Some people see things others cannot, and they are right, and we call them creative geniuses. Some people see things others cannot, and they are wrong, and we call them mentally ill.
- Nancy Andreasen
Arvind Easwaran is an Assistant Professor in the School of Computer Science and Engineering at NTU, Singapore. He received a PhD degree in Computer and Information Science from the University of Pennsylvania, USA, in 2008. Prior to joining NTU in 2013, he has been an Invited Research Scientist in the Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal, during 2009-2010 and a R&D Scientist in Honeywell, USA, during 2011-2012.
Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) encompass systems in which the cyber world of computation and communication closely interacts with the physical world of sensors and actuators. These are highly networked and deeply embedded systems such as those found in modern day aircrafts, automotives, factories, medical devices, smart phones, electric grids, etc. From driver-less cars and air traffic management using sense and avoid, to plug-and-play operating rooms and smart electric grids that integrate traditional and renewable energy sources, intelligent automation of an enormous scale is finding its way into many of these systems.
Arvind's current research interests are in the design of cyber-infrastructures for CPS, especially for systems with time-critical functionalities. His research themes can be broadly classified as follows:
For further details, please visit CPS Research Group @ SCSE,NTU.
Steering CommitteeIEEE International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems, Networks and Applications (CPSNA), 2014-.
Conference Chair, Editorial Board
Conference Technical Program Committee