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CfP Int. WS on Cyber-Physical Systems and Agents (CyPhySyA) as part of Multiagent System Technologies (MATES) and Joint Agent Workshops in Synergy (JAWS), Koblenz (Germany), 15th-19th Sept. 2013

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  • Rainer Unland
    First International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems and Agents (CyPhySyA) as part of the joint conference on Multiagent System Technologies (MATES) and
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      First International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems and Agents

                               (CyPhySyA)

                   as part of the joint conference on

                MultiagentSystem Technologies (MATES) and

                  JointAgent Workshops in Synergy (JAWS)

                Koblenz(Germany), 15th-19th Sept. 2013

       

       

      Links

      CyPhySyA:  http://www.icb.uni-due.de/cyphysya/

      MATES/JAWS:      http://www.mates2013.de/jaws/

      Informatik (GI conf.) 2013:      http://informatik2013.de/giconference.html

       

       

      Important dates

      Submission date               1 May 2013

      Notification date              7 June 2013

      Paper ready deadline       28 June 2013

      Conference dates             15-19 Sept. 2013

       

       

      Workshop motivation and topics

      The recent technological advances in wireless communications and the increasing availability of sensors, actuators, and mobile devices have created an exciting new ubiquitous computing environment that facilitates computing and communication services all the time and everywhere. This lays the foundation for so-called cyber-physical systems (CPS). These are integrations of computational, network, and physical systems, whose operations are monitored, coordinated, controlled and integrated by a computing and communication core. Relevant application areas are the areas of transportation, health-care, manufacturing, agriculture, energy, defense, aerospace, robotic and buildings. Cyber-physical systems have the potential to transform how we interact with the physical world around us. The design, implementation, verification and management of cyber-physical systems pose a multitude of technical challenges that need to be addressed by researchers from a multitude of different disciplines. Additionally, in any case, a paper to be acceptable needs to be related to agent-technology.

      Examples of areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

      • Architecture of CPS

      • Engineering design techniques and tools for CPS

      • Systems Software and Network Supports

      • Verification, Validation, and Certification of CPS:

      • Robustness and Safety of CPS

      • Real-time System Abstractions

      • Agents and Cyber-Physical Systems

      • CPS and QoS Composition Challenges

      • Real-Time Embedded Systems Abstractions

      • Interactions between engineering structures, information processing, humans and the physical world

      • Sensor and Mobile Networks

      • Education and Training

      • Computational Abstractions for CPS

      • SOAs and middleware for CPS

      • Security, privacy and trust in Cyber-Physical Systems

      • Applications of CPS in the areas of transportation, health-care, manufacturing, agriculture, energy, defense, aerospace, robotic and buildings

       

       

      Structure of CyPhySyA

      CyPhySyA will be a full-day workshop and will include several presentation sessions for the accepted paper as well as invited papers on topics of overall interest in order to kick off intense and lively discussions. It is intended to end the workshop with a panel/discussion round in which the relevant results of the workshop will be discussed.

       

       

      Review Process

      Submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least 3 Program Committee members. Selection criteria will include: relevance, significance, impact, originality, technical soundness, quality of presentation, practical applicability. Some preference may also be given to papers which address emergent trends or important common themes. In general, papers to be acceptable, must be of substantial relevance for the multi-agent systems research community.

       

       

      Journal publication of excellent papers

      It is intended to invite authors of excellent papers to submit an extended version of their paper to the IOS Multiagent and Grid Systems journal (MAGS). This journal has a high reputation and is often classified as a B-class journal. If enough high quality papers will be submitted it is planned to publish them as a special issue, otherwise as regular papers.

