Date: July 17-20, 2018
Location: Graz University of Technology, Inffeldgasse Campus, 8010 Graz, Austria

The summer school is organized by the LEAD Project "Dependable Internet of Things in Adverse Environments", which has been funded through an excellence initiative sponsored by Graz University of Technology to foster excellent research areas of strategic importance. The school will address scientific challenges associated with networked optimization and control, wireless networking and signal processing. It will feature four tutorial lectures.

  • Johannes Schiffer (University of Leeds) "Dynamics and Distributed Control in Power Systems"
  • Ruggero Carli (University of Padova), "Distributed Convex Optimization Algorithms over asynchronous and lossy networks"
  • Gerald Matz (Vienna University of Technology) "Complexity-constrained data processing with graphs"
  • Thomas Watteyne (Inria Paris), "Getting Your Hands Dirty with the Industrial IoT and SmartMesh IP"

In addition, there will be a PhD forum where the participants will give a 5 min presentation on their current research topic.

The number of participants will be limited.

Fee of the summer school:  EUR 120,- (this includes lectures, lunch, coffee breaks, social event). Grants: participation free of charge for 5 participants.

In case of questions, please send an e-mail to nora.zakanynoSpam@tugraz.at or call +43 (316) 873 6410.