Venue

EITEC '15 is a workshop held at CPS Week 2015 in Seattle, Washington
Date: April 13, 2015

Location: Washington State Convention Center, Room 102

Important Date

Workshop:

April 13, 2015

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Call for Papers

The organizers invite contributions with a strong focus towards CPS that describe problem statements, trends, and emerging ideas in the engineering of CPS. The workshop defines 4 categories of submissions, targeted to address dedicated topic.

Paper Categories

Category 1: Problem Statements and emerging ideas

Submissions for this category shall describe open issues in the engineering of CPS of theoretical or practical nature and discuss / present corresponding solution ideas or describe industrial and academic challenges for the engineering of CPS.

Category 2: Demonstration papers

Submissions in this category will present and demonstrate prototypical features of development tools that address the specific challenges in engineering of CPS.

Category 3: Research Directions and trends

Submissions in this category shall discuss contributions that address proposals how to shape future research in the engineering of CPS.

Category 4: Empirical Evaluations

Submissions in this category shall discuss contributions that address empirical evaluation work related to future research in the engineering of CPS.

Topics

Topics for contributions in the aforementioned categories may include:

  • Engineering Paradigms: Model-based engineering, engineering methodologies, quality assurance techniques, engineering for adaptation, self* CPS, heterogeneous applications and platforms.
  • Modeling and Analysis: Multidisciplinary modeling and analysis, context-analysis and context-awareness, specification of requirements, functional analysis, verification and validation of safety, security, and timing properties.
  • Architectures: Scalable and evolvable system and software architectures, architectural design and languages.
  • Design Space Exploration (DSE) :(Multi-)objective analysis support for DSE of CPS.
  • Variability: Management, modelling and analysis for CPS.
  • Processes: Integrated processes based on the design-operation life-cycle continuum of CPS.
  • Industrial Practice: Experiences from efforts in the industry addressing the technological challenges that come with the introduction of CPS.
  • Empirical Evaluations: Results from empirical evaluations addressing the technological challenges that come with the introduction of CPS.

A .pdf version of this Call for Papers can be downloaded here.