In January 2015 the World Economic Forum ranked water crisis as the #1 global risk based on impact to society, as a measure of devastation Triggered by the alerting consequences on the global population, smart water management has become a key policy for the 21st century, setting out the framework for sustainable solutions on water resources utilization. As a result, ICT in general, and CPS in particular have been blended with the water infrastructure, towards an emerging engineering field, coined as Smart Water Networks.
Driven by the engineering and research challenges, the objective of CySWater 2016 is to bring together researchers and engineers from the fields of Communications/Networking, Learning/Processing, and Control and practitioners from the Water Industry to both share their experiences, as well as formulate novel CPS paradigms for fulfilling the vision of Smart Water Networks. Emphasis will be given to both theoretical modelling, as well as modern exemplars that respond to different aspects of the water life-cycle.
- Paper Submission:
28 th January 20167th February 2016 (Firm deadline. No further extensions will be given.)
- Acceptance Notification:
20 th February 201629th February 2016
- Camera-ready Versions:
1 st March 201611th March 2016
- Workshop Date: 11th April 2016