Class 18896 CS 8501 - 001 (Lecture)
Special Topics in Computer Science
Topic Cyber Physical Systems and the Internet of Things
Instructor John Stankovic
John StankovicMoWe 2:00pm - 3:15pmRice Hall 340
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Enrollment: (Show Graph) 7 students (capacity 25)
Status: Open, Waitlist Available When Full
Units: 3
Meeting Dates: 01/13/2020 - 04/28/2020
Class Components: Lecture Required
Enrollment Requirements: NRT students
Requirement Designation: None
Class Attributes: None
Grading: Graded
SIS Description: Special Topics in Computer Science
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Description By the end of 2020, the Internet will have 20-50 billion devices attached to it. Eventually, there will be an Internet of Trillions of Things (IOTT). For this to be accomplished requires major new research breakthroughs. This class will study various research papers that have the potential to support the IOTT and involve CPS research. The papers are grouped into IOT Architectures and Scaling, Wireless Communications, Machine Learning, Cognitive Assistance, Security, and two CPS application areas: Smart Cities and Smart Health.

This class is run as a seminar and targeted for graduate students interested in research in IOTT and Cyber Physical Systems (CPS). It is an in-depth class for the NSF funded NRT program, but it is open to all SEAS graduate students. Research paradigms, techniques for invention, and some hands-on experiences are also included in the class. Since students are presenting papers the class has a limited enrollment.

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