Sponsored by the SIAM Activity Group on Control and Systems Theory
This conference is being held jointly with the 2009 SIAM Annual Meeting.
Please be advised that in order to avoid an unacceptable meeting environment due to unscheduled construction, the conference is being relocated from the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel to the Colorado Convention Center. Conference sessions and all associated events will take place at the Colorado Convention Center (http://www.denverconvention.com/).
If you reserved a sleeping room at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, your sleeping room reservation will not be affected by the change in conference location.
The Colorado Convention Center is located approximately five (5) blocks from the Sheraton Downtown Hotel. Shuttle transportation will be provided for conference participants between the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel and the Colorado Convention Center on a continuous basis. Shuttle information will be provided upon check-in at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel.
As of January 12, 2009, a valid ESTA approval is required for all Visa Waiver Program (VWP) to travel to the United States. Please visit http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/without/without_1990.html for additional information and procedures.
Andrzej Banaszuk, United Technologies Research Center
Jeff Borggaard, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Maurizio Falcone, Università di Roma “La Sapienza,” Italy
Joao Hespanha, University of California, Santa Barbara
Mary Ann Horn, Vanderbilt University
Navin Khaneja, Harvard University
William Levine (co-chair), University of Maryland, College Park
William McEneaney (co-chair), University of California, San Diego
Bozenna Pasik-Duncan, University of Kansas
Jacquelien Scherpen, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Ralph Smith, North Carolina State University
The field of control theory is central to a wide range of aeronautic, aerospace, industrial, automotive and advanced technological systems and increasingly recognized as fundamental for emerging fields ranging from nanotechnology to cell regulation. In addition to its ubiquity for process regulation in the physical sciences, control concepts now pervade the biological, computer, and social sciences. This conference will showcase a wide range of topics in control and systems theory. The topics and applications include real-time optimization and data assimilation, cellular and biological regulation, control techniques for financial mathematics, cooperative control for unmanned autonomous vehicles, biomedical control, risk sensitive control and filtering, control of smart systems, flow control and quantum control. This conference is a continuation of a series of meetings started in 1989 in San Francisco.
SIAM and the Conference Organizing Committee wish to extend their thanks and appreciation to the U.S. National Science Foundation for its support of this conference.
Control and Computation
Control and Identification of Distributed Parameter Systems
Control of Biological Systems, Cellular and Biological Regulation
Control of Networks
Control of Nonlinear Systems
Control of Smart Material Systems
Control Techniques for Financial Mathematics
Cooperative Control for Unmanned Autonomous Vehicles
Fluid Flow Control
Learning in Control
Networked and Embedded Controls
Nonlinear Filtering and Identification
Optimization in Control and Systems Theory
Quantum Control and Estimation
Real-time Control, Optimization and Data Assimilation
Stochastic and Risk Sensitive Control
Viscosity Solution Framework
February 16, 2009: Minisymposium proposals
February 16, 2009: Abstracts for contributed and minisymposium speakers
June 8, 2009
HOTEL RESERVATION DEADLINE
June 15, 2009