christos dot tsigkanos at tuwien dot ac dot at
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Distributed Systems Group, TU Vienna Argentinierstrasse 8 A-1040 Vienna, Austria
Computing and communication capabilities are increasingly being embedded into physical spaces blurring the boundary between computational and physical worlds; typically, this is the case in modern cyber-physical systems like smart buildings or smart cities. Conceptually, such composite environments can be abstracted into a topological model where computational and physical entities are connected in a graph structure, yielding a cyber-physical space. Like any other software-intensive system, such a space is highly dynamic and typically undergoes continuous change - it is evolving. This brings a manifold of challenges as dynamics may affect e.g. safety, security, or reliability requirements. Modelling space and its dynamics as well as supporting formal reasoning about various properties of an evolving space, is a crucial prerequisite for engineering dependable space-intensive systems, e.g. to assure requirements satisfaction or to trigger correct adaptation.
I am a university assistant at the Distibuted Systems Group at TU Vienna headed by prof. Schahram Dustdar. Previously, I was a post-doctoral researcher at Politecnico di Milano, where I received (2017) my PhD defending a thesis entitled "Modelling and Verification of Evolving Cyber-Physical Spaces". My advisor was prof. Carlo Ghezzi.
Find me at
On Early Statistical Requirements Validation of Cyber-Physical Space Systems
Christos Tsigkanos, Nianyu Li, Zhi Jin, Zhenjiang Hu and Carlo Ghezzi
in ACM SEsCPS@ICSE (to appear), 2018.
Modeling and Verification of Evolving Cyber-Physical Spaces
Christos Tsigkanos, Timo Kehrer and Carlo Ghezzi
in ACM SIGSOFT Foundations of Software Engineering, ESEC/FSE, 2017.
On the Interplay Between Cyber and Physical Spaces for Adaptive Security
Christos Tsigkanos, Liliana Pasquale, Carlo Ghezzi and Bashar Nuseibeh
in IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing (to appear), 2016.
An EMOF-Compliant Abstract Syntax for Bigraphs
Timo Kehrer, Christos Tsigkanos and Carlo Ghezzi
Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science, 2016.