Professor Hermann Kopetz to visit ISIS for Seminar Course

Professor Hermann Kopetz from the Technical University of Vienna, will be at ISIS the week of October 18-22 and offers a seminar course as a trial run of his new book on Real Time Systems Design.


Csaba Szepesvari Visits from the University of Alberta

Csaba Szepesvari will be visiting ISIS October 11-13, 2010.  While here, he will doing a presentation called "How to choose cakes (if you must?)--Advice from statistics.


Congratulations to Professor Janos Sztipanovits, newly elected member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Janos Sztipanovits, E. Bronson Ingram Distinguished Professor of Engineering, has been elected an External Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Engineering Sciences Section.  Eminent Hungarian scholars with outstanding achievements in their fields who live in foreign countries, may be elected to the HAS by their colleagues who are full or corresponding members of the Academy.

Paper Awards for 2010

Two ISIS students were recently recognized for accomplishments in their respective fields.

Shooter Location System

Akos Ledeczi and Ken Pence were featured on Nashville Channel 5 news discussing the wearable shooter location system developed at ISIS.

CPS Principal Investigator Meeting

The CPS Principal Investigator Meeting provides a forum for a wide range of stakeholders in academia, industry and federal agencies to review new developments in CPS foundations, to identify new, emerging applications, and to discuss technology gaps and barriers.

Secure Electronic Health Program

 ISIS to partner with VU Medical Center and other universities for digital health record security and privacy program.

Full article may be found here.

ISIS Prof. Aniruddha Gokhale promoted

Our own Aniruddha Gokhale has been promoted to Associate Professor with tenure of Vanderbilt's School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

Prof. Paul Hudak Talk April 16th.

In this talk we discuss the design rationale for Euterpea, describe its basic functionality, and highlight some of its more innovative features.

NSF Locates National Resource for Cyber-Physical Systems Research at ISIS

The Virtual Organization for Cyber-Physical Research - The objective of the CPS “virtual organization” (CPS-VO) is to actively build and support the multidisciplinary community needed to underpin this new research discipline and enable international and interagency collaboration on CPS. In support of this, VO-CyPhER will work with the CPS-VO community to foster community building, knowledge sharing, and collaboration.