPS education of tomorrow.
Time: Tue 2014-11-04 09.00
Location: University of California, Berkeley Campus (Room 380, Soda Hall)
The increasing capabilities of computing systems - including their connectivity - paves the way for novel applications and systems that do not respect traditional academic disciplines. What used to be easy to define, e.g. embedded systems as dedicated and small computer control and measurement systems, now encompasses a spectrum from low (bare bone), over multicore, to high end middleware, web and cloud connected systems. Future computer and software intensive systems will increasingly contain environment models, be situation aware, perform decision making, gradually contributing to increasing levels of autonomy. This technology evolution, captured by terms like CPS, IoT and the Swarm, makes education challenging, to say the least.
What competences should a future CPS engineer be equipped with?
The workshop gathers leading educational developers and industrial representatives to discuss challenges and ways forward. The workshop also builds upon momentum and debate on this topic, including the 10th WESE workshop on embedded and Cyber-Physical Systems education at ESWEEK2014 ( www.emsig.net/conf/2014/wese/ ) and the First Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems Education (CPS-Ed 2013) at CPSWeek2013 ( cps-vo.org/group/edu/workshop )
Program & Presentations
09.00 - 9.10 Introduction and Welcome (pdf 351 kB) Martin Törngren, KTH
Industrial needs and Academic state of the art in CPS education and beyond
- Alberto Sangiovanni Vincentelli, (pdf 1.5 MB) UCB / EECS
- Jyo Deshmukh (pdf 133 kB) , Toyota Research
David Auslander (pdf 522 kB)
, UCB / ME Graduate School
- 10.25 - 10.45 coffee break
- Jeff Jensen (pdf 2.2 MB) , National Instruments
- Raja Sengupta (pdf 6.6 MB) , UCB / CEE
- Sanjit Seshia (pdf 1.6 MB) , UCB / EECS, "Formal Methods for Lab-based MOOCs: CPS and Beyond"
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch
13.00-13.50 Industrial needs and Academic state of the art in CPS education and beyond (continued)
- Ruzena Bajcsy, UCB/EECS
- Alessandro Pinto (pdf 946 kB) , United Technologies Research Center
13.50-14.10 coffee break
14.10 - 15.00 CPS education at KTH and in Europe - now and future
- Martin Grimheden (pdf 3.8 MB) , KTH, "Mechatronics and embedded systems education at KTH, now and future"
- Martin Törngren (pdf 763 kB) , KTH, "Towards a curriculum for CPS"
15.00-15.50 Discussion & Wrap up.
16.00 The workshop is directly followed by a Dreams seminar talk "Roadmapping efforts for research, education and innovation in Cyber-Physical Systems" ( embedded.eecs.berkeley.edu/seminar/#1d9c8a )
To register for the workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 27 October stating your name, affiliation and any dietary requirements (vegetarian, nut allergies etc). If you have any questions regarding the programme, Martin Törngren, the organiser at KTH, is listed below, and Stavros Tripakis ( email@example.com ) is coordinating at UCB.
For directions to the venue (Room 380, Soda Hall, UC Berkeley Campus), please see the UCB Campus Map: www.eecs.berkeley.edu/Directions/