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Dear CAST Colleagues

I am resending the call for invited sessions for the 2010 American Control
Conference. The September 15, 2009 deadline for proposal submission is
approaching fast, and so far, to my knowledge, there have been no
submissions from CAST.

AIChE and CAST members have been traditionally strong supporters of the
American Control Conference in terms of invited sessions. I would like to
encourage members of our community to consider submitting an invited
session proposal to the 2010 ACC by the September 15 deadline.

Thank you very much

John P. Congalidis
2010 CAST10B Program Coordinator
Research Planning Fellow
DuPont Central Research and Development
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(302) 695-6897
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Call for Papers and Invited/Special/Tutorial Session Proposals
2010 American Control Conference
Baltimore, MD USA
June 30 - July 2, 2010

http://www.a2c2.org/conferences/acc2010/index.html

KEY DATES
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Deadline for all submissions and proposals: September 15, 2009
Notification of acceptance/rejection: January 31, 2010
Final manuscript submission deadline: March 15, 2010
Advanced Registration Deadline: April 20, 2009


AIChE and CAST10B are encouraging contributions in the following categories:

- Contributed papers, either regular (6-8 pages) or short papers.

- Invited session proposals that present topics from multiple viewpoints
with a unifying theme. Each proposal should consist of a summary statement
and six regular papers. People interested in organizing invited session
proposals should inform 2010 CAST10B Program Coordinator, John Congalidis,
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- Education/Tutorial session proposals that address state-of-the-art control
  theory and industrial applications. Tutorials are encouraged to have panel
  discussions.

- Pre-conference workshop proposals addressing topics of current interest to
  the control community.

- Industry-focused tutorial sessions, which feature a one-hour tutorial
  presentation on an industrially proven, still relatively new technique,
  followed by a series of short presentations from industrial participants
  discussing the implementation, application, and benefits of the technique.

- Interactive sessions featuring posters, and hardware and software
  demonstrations.

All submissions will be subjected to the same review standards. Visit
http://www.a2c2.org/conferences/acc2010/index.html for complete conference
information.

John P. Congalidis
2010 CAST10B Program Coordinator
Research Planning Fellow
DuPont Central Research and Development
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(302) 695-6897

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