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Organizing Committee

General Chair

Pascal Lorenz, University of Haute-Alsace, France

Abdelhafid Abouaissa, University of Haute-Alsace, France

Technical Program Co-Chairs

Joel Rodrigues, Federal University of Piauí, Brazil; Instituto de
Telecomunicações, Portugal

Abdelhakim Baouya, Verimag, University of Grenoble Alpes, France


The smart cyber-physical systems (SCPS) are complex due to the composition
and the combination of their components and physical elements of different
aspects. Especially, the components are intelligent and autonomous executing
sub-tasks to achieve global objectives by supporting different AI techniques
under a variety of Internet of Things (IoT) constraints. Examples of such
systems can be found in manufactories, smart cities, avionics, automotive
systems, nuclear power plants, etc. Effectively, the different SCPS
requirements especially dependability, safety, reliability, maintenance, and
security are challenging due to the inherent complexity of SCPSs
compositions. Moreover, it is not sufficient to ascertain a precise
requirement for a specific component in isolation from others. Further,
faults, errors, and threats in SCPS could also be due to software
programming imperfections, software failures that are directly triggered by
hardware failure or, the dynamic/static interaction between the physical,
digital and software parts especially in the presence of self-adaptive
architecture, smart algorithms, and social actors. Therefore, SCPS must be
studied as a whole, which sets this emerging discipline apart from these
individually established fields. SCPS2021 forum provides a platform for
professionals from academia, government, and industry to discuss how to
address the increasing challenges facing SCPS. SCPS2021 invites submissions
discussing theoretical and practical solutions tackling SCPS’ challenges.
SCPS2021 topics include, but are not limited to:


SCPS Design and Development
SCPS formalisms and models
Model-based architecture for SCPS
Coordination and orchestration for SCPS
Composition and adaptation for SCPS
Dynamic software architectures, and self-adaptive for SCPS
Self-monitoring, and self-organizing SCPS
Data based management for SCPS
Big data and database management for SCPS
DWeb service interactions for SCPS

SCPS Networking and Communication
IoT architectures and infrastructures for SCPS
Blockchains and distributed architectures for SCPS
Edge and Fog computing for SCPS applications
IoT services, and communication protocols for SCPS
Sensors and actuators optimization for SCPS
Energy consumption for SCPS

SCPS Analysis and Processing
Artificial intelligence for SCPS
Deep learning, and machine learning for SCPS
Formal methods techniques for SCPS
Optimization and scheduling for SCPS
Decision support for SCPS
Resilience and recovering plans for SCPS

SCPS Assurance
SCPS's requirements specification
Modeling, and analysis of attacks in SCPS
Attacks detection in SCPS
Error detection in SCPS
Fault analysis for SCPS
Correction management and maintenance for SCPS

SCPS Applications
Plugins and Tools for SCPS
Use cases and case studies for SCPS
SCPS in production supply chain environments
SCPS in social and living environments

Important Dates 

Submission Date: 31th July, 2021

Notification to Authors: 27th August, 2021

Camera Ready Submission: 04th September, 2021


Submission System



Best Regards,




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