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Call for Participation | 8th IFAC Symposium on System Structure and Control (SSSC 2022), 17th IFAC Workshop on Time Delay Systems (TDS 2022) and 5th IFAC Workshop on Linear Parameter Varying Systems (LPVS 2022)

The 8th IFAC Symposium on System Structure and Control (SSSC 2022), 17th IFAC Workshop on Time Delay Systems (TDS 2022) and 5th IFAC Workshop on Linear Parameter Varying Systems (LPVS 2022) will be held jointly in Montréal, Canada from September 27 to 30, 2022.

The aim of this joint event is to gather academics and professionals with a special interest on system structure, control, linear and nonlinear system theory, and to offer them a forum where to discuss current research developments and open problems as well as to establish scientific networks with a focus on the mathematical structure of systems as well as on the limits it imposes on control systems design and performance.

Starting with 2013, the Symposium on System Structure and Control (SSSC) and the Workshop on Time Delay Systems (TDS) take place in the framework of “joint IFAC Conferences”. The novelty of this joint event is to include also the Workshop on Linear Parameter Varying Systems (LPVS). The present joint conference aims to achieve the same high quality standard of IFAC. The conference is structured across multiple tracks, each of them incorporating several special or regular sessions, poster sessions and industry presentations and demonstrations.

The joint tri-event will take place in the fascinating city of Montréal. The conference will be held at Delta Hotels by Marriott in the downtown core of the city. Montréal is Canada’s second largest city, and the province of Québec’s metropolis. It is a vivid, multilingual, dynamic, hi-tech and creative cosmopolitan city, with a signature blend of North American and European cultures. You will love Montréal for its legendary cultural and gastronomical scenes, with a multitude of restaurants, shopping and entertainment options.

  • Call for Contributed Papers: Papers are invited in the form of regular manuscripts or discussion papers.
  • Call for Invited Sessions: Invited sessions consist of 5-6 papers, which should present a unifying theme from a diversity of viewpoints. Proposals must describe the motivation and relevance of the session.
  • Call for Tutorial/Panel Sessions: Tutorial sessions and panel discussions addressing state-of-the-art control theory and advanced industrial applications are solicited.
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