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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 Robotics & Autonomous Vehicles, Smart and Connected Health, Hardware for IoT, 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.
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The Link Lab aggressively supports state-of-the-art education in Cyber-Physical Systems (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 NSF funded NRT Program.Learn more about the NRT program
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