Friday, May 15, 2015

[DMANET] CAO2015 Deadline Extension

Dear Colleagues,

Due to many requests regarding the deadline for the

16th IFAC WORKSHOP ON Control Applications of Optimization (CAO'2015)

to by held in

Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, Germany from October 6 to 9, 2015,

we decided to extend the submission deadline for draft papers to June 1.

Additionally we announce special sessions on

- Forecasting

- Risk Management

- Complex Analytics

CAO' 2015 is an international meeting of the International Federation of
Automatic Control, sponsored by the IFAC Technical Committee on Optimal
Control and co-sponsored by the IFAC Technical Committees on Adaptive and
Learning Systems, Networked Systems, Linear Control Systems, Non-Linear
Control Systems, Robust Control and Economic and Business Systems.

CAO' 2015 is organized by Prof. Stefan Pickl, Institut für Theoretische
Informatik, Mathematik und Operations Research, Fakultät für Informatik,
Universität der Bundeswehr München.


Authors are encouraged to submit papers, session proposals and invited
sessions electronically in PDF format using the conference submission system
PaperPlaza: <>

In order to encourage young researchers and recognize valuable
contributions, CAO' 2015 will acknowledge an outstanding paper with the Best
Paper Student Award. It will be granted to a Master's or PhD student.

To qualify for consideration, the corresponding author of the paper must be
less than 35 years old at the paper submission date, be enrolled in a PhD or
Master's program and present the paper at the conference. The winner will be
announced during the workshop.

All papers must be prepared in accordance with the publication requirements
for IFAC meetings and must not exceed 6 two-column pages.

For detailed information about the scope, topics, and paper submission
please visit our website: <> WWW.CAO2015.DE

Please direct any question regarding organization or the program to:

Dr. Martin Zsifkovits

E- Mail: <>

Tel.: +49 (89) 6004 2264

Fax: +49 (89) 6004 3561

Best regards,

Dr. Martin Zsifkovits

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