       

       

      Workshop organizers/PC Chairs

      Edward Curry, Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Ireland, edcurry at acm.org

      Huaglory Tianfield, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK, h.tianfield at gcal.ac.uk

      Rainer Unland (primary contact), University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, Rainer.Unland at icb.uni-due.de

       

       

      Program Committee

      Alois Ferscha, Institut für Pervasive Computing, Austria

      Amit P. Sheth, Wright State University, USA

      Andreas Oberweis, Uni Karlsruhe, Germany

      Dana Petcu, Western University of Timisoara, Romania

      Dominic Greenwood, Whitestein Technologies, Switzerland

      Shanmugasundaram Hariharan, TRP Engineering College (SRM), India

      Frances Brazier, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands

      Hong Zhu, Brookes University, UK

      Jiming Liu, Baptist University, Hong Kong

      Jörg Denzinger, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

      Martin Randles, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

      Max Mühlhäuser, TU Darmstadt, Germany

      Mohamed Elammari, Garyounis University, Libya

      Mohamed Essaaidi, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Morocco

      Otthein Herzog, University of Bremen, Germany

      Peter Novák, Czech Technical University, Czech Republic

      Pilar Herrero, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

      Radovan Cervencka, Whitestein Technologies, Switzerland

      Rainer Alt, University of Leipzig, Germany

      Reiner Wichert, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics IGD

      Rem Collier, UCD School of Computer Science and Informatics, Ireland

      Robert Tolksdorf, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

      Roy Sterrit, University of Ulster, UK

      Sebastian Stein, Southampton University, UK

      Tony Shan, Bank of America, USA

      Uwe Zdun, TU Vienna, Austria

      Zhiguo Gong, University of Macau, Macau (t.b.c.)

      Lau Hoong Chuin, Singapore Management University, Singapore (t.b.c.)

      -- 
      
      “Experience is this valuable asset which allows us to identify the 
      mistake immediately when we are doing it again and again!” 
      
      “Erfahrung ist jener kostbare Besitz, der uns befähigt, einen Fehler 
      sofort zu erkennen, wenn wir ihn immer wieder machen.” 
      
      
      ************************************************************************** 
      Prof. Dr. Rainer Unland 
      University of Duisburg-Essen 
      Institute for Computer Science and Business Information Systems (ICB) 
      Practical Computer Science, especially Data Management Systems and 
      Knowledge Representation 
      Schuetzenbahn 70 
      45117 Essen, Germany 
      Tel.: (+49) 201-183 3421 
      IP-Tel. Skype: unlandr Fax: (+49) 201-183 4460 
      Email: Rainer.Unland at icb.uni-due.de 
      WWW: http://www.dawis.wiwi.uni-due.de/ 
      ***************************************************************************
      
    • Rainer Unland
      First International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems and Agents (CyPhySyA) as part of the joint conference on Multiagent System Technologies (MATES) and
      Message 2 of 2 , May 8, 2013
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        First International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems and Agents

                                 (CyPhySyA)

                     as part of the joint conference on

                  MultiagentSystem Technologies (MATES) and

                    JointAgent Workshops in Synergy (JAWS)

                  Koblenz(Germany), 15th-19th Sept. 2013

         

         

        Links

        CyPhySyA:  http://www.icb.uni-due.de/cyphysya/

        MATES/JAWS:      http://www.mates2013.de/jaws/

        Informatik (GI conf.) 2013:      http://informatik2013.de/giconference.html

         

         

        Important dates

        Submission date              15 May 2013  ****new deadline****

        Notification date             7 June 2013

        Paper ready deadline      28 June 2013

        Conference dates            15-19 Sept. 2013

         

         

        Workshop motivation and topics

        The recent technological advances in wireless communications and the increasing availability of sensors, actuators, and mobile devices have created an exciting new ubiquitous computing environment that facilitates computing and communication services all the time and everywhere. This lays the foundation for so-called cyber-physical systems (CPS). These are integrations of computational, network, and physical systems, whose operations are monitored, coordinated, controlled and integrated by a computing and communication core. Relevant application areas are the areas of transportation, health-care, manufacturing, agriculture, energy, defense, aerospace, robotic and buildings. Cyber-physical systems have the potential to transform how we interact with the physical world around us. The design, implementation, verification and management of cyber-physical systems pose a multitude of technical challenges that need to be addressed by researchers from a multitude of different disciplines. Additionally, in any case, a paper to be acceptable needs to be related to agent-technology.

