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Postponement lecture November 30, 2021

Due to unforeseeable and unfortunate circumstances the technical lecture  “High-performance nonlinear control method for servo systems in automation and robotics: theory to practice”, which Prof. Dongil “Dan” Cho, Ph.D. had planned to give on 30 November is postponed.

We will send the new date, registration information, etc. as soon as the lecture can be rescheduled.

Thank you for your understanding.

Nov 22, 2021 02:18 PM

Spam/scam email sent purporting to be from the IFAC president

We have heard that some of you may have again received a scam message purportedly sent by Prof. Hajime Asama.
Please ignore the message and do not reply to the email address.

The message was not sent by IFAC, nor was it sent by Hajime Asama, and the email address the message indicated is not Hajime's email address!

PLEASE DO NOT REACT AT ALL to the e-mail and don't reply.

Nov 08, 2021 04:35 PM

EECI-IGSC 2022 program

EECI-IGSC-2022: the summaries of the courses of the IFAC and IEEE CSS co-sponsored 2022 EECI International Graduate School on Control, a series of 21 independent graduate week modules, are described here and the registration will open soon.

MILAN - BERLIN - PARIS SACLAY - MONTERREY (MX) - L'AQUILA - BOLOGNA - STOCKHOLM - TOULOUSE - MARSEILLE - BOULDER (US) - HONG KONG - ZÜRICH

Oct 21, 2021 11:36 AM

2022 Council- and Related Meetings - London (UK)

At the 2021 Council meeting it was decided to hold our annual 2022 Council- and Related meetings in conjunction with the ECC 2022  (London, UK): https://ecc22.euca-ecc.org/

The TB will take place on July 11 (morning), the CB meeting on July 12 (morning), the PB meeting on July 12 (afternoon), and the Council meeting on July 13 (whole day).

The always latest meeting schedule you can download from here.

Oct 21, 2021 10:09 AM

IFAC Fellows and Major Awards Call

Nomination calls and materials for the 2020-2023 IFAC Fellows and IFAC Major Awards (Nichols Medal, Thoma Medal, Quazza Medal, Industrial Achievement Award and High Impact Paper Award) are now available! Nominations and references must be submitted via the PaperCept submission system.

https://ifac.papercept.net/conferences/scripts/submissionwizard.pl?ConfID=467

If you do not already have user information for PaperCept you can obtain it by visiting the website http://ifac.papercept.net/conferences/scripts/start.pl.

The IFAC Fellow award provides a distinction of excellence in the Federation and is conferred on a triennial basis to a small number of outstanding scientists or engineers. Members of the IFAC Council, Fellow Search Committee or Fellow Selection Committee are not eligible to serve as nominators or references.

IFAC Fellow nominations are due by February 1, 2022. IFAC Fellow references are due by March 1, 2022.

The call for Fellow Nominations, the Nominator Information, as well as the Reference Information are available at the IFAC website at:

https://www.ifac-control.org/awards/fellow-nominations-2023

The Nomination Forms and Reference Forms must be submitted via the PaperCept submission system:

https://ifac.papercept.net/conferences/scripts/submissionwizard.pl?ConfID=467

The IFAC Major Awards are:

Nichols Medal: Recognizes outstanding contributions of an individual to design methods, software tools and instrumentation, or to significant projects resulting in major applications and advancement of control engineering.

Thoma Medal: Recognizes outstanding contributions of a young researcher and/or engineer under the age of 40 to the field of systems and control in its widest sense.

Quazza Medal Recognizes outstanding lifetime contributions of a researcher and/or engineer to conceptual foundations in the field of systems and control.

Industrial Achievement Award: This is an IFAC award to an individual, or a team of individuals, who has made a significant contribution to industrial applications of control. The award is given in technical fields covered by IFAC.

High Impact Paper Award: This award acknowledges the impact of a paper published in any of the official IFAC journals on the broad areas of Automatic Control theory and application.

Major Award nominations are due by February 15, 2022, with references due by March 15, 2022. All Major Awards will be presented by the IFAC President at the Opening Ceremony of the 2023 IFAC World Congress in July 2023 in Yokohama, JP.

The Call for Nominations for the IFAC Major Awards is available at:

https://www.ifac-control.org/awards/call-for-major-medals-2023

The reference forms for the IFAC Major Awards are available at:

https://www.ifac-control.org/awards/major-awards-reference-forms.

The Nomination package and Reference Forms must be submitted via the PaperCept submission system

https://ifac.papercept.net/conferences/scripts/submissionwizard.pl?ConfID=467

Every individual can act as nominator or referee, with the exception of members of the corresponding Major Award Selection Committee, the Major Awards Search Committee, IFAC Executive Officers and members of the IFAC Council. Self-nominations are not allowed. It may be useful to consider the list of past winners on the IFAC Website at

https://www.ifac-control.org/awards

To check the eligibility of a potential nominator and/or reference please visit

https://www.ifac-control.org/structure

IFAC Fellow and IFAC Major Award winners will be presented with their awards at the IFAC World Congress 2023, which is scheduled to take place in Yokohama, JP in July 2023.

Oct 04, 2021 10:45 AM
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