11 April 2011

Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)

Platform Technologies Research Institute is hosting a Distinguished Lecture presented by Professor Tharam S Dillon.


Event details

Title:

Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)

Person:

Professor Tharam S Dillon

Digital Ecosystems and Business Intelligence Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth

Date:

2012-04-26

Time:

11.00am – 12.30pm

Location:

RMIT University, Research Lounge, Building 8, Level 5, City Campus


Further details

Abstract

The very recent development of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) provides a smart infrastructure connecting abstract computational artifacts with the physical world. However, building CPS requires new theories and engineering practices that model cyber and physical resources in a unified framework, a challenge that none of the current approaches are able to tackle. The solution to CPS must break the boundary between the cyber world and the physical world by providing a unified infrastructure that permits integrated models addressing issues from both worlds simultaneously.

In this lecture, we propose to use the Web-of-Things (WoT) framework to realize the notion of CPS. A case study is presented based on the WoT framework for building CPS.  Grand challenges to computer science are raised at the end.

About the presenter

Professor Tharam S. Dillon has published more than 800 papers in international conferences and journals, eight authored books and six edited books. His work has over 5800 citations and he has an H-Index of 36 (source Google Scholar).

His research interests include Cyber Physical Systems, Data mining, Neural Networks, Web semantics, ontologies, Internet computing, cloud computing, hybrid neurosymbolic systems, software engineering, database systems and power systems computation.

Professor Dillon is a Life Fellow of the IEEE (USA) as well as a Fellow of ACS and IEAust.

He has researched issues relating to Advanced Analytics and Advanced Data Mining using a wide range of techniques for over 30 years.

Specifically he proposed the first method for XML Data Mining which was able to mine structures.

He developed the most widely used methods for Load forecasting, System Price forecasting in deregulated systems and Medium Term Economic Production Planning for Hydro Thermal Systems.

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