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Complex Cyber Physical Systems: Present and Future Engineering Challenges

Release Date:
10/8/2012 9:00 AM
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Isaac Cohen, systems engineering, features Isaac Cohen

WHAT:

The Alvine Engineering Professional Effectiveness and Enrichment Program will present a lecture by Dr. Isaac Cohen on cyber physical systems (CPS). CPS is commonly defined as a system that tightly integrates the cyber world (computation, simulation, communication) and the physical world (actuation, sensing, manufacturing) for achieving a set of prescribed requirements and functionalities. CPS is redefining some core technical disciplines in systems engineering and create multidisciplinary technical opportunities for future scientific and engineering advances. In this presentation he will highlight these emerging technical challenges and illustrate these on an existing portfolio of technologies that are core to United Technologies products.

WHO:

Isaac Cohen is Director of the Systems Department at United Technology Research Center (UTRC), and Director of the UTRC Europe, based in Cork, Ireland. The Systems Department at UTRC develops expertise in controls, embedded systems, power electronics and decision support and optimization.  He is also the Director of the recently created UTRC Europe, which objective is developing a unique portfolio of research projects for energy management and security systems in collaboration with global industry and academic partners.

Dr. Cohen received his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics at University of Paris – Dauphine, and was an active participant in the academic field of computer vision and video surveillance for over 15 years. He held academic positions at Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et Automatique (INRIA), France, and at the Computer Science Department at University of Southern California. In 2010, he joined UTRC from Honeywell Labs in Minneapolis, where he led the research group focusing on video surveillance, biometrics and cyber security. Dr. Cohen continues to be an editor of the ACM Reviews, and serves on many conferences program committees in the field of computer.

WHEN:

Oct. 24, from 12:15 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.             

WHERE:

The Schumann Auditorium in the Tagliatela College of Engineering, Room B120, University of New Haven

FOR MORE INFORMATION:  Contact Ismail Orabi at iorabi@newhaven.edu

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