Resilient Cyber-Physical Systems Lab

2352 A.V. Williams Building

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The Resilient Cyber-Physical Systems lab is part of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Maryland. The lab is physically located in 2352 AV Williams Building with an additional testing facility located in the Energy Research Building. Their research is in the broad area of embedded and cyber-physical systems with applications in robotics, IoT, and pervasive sensing and control. They design algorithms and build systems to enable CPS to be resilient, secure, and privacy-preserving. The research is at the intersection of theory and systems and draws on tools from embedded systems, formal methods, control theory, and machine learning and is motivated by real-world applications.