CPSNA 2015: Schedule

CPSNA 2015: Schedule


DAY 1: August 19th, 2015


REGISTRATION: 8:30AM – 9:00AM


RTCSA/CPSNA/NVMSA JOINT KEYNOTE 1: 9:30AM – 10:30AM


COFFEE BREAK: 10:30AM – 11:00AM


KEYNOTE SESSION: 11:00AM – 12:30PM
(Session Chair: Sung-Soo Lim)

1. Prof. Samarjit Chakraborty, Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Technical Universityof Munich, Germany (11:00AM-11:45AM)

Title: Cross-Layer Design of Distributed Cyber-Physical Systems: From Physical Models to Semiconductor Reliability

Abstract: In this talk we will focus our attention to embedded control systems as one possible incarnation of cyber-physical systems. Their design starts with high-level control algorithm design and ends with a concrete hardware/software implementation, involving independent design teams who work at different levels of abstraction – control theorists, compiler designers, programmers, embedded systems designers, computer architects, and semiconductor experts. As a result, design assumptions made at one layer often do not hold at other layers, thereby requiring costly, often ad hoc, ex post facto integration, testing and debugging. While this is a well-recognized problem, till date there is no satisfactory solution that integrates all the abstraction layers. We will outline the challenges involved here and discuss potential solutions.

2. Dr. Kang-Won Lee, Senior Vice President, SK Telecom, Korea (11:45AM-12:30PM)

Title: Internet of Things (IoT) Revolution toward Hyper-connected World

Abstract: Recent years have witnessed increased level of interest in IoT (Internet of Things). Being able to sense the status of anything and control its behavior is a fascinating concept be it applied to home appliances or public infrastructure. Many research institutes forecast the number of “things” that will be connected in the near future will far outnumber the entire human population by an order of magnitude. What kinds of challenge does this trend entail? How can we best prepare as researchers and engineers in computer systems domain. In this talk, I will briefly outline what is IoT and how it impacts ICT with a point of view from a mobile network operator. Then I will talk about use cases and scenarios where IoT has been already applied. Of particular importance is the notion of IoT platform, which is open and scalable. I will discuss how we should approach developing a platform that can be widely used.


LUNCH: 12:30PM – 2:30PM


RESEARCH SESSION 1 (Smartphones and Wearable Devices): 2:30PM – 4:00PM
(Session Chair: Shinpei Kato)

1.      Elastic Computation Middleware for Interactive Wearable Devices in Cyber-Physical Systems

Chi-Sheng Daniel Shih, Yu-Hsin Wang, Chang-Min Yang,and Shao-Hao Chao

(2:30PM-3:00PM)

 

2.      Formal Analysis of Android Application Behavior with Real-Time Maude

Shin Nakajima

(3:00PM-3:30PM)

 

3.      XFace: A Face Recognition System for Android Mobile Phones

Jiawei Hu, Liangrui Peng, and Li Zheng

(3:30PM-4:00PM)


COFFEE BREAK: 4:00PM – 4:30PM


RESEARCH SESSION 2 (Realtime Computing): 4:30PM – 6:00PM
(Session Chair: Kyoungwoo Lee)

1.      A Real-Time Operating System with GNSS-Based Tick Synchronization

Takanori Yokoyama, Ayane Matsubara, and Myungryun Yoo

(4:30PM-5:00PM)

 

2.      Multi-level QoS Support with Variable Window Size in Weakly Hard Real-Time Systems

Nga Dang, Eli Bozorgzadeh, and Moonju Park

(5:00PM-5:30PM)

 

3.      A Non-Visual Sensor Triggered Life Logging System Using Canonical Correlation Analysis

Inhwan Hwang and Songhwai Oh

(5:30PM-6:00PM)


RECEPTION: 6:30PM – 8:00PM


DAY 2: August 20th, 2015


RTCSA/CPSNA/NVMSA JOINT KEYNOTE 2: 9:30AM – 10:30AM


COFFEE BREAK: 10:30AM – 11:00AM


INVITED SESSION: 11:00AM – 12:30PM
(Session Chair: Jianliang Xu)

1.      Broadcast Control of Multi-Agent Systems: A Key Technology for Cyber-Physical Systems(Invited Talk)

Shun-ichi Azuma

(11:00AM-11:30AM)

 

2.      An Interdisciplinary Approach for Thermal Comfort and Energy Conservation in Buildings (Invited Talk)

Dan Wang

(11:30AM-12:00PM)

 

3.      Reliable CPS Design for Mitigating Semi-Conductor and Battery Aging in Electric Vehicles (Invited Position Paper)

Wanli Chang, Alma Proebstl, Dip Goswami, Majid Zamani, and Samarjit Chakraborty

(12:00PM-12:30PM)


LUNCH: 12:30PM – 2:30PM


INDUSTRY SESSION: 2:30PM – 3:30PM
(Session Chair: Takuya Azumi)
 

1.      Large-scale CPS based on Data-centric Communication Middleware (Invited Talk)

Won-Tae Kim

(2:30PM-3:00PM)

 

2.      Agile Factory - An Example of an Industry 4.0 Manufacturing Process

Constantin Scheuermann, Stephan Verclas, and Bernd Brügge

(3:00PM-3:30PM)

WiP SESSION: 3:30PM – 4:30PM


LOCAL TOUR & BANQUET: 4:30PM – 8:30PM

 

DAY 3: August 21st, 2015


RTCSA/CPSNA/NVMSA JOINT KEYNOTE 3: 9:30AM – 10:30AM


COFFEE BREAK: 10:30AM – 11:00AM


RESEARCH SESSION 3 (Systems and Applications): 11:00AM – 12:20PM
(Session Chair: Chi-Sheng (Daniel) Shih)

1.      HexaCam: An FPGA-based Multi-view Camera System

Abraham Monrroy, Manato Hirabayashi, Shinpei Kato, Masato Edahiro, Takefumi Miyoshi, and Satoshi Funada

(11:00AM-11:20AM)

 

2.      Distributed Sensing of Fluid Dynamic Phenomena with the XDense Sensor Grid Network

Joao Loureiro, Raghuraman Rangarajan, and Eduardo Tovar

(11:20AM-11:40AM)

 

3.      Real-Time Visualization of Moving Objects

Patricia Ortal, Shinpei Kato, and Masato Edahiro

(11:40AM-12:00PM)

 

4.      Adaptive Periodic Communication over MQTT for Large-Scale Cyber-Physical Systems

Hyun-Chul Jo and Hyun-Wook Jin

(12:00PM-12:20PM)


LUNCH: 12:30PM – 2:30PM


RESEARCH SESSION 4 (Performance and Multicores): 2:30PM – 4:00PM
(Session Chair: James She)  

1.      Intra-Operation Dynamic Voltage Scaling

Daniel Moore and Alexander Dean

(2:30PM-3:00PM)

 

2.      Racing and Pacing to Idle: Multicore Energy Optimization Under Performance Constraints

David H. K. Kim, Connor Imes, and Henry Hoffmann

(3:00PM-3:30PM)

 

3.      MEDUSA: A Predictable and High-Performance DRAM Controller for Multicore based Embedded Systems

Prathap Kumar Valsan and Heechul Yun

(3:30PM-4:00PM)

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