CFP: ISRCS 2012
Call for Papers
5th International Symposium on Resilient Control Systems
Salt Lake City, Utah | August 14-16, 2012
Overview The major purpose of this symposium is to extend and endorse particular concepts that will generate novel research and codify resilience in next generation control system designs.
Energy security and sustainability are important concerns to individuals and industry alike, but even with the promise of a smart grid, increasing research will be necessary to ensure that what is achieved is more resilient in nature. As mobile and industrial robotics form an ever increasing role in both national defense and plant automation, the dependence on these systems elevates a need to ensure continued operability in spite of hazardous environments. Through appropriate sessions and presentations, the symposium will highlight resilience in light of the power system and robotics, bringing to light resilience perspectives important to these applications.
For ISRCS 2012, "Best in Track" papers will be awarded, as well as a "Best in Symposium" paper. Selected papers from those honored with this achievement will be invited to contribute to a 2012 Special Section on Resilient Control Systems to be published in IEEE Transactions. The winner of the Best Symposium Paper will also be invited to attend an ISRCS special event free of charge.
|Special Session Proposal Submission:||January 31, 2012|
|Paper Submission Due:||April 2, 2012|
|Notification of Paper Acceptance:||June 4, 2012|
|Final Paper Submission:||July 9, 2012|
|Author Registration:||July 9, 2012|
|Early Registration for Other Participants and Guests End:||July 13, 2012|
Symposium Location Hilton Salt Lake City Center 255 South West Temple Salt Lake City, Utah, United States 84101 T: 801.328.2000 F: 801.238.4888
- Opportunity to participate in an evolving focus area within critical infrastructure protection and cyber-physical systems
- Reduced registration fee for IEEE IES members
- Optional trip to area attraction(s) for a nominal fee
- Papers accepted for publication will be indexed by IEEE Xplore and Compendex.
For travel logistics support, contact Jodi Grgich, 208.526.9439, or Jodi.Grgich@inl.gov