2001 ACC 2001 American Control Conference

Place: The Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel, Arlington, Virginia, USA
Date: June 25-27, 2001 (Monday-Wednesday)
Conference web site: http://www.acc01.a2c2.org

The American Automatic Control Council (AACC) will hold the twentieth American Control Conference (ACC) June 25-27, 2001 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Virginia. This conference will bring together people working in the fields of control, automation, and related areas. The 2001 ACC will cover a range of topics relevant to theory and practical implementation of control and automation. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: industrial applications, robotics, manufacturing, guidance and flight control, power systems, process control, multivariable control, adaptive and optimal control, robustness, measurement and sensing, signal processing, identification and estimation, modeling and advanced simulation, fault detection, model validation, intelligent control, expert systems, neural nets, control engineering education, and computer aided design.

The AACC is particularly interested in enhancing the applications and industrial perspective of the ACC. Accordingly, the 2001 ACC will include Tutorial Sessions that feature a detailed introduction to an industrially-proven, but still relatively new, technique followed by a series of short presentations from industrial participants discussing the implementation, application, and benefits of the technique.

While the deadline for contributed papers and invited and tutorial sessions has passed, we invite you to find out more about the 2001 ACC and hope that you will attend next June. Further information can be obtained from the 2001 ACC web page or by contacting:

General Chair
Bruce H. Krogh
Carnegie Mellon University
Dept. of Elec. & Comp. Engineering
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Phone: 412-268-2472
Fax: 412-268-3890
E-mail: krogh@ece.cmu.edu