RBCCPS started to offer an interdisciplinary PhD program in the area of cyber-physical systems (CPS) in 2017 and ten PhD students have been selected. There will be a new call for PhD students in 2018 and we will inform you here when an application will be possible.

About CPS
The domain of cyber-physical systems goes beyond the traditional computer control of machinery and now encompasses the interplay of computing systems with large scale, complex, physical systems like buildings, traffic systems, cities or river systems. These are complex system of systems with many interacting components and in general have been difficult to analyze and manage. However, with recent advances in technologies for sensing and communication, it is now possible to monitor such systems, their components and their dynamics with unprecedented, high resolutions. This opens up numerous research opportunities to study these systems, understand them and eventually better control and engineer them.

For more information, please have a look at our research areas as well as research projects.

B.E./B.Tech. or equivalent degree in any branch of Engineering or
Master’s degree in Engineering/Technology or
M.Sc. or equivalent degree in Physics/Mathematics/Electronics/Statistics/Computer Science or
Graduates of 4-year Bachelor of Science programmes