Antsaklis gives Keynote Address at the 2012 NSF CPS PI Meeting
Panos Antsaklis delivered the Science Keynote Address titled, “Cyber-Physical Systems Design Using Dissipativity and Symmetry, ” at the 2012 NSF Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) Principal Investigator Meeting in Washington D.C., October 3-5, 2012. The audience of about 300 consisted of the PIs of CPS projects supported by the National Science Foundation in this multi-million initiative now in its third year. In addition to NSF program managers there were participants from many government agencies that have an interest in CPS including OSTP, NIH, DOD, DARPA, DOE, NIST, FDA, FAA, FHWA, NASA, NSA in addition to companies such as GM, Ford, Chrysler, Microsoft, National Instruments and representatives from foreign funding agencies, the EU and Japan and foreign universities from Germany, Sweden, China, and Japan.
More information about this CPS meeting may be found at the CPS PI Meeting website URL http://cps-vo.org/group/pimtg12/program