Call for Application : The 2011 Asian School of Automatic Control (ASAC2011)
The 2011 Asian School of Automatic Control (ASAC2011) aims to to provide seminal material to raise the possibilities to create, promote or consolidate research and educational groups dealing with automatic control theory and technology from developing countries in the South East Asian region. The ultimate objectives of the course should be to provide the participants with an overview of the main principles and technologies for the latest development of control. In addition, this event will provide a forum for discussion of new ideas, research, development and applications, including techniques and methods to stimulate and inspire pioneering works in control engineering. Particularly, recent issues in the application of control technology in some areas of special local interest will be emphasized.
Moreover, ASAS2011 will offer a networking opportunity of students and young staff in automatic control and to promote collaboration between the AUN/SEED-Net network and International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC), Asian Control Association (ACA), and ECTI Thailand on education to ASEAN countries. The ASAC2011 is now open for applications from young teaching staff and graduate students from ASEAN who are interested in automatic control study. There will be 20 available seats for Thailand. Local participants will receive lecture notes, luncheon, and seminar kit. No registration fee.
Content: Three-day lectures on "Advances in Automatic Control Systems for Sustainable Industries" delivered by renowned professors. Topics include advanced process control, robotics, renewable energy, food biotechnology, biomedical engineering, impacts to environment, disaster mitigation, and water management.
Date & Venue: 19-21 January 2011 at Chulalongkorn University
Deadline for application: November 15, 2010.