Call for Posters, Demos, and Work-in-Progress Abstracts

Call for WiP Abstracts, Demos, and Posters


ICCPS 2019 seeks high-quality technical abstracts, demos, and posters
describing work-in-progress in the area of cyber-physical systems (CPS),
including preliminary work on theory, platform design and implementation,
verification and validation, empirical case studies, and other work
that has potential to advance the state of the art in CPS. Authors of
each accepted abstract will give a brief presentation at the WiP
session, and may also give a demo and/or have a poster afterward.

Focus Areas:
ICCPS 2019 work-in-progress abstracts, demos, and posters should focus on
the same areas of the main conference. Please refer to ICCPS 2019 CFP link
( for details. Both theory and
applications related works are encouraged.

Abstract Submissions:
All submitted abstracts must be in English and must be in a single PDF file
following the same guidelines as ICCPS 2019 (
Abstract manuscripts should have a main body with no more than 2 pages
(including references). They will be evaluated based on the technical merit and
innovation as well as their potential to stimulate interesting discussions
and exchanges of ideas at the conference. Both academic and industrial
submissions are encouraged. All accepted abstracts will be published
the ICCPS 2019 proceedings. Submissions must be attached to an email
sent by 23:59pm GMT-12 on Thursday – Jan 29, 2019 (FIRM) to the ICCPS 2019
Demo and WiP Chair James Weimer ( with the exact
subject line: ICCPS 2019 WiP submission.

Posters and Demos:
In addition to giving a brief presentation of the
work, each accepted abstract will have the option of giving a demo or
having a poster (or neither or both). The poster and demo session will
provide a forum for researchers to showcase ongoing work and obtain
feedback from the CPS community, in addition to the discussions at the
WiP presentation session. Authors wishing to give demos should clearly
describe in their abstract what will be demonstrated and how the
contributions will be illustrated interactively. If a demonstration
requires wireless connectivity or other special arrangements (in
addition to a table and power which will be provided to all demos),
please describe them clearly in the abstract as well. Authors wish to
have a poster should also mention that in the abstract, along with a
brief summary of what the poster will show.

Important Dates:
Submission deadline – Jan 29, 2019 at 23:59 GMT-12 [EXTENDED]
Acceptance notification – Feb 7, 2019
Final version submission – Feb 14, 2019