The aim of the Task Force on Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems is to promote and raise awareness towards embedded and cyber-physical systems endowed with intelligent abilities as wells as create a community of scholars and industries in this research field enabling and supporting multidisciplinary collaborations and activities.
The Task Force on Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems is under the Smart World Technical Committee of the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society.
- ASTDay: Innovation Domains in IoT December 5, 2017
The Task Force on Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems is happy to support the “ASTDay: Innovation Domains in IoT”. ASTDay brings together researchers from STMicroelectronics and academic partners to share views and present the latest developments in the field of IoT.
The event consists of a main conference track and a STM32 hands-on seminar. The student contest “Innovative STM32 IoT System” will be launched during the event.
The conference will take place on February 22, 2018 at the Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy.
For further information http://www.astday.deib.polimi.it/Continue reading →
- News in the IEEE CIS Newsletter, July 2017 July 11, 2017
The news about the creation of the Task Force on Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems has been inserted in the IEEE CIS Newsletter, Issue 54, July 2017.Continue reading →
- Welcome message May 15, 2017
We are more than happy to announce the creation of the Task Force on “Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems” under the IEEE CIS Smart World TC. This Task Force aspires both at promoting the research on embedded and cyber-physical systems endowed with intelligent abilities and at supporting active and fruitful collaborations between scholars and industries in such a research field.
This Task Force is meant as an open entity where all the interested researchers and industries can contribute. Your feedbacks, comments, criticisms are more than welcome.
Look forward to collaborate with you all!
With Best Regards
Prof. Manuel Roveri, Politecnico di Milano (Task Force Chair)Continue reading →
Ing. Danilo Pau, STMicroelectronics (Task Force Vice-Chair)
Prof. Seiichi Ozawa, Kobe University (Task Force Vice-Chair)