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EECI-IGSC 2021 program

International Graduate School on Control

EECI-IGSC-2021: the summaries of the courses of the IFAC and IEEE CSS co-sponsored 2021 EECI International Graduate School on Control, a series of 22 independent graduate week modules, are described here and the registration will open in November 2020.

ZURICH - MUNICH - AACHEN - MONTERREY (MX) - L'AQUILA - MADRID - LAUSANNE - TOULOUSE - STOCKHOLM - MARSEILLE - PISA - HONG KONG - LUCCA - ROME

Oct 21, 2020 08:30 AM

October Newsletter now available

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Oct 15, 2020 04:40 PM

Control Conference Africa (CCA) MOU signed

IFAC (The International Federation of Automatic Control) and SASAC (South African Council for Automation and Control) have recently signed a MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) for the Control Conference Africa. This agreement allows for permanent IFAC co-sponsorship of the Control Conference Africa event series. The Control Conference Africa is a conference which is intended to bring together the control community on the African continent.

The MOU was signed by IFAC President Hajime Asama (JP) and SASAC President John Burchell (ZA). The agreement contains topics including event branding and communication, quality control, fees, and gentleperson’s agreements (such as the Code of Conduct and attempting to avoid date/scheduling overlaps).

The next Control Conference Africa (in cooperation with IFAC) - CCA 2021 is scheduled to take place in Magalies, South Africa from 7-8 December 2021. CCA 2021 is currently listed as part of the „Upcoming Events“ on the IFAC website and in the IFAC Newsletter. Further details will be provided on the CCA website as soon as it is available.

SASAC is the South African IFAC NMO (National Member Organization.) Further information about SASAC and its activities can be found on its website at: https://sacac.org.za/.

Oct 08, 2020 12:40 PM

IFAC Activity Fund

The IFAC Activity Fund invites applications for financial support of initiatives that foster and promote public engagement and outreach from the control community. The fund sponsors initiatives that:

  • Maximize control community engagement;
  • Promote inclusion and diversity in alignment with the IFAC guidelines;
  • Increase control engineering influence in public discourse and decision-making.
For further information and the application form, please visit:

 

Aug 24, 2020 12:52 PM

August Newsletter now available

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Aug 24, 2020 11:45 AM
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