AUCC 2011 : Australian Control Conference
Call For Papers
The Australian Control Conference (AUCC) is a new conference series
that is organised by the Institution of Engineers Australia (IEAust)
through its National Committee for Automation, Control and Instrumentation
(NCACI). It is technically sponsored by the IEEE Control
Systems Society. The purpose of the conference is to provide a forum
for Australian researchers, students and control engineers from industry
and government organisations to exchange ideas and recent results,
as well as discuss current problems, arising in control engineering
research and industrial practice. At the same time, international
contributions are encouraged and will be solicited for.
The conference will be organised annually and will be held in various
locations in Australia. The inaugural AUCC will be held in Melbourne
in 2011. The strategic direction and decisions are provided by the
AUCC Steering Committee, a sub-committee of NCACI, IEAust.
Each year the Steering Committee appoints Organising and Technical
Committees that are responsible for organising the conference in a
The technical programme of the conference consists of oral presentations,
poster presentations, keynote lectures and special industrial
sessions whose purpose is to encourage a better exchange between
practising control engineers and researchers in universities and government
agencies. Postgraduate students will be encouraged to attend
through reduced registration fees.
The proceedings will be available from the Engineers Australia online
library and from IEEEXplore (subject to final confirmation).
Submission of camera-ready papers: 25th April, 2011
Author notification: 11th July, 2011
Final upload of papers: 11th August, 2011