        Examples of areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

        • Architecture of CPS

        • Engineering design techniques and tools for CPS

        • Systems Software and Network Supports

        • Verification, Validation, and Certification of CPS:

        • Robustness and Safety of CPS

        • Real-time System Abstractions

        • Agents and Cyber-Physical Systems

        • CPS and QoS Composition Challenges

        • Real-Time Embedded Systems Abstractions

        • Interactions between engineering structures, information processing, humans and the physical world

        • Sensor and Mobile Networks

        • Education and Training

        • Computational Abstractions for CPS

        • SOAs and middleware for CPS

        • Security, privacy and trust in Cyber-Physical Systems

        • Applications of CPS in the areas of transportation, health-care, manufacturing, agriculture, energy, defense, aerospace, robotic and buildings

         

         

        Structure of CyPhySyA

        CyPhySyA will be a full-day workshop and will include several presentation sessions for the accepted paper as well as invited papers on topics of overall interest in order to kick off intense and lively discussions. It is intended to end the workshop with a panel/discussion round in which the relevant results of the workshop will be discussed.

         

         

        Review Process

        Submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least 3 Program Committee members. Selection criteria will include: relevance, significance, impact, originality, technical soundness, quality of presentation, practical applicability. Some preference may also be given to papers which address emergent trends or important common themes. In general, papers to be acceptable, must be of substantial relevance for the multi-agent systems research community.

         

         

        Journal publication of excellent papers

        It is intended to invite authors of excellent papers to submit an extended version of their paper to the IOS Multiagent and Grid Systems journal (MAGS). This journal has a high reputation and is often classified as a B-class journal. If enough high quality papers will be submitted it is planned to publish them as a special issue, otherwise as regular papers.

         

         

        Workshop organizers/PC Chairs

        Edward Curry, Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Ireland, edcurry at acm.org

        Huaglory Tianfield, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK, h.tianfield at gcal.ac.uk

        Rainer Unland (primary contact), University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, Rainer.Unland at icb.uni-due.de

         

         

        Program Committee

        Alois Ferscha, Institut für Pervasive Computing, Austria

        Amit P. Sheth, Wright State University, USA

        Andreas Oberweis, Uni Karlsruhe, Germany

        Dana Petcu, Western University of Timisoara, Romania

        Dominic Greenwood, Whitestein Technologies, Switzerland

        Shanmugasundaram Hariharan, TRP Engineering College (SRM), India

        Frances Brazier, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands

        Hong Zhu, Brookes University, UK

        Jiming Liu, Baptist University, Hong Kong

        Jörg Denzinger, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

        Martin Randles, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

        Max Mühlhäuser, TU Darmstadt, Germany

        Mohamed Elammari, Garyounis University, Libya

        Mohamed Essaaidi, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Morocco

        Otthein Herzog, University of Bremen, Germany

        Peter Novák, Czech Technical University, Czech Republic

        Pilar Herrero, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

        Radovan Cervencka, Whitestein Technologies, Switzerland

        Rainer Alt, University of Leipzig, Germany

        Reiner Wichert, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics IGD

        Rem Collier, UCD School of Computer Science and Informatics, Ireland

        Robert Tolksdorf, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

        Roy Sterrit, University of Ulster, UK

        Sebastian Stein, Southampton University, UK

        Tony Shan, Bank of America, USA

        Uwe Zdun, TU Vienna, Austria

        Zhiguo Gong, University of Macau, Macau (t.b.c.)

        Lau Hoong Chuin, Singapore Management University, Singapore (t.b.c.)

        -- 
        
        “Experience is this valuable asset which allows us to identify the 
        mistake immediately when we are doing it again and again!” 
        
        “Erfahrung ist jener kostbare Besitz, der uns befähigt, einen Fehler 
        sofort zu erkennen, wenn wir ihn immer wieder machen.” 
        
        
        ************************************************************************** 
        Prof. Dr. Rainer Unland 
        University of Duisburg-Essen 
        Institute for Computer Science and Business Information Systems (ICB) 
        Practical Computer Science, especially Data Management Systems and 
        Knowledge Representation 
        Schuetzenbahn 70 
        45117 Essen, Germany 
        Tel.: (+49) 201-183 3421 
        IP-Tel. Skype: unlandr Fax: (+49) 201-183 4460 
        Email: Rainer.Unland at icb.uni-due.de 
        WWW: http://www.dawis.wiwi.uni-due.de/ 
        ***************************************************************************
        


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