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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


Important Date

Submission Deadline(Full paper)March 31,  2018
Submission Deadline(Abstract)March 25,  2018
Author notificationBefore April 13, 2018
Final versionBefore April 25, 2018
RegistrationBefore April 25, 2018
Main conferenceSep. 21-23, 2018


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


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