Cyber-Physical Systems

Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) are combinations of physical processes and embedded computers that collect data from these processes through sensors and that control these processes in a closed loop manner. Sensor-/information-rich networked cyber-physical systems, from air traffic or energy networks to smart buildings and autonomous vehicles, are getting tightly integrated into our daily lives. As such, their safety-criticality increases. We develop fundamental theories and associated algorithmic tools for the design and operation of safe, resilient and adaptive cyber-physical systems. Areas of expertise include novel architectures for control and diagnosis of complex CPS, security and privacy, correct-by-construction control synthesis, decentralized decision making for CPS and their applications in engineering and understanding of societal scale systems.

ECE Faculty

Freudenberg, James S.
Lafortune, Stephane
Mathieu, Johanna
Ozay, Necmiye

CSE Faculty

Noble, Brian

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