2002 ACC 2002 American Control Conference
May 8-10, 2002, Anchorage, Alaska
William A. Egan Civic & Convention Center
Anchorage Hilton Hotel

Be sure to plan for this first ACC in Alaska! Anchorage is a great place to visit, located on the Cook Inlet, backed by the snow-capped Chugach Mountain Range, facing Mt. McKinley, tempered by the Pacific Ocean currents, and surrounded by wildlife, glaciers, and scenery. At 20,320 feet, McKinley is the tallest peak in North America, and is visible from the city of 250,000 people. In May, the average temperature is 47F, with an average high of 54F. The average rainfall is 0.6 inches and there are nearly 20 hours of functional daylight. Culturally, the region is full of native Eskimo, Russian, explorer, boomtown, and outdoorsman history, art, and gifts. For vacationers the combination of extended daylight, mountains, wilderness, ski resorts, visible wildlife, unique history, and the 39 feet tidal range of the inlet all combine for wonderful memories.

Furthermore, our values of quality and relevance are guiding conference development, and we are designing the conference, tutorial, and workshop events to enhance your professional development and networking with others.

Schedule Summary

September 15, 2001:

January 7, 2002:

  • Author notification and author's kits distributed.
February 15, 2002:

  • Final manuscript due for the Conference proceedings.

Visit the above web page for more information on the 2002 ACC, including full details on how to submit contributed papers, invited sessions, tutorial sessions, and workshops. Additional inquiries can be addressed to:

General Chair
R. Russell Rhinehart
Bartlett Chair and Head
School of Chemical Engineering
423 Engineering North
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078-5021 USA
Phone (405) 744-5280, Fax -6338