Draft Paper Submission

Tue, Jan 29th, 2019

Acceptance/Rejection letters

Fri, Mar 22nd, 2019

Final Paper Submission

Mon, May 6th, 2019

Registration Opens

Tue, May 7th, 2019

IFAC-ACE 2019 Call for Participation

The 2019 IFAC Advances in Control Education (ACE) Symposium will be held at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Hotel in the heart of the center in Philadelphia, PA, USA on July 7-9, 2019 in conjunction with ACC2019: http://acc2019.a2c2.org

The 12th Symposium on Advances in Control Education, ACE 2019, is an international forum on recent developments and advances in control education. Academic researchers and lecturers in control, R&D specialists in instrumentation, control and industrial automation, and practicing control engineers from a variety of industrial sectors will find it especially rewarding. As in earlier symposia, the program will include plenary lectures, technical sessions, interactive and panel sessions, and software presentations.

The goal of the symposium is to bring together experts from the field of control and education that will contribute to:

  • Demonstrating, discussing, evaluating and linking existing resources in the control education area
  • Increasing awareness of the automatic control importance in our society
  • Linking different sources and authors active in development and provision of open educational resources

Focus Areas

  • Teaching aids for control engineering
  • Virtual and remote labs
  • Open educational resources
  • E-learning & blended learning in control engineering 
  • Tele-operation, Independent learning
  • Centralized Internet repository for control education 
  • Virtual reality in control education
  • Continuing control education in industry
  • University-industry co-operation in control engineering education
  • Internet-based control systems materials
  • International programs in control engineering education
  • Teacher and student exchange programs between control labs
  • Cultural and social issues of control education
  • Challenges for control engineering curricula
  • Embedded systems
  • Control education using laboratory equipment
  • Teaching the first and only control course in non-control engineering programs
  • Integrating research and teaching
  • Interactive control education tools