It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the 19th IFAC Conference on Technoligy, Culture and International Stability - TECIS 2019, which aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from industry and academia to give an overview of the state of the art, to present new research results and to exchange ideas and experiences in the field of international stability.
Draft papers submission deadline: 2019-04-21
Control and automation technologies can be used to improve the conditions in less developed regions by helping to create jobs and improving inflows of wealth. They can be also used to improve agriculture and to provide medical services in unstable regions. Technology development leads to dramatic changes in international stability. It has never been so important to examine system stability. During recent years social international and national systems of control have been shown to be inadequate and prone to be fundamental and most basic instable. Many basic assumptions are no longer certain and are definitely questioned. This event will systematically examine topics associated with these issues. Whilst TECIS 2019 will accept any papers within the scope of the event (see below) the conference is particularly concerned with the role of Cost Oriented Automation as a way of improving international stability, through its applications, technologies, processes and as part of larger systems contexts. With the current new technological developments and emerging trends the importance of the cost-oriented automation has increased significantly and may have a lasting impact on the society and international stability. After a sequence of successful symposia on "Low Cost Automation" (1986 - 2004) and on "Cost-Oriented Automation" or "Affordable Automation Systems" (2007 - 2010) this conference aims to provide a place for the specialists in the field to discuss new methods for reducing the cost of automation systems considering not only the development and application of low cost components of control systems, but the control aspects of their life cycle regarding design, production, operating, maintenance, reconfiguration and recycling.
Whilst this conference is particularly interested to attract papers which address cost-oriented issues, the IPC will consider any papers within the scope of TC 9.5. The scope includes, but is not limited to:
F.Allgöwer (DE) M.Hadjiski (BG) T. Neshkov (BG) I. Eksin (TUR) A. Ollero (ES) K.Boshnakov (BG) E. Hajrizi (KOS) O. Kaynak (TR) M. Hersh (SCO) S. L. Jamsa-Jounela (FL) E. Uyar (TUR) P. Korondi (H) Chang-Koon Choi (Rep.K) K. Gill (UK) H. Hashimoto (JP) M. Stankovski (FYROM) M. de J. Ramirez C. (MX) A. Rodic (RS) S. Strmcnik (SLOV) S. Domek (PL) S. Nof (USA) D. Silviu (RO) T. Dinibutun (TR) E. Nikolov (BG) V. Sgurev (BG) R. Susta (CZ) R. H. Weston (UK) P. Albertos (ES) L. Vlacic (AUSRALIA) R. Carreli (ARG) A. Cipriano (Chile) S. Boverie (F) J. Sasiadek (CA) L.Fan (CHN) G. Vachkov (BG) A. Kordon (USA) F. Lamnabhi-Lagarrigue (FR) E. Blanzeri (IT) D.Martin (USA) D.Brandt (D) V.Piuri (IT) V. Tsyganov (RUS) Z. Avdeeva (RUS) D. Makarenko (RUS) V.V. Kulba (RUS) P. Groumpos (GR) R. Goncalves (PT)
Professor Larry Stapleton
All the paper submissions should be carried out through the official conference manuscript management system (it is not OPEN now).Submit
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