https://www.dagstuhl.de/19222

26. – 29. Mai 2019, Dagstuhl-Seminar 19222

Control of Networked Cyber-Physical Systems

Organisatoren

John S. Baras (University of Maryland – College Park, US)
Sandra Hirche (TU München, DE)
Kay Römer (TU Graz, AT)
Klaus Wehrle (RWTH Aachen University, DE)

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Shida Kunz zu administrativen Fragen

Michael Gerke zu wissenschaftlichen Fragen

Dokumente

Programm des Dagstuhl-Seminars (Hochladen)

(Zum Einloggen bitte Seminarnummer und Zugangscode verwenden)

Motivation

Production, transportation systems and various other parts of critical infrastructure such as energy grids have traditionally been controlled via self-contained, centralized systems continuously monitored and reconfigured by humans. The ever-growing complexity and integration of these Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs) into reconfigurable value chains (e.g. “Industrie 4.0”), however, require a radical change in control and communication strategies.

A shift towards real-time-capable communication systems for CPS control is required, however, can only be achieved by overcoming the traditionally loose coupling in the design of system components in networks (horizontal and vertical abstraction). Currently, the communication systems community as well as control systems researchers consider the components of the respective other field as a “black box” and abstract from their variations: Networks relay control system messages regardless their content and without being able to interpret their meaning and importance, while control systems only have very restricted notions of the system behavior on the network level. The question is how to derive generalizable co-design methods and metrics that support the development of universal networked CPSs. By taking information about the structure and capabilities of the network into consideration during development, control theory may be able to create distributed or more fault-tolerant control algorithms, while networks may in turn use additional knowledge about the control loops to avoid or mitigate situations of overload or decreasing channel qualities in settings with wireless control.

The purpose of this Dagstuhl Seminar is hence to enable a sharing of knowledge between the key communities relevant for the science of networked CPSs and cyber-physical networking (CPN) and to tackle the so-far strict abstractions and boundaries among the two key fields: control theory and communication. To this end, researchers from multiple fields, including computer science, communications, automation, control theory and from the application side shall be brought together in this seminar.

License
  Creative Commons BY 3.0 DE
  John S. Baras, Sandra Hirche, Kay Römer, and Klaus Wehrle

Classification

  • Modelling / Simulation
  • Networks
  • Optimization / Scheduling

Keywords

  • Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Cyber-Physical Networks
  • Communication
  • Control Theory

Buchausstellung

Bücher der Teilnehmer 

Buchausstellung im Erdgeschoss der Bibliothek

(nur in der Veranstaltungswoche).

Dokumentation

In der Reihe Dagstuhl Reports werden alle Dagstuhl-Seminare und Dagstuhl-Perspektiven-Workshops dokumentiert. Die Organisatoren stellen zusammen mit dem Collector des Seminars einen Bericht zusammen, der die Beiträge der Autoren zusammenfasst und um eine Zusammenfassung ergänzt.

 

Download Übersichtsflyer (PDF).

Publikationen

Es besteht weiterhin die Möglichkeit, eine umfassende Kollektion begutachteter Arbeiten in der Reihe Dagstuhl Follow-Ups zu publizieren.

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