Australian and New Zealand
Control Conference
17 to 20 December 2017
Gold Coast, Australia
  

2017 Australian and New Zealand Control Conference
December 17-20, 2017, Gold Coast Convention Centre, Australia

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Last updated on December 24, 2017. This conference program is tentative and subject to change

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ANZCC 2017 Technical Program Monday December 18, 2017     Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Next  Top  
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ANZCC 2017 Technical Program Monday December 18, 2017
Oral Session
08:00-08:30
Arena B
MoAOp

 
10:00-11:00
Room 7
Regular Session MoAOr

Networked Control and Filtering
11:00-12:00
Room 7
Regular Session MoBOr

Nonlinear Systems and Control
 
13:00-14:00
Room 7
Regular Session MoCOr

Hybrid Systems and Complex Systems
14:00-15:00
Room 7
Regular Session MoDOr

Power Control Systems
 
16:00-17:00
Room T1
Plenary Session MoEKe

Plenary Session (1): The Learning Conflict in Stochastic Control - Real Life (and Death) Examples. Speaker: Professor Robert Bitmead



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ANZCC 2017 Technical Program Wednesday December 20, 2017
Oral Session
10:00-11:00
Room 7
Regular Session WeAOr

State Estimation and Filtering
11:00-12:00
Room 7
Regular Session WeBOr

Quantum Control and Estimation
 
13:00-14:00
Room 7
WeCOr

14:00-15:00
Room 7
WeDOr

 
16:00-17:00
Room T1
Plenary Session WeEKe

Plenary Session (3): Iterative Learning Control and Its Applications on Computational Modelling of Human Motor Systems. Speaker: Associate Professor Ying Tan


 
 

 
 

 

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