Coordinated Science Laboratory
Started in 1951, the Coordinated Science Laboratory (CSL) is a premier, multidisciplinary research laboratory that focuses on information technology at the crossroads of computing, control and communications.
With a rich history of more than 60 years of innovation, CSL has developed and deployed new technologies that have achieved international scientific recognition and transformed society.
Led by a faculty of world-renowned experts and researchers, CSL uses these innovations to explore critical issues in defense, medicine, environmental sciences, robotics, life-enhancement for the disabled and aeronautics.
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Cultivating Dispositions Towards Social Responsibility: Students’ Perceptions of the Social Responsibilities of Engineers (Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2017-05)Engineering social responsibility is the responsibility of engineers to evaluate the broader impacts of their work on public welfare. Despite the central role of social responsibility to the engineering profession, social ...
(Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2017-05-04)This chapter develops and presents a time resolution based hierarchy of microgrid models for analysis and control design purposes. The focus is on microgrids with distributed generation interfaced via grid-forming inverters. ...
(Coordinated Science Laboratory, 2015-02)Software-defined networking (SDN) is an emerging networking paradigm that provides unprecedented flexibility in dynamically reconfiguring an IP network. It enables various applications, such as network management, quality ...
An Analysis of Graphical Authentication Techniques for Mobile Platforms as Alternatives to Passwords (Coordinated Science Laboratory, 2015-02)Authentication is a basic access control concern for applications and services in the technological landscape that usernames and passwords have commonly addressed. Alongside the likes of certificate-based authentication, ...
(Coordinated Science Laboratory, 2015-02)Simulation-based verification algorithms can provide formal safety guarantees for nonlinear and hybrid systems. The previous algorithms rely on user-provided model annotations called “discrepancy functions,” which are ...