CONTROL2022

Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, the UKACC Control 2020 conference has been postponed (from 6-8 July 2020) until 20-22 April 2022. Abstract submission will be open after Easter 2021. Please check the website for further updates.



Registration will be open at the beginning of 2022. Please contact control2022@plymouth.ac.uk for more information.

Registration fees:
The early bird discount is included in the rates below and the rates will increase by 10% after 1 March 2022. The fees include a conference gala dinner and meals/refreshments scheduled in the conference programme, but do not include accommodation (range £50-£125 per night).

Full registration - £700
Student registration - £350

Key dates:
The submissions will be peer-reviewed and the accepted papers after registration will be indexed and published on the IEEE Xplore digital library. We will accept a full paper (6 pages) and an extended abstract (2 pages) as submissions. Extended abstracts will be published as short papers in IEEE Xplore. One author can only register and present a maximum of 3 papers and a £25 discount in registration fees will be provided for 2nd and 3rd papers.

30 September 2021 - Full Paper (6 pages)/ Extended Abstract (2 pages)
15 January 2022 - Review results
15 February 2022 - Final paper submission
1 March 2022 - Early bird registration
1 April 2022 - Final registration

The conference will take place at the Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth.

Maps showing the location of Roland Levinsky Building, and travel to Plymouth information can be found on the University of Plymouth website.


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The Autonomous Marine Systems (AMS) research group within the School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics at the University of Plymouth will be organising the 13th UK Automatic Control Council (UKACC) International Conference on Control (CONTROL2022).

It will include keynote presentations by internationally renowned researchers, mini-symposiums by UK based institutions and papers from academia and industry covering all core areas of control systems engineering. 

Broad topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

General
  • Artificial intelligence methods for control
  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Distributed and decentralised control
  • Hybrid systems
  • Multi-scale modelling and control
  • Network science
  • Stochastic systems
  • System identification and modelling
  • Systems engineering
  • Systems of systems
  • Linear control design
  • Nonlinear control
  • Predictive control
  • Fault detection and diagnosis
  • Health monitoring
  • Estimation and filtering
  • Linear control theory
  • Multi-agent methods and distributed control
  • Sliding mode control
  • Classical and optimal control methods
  • Multi-objective methods and optimisation
Applications
  • Autonomous systems
  • Control education
  • Iterative learning control
  • Big data systems
  • Future cities
  • Human-machine systems
  • Intelligent manufacturing and production
  • Medical and biological systems
  • Renewable energy and smart grids
  • Robotics and autonomous systems
  • Social systems
  • Transportation and vehicle systems
  • Emerging applications
  • Bio-systems and the environment
  • Process control systems
  • Active noise and vibration control
  • Communication systems
  • Energy and Power systems
  • Economic and finance systems
  • Aerospace and space systems
  • Teaching laboratories
  • Embedded systems

View the Call for papers tab for further information.

Committee members

  • Eric Rogers, Chair of International Programme Committee of UKACC Control 2022
  • Sanjay Sharma, Chair of Programme Committee of UKACC Control 2022
  • Robert Sutton, General Chair of UKACC Control 2022
  • Jian Wan and Asiya Khan, Chair of Local Organisation Committee of UKACC Control 2022
  • John Chudley, Chair of Industrial Programme Committee of UKACC Control 2022

For further information please contact control2022@plymouth.ac.uk

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The University's dedicated conference and events team work with delegates to provide a comprehensive support package so that the conference is a success. Our meeting rooms offer the ideal space for focused presentations or group work, away from usual working environments.

The campus accommodation is well equipped with modern facilities and comfortable furnishings offering en-suite single bedrooms with all towels and bedding provided.

Travelling to Plymouth

There are hourly trains from London Paddington that take around 4 hours. GWR are offering discounted conference rail travel to UKACC delegates.

The nearest airports are Exeter and Newquay, both of which are approximately an hour (40-60 miles) away and are near or have access to train stations that have direct links to Plymouth. Bristol airport is two hours away by car or train.

London Gatwick and Heathrow are four hours away by car with good rail and National Express coach service links.

Plymouth also has an international ferry port serving France (Roscoff) and Spain (Santander).


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