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Cyber-Physical Systems: Applications and Challenges

General Symposium

Cyber-physical systems are key enabling technologies for controlling and building future automobiles, aircraft, power grids, manufacturing plants, medical systems, and building systems. These new engineering systems integrate computing, communication, and control technologies. The symposium will address these next generation systems and their potential benefits to our society, economy, and the environment.

Agenda


Featured Speakers

David Corman

Program Director
Division of Computer and Network Systems
National Science Foundation

Vijay Kumar

UPS Foundation Professor
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics
Computer and Information Science
Electrical and Systems Engineering
University of Pennsylvania

John Stankovic

BP America Professor
Department of Computer Science
University of Virginia

P.R. Kumar

University Distinguished Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering
Texas A&M University


Online Registration

Registration is open to the public. To register online, please visit the link below.

Register Online


Recommended Hotels

Hilton College Station & Conference Center
801 University Drive East, College Station, Texas, 77840-2116
979-693-7500

Hyatt Place College Station
1100 University Drive East, College Station, Texas, 77840
979-846-9800

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites College Station
1203 University Drive East, College Station, Texas 77840
979-846-8700

Hampton Inn College Station
320 Texas Ave., S., College Station, Texas, 77840,
979-846-0184 


Additional Information

The Annenberg Presidential Conference Center is located adjacent to the George Bush President Library. Click here for directions.

For more information, please email us at naeregional@tamu.edu or call us (979) 862-1543.