CPS Week 2009 Workshop on Mixed Criticality

Roadmap to Evolving UAV Certification

Thursday April 16, 2009
hosted by the 15th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium (RTAS '09)
at Cyber-Physical Systems Week
April 13-16, 2009, San Francisco, CA, USA

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NEW! MCAR White Paper: A Research Agenda for Mixed-Criticality Systems.

Overview

This workshop will bring together those on the cutting edge of system development, who are encountering difficult verification and validation (V&V) and certification challenges, with researchers who are developing new approaches for the V&V and analysis of cyber physical systems (CPS). The goal is to help find common ground that could lead to affordable certification of next generation systems that strain existing certification and V&V approaches to make the desired new mixed criticality architecture paradigm a reality. An important part of this session will be panel discussions that provide an exchange of ideas among system developers, mixed criticality experts, and the CPS research community with the hope of spawning continued research and collaboration.

For further information, a presentation on Mixed Critical Architecture Requirements (MCAR) is available for download: MCAR overview BoF CPS PA approved.pdf (approved for public release).

Important Dates

Paper submissionMonday March 16, 2009 (Extended Deadline)
Acceptance notificationFriday March 20, 2009
Final papers dueMonday April 6, 2009
MCAR workshopThursday April 16, 2009

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