CyPhy'14 brings together researchers and practitioners working on modeling, simulation, and evaluation of CPS, based on a broad interpretation of these areas, to collect and exchange expertise from a diverse set of disciplines. The workshop places particular focus is on techniques and components to enable and support virtual prototyping and testing.
Topics of of interest include, but are not limited to: autonomous systems, case studies, communications, cooperative systems, control theory, embedded software, ethics, foundations, game theory, healthcare and medical applications, human factors, human-in-the-loop issues, hybrid automata and systems, industrial applications, intelligent and smart systems, mechatronics, methodology, mobility, model validation, modeling, models of computation, power and energy management, privacy, robotics, security, simulation, co-simulation, stochastic methods, tools, transportation and aerospace systems, transportation systems, uncertainty methods, validated numerics, verification, and virtual prototyping.Proceedings will be published with the ACM, and will appear in the ACM Digital Library.
Submissions can be in any one of several categories, including 1) regular research paper, 2) work in progres, 3) tutorial paper, 4) tool demonstration, 5) position paper, and 6) extended abstract. Regular research papers will be judged for technical novelty and scientific merit. Any previous publication in any form must be explicitly identified and cited on the first page of the submission. Papers in all other categories will be judged on clarity, accessibility, and suitability for a high quality presentation and discussion at the workshop. Except for regular research papers, the paper category must be indicated at the end of the title in parenthesis at the time of the initial submission and in the final camera ready version. Initial and camera-ready submission should be in an approved ACM conference style:
With the exception of extended abstracts, papers can be up to four pages long. Extended abstracts must be one page long. All accepted papers will receive the same amount of time for presentation and discussion at the workshop. Submissions should be made online using the EasyChair system through the following page: