The main purpose of the Industry and Applications Tutorial Sessions at the American Control Conference is outreach to industry to share state-of‐the‐art control approaches and theory in real‐world engineering applications and practice to our controls community at large. You can expect your audience to be conference participants from academia, government and industry as well as students of control.
Contributions mostly include industry and government participants to provide maximum exposure to commercial and governmental application of control theory and techniques, but tutorial sessions organized by academia is also encouraged if it offers and demonstrates useful techniques and methods towards practical applications of control.
Tutorial sessions attempt to engage industry experienced, practicing control engineers to introduce control applications in areas that others may not even be aware of; a valuable and useful experience for academia, students and other industry participants. Contributors have the opportunity to help ‘bridge the gap’ so often referred to between the theory academics offer and the actual practice in industry by introducing new methods and techniques or by filling in details that academic coursework may have overlooked.
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