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Special Sessions

Special sessions about the following topics will be presented:



MathWorks Special Session

Time and Location: Monday, December 14, 14:00-15:00 (UTC), Event Hall 1 on JVCC

Title: Teaching Dynamics and Control with Arduino-based TCLab

Speaker: John D. Hedengren, Chemical Engineering, Brigham Young University

Abstract: The small, inexpensive, and take-home temperature control lab (TCLab) reinforces process dynamics and control theory with real data. A 2015 NSF-sponsored report "Chemical Engineering Academia-Industry Alignment: Expectations about New Graduates" identifies a strong industrial need for practical understanding of process control and system dynamics. Industry feedback also suggests more focus is needed on translating process control theory into practice. At many universities, this need is met by integrating laboratory experiences into the process control course. In-person laboratory resources are difficult to schedule and manage, especially with COVID-19 restrictions. The TCLab hardware consists of an Arduino shield that fits onto a standard Arduino Leonardo or UNO microcontroller. This talk highlights a few examples of how the TCLab can be interfaced with and run from MATLAB live scripts and Simulink. The TCLab module demonstrates many process control modalities such as SISO, MIMO and cascade control. Students implement the control modalities by coding control algorithms including relay, PID, and model predictive control. The lab is integrated at various points in the process dynamics and control course to reinforce theory with a practical application.

Biography: Dr. John Hedengren is an Associate Professor at Brigham Young University in the Chemical Engineering Department. He leads the BYU Process Research and Intelligent Systems Modeling (PRISM) group with a current focus on structured machine learning for optimization of energy systems, unmanned aircraft, and drilling. His area of expertise is in process dynamics, control, and optimization with applications in fiber optic monitoring, automation of oil and gas processes, unmanned aerial systems, systems biology, and grid-scale energy systems.


Presidents' Panel 1: The Role of IEEE in Advancing Technology for Humanity

Time and Location: Tuesday, December 15, 13:00-13:30 (UTC), Event Hall 1 on JVCC

Panelists:
Toshio Fukuda, IEEE President
Jose Moura, IEEE President (2019)

Moderator: Anuradha Annaswamy, IEEE CSS President

Abstract: In this unique panel, you will hear the two IEEE Presidents, Toshio Fukuda (2020) and Jose Moura (2019), present, discuss, and expand IEEE's motto, "Advancing Technology for Humanity." In this momentous year, as the entire world has adapted to the singular impact of the pandemic, this motto is more relevant than ever. The session will be a live telecast of the conversation between the panelists and the moderator.


Presidents' Panel 2: The Role of Control Systems in Science and Technology for Humanity

Time and Location: Tuesday, December 15, 13:30-14:00 (UTC), Event Hall 1 on JVCC

Panelists:
Hajime Asama, President, International Federation of Automatic Control
Jay Farrell, President, American Automatic Control Council
Keum-Shik Hong, President, Asian Control Association
Jacquelien Scherpen, President, European Control Association

Moderator: Anuradha Annaswamy, IEEE CSS President

Abstract: Several societal-scale problems are now being tackled using scientific and technological tools. Control Systems is at the heart of many of these efforts. This is exemplified not only through varied application domains but also through efforts that are ongoing at several locations across the globe. The four panelists, who are presidents of various associations of Control Systems in different continents, will discuss the role of systems and control for various societal-scale challenges as exemplified by their association, opportunities, and challenges. The session will be a live stream of both pre-taped segments where you will hear from each panelist and a live conversation between the panelists and the moderator.





COVID-19 Related Announcements

PaperPlaza Submission Site

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Key Dates (2020)
Submission Site Opens:January 6
Initial Paper
Submissions to L-CSS with CDC Option Due:
March 3
March 17
Invited Session
Proposals Due:
March 10
March 24
Initial Paper
Submissions Due:
Firm deadline, no extension!
March 17
March 31
Workshop Proposals Due:May 1
Paper and Workshop
Decision Notification:
mid-July
Best Student Paper
Nominations Opens:
July 20
Final Submission Open:August 1 August 15
Registration Opens:August 1
August 15
Best Student Paper
Nominations Closes:
(Note: Final Paper Required)
August 15
August 31
Accepted Papers Due:September 10
September 20
Early Bird Closes:October 1
Online Registration Closes:December 5


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