Cyber-Physical and Embedded Systems

Cyber-physical systems (CPS) require the ability to manage both their computational and physical resources. In the context of a feedback control system, this means the CPS must achieve required performance, efficiency, safety and reliability through regulation of its physical effectors (e.g. propulsive, steering, switches) and through regulation of its computational resources (e.g. processing and communication). To-date, primarily, research has been specific to one of these effector classes. Control systems engineers focus on regulating physical actuation but have developed techniques to account for the effects of limited computational resources. Conversely, real-time systems experts have focused on regulating computational resources but are still able to include physical control system performance metrics in computational resource scheduling. This project is currently supported by the National Science Foundation on the Grant No. 0930813 and 1446117.

Current Projects

Cyber-Physical Systems

Previous Projects

Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Automatic and Adaptive Management of Large-scale Energy Storage Systems
  • Energy-Aware Integrated Control and Computation in Cyber Physical Systems
  • Controlling Preemption for Better Timing Guarantees in Embedded Real-Time Systems
  • AIRES: Automatic Integration of Reusable Embedded Software
Embedded Systems
  • Adaptive┬áControl of Virtualized Resources
  • A┬áComparison of Server Consolidation Techniques

People

Faculty
  • Kang G. Shin
  • Ella Marie Atkins
  • C. M. Krishna
  • Israel Koren
  • Wei Lu
Current Graduate Students
  • Buyoung Yun
  • Hasdi Hashim
  • Eugene Sunmin Kim
  • Youngmoon Lee
  • Taeju Park
Research Fellows
  • Liang He
Visiting Students
  • Yu Wu
Alumni
  • Hahnsang Kim
  • Sangsoo Park
  • Kyusuk Han