Fall 2020

Intelligent and Connected Systems (CMPUT 644)

Sensors and control nodes with computing and communication capabilities are becoming integral parts of modern systems and structures. The network of these intelligent and connected devices, dubbed as the Internet of Things (IoT), has significant potential to enable various applications and presents new energy savings and revenue generation opportunities in different domains, from smart cities to healthcare and energy systems. This course covers several cross-cutting topics and important papers from the literature on IoT and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). These topics include sensor fusion, distributed control, energy and performance optimization, time synchronization, and privacy-preserving data analysis.