Fargo, N.D. – Sajal K. Das, a noted wireless mobility and networking researcher, will present “Pervasive Computing and Cyber-Physical Systems: A Perspective From Smart Environments” as part of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering's Distinguished Lecture Series. The lecture is scheduled for Monday, April 23, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Construction Management and Engineering Auditorium and is open to the public
Rapid advancements in smartphones, wireless sensors and mobile communications have led to the development of cyber-physical systems, pervasive computing and smart environments with important applications in environmental, civilian, military, industrial and government sectors. Das’ lecture will focus on the implications of these advancements, including uncertainty-driven unique challenges, opportunities in cyber-physical and pervasive computer systems, and inter-winding relationships with smart environments.
Das is a university distinguished scholar, professor of computer science and engineering and the founding director of the Center for Research in Wireless Mobility and Networking at the University of Texas at Arlington. He previously was program director of the National Science Foundation’s Division of Computer Networks and Systems.
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