ECC – European Control Conference 2015
The conference is from July 15th to 17th 2015. On Tuesday, July 14th 2015 pre-conference workshops are offered. The ECC is the largest technical control conference in Europe. A meeting place for over 700 researchers, PhD students and industry representatives from around the world.
On Tuesday, July 14th 2015 pre-conference workshops are offered, the topics of these workshops are:
Interval Methods for Reliable Modeling, Identification and Control of Dynamic Systems
Real-Time Optimization Based Autonomous Control
X2C: Open Source Tool for the Model-Based Development and Code Generation of Real-Time Control Algorithms
HOTINT: Open Source Software for the Simulation of Mechatronic Systems
Operator Theoretical Methods for Dynamical Systems Control and Optimization
Multi-loop Controller Design for Quadrotors Based on Multi-rate Sampled-data Models and Krasovskii Functionals
The Beauty of Simple Adaptive Control and Old and New results in Stability Analysis of Nonlinear Systems
Registration to the workshops can be done individually from the conference registration.
Please note the registration deadline is June 12th. More information can be found in the joint documents and online at http://www.ecc15.at/workshops.html.
Industry Panel Sessions
In appreciation of the strong connection and interaction between industry and academia in Austria, the program of ECC15 will feature two dedicated industrial panel sessions. These two sessions are focusing on to the topics of Green Mobility and Clean Process Industry and each one is composed of three expert talks and an open panel discussion. Both sessions are scheduled in the afternoon tracks of ECC15 and are open for the public free of charge.
Green Mobility on July 15, 2015, 16:30 – 18:30
Josef Zehetner, AVL List GmbH: “Co-Simulation – technical challenges in the continuous vehicle development process”
Heinrich Daembkes, Airbus Defence and Space: “System Architecture Concept for Control in Highly Automated Systems”
Andreas Soppa, Volkswagen AG: “Efficient Control Design and Application with Co-Simulation and the FMI standard”
Clean Process Industry on July 16, 2015, 16:30 – 18:30
Walter Böhme, OMV AG “Carbon free fuels – A real option?”
Felix Staudegger, LAM Research: “Control theory to enable eco-friendly technical innovations in semiconductor equipment industry”
Markus Gölles, BioEnergy 2020+: “Current and future challenge for automation and control towards renewable heat supply”
More details about the conference and to register www.ecc15.at http://www.ecc15.at/register.html
PS: There is a possibility on the ECC15 – still reserve exhibition packages. http://www.ecc15.at/media/sponsorship_packages.pdf