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2024 IFAC Workshop on Aerospace Control Education July 22 - 24, 2024 Bertinoro, Italy

2024 IFAC Workshop on
Aerospace Control Education

July 22-24, 2024 Bertinoro, Italy

Scope of the workshop

The Organizing Committee invites you to participate in the 2nd IFAC Workshop on Aerospace Control Education, scheduled to take place in Bertinoro, Italy, from July 22nd to 24th, 2024. This event is endorsed by IFAC, the International Federation of Automatic Control and sponsored by IFAC TC 7.3 on Aerospace, with further co-sponsorship from IFAC TC 9.4 on Control Education.

The workshop aims at bringing together an international community of educators, researchers and practitioners of aerospace engineering to discuss new courses, methodologies and tools specifically dedicated to teaching automatic controls in aerospace engineering. Scientists and engineers from industry, research institutes and universities involved in aerospace control education are invited to attend the Workshop and to contribute to the scientific program.

WACE 2024 will be a hybrid event, with support for virtual participation.

Call for papers

Papers that have been accepted and presented at WACE 2024 will be published in the event proceedings which will be made available through the open-access IFAC-PapersOnLine series hosted on ScienceDirect. The final versions of the papers should adhere to a length requirement of 4 to 6 pages. Find out more at Instructions for Authors.

Important dates

  1. Submission site open for regular/invited papers and invited session proposals

  2. Registration site open

  3. Deadline for invited session proposals

  4. Deadline for draft paper submission

  5. Decision notification

  6. Final submissions due

For more information please, refer to the instructions for authors.

Relevant topics

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following topic areas with reference to Aerospace Control Education:

Invited sessions

Invited session proposals are solicited in all of the topic areas of the conference as well as in new or emerging technical areas. Papers in an invited session should form a cohesive focus on the relevant topic. Inclusion of a reasonable diversity of viewpoints is encouraged.

Specifically, the Workshop aims at showcasing academic and industrial tools suitable for aerospace education, therefore invited sessions dealing with demonstrations of hardware and software tools are welcome.

The session proposal should include a one- to two-page document describing the motivation and relevance of the proposed session. The document should also include session organizer contact information and provide a few sentences that describe each invited paper. On submission of the invited session proposal the organizer will receive a session code to be sent to each contributor for the submission of the individual papers.