We established the Penn Research in Embedded Computing and Integrated Systems Engineering (PRECISE) center in 2008 to leverage our members’ expertise in the theoretical and engineering foundations of cyber-physical systems (CPS). The center serves as the convergence of related research efforts by affiliated faculty spanning the CPS domain. In the short time since its creation, our genesis has flourished into a multimillion dollar research center yielding diverse scientific developments. Currently, PRECISE researchers are actively collaborating with CPS application-area experts to develop next generation medical systems, automotive systems, green energy buildings, and consumer electronics.
PRECISE strives to provide an enriching and integrative environment that fosters interaction among students, researchers, visitors, faculty, and CPS industry leaders. In doing so, we seek not only to improve the world around us but also to cultivate a workforce that is well-poised to face the future research and development challenges of the CPS field.
Thank you for taking the time to explore PRECISE. I extend a personal invitation for you to visit the center and meet with me and our faculty to learn more about our cutting-edge endeavors in CPS research, innovation, and education.
Insup Lee, Ph.D.
Director, PRECISE Center
University of Pennsylvania