Oymak and collaborators received NSF grant on Cyber-Physical Systems
Prof. Samet Oymak and his collaborators Necmiye Ozay, Dimitra Panagou (University of Michigan) and Sze Zheng Yong (Arizona State University) are awarded $1.2M NSF grant to improve Cyber-Physical System safety. These systems are networks of interacting elements such as constellation of satellites and fleet of self-driving cars.
This project will develop supervisors that leverage preview information from various sensors and learned predictive models to guarantee reliability of cyber-physical systems. The application focus is advanced driver assist systems, where algorithms to learn behavior and policy models for human drivers and to construct policy clusters from unlabeled driving data with provable uncertainty bounds are being developed.