SIAM Conference on Control and Its Applications (CT17)

Event contact title
Conference Director
Event contact first name
Connie
Event contact last name
Young
Email
cyoung@siam.org
Event contact telephone number
215-382-9800
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Attendee information
Themes: Adaptive Control Analysis and Control of Nonlinear Systems Analysis, Control and Identification of Distributed Parameter Systems Computational Issues in Nonlinear Control and Optimization Control for Unmanned Autonomous Vehicles Control of Biological Systems Control of Hybrid Systems Control of Networks Control of Power Systems and Smart Grid Control of Smart Material Systems Control Techniques for Financial Mathematics Cooperative Control Fluid Flow Control Game Theory Industrial Applications Learning and Estimation in Control Modeling, Estimation, and Control of Large Scale Systems with Massive Amounts of Data Networked and Embedded Controls Nonlinear Estimation and Data Assimilation Optimization in Control and Systems Theory Quantum Control, Estimation, and Filtering Risk Sensitive Control Robust Control Stochastic Control System Identification

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