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EU-US Workshop on Wirelessly Networked Embedded Systems

10. 07. 2007

These wirelessly networked embedded systems will bridge the physical world of sensory data and the virtual world of digital information.

The workshop brings together leading international researchers in different disciplines from both academia and industry to articulate key challenges and identify core research issues in the areas of Technology (Low-power wireless design, Energy Storage, Sensors and Actuators), Networked Systems (Distributed control, Networking Protocols, Real-time Control, Formal Models), Security and future Applications.

The Edinburgh workshop is sponsored jointly by the Research Consortium in Speckled Computing ( and the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society ( at the University of California, Berkeley, and supported by the EU Information Society Technologies (Seventh Framework), the UK Research Councils, the US National Science Foundation (NSF), and the Scottish Funding Council.

The theme of the Edinburgh workshop is “Cyber-Physical Systems and Beyond” – a topic that has excited enormous interest and launched research initiatives on both sides of the Atlantic Sensor-actuator networks sense and effect the physical world under program control. In the future, pervasive autonomous sensor-actuator networks will infuse sensing, processing, networking and actuating capabilities in the environment and into the fabric of everyday life.


Summer School 27 May to 2 June, 2007 Fréjus, France

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