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Trans-Atlantic Modelling and Simulation For Cyber-Physical Systems

Objective

Smart systems, in which sophisticated software/hardware is embedded in physical systems are part of everyday life. From simple products with embedded decision making software to massive systems in which hundreds of systems, each with hundreds or thousands of embedded processors, interoperate, the growth of cyber-physical systems (CPS) is likely to accelerate. For Europe to benefit from this expansion, while avoiding the pitfalls that such complexity creates, there must be advances in the modelling and simulation (M&S) of CPS. Collaborative research with the US will be an opportunity to advance European M&S capabilities for CPS. The overall aim of TAMS4CPS is to lay the foundations for concrete EU-US collaboration in modelling and simulation for cyber-physical systems. To achieve this, Loughborough and Newcastle Universities (M&S) will work with Steinbeis Innovation (road mapping) and leading researchers in the field at top US universities to create:
- A strategic research and collaboration agenda, endorsed by researchers in EU and US
- A set of test cases for model developers to perform collaborative evaluation
- A state of the art web-based report to act as a baseline for collaborative research
Taking a consultative approach, we will engage industry and academic researchers and M&S users in workshops and web-based meetings to prioritise M&S research challenges and to create a constituency of future collaboration partners for pre-competitive research in the Artemis themes, of:
- Architectures principles and models for safe secure Cyber-Physical Systems
- Systems design, modelling and virtual engineering for Cyber-Physical Systems
- Autonomous adaptive and cooperative of Cyber-Physical Systems
- Computing platforms and energy management for Cyber-Physical Systems
To which is added the exploitation and enabling theme of:
- Integration of socio/legal/governance models within modelling frameworks
Thus, this project directly addresses European priorities in CPS.

Call for proposal

H2020-ICT-2014-1
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Funding Scheme

CSA - Coordination and support action

Coordinator

LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY
Address
Ashby Road
LE11 3TU Loughborough
United Kingdom
Activity type
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
EU contribution
€ 158 618,75

Participants (3)

STEINBEIS INNOVATION GGMBH

Participation ended

Germany
EU contribution
€ 55 745,31
Address
Willi Bleicher Strasse 19
70174 Stuttgart
Activity type
Research Organisations
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
United Kingdom
EU contribution
€ 127 625
Address
Kings Gate
NE1 7RU Newcastle Upon Tyne
Activity type
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
STEINBEIS 2I GMBH
Germany
EU contribution
€ 57 660,69
Address
Kienestrasse 35
70174 Stuttgart
Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)