CS591CAS : Autonomous & Cyber-Physical Systems Seminar


CS591CAS is the weekly research reading seminar for autonomous cyber-physical systems. We select contemporary papers of interest and students lead discussions of them each week. If you interested in getting 1 credit for attending this seminar, please collect the Late-add forms that we will be having in the class. Fill it in, get a signature from Prof. Sibin Mohan and handover to the CS department office at Siebel Center.

Welcome to the Spring '19 offering of CS591CAS. The seminar is an opportunity for faculty and students of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to come together, discuss academic research and state of the art industry practices in the domain of Autonomous Cyber-Physical Systems.

Time/Venue :

Every Wednesday at CSL-301 from 4pm to 4:50pm (Siebel 3401 on Feb 6 & CSL Studio 1232 on Feb 27).


# Date Paper Title Slides Speaker
1 Feb 6 Cyber security threat analysis and modeling of an unmanned aerial vehicle system Slides Kyo Hyun Kim
2 Feb 13 Learning and control using gaussian processes: towards bridging machine learning and controls for physical systems Slides Ashish Kashinath
3 Feb 20 Center for Autonomy Distinguished Lecture Series : "What's hard in self driving?" ( Talk at NCSA Auditorium) Brandon Basso, Director of Autonomy, Uber Advanced Technologies Group (ATG)
4 Feb 27 SkyCore: Moving Core to the Edge for Untethered and Reliable UAV-based LTE Networks Hongpeng Guo
5 Mar 6 Leaking your engine speed by spectrum analysis of real-time scheduling sequences Chien-Ying Chen
6 Mar 13 A Container-based DoS Attack-Resilient Control Framework for Real-Time UAV Systems Jiyang Chen
7 Mar 27 The Architectural Implications of Autonomous Driving: Constraints and Acceleration Slides Ayoosh Bansal
8 Apr 3 No Meeting today
9 Apr 10 Fast LIDAR Localization using Multiresolution Gaussian Mixture Maps Ashwin Kanhere
10 Apr 17 Neuroflight: Next Generation Flight Control Firmware
ApNet: Approximation-Aware Real-Time Neural Network
Ashish Kashinath, Kyo Kim
11 Apr 24 Making OpenVX Really "Real Time" Slides Ayoosh Bansal
12 May 1 No Meeting Today due to students being busy with Finals & Projects.