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21–22 November 2019 The 15th European Workshop on Advanced Control and Diagnosis (ACD 2019)

Bologna, Italy

The 15th European Workshop on Advanced Control and Diagnosis (ACD 2019) will be held Thursday to Friday, 21–22 November 2019 at the School of Engineering and Architecture of the Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna, Bologna, Italy, with the technical co-sponsorship of IFAC. The European Workshop on Advanced Control and Diagnosis is a scientific event periodically organized by research groups active in the areas of advanced control systems and fault diagnosis. The first edition of the workshop took place in Duisburg, Germany, in November 2003. Since then, it has been organized annually and hosted at various Universities in France, Germany, the UK, Poland, Italy, Hungary, Denmark, the Czech Republic, and Romania. The aim is to gather academics and professionals from diverse fields of control systems and automation and offer them a forum to discuss current research developments and open problems, illustrate practical applications, and articulate industry needs and priorities. In accordance with the ACD tradition, all major areas of advanced control and diagnosis will be covered in this edition, which, as a novelty with respect to the previous ones, will also include topics related to cyber-physical production systems, industrial Internet of Things, systems and control for sustainability, and structural methods for complex systems. As to the venue, the city of Bologna, with its rich history, the oldest university in the Western world, its beautiful Medieval downtown, excellent food, lively streets, and gorgeous surroundings, is the perfect setting not only for a profitable scientific event but also for a very pleasant stay.

For further details, please, visit the workshop website.


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