CFP

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:


Cyber-physical systems (CPS)

·         Modeling and control of CPS, such as networked control, distributed optimization, and distributed learning, modeling of tightly integrated physical processes, computation platforms and networks, autonomy in CPS

·         Networking infrastructure and management for CPS, such as quality of services, heterogeneous networks, wireless sensor networks, scalability of complex networks

·         Software tools and middleware for CPS research

·         Human computer/machine interaction

·         Non-functional issues for CPS, such as security, privacy, and dependability

·         Development and implementation of various CPS

 

Internet of Things (IoT)

·         Networking infrastructure for IoT to address heterogeneity, scalability, and Interoperability issues

·         IoT communication and coordination middleware and platforms

·         Intelligent sensing of environment, physiological sensing, human motion tracking

·         Non-functional issues for CPS, such as security, privacy, and dependability

·         Applications of IoT in smart home, smart building, smart city, smart factory, smart grid, healthcare, transportation and logistics

 

Intelligent Control

·         Intelligent control theories, such as adaptive, predictive, robust control, distributed/decentralized control, optimization, decision support systems, and process control and stability

·         Autonomous systems

·         Computational intelligence and natural computing

·         Applications of intelligent control in various application domains, such as aerospace, manufacturing, medicine, agriculture, engineering, etc.

 

Traditional Computer Science Topics

·         Networked and distributed systems

·         Computer vision, image and signal processing

·         Machine learning and artificial intelligence, such as supervised, unsupervised learning, fuzzy logic, neural networks, deep learning, genetic programming

·         Pattern recognition

·         Modeling and formal methods

·         Software engineering

·         Security, privacy, reliability, and dependability


               

Tutorial

Title: Human Motion Tracking with Microsoft Kinect

Wenbing Zhao, Professor, Cleveland State University

Keywords: Human-Centered Cyber-Physical Systems, Depth Cameras, Wearable Computing, Gesture and Activity Recognition, Machine Learning

Important Date

Submission Deadline(Full paper)Sept. 20,  2017
Submission Deadline(Abstract)Sept. 1,  2017
Author notificationBefore Set.30, 2017
Final versionBefore Oct.5, 2017
RegistrationBefore Oct.5, 2017
Main conferenceOct 20-22,2017

Oral Presentation Guidelines

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· Oral presentations of volunteered papers are 17 minutes with 3 minutes for discussion(20 minutes in total for Q&A.)

· All presenters must bring their PowerPoint/PDF presentation on a USB memory key one hour before their presentation to have it preloaded on the session computers. Individual presentations then begin with the click of a mouse.

· All events are conducted in English

· Practice your presentation before and and time it.  

· Use active words, short sentences. Words should reinforce visual material.  

· Our events are designed to be as interactive and frank as possible. All speakers and participants are encouraged to participate in their own personal capacity.

· Participants are encouraged to contribute in their own personal capacity

· Speak loudly and clearly.  

· You may wish to bring business cards to share your contact information with other conference attendees.

Best Paper Award 


The main purpose of instituting a Best Oral Presentation Award: This award is intended to reward the presenters for the extra effort it takes to prepare a top caliber presentation. Through this mechanism we hope to encourage an even higher caliber of presentation.

The Award: The recipient will receive a certificate.

Number of Awards: each session will select a best oral presentation

Student best presentation: The award is open to any presenter under 35 years of age.

The criteria for the Best Oral Presentation Award are

•Clarity of submitted abstract

•Importance of the work

•Novelty of the work

•Level of completion of the work

•Uniqueness or originality of the research topic

•Ability of the presenter to explain the work

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