MSC2015 | 21-23 September 2015 | Novotel Manly Pacific | Sydney, Australia
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Key Dates

Submission invited sessions April 8, 2015
Technical paper submission and workshop proposals April 15, 2015
Notification of acceptance July 18, 2015
Preliminary program ready July 29, 2015
Final paper due August 15, 2015
Early registration ends August 15, 2015
Conference program ready September 1, 2015
Conference dates September 21-23, 2015

Welcome to MSC 2015

The 2015 IEEE Multi-Conference on Systems and Control (MSC) will be held Monday through Wednesday, September 21 - 23, at the Novotel Manly Pacific Hotel, Manly Beach, Sydney. Manly is one of Sydney's iconic beaches and the Novotel is directly on the beach overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Manly features numerous cosmopolitan cafes and quality accommodation. Also, Manly is a short ferry ride across Sydney Harbour to Circular Quay in downtown Sydney. The city of Sydney has a wide-ranging cultural life, a dynamic food scene, iconic beaches and a vibrant cityscape of outstanding contemporary and colonial architecture. Sydney's climate is temperate sub-tropical. The conference will be held in Spring which in Sydney runs from September to November. Sydney boasts an enviable outdoor lifestyle because of its sunny weather

The conference includes two international conferences sponsored and promoted by the IEEE Control Systems Society:

  • The IEEE Conference on Control Applications (CCA)
  • The IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Control (ISIC)

MSC 2015 provides a unique opportunity for researchers and practitioners from different areas to formulate new challenges, to discuss the state-of-the-art and the future directions in advanced control technology and intelligent systems. Presentations of theoretical results along with applications and research involving control related experiments are encouraged. MSC 2015 will feature outstanding Plenary and Keynote speakers, contributed and invited papers, special and tutorial sessions and pre-conference workshops covering a broad range of topics relevant to control applications and methods.

I welcome all control researchers and practitioners to Sydney in 2015.

With best regards

Ian Petersen


About The Conference

Sydney, Australia is the host city for IEEE Multi-conference on Systems and Control (MSC2015). When it comes to which city is Australia's true global city, there's no argument it's Sydney. The city has a wide-ranging cultural life, dynamic food scene and vibrant cityscape of outstanding contemporary and colonial architecture. Iconic beaches and five major national parks deliver unforgettable experiences.

MSC 2015 includes two international conferences sponsored and promoted by the IEEE Control Systems Society:

  • The IEEE Conference on Control Applications (CCA)
  • The IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Control (ISIC)

MSC 2015 will be a three-day event, preceded by a full day of Tutorials and Workshops. The conference proceedings will be included in IEEE Xplore and indexed by INSPEC and Ei-Compendex.

The social program will provide a unique Australian experience and will be an opportunity for delegates to come together to build networks and relationships away from the formality of Conference sessions.

Who Should Attend?

Academics, research students, engineers working in industries.

Why should they attend?

The participants will publish their papers, and have interactions with other researchers, find out the state-of-the art research results; internationally renowned plenary speakers, industrial exhibitions.

Organising Committee

  • General Chair: Ian Petersen
  • Program Chair: Reza Moheimani
  • Finance Chair: Rick Middleton
  • Tutorial/workshop Chair: Andrey Savkin
  • Local Arrangements Chair: Weixing Zheng
  • Publicity Chair: Liuping Wang
  • Publications Chair: Victor Sreeram
  • Best student paper award Chair: Alessandro Beghi
  • Student Activities and Developing Nations Program Chair: Tuan Hoang
  • Registration Chair: Ying Tan
  • Invited Session Chair: Ian Manchester