Work-in-Progress Session

List of accepted papers

Power Consumption Analysis of Smartphone Applications using UPPAAL
Shin Nakajima and Yoshikazu Ueda

Wide-area Distributed Virtual Test Environments for Distributed Embedded Control System using Model-based Design
Tadahiro Ito, Yukikazu Nakamoto, Kenji Yabuuchi and Tatsunori Osaki


Prototyping Commodity ICT for Mobility CPS
Yuki Iida, Yusuke Fujii, Takuya Azumi, Nobuhiko Nishio, Shinpei Kato, Tsuyoshi Hamada, Satoshi Kagami, Nobuo Kawaguchi and Kazuya Takeda


Autonomous Vehicle Navigation by Building 3D Map and by Detecting Human Trajectory using LIDAR
Satoshi Kagami, Tsuyoshi Hamada and Shinpei Kato


On-the-Fly Deployment of Wireless Sensor Networks for Indoor Assisted Guidance
Luis Pinto, Pedro Santos, Sérgio Crisóstomo, Traian Abrudan and Joao Barros


Blue-sky Logger: A Scalable Remote Monitoring Platform for Embedded System on Linux
Praween Amontamavut and Eiichi Hayakawa


A Decentralized Scheme for Fault Detection and Classification in WSNs
Tuan Anh Nguyen, Marco Aiello and Kenji Tei



The scope of CPSNA 2013 WIP will give due consideration in all areas of research that facilitate collaborations between CPS and existing technologies. Topics of special interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Embedded and real-time systems to support computation of CPS
  • Sensor networks to support sensing and actuation of CPS
  • Networked control and hybrid systems to support complex behavior of CPS
  • Dependable computing and verification methods to support safety of CPS
  • Ubiquitous and pervasive computing to support user experience of CPS
  • Cloud and distributed computing to support scalability of CPS
  • Data-intensive computing and data mining to support big data of CPS
  • Multicore and GPU programming to support high-performance of CPS
  • Architecture, compiler, and OS to support platforms of CPS
  • Experimental prototype systems of CPS
  • Emerging applications of CPS



Submissions to CPSNA WIP should describe original on-going work.
The material must be unpublished and not under submission elsewhere. 
A submission process consists of the below steps:

1) Abstract submission

 The abstract submission must include below contents:

  • Paper title
  • Authors' full names
  • Authors' affiliations
  • Abstract text (300-400 words)
  • Contact information (e-mail addresses)
  • Preferred presentation style: poster 

The abstract must be submitted via

Authors can send a PDF file with a main manuscript instead of the abstract-only text, in advance to the camera ready submission. Please refer the step 3 to format your paper.

2) Acceptance notification

An acceptance notification will be delivered to authors upon the abstract review.

3) Camera ready paper submission

Accepted authors need to prepare a 2 to 4 page camera ready paper for final submission. The paper formats must follow 8.5-inch by 11-inch with two columns using a font size of 10 pt. Authors are encouraged to use the IEEE proceedings template:

Further instructions will be stated besides the acceptance notification.

If accepted, at least one author will provide a registration, and present the paper at the conference in person. The dimension of the poster should be no larger than 157cm * 87cm.



Abstract submission deadline:  July 1, 2013 (11:59 pm GMT -8) (exteneded)

Notification: July 4, 2013
Camera ready copy: July 19, 2013
CPSNA Conference: August 19-20, 2013



Takuya Azumi, Ritsumeikan University, Japan 

Technical sponsorship