Tue09May2017Thu29Jun2017Robert Bosch Centre for Cyber-Physical Systems, Hands-on LabShow details
Instructor: Professor Abd-El-Kader Sahraoui, University of Toulouse and Laboratory for Analysis and Architecture of Systems (LAAS-CNRS)
Lectures: 10.00-12.00 pm on 9, 16, 23 and 30 May (Tuesdays)
Lab: 4.00-7.00 pm on 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 and 29 June (Tuesdays and Thursdays)
The course will give an introduction to Systems Engineering in the CPS context by discussing the following topics:
- Introduction to Systems Engineering
- Processes and associated standards
- Requirements Engineering
- Process conceptions and architectures
- Validation and verification
- Case studies
- Cyber-Physical Systems
During the lab, two students will work on applying the development methodology and prototyping to applications in the following domains:
- Intelligent transport systems
- CPS applications
- Distributed computer control and IoT
- Programming embedded systems on TI Tiva
Basic knowledge on hardware, software and control systems
Unfortunately, the maximum number of participants already registered.
Mon05Jun2017Fri30Jun2017Robert Bosch Centre for Cyber-Physical Systems, Hands-on LabShow details
Instructor: Dr Arun Babu
Every Monday and Friday, starting 5 June (5, 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26 and 30 June), 10.30-12.30
Cybersecurity deals with processes, techniques, and tools to protect computers and networks from unauthorized access and attacks. This course deals with practical aspects of cybersecurity and teaches various types of attacks and mechanisms to prevent them.
The following topics will be discussed:
- Attacks and attackers
- Safe and secure coding practices
- Basics of cryptography
- OS security
- Web security
- Network security
- Security through obscurity
- Cybersecurity in India,
- Case studies
Knowledge of computer programming and computer networks, familiarity with UNIX like OS, such as Linux/*BSD/Solaris
Mon05Jun201711-12 pmRobert Bosch Centre for Cyber-Physical Systems, Seminar HallShow details
Vector Space Models represent words in a high dimensional space where “semantically” similar words are mapped to neighboring points. Such techniques have a long, rich history in the field of Natural Language Processing (NLP), but all methods depend in some way or another on the Distributional Hypothesis, which states that words that appear in the same contexts share semantic meaning. Here we share our experience in one such Predictive model, Word2vec Skip-Gram, a particularly computationally-efficient scheme for learning word embeddings from raw text.
The shallow neural network implementation of the model applied to a large Life Science corpus results in a Semantic Bio-Knowledge Graph of nodes (corresponding to words/phrases) and edge weights determined by metrics such as the Cosine Distance between vector pairs. We explore various properties exhibited by the Semantic Bio-Knowledge graph and highlight early results that suggest novel associations that are incipient from the data (such as between genes/diseases, drugs/genes, genes/genes etc.). In particular, the Temporal Analysis of the graph yields robust predictions of certain associations well ahead of their actual occurrence in the primary literature. We believe that a larger distributed software system, nferX, built on this model can augment knowledge synthesis and hypothesis generation in an era of exponentially growing literature.
About the Speaker
Murali Aravamudan is a serial entrepreneur, inventor and engineer who built successful technology companies in the Media and Telecom ecosystems. Murali is currently the Founder of the Life Sciences venture nference, whose mission is to improve clinical outcomes and commercial decisions through a large scale Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology platform. Murali is a technology pioneer having authored 95 US patents and more than 100 pending patents in the areas of search, personalization, conversational interfaces, data networking, telephony and, more recently, computational biology, pharmaceutical drug discovery and molecular diagnostics.
Earlier in his career, Murali served as Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of the Communications Software Business at Lucent Technologies and as a department head of Communications Software Research at Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill.
Tue06Jun2017Tue25Jul2017Robert Bosch Centre for Cyber-Physical Systems, Hands-on LabShow details
Instructor: Darshak Vasavada
Every Tuesday in June (6, 13, 20, 27) and July (4, 11, 18, 25)
Lectures from 5.00-7.00 pm and Lab from 7.00-7.30 pm
Students are expected to work on the problems and platforms at home
The course is aimed for students from various fields, who do not have prior experience in electronics or programming but are interested in developing embedded systems specific to their field of technology. This course will enable students from various Science and Engineering branches to build simple embedded systems, or effectively team up with Electronics and Computer Science engineers to build embedded systems with higher complexity.
The following topics will be discussed:
- Microprocessor basics
- Introduction to programming
- Structure of a stand-alone system
- Programming I/O devices
- Communication between devices
- Communication with the external world
- Students presentations
None. However, exposure to some programming language will be useful. If not, the student may have to put in a extra effort to learn simple programming.
Wed21Jun201710.00-15.00Robert Bosch Centre for Cyber-Physical SystemsShow details
On 21 June the Robert Bosch Centre for Cyber-Physical Systems will organise the 1st CPS Day, where we invite all recipients of the MTech Project Awards and of the Young Faculty Awards to present their research to the interested public.
For more information, please visit: www.rbccps.org/events/cps-day
Wed19Jul2017Fri21Jul2017Satish Dhawan Auditorium, Indian Institute of ScienceShow details
The Symposium on Cyber Physical Systems is to bring eminent researchers in the area of CPS to Bangalore, have them interact with students and researchers from all over India, share ideas and interesting applications, and identify challenging future CPS research directions. We are organising six thematic sessions over three days. Each session will have three talks.
The tentative sessions are:
- CPS Applications in Autonomous Systems and Robotics
- Control and Optimization for Smart Grids and Transportation
- Software Engineering for CPS
- Molecular Sensing and Machine Olfaction
- Hybrid Systems and Control
- CPS Security
For more information, please visit the Symposium website.
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