Automatic Control Applications

Automatic Control Applications

All application activities are under the supervision of the Industrial Chair Serge Boverie.

Application paper category

In order to highlight applications, CESCIT’18 features an “Application paper” category. These papers will be selected on the same high peer-review standards as regular papers and will have identical status in the Congress Proceedings published in IFAC-PapersOnLine series hosted on ScienceDirect The aim is to encourage contributions about concrete new realizations of automatic control concepts. These contributions will illustrate the current and future impact of automation and control for major industrial, economic and social challenges.

See here the submission procedure for complete information about how to submit a contribution in the Application paper category (step 2 of the submission procedure).

Extended abstract contributions

Most expected contributions will be regular IFAC papers, yet a limited number of presentations will be included in the Congress program based on extended abstracts. Among other goals, the aim is to facilitate submissions from researchers and engineers for the industry by relaxing some of the format, scientific rigor, and copyright constraints. Extended abstract contributions will follow an ad hoc peer-review process supervised by Serge Boverie. They will not be included in the IFAC proceedings and hence will remain free of copyright which can be useful for ongoing research with potential patents.