Networked Systems Lab
The Networked Systems Lab (NSL) at the University of Central Florida is engaged in research on a variety of topics that fall under the general subject of Networked Systems and CPS; however current applications of our research are mostly in the areas of connected and automated vehicles, transportation safety, energy efficiency and intelligent distributed systems (smart grid, etc.).
While research on CPS subjects spans a very wide spectrum of topics, we focus on “Systems" and “Information Networking" related topics such as modeling, description and control of networks of systems, and their related physical phenomena. Please visit the research project pages for detailed description of our work. Our team is currently involved in several projects related to connected and automated vehicles. Some of these projects are in collaboration with other partners. Our works related to this domain are described in the specialized Connected Autonomous VEhicle Lab (CAVE Lab) section.
Team and Principal Investigator:
Dr. Yaser P. Fallah ( CV ) is an associate professor and the director of NSL in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Central Florida, where he joined in August 2016. NSL currently employs 9 graduate level researchers as well as 7 undergraduate interns.
Projects & Publications
The Co-simulator is a state-of-the-art and highly modular Matlab-based simulation framework. It has been designed and implemented in Networked Systems Lab and is being used specifically to design and analyze Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) systems.
Projects in this domain are funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and QNRF focus on context aware information networking and information driven cyber physical systems
In creating an accurate model of a road vehicle for real world, or testing and data collection applications, we aim to demonstrate the motion of a standard size vehicle by the use of a fleet of customized small-scale vehicles for automated driving and vehicular communication.
In a collaboration with Crash Avoidance Metrics Partnership (CAMP) and auto-maker companies, NSL contributes in various aspects of the vehicular communication technologies.
Our previous collaborations with auto industry and governmental organization
Cooperative Vehicle Efficiency Systems (EcoCAR3 – sponsored by US-DoE and General Motors)
Connecting Autonomous Vehicles (Sponsored by Toyota ITC)
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