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TECoSA Course Module “Trustworthiness and Dependability in Edge-based CPS” (1/2)
February 24, 2022, 09:00 – 12:00
Attendance is free to all TECoSA members. To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org stating which module(s) you wish to take. Alternatively, calendar invitations will be issued to everyone on the tecosa-all mailing list. You can register by accepting the invitations that are of interest to you. (This module runs on more than one date – please be sure to accept all the relevant invitations.)
Format: Two half-day workshops, plus preparation and homework
Location: KTH Campus, with “join on-line” option
Timing: Thurs 24 Feb kl.9-12 CET and Thurs 3 March kl.9-12 CET
Module led by: KTH: Martin Törngren (email@example.com)
Content: An overview of established views and definitions; relationships between concepts; trends; “schools”. Flipped class-room sessions (with preparation + assignment); discussion; collaborative effort to create a web/wiki page with “TECoSA” key concepts.
Abstract: As Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs) become smarter, more automated, connected and collaborating, their new capabilities provide unprecedented opportunities for innovation in a large number of industrial and societal domains. As the same time, future CPS will incorporate a computing continuum, from smart devices over the edge to the cloud, often forming part of systems of systems. As such future CPS are adopted (in industry, society and infrastructures), we will even more than now be relying on their availability and correct functioning. This implies that various failures, intrusions, and non-intended features, misuse, and negative emergent behavior may have very drastic effects on our lives. Trustworthiness and dependability thus become key requirements for future CPS.