15-17 September 2014, York, UK. Conference website.
Previously mainly an industry conference, a change this year is to encourage applied presentations from academics and students. To help with this there is a cheap rate (£150) for PhD students and university researchers. We encourage you to attend.
The winner of the prize, awarded for clarity of presentation content, and delivery, went to Chris Lusty from the University of Bath, presenting his PhD topic ‘Novel Topologies for Active Vibration Management in Flexible Rotors’. The judges felt he was the most successful at conveying his message in the 4 minutes allowed. He beat off stiff competition from 24 other presenters representing 10 Universities.
Three runners-up, highly commended for their presentations were
· Samuel Bemment (Loughborough, ‘REPOINT Phase 2’),
· Sam Jimenez (Bath, ‘Rotor-mounted sensing and actuation for Smart Rotating Machines’),
· Nick Wright (Loughborough, ‘Condition monitoring for a neutral beam heating system’).
Chris Lusty (left) receiving his award from UKACC Chairman, Andrew Plummer
Call for papers now available, see conference website
Deadline 15th December.
2.30pm PhD Presentation Showcase: all presentations now available under ’Events’ menu
6.00 for 6.30pm UKACC/Mechatronics Forum Lecture: ‘Modelling, Control and Optimisation of Hybrid Vehicles’ presented by Professor Lino Guzzella
Further details: UKACC Day
PhD students: please download Presenter Instructions and Template
We are encouraging guests from industry to attend the PhD showcase. Please register with email@example.com.
Deadline 30th August. More information here.
This will be at the IMechE, Birdcage Walk, London on 31st October. It will include PhD presentations and the UKACC lecture given by Prof Lino Guzzella of ETH Zurich.
10th IFAC Symposium on Advances in Control Education (Sheffield, UK, August 28-30 2013)
4th IFAC Workshop on Dependable Control of Discrete Systems (September 4-6, 2013, York, UNITED KINGDOM) Deadline for web-based early registration: July 15.
2nd Workshop on Control of Uncertain Systems: Modelling, Approximation, and Design (GloverFest). A workshop to mark the contributions of Professor Keith Glover to the control field on the occasion of his retirement (23 – 24 September 2013, University of Cambridge)
York, United Kingdom. September 04-06, 2013. Co-organised by the Universities of York and Hull
WEB SITE: http://dcds13.net.dcs.hull.ac.uk/
CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE: 26th of April
4 – 5 June 2013 | Conference Aston Lakeside Centre, Birmingham
Conference sessions include: Network Technology, Process Control & Optimisation, Power Systems, Instrumentation & Asset Management, Control Techniques, Robotics
IET are offering UKACC members the IET Member booking rate.
I you are thinking of bringing the team, there is a 3 for 2 group rate.
Please find more information at the conference website