UVA researchers combine sensing, computation, RF communication, energy harvesting and power management into a single system-on-chip.
Multidisciplinary Cyber-Physical Systems Research at the University of Virginia
Opened in January 2018, the Link Lab at UVA Engineering is a world-class center of excellence in cyber-physical systems. The Lab consists of more than 250 faculty and graduate students from multiple departments and conducts pioneering work in Autonomous Vehicles & Robotics, Smart and Connected Health, and Smart Cities. Prioritizing impact on real-world problems, Link Lab partners with industry to tackle the most critical questions at the intersection of the cyber and physical worlds.
Link Lab News
UVA Engineering Helps Launch National Center Aimed at Ensuring Connected Electronic Devices are Secure and Trustworthy for Consumers
Electronic and connected devices and systems make life better for people, but their use can compromise our privacy and security. UVA...
Malathi Veeraraghavan leads a group of cyber hunters who develop early warning tools that protect networks against cyber intrusions...
Asynchronous computing mimics neural networks to continually parse and transmit bytes of information while using very low power.
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The Link Lab aggressively supports state-of-the-art education in Cyber Physical Systems (CPS). The Lab is also actively developing a complete Masters program in CPS. The need for such a program has been highlighted in a National Academies Study on a 21st Century Cyber Physical Systems Education Report.More about Cyber Physical Systems educational mission
The Link Lab is seeking graduate students interested in cyber-physical systems to join its new NSF funded NRT Program.Apply for the NSF/NRT CPS fellowship
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