Sweden, Stockholm

Summer Shool on Cyber Physical Systems

when 10 June 2019 - 14 June 2019
language English
duration 1 week
credits 2 EC
fee EUR 1160

This CPS Summer School thematically focuses specifically on trustworthy highly autonomous CPS and brings together multiple perspectives to this theme. These perspectives encompass theoretical foundations, engineering challenges and socio-technical considerations - all of which represent areas where new ground needs to be broken. By trustworthiness we refer to a number of properties that we generally would like to see exhibited by a system for us to trust it. In the context of this course, we mainly refer to safety (”do not harm people”) and security (”do not allow hackers to violate the system”) - and more generally, understanding the correponding risks since future CPS will neither be absolutely safe nor secure. Also, other related (or derived) properties will be touched upon including availability, reliability, resilience, robustness, predictability, and privacy.

Course leader

Martin Törngren

Target group

The Summer School is intended for professionals from industry (engineers, researchers, and managers) and academics (including doctoral students). While the school is broadly open, an engineering background or corresponding experience is highly recommended to be able to appreciate the topics treated.

Course aim

Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) integrate computation, networking and physical processes to provide products and services that are autonomous, intelligent, connected and collaborative. Technology advances is now paving the way for a new era of Cyber-Physical Systems of Systems (CPSoS) that will have unprecedented capabilities but also unprecedented corresponding technological complexity – representing an ongoing technological shift with corresponding socio-technical implications.

Fee info

EUR 1160: With Early bird registration (ending February 28) students (MSc, PhD) pay 590 EURO, Academics pay 950 EURO and Industry participants pay 1160 EURO
EUR 1160: With normald registration (ending April 30) students (MSc, PhD) pay 690 EURO, Academics pay 950 EURO and Industry participants pay 1160 EURO.

For late registration (after April 30) students (MSc, PhD) pay 790 EURO, Academics pay 950 EURO and Industry participants pay 1160 EURO.