08/09 2pm: Seminar – Prof. Kyung-Joon Park from DGIST

Title: Cyber Physical Systems: A New Science for Convergence

Recently, the convergence of cyber and physical spaces has transformed
traditional embedded systems into cyber physical systems (CPS), which
are characterized by tight integration and coordination among
computation and physical processes by networking. In CPS, various
embedded devices with computational components are networked to
monitor, sense, and actuate physical elements in the real world.
Examples of CPS encompass a wide range of man-made systems such as
avionics, healthcare, transportation, automation, and smart grid
systems. In addition, the recent proliferation of smart phones and
mobile Internet devices equipped with multiple sensors can be
leveraged to enable mobile cyber-physical applications. In this
tutorial, we provide an overview of CPS by summarizing recent research
efforts and future opportunities for CPS.

Short Biography:
Kyung-Joon Park received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from the School of
Electrical Engineering and Ph.D. degree from the School of Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science, Seoul National University (SNU),
Korea. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of
Information and Communication Engineering, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute
of Science and Technology (DGIST), Daegu, Korea. He was a Postdoctoral
Research Associate in the Department of Computer Science, University
of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), IL, USA from 2006 to 2010. He
was with Samsung Electronics, Suwon, Korea as a Senior Engineer, from
2005 to 2006, and was a visiting graduate student in the Department of
Electrical and Computer Engineering, UIUC in 2001 and 2002.
His current research interests include modeling and analysis of cyber
physical systems and design of medical-grade protocols for wireless
healthcare systems. He is currently serving on the editorial boards of
Wiley Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies. He has
served as a TPC member of numerous international conferences on
wireless networking. He has been awarded the Samsung Human-Tech Thesis
Prize multiple times. He is also a recipient of the Gold Prize in the
Samsung InsideEdge Thesis Competition.