Program

Author Instructions

Dear SISSY Speakers,

Welcome to this year’s SISSY workshop!

Because of the Pandemic, we will not have our usual pleasure of long, deep conversations that last into the night and will, as last year, need to have a more limited ZOOM interaction.
Therefore, based on our successful format from last year, we have a format that groups all of our speakers into sessions.

Each speaker will have a ten minute talk (strict) with five minutes specific questions on their paper.
Then all the speakers in that session will have a chance to address more general questions as a panel for the next thirty minutes.
The Chair of your session will be sending you shortly the questions they will ask you during the panel for your consideration.

Below is the schedule for the Workshop.

We look forward to a fun and vigorous SISSY workshop, full of new work and ideas.

Kirstie, Ada, Lucas, and Sven.


Schedule

PDT US West CoastEDT US East CoastWEST/BST UK, Ireland, Portugal CEST Central EuropeCST China
UTC-7UTC-4UTC+1 UTC+2UTC+8
7.0010.0015.0016.0022.00

Welcome and Workshop Introduction


Sessions

PDT US West CoastEDT US East CoastWEST/BST UK, Ireland, Portugal CEST Central EuropeCST China
UTC-7UTC-4UTC+1 UTC+2UTC+8
7.3010.3015.3016.3022.30

Session 1: (Chair → Ada Diaconescu)
  • Lukas Esterle, Cláudio Gomes, Mirgita Frasheri, Henrik Ejersbo, Sven Tomforde and Peter Gorm Larsen,
    "Digital twins for collaboration and self-integration"
  • Ghassan Al-Falouji, Christian Gruhl and Sven Tomforde,
    Digital Shadows in SISSY Systems: A Concept Using Generative Modelling
  • Roberto Casadei, Andrea Placuzzi, Mirko Viroli and Danny Weyns
    Augmented Collective Digital Twins for Self-Organising Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Panel discussion

BREAK (15 min)


PDT US West CoastEDT US East CoastWEST/BST UK, Ireland, Portugal CEST Central EuropeCST China
UTC-7UTC-4UTC+1 UTC+2UTC+8
9.0012.0017.0018.0024.00

Session 2: (Chair → Kirstie Bellman)
  • Christian Gruhl and Sven Tomforde,
    OHODIN -- Online Anomaly Detection for Data Streams
  • Marius Pol and Ada Diaconescu,
    Multi-Level Online Learning and Reasoning for Self-Integrating Systems
  • Davide Guastella and Evangelos Pournaras,
    Learn to Sense vs. Sense to Learn: A System Self-Integration Approach
  • Panel discussion

BREAK (30 min)


PDT US West CoastEDT US East CoastWEST/BST UK, Ireland, Portugal CEST Central EuropeCST China
UTC-7UTC-4UTC+1 UTC+2UTC+8
10.4513.4518.4519.4501.45

Session 3: (Chair → Lukas Esterle)
  • Kristina Dingel, Alexander Liehr, Michael Vogel, Sebastian Degener, David Meier, Thomas Niendorf, Arno Ehresmann and Bernhard Sick,
    AI-Based On-The-Fly Design of Experiments in Physics and Engineering
  • Christian Gruhl, Abdul Hannan, Zhixin Huang, Chandana Nivarthi and Stephan Vogt,
    The Problem with Real-World Novelty Detection -- Issues in Multivariate Probabilistic Models
  • Sharmin Jahan, Ian Riley, Alonzo Sabino and Rose Gamble,
    Towards a Plug-In Architecture for Self-Adaptive Middleware
  • Danny Weyns, Tomas Bures, Radu Calinescu, Barnaby Craggs, John Fitzgerald, David Garlan, Bashar Nuseibeh, Liliana Pasquale, Awais Rashid, Ivan Ruchkin and Bradley Schmerl,
    Six Software Engineering Principles for Smarter Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Panel discussion

BREAK (15 min)


PDT US West CoastEDT US East CoastWEST/BST UK, Ireland, Portugal CEST Central EuropeCST China
UTC-7UTC-4UTC+1 UTC+2UTC+8
12.3015.3020.3021.3003.30

Session 4: (Chair → Sven Tomforde)
  • Lukas Esterle, Barry F. Porter and Jim Woodcock,
    Verification and Uncertainties in Self-integrating System
  • Ada Diaconescu, Louisa Di Felice and Patricia Mellodge,
    An Information-oriented View of Multi-Scale Systems
  • Christopher Landauer
    Modeling and Integration for Complex Systems
  • Kirstie Bellman
    Towards a Method for Characterizing and Improving Integration among Different Systems
  • Panel discussion

Closing remarks (15 min)


PDT US West CoastEDT US East CoastWEST/BST UK, Ireland, Portugal CEST Central EuropeCST China
UTC-7UTC-4UTC+1 UTC+2UTC+8
14.0017.0022.0023.0005.00

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