NOVEMBER 12, 2015

8:00-8:30 Registration, breakfast, and networking
8:30-8:40 Welcome – Kishan Baheti, NSF
8:40-8:50 Welcome – David Corman, NSF
8:50-9:00 DHS Perspectives on ART – Dan Massey, DHS
9:00-9:30 Accessible Remote Testbeds and the NSF – Pramod Khargonekar, NSF
9:30-9:45 Workshop Objectives – Magnus Egerstedt, Georgia Institute of Technology

9:45-10:15 Coffee Break

10:15-10:55 Terry Benzel, Information Sciences Institute: The DETER Project – Cybersecurity Experimentation
10:55-11:35 Tim Yardley, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Remote Testbeds: Experimenting in the Cyber Physical Space
11:35-12:05 Magnus Egerstedt, Georgia Institute of Technology: The Robotarium: An Open, Remote-Access Swarm-Robotics Testbed

12:05-1:10 Lunch

1:10-1:30 Sonia Chernova, Georgia Institute of Technology: Remote Research Testbed for Robot Manipulation
1:30-1:50 Rose Gamble, University of Tulsa and Indrakshi Ray, Colorado State University: Developing a Remote Test Bed for Heavy Vehicle Cyber Security                               Research
1:50-2:10 Rob Ricci, University of Utah: The Flux Group at the University of Utah
2:10-2:30 Geir Dullerud, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Cloud Robotics and the HoTDeC Testbed

2:30-3:00  Coffee Break

3:00-3:20  Osama A. Mohammed, Florida International University: The FIU Smart Grid Testbed—Platform and Remote Access
3:20-3:40 Todd Murphey, Northwestern University: Open Operating Systems in Low-Infrastructure Testbeds
3:40-4:00  Tulga Ersal, University of Michigan: Enabling High-Fidelity Closed-Loop Integration of Remotely Accessible Testbeds
4:00-4:20 Maria Ilic, Carnegie-Melon University: Smart Grid in a Room Simulator at CMU

4:20-5:20 Breakout Session: Technical/Scientific Remote-Access Challenges
5:20-6:00 Report back from Breakout Session


NOVEMBER 13, 2015

8:00-8:30 Registration, breakfast, and networking

8:30-9:00 Manimaran Govindarasu, Iowa State University: CPS Security Testbed for Smart Grid: Fidelity, Federation, and Remote Access
9:00-9:20 Aaron Ames, Georgia Institute of Technology: Humanoid Robots as ART: Challenges and Opportunities in Dynamic Walking
9:20-9:40 Dezhen Song, Texas A&M University: A Remote Testbed in the Wilderness: Collaborative Observation of Natural Environments
9:40-10:00 Aaron Striegel, University of Notre Dame: Lessons Learned through the NetSense and NetHealth Studies Exploring Security and Networking                                         Instrumentation
10:00-10:20 Jonathan Sprinkle, University of Arizona: The Experimental Research Testbed at the University of Arizona

10:20-11:20 Breakout Session: Creating and Sustaining Active User Communities
11:20-12:00 Report back from Breakout Session

12:00-1:00 Lunch

1:00-1:40 Dipankar Raychaudhuri, Rutgers University: The ORBIT Open Access Testbed for Research on Next-Generation Wireless Networks
1:40-2:00 Mariesa Crow, Missouri University of Science and Technology: A Testbed for PV and Energy Storage Management and Control
2:00-2:20 Adam Hahn, Washington State University: Cyber-Physical Testbeds and Security Experimentation at Washington State University
2:20-2:40 David Manz, Pacific Norwest national Laboratory: Experiment as a Service: Providing remote access to equipment for cyber security research
2:40-3:00 Aranya Chakrabortty, North Carolina State University and Yufeng Xin, Renaissance Computing Institute: ExoGENI-WAMS: A Testbed for Wide-Area                         Monitoring of Power Systems using Distributed Cloud Computing
3:00-3:20 Zhixin Miao, University of South Florida: Experimental Research Testbeds at USF SPS Lab

3:20-4:00 Posters, demos, networking, and coffee

4:00-4:30 Workshop wrap-up