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The third annual Australian Control Conference (AUCC) is organised by Engineers Australia through its National Committee for Automation, Control and Instrumentation (NCACI). It is technically sponsored by the IEEE Control Systems Society. The purpose of the conference is to provide a forum for Australian and International researchers, students and control engineers from industry and Government organisations to exchange ideas and recent results, as well as discuss current problems arising in control engineering research and industrial practice. International contributions are encouraged and will be solicited for.

The technical programme consists of oral presentations, poster presentations, keynote lectures and special industrial sessions whose purpose is to encourage a better exchange between practising control engineers and researchers in universities and government agencies. The proceedings will be available from the Engineers Australia online library and from IEEE Xplore®,and will be indexed by EI.

Two types of contributions are sought:
  • Regular papers, 8 pages for submission, 6 pages for proceedings (peer reviewed, presented orally or as posters to be decided by the technical program committee, published in proceedings)
  • Industrial abstracts, 2 pages (peer reviewed, typically presented as posters or in a special oral session on industrial problems, published in proceedings)

Important Deadline:[CFP_AUCC2013.pdf]
Submission of papers: 26th April, 2013 (deadline extended to 16th May 2013)
Author notification: 21st July 2013
Final upload of papers: 12th September, 2013 (Final Extension)

Instructions for Final Upload of Papers

Step 1: Please fill in the AUCC2013 Copyright Form with your details and sign it.

Step 2: Please prepare your paper using the IEEE style files provided on the conference website. Contributed Papers have a 6 page limit and Industrial Abstracts have a 2 page limit. If the authors would like to have extra pages published (up to 8 pages for contributed papers and up to 4 pages for Industrial Abstracts), they can make an extra payment of $100 per page. The payment can be made here.

Step 3: Each paper should have at least one appropriate registration paid for before the paper can be uploaded. Please pay for your registration here. You will need to save a receipt of your registration.

Step 4: Please email a copy of your registration confirmation along with your paper number(s) to rboak@engineersaustralia.org.au
Email a copy of Signed Transfer of Copyrights Form and your registration confirmation along with your paper number to Victor Sreeram, Victor.Sreeram@uwa.edu.au

Step 5: Please allow a few hours for processing. Once we have processed your information, we will enable you to upload the final version of your paper at the Papercept website. Before the upload, please test your pdf file to ensure that it complies with the IEEE format. The program for file testing is available at the Papercept website.
If you have any questions or problems with your final paper upload, please contact Victor Sreeram, Victor.Sreeram@uwa.edu.au

Before the upload, please test your pdf file to ensure that it compiles with the IEEE format. The program for file testing is available at the Papercept website.

Student Travel Award:

AUCC2013 has received funding from the CSS Outreach Fund to support student travel to the conference. The funds will be used to support the student travel expenses to attend the conference. In order to apply for the student travel award, students will be required to meet the following eligibility requirements:
  • the student should be enrolled full time at a university.
  • have an accepted paper at the conference, with the student as the first named author.
The above travel award is not expected to cover the total cost of the conference travel being undertaken. It is necessary for applicants to ensure that other funding is available. Therefore, preference will be given to students who have obtained partial support from their university or supervisor. Due to limited funding, the total number of travel awards, and total amount awarded per student will depend on the number of applications received. Applications confirming the student eligibility and stating the reasons for seeking student travel award should be sent to the Conference Chair, Victor Sreeram, victor.sreeram@uwa.edu.au before 23rd August 2013.

Best Student Paper Award:

This award will be presented to a student whose paper is selected by a committee. The award consists of a certificate and a check for AUD $500. Runner ups will be awarded a certificate only.
Eligibility: the accepted papers on which a postgraduate or undergraduate student is the first named author are eligible for the award. In particular, the first author should be enrolled as a postgraduate or undergraduate student on the date of the conference submission deadline. The student's supervisor should write a nomination letter confirming the student eligibility and outlining the reasons for nomination; the letter (emails are accepted) should be sent to the Conference Chair, Victor Sreeram, victor.sreeram@uwa.edu.au

Nine papers were nominated for the Best Student Paper Award at AUCC 2013. The committee consisting of Associate Professor Michael Cantoni (Chair), Associate Professor Khac Duc Do and Dr. Lorenzo Ntogramatzidis shortlisted three papers. They are:

Authors: Alireza Mohammadi, Dragan Nesic and Chris Manzie
  • Finalist: Alireza Mohammadi
Nominator: Dragan Nesic Paper Title: Emulation Design for a Class of Extremum Seeking Controllers: Case Studies in ABS Design and Spark Timing Calibration

Authors: Jiahu Qin and Changbin Yu
  • Finalist: Jiahu Qin
Nominator: Changbin Yu Paper Title: An examination of coordination for homogeneous linear agents under arbitrary network topology

Authors: Timothy L. Molloy and Jason J. Ford
  • Finalist: Timothy L. Molloy
Nominator: Jason J. Ford Paper Title: Consistent HMM Parameter Estimation using Kerridge Inaccuracy Rates

The winner of the AUCC2013 Best Student Paper Award will be announced at the Conference Banquet on Monday, 4th November 2013.

Instruction to Authors:

Pdf Compliance and On-Line Pdf Test

All papers submitted to AUCC2013 need to be prepared as compliant pdf files
  • Follow the link Support for MS Word templates and LaTeX style files, and for information about the correct settings to convert your MS Word or LaTeX file to compliant pdf.

  • Use the on-line pdf test to validate your pdf file before trying to upload it.


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