The ACM Future of Computing Academy (ACM-FCA) is a new initiative created by ACM to support and foster the next generation of computing professionals. The Academy is a platform that enables the next generation of researchers, practitioners, educators and entrepreneurs to develop a coherent and influential voice that addresses challenging issues facing the field and society in general. The ACM-FCA will seek to harness collective action to define and launch new ACM initiatives that will carry us into the future.
Linh will engage in activities for the benefit of the next generation of computing professionals.
Insup Lee, Ph.D., gave keynote talk "Security of Cyber-Physical Systems: Challenges and Approaches" at HotSoS on 4 April 2017.
Congratulations to George Pappas - he is the winner of the Provost’s Distinguished PhD Teaching and Mentoring Award.
While the saying “timing is everything” is appropriate in any number of situations, in the world of cyber-physical systems, it’s more literal than most. Such systems are at the heart of technology where the difference of a second is the difference between life and death.
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and Washington University have developed a new real-time scheduler for the popular Xen hypervisor.
Rahul is the Penn Director for a new $14MM DoT National University Transportation Center called Mobility21 focused on technologies for safe and efficient mobility of people and goods.
Rajeev Alur, Zisman Family Professor, has been inducted into the American Association for the Advancement of Science as a Fellow, for fundamental contributions to logics, models and analysis techniques for real-time and hybrid systems. Congratulations to him on this well-deserved recognition!
Insup Lee delivers the keynote talk, Internet of Medical Things to Enable Medical Cyber-Physical Systems, at the 1st IEEE International Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems and Engineering Technologies, Washington DC, June 28, 2016.
Penn’s Distributed Systems Lab has received a three-year, $3.5 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA), under the DARPA XD3 program, to develop fundamentally new defenses against distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks that can provide far greater resilience to these attacks than existing solutions.