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Researchers from 4 partner universities gather to discuss resilience in CPS

Researchers from 4 partner universities gather to discuss resilience in CPS

Author: Tom Ratkus
Event Date: January 26, 2024
Hosted By: CRISP
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Subset of the CPS team
Collaborating researchers from 4 universities gathered at Purdue to discuss project ideas in resilient Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). The four universities represented were Purdue, University of Southern California, Georgia Tech, and University of Wisconsin at Madison.

The discussion focused on how to architect and then deploy and maintain large-scale CPS where there are multiple owners and stakeholders. An archetypical example of such an interconnected CPS is Connected and Autonomous Tranportation where autonomous vehicles coordinate with roadside and backend infrastructure.

The meeting involved experts on the analytical side of resilience, those working on the systems and security side, those who maintain testbeds and are experts in experimental evaluaton, plus domain experts from the transportation domain. The participants included: Saurabh Bagchi, Somali Chaterji, Shreyas Sundaram, Aravind Machiry, Tim Cason, Carla Zoltowski (Purdue University); Saman Zonouz, Sam Coogan (Georgia Tech); Ramesh Govindan, Feng Qian (University of Southern California; Yin Li (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Dr. Fan Bai (General Motors); Nathan Sturdevant (INDOT). The discussions spanned two days, January 25-26.

The team is continuing its collaboration hoping to make progress on the resilience of such security-critical and safety-critical CPS application domains.