Instructions for CCTA2019 presenters
Each speaker is allocated 20 minutes for your talk, including the time for Q&A and for changeover between speakers.
There is a desktop computer with Window 10 system connected to the projector in each room. You may bring your USB for presentation. If you opt to use your own laptop, you need to meet the Session Chair/Co-Chair 10 minutes before the session starts, to check that your laptop works properly with the projector. For Mac computer, you need to bring a correct interface adaptor.
Registration is now open at: http://css.paperplaza.net/registration/
Call for Contributed Papers: Papers are invited in the form of regular manuscripts. Papers must conform to the submission policy, described below, requiring that all manuscripts be in 2- column format and meet strict page limits.
Call for Invited Sessions: Invited sessions consist of 5-6 papers presenting a unifying. Proposals must describe the motivation and relevance of the session. Proposals must be accompanied by full versions of each paper, which will be individually reviewed together with the proposal itself. Individual papers may be removed from a proposed session and replaced by appropriate contributed papers. In case an entire proposed session is rejected, selected papers may be accepted as contributed papers.
Call for Tutorial Sessions: Tutorial sessions and panel discussions addressing state-of-the-art control theory and advanced industrial applications are solicited.
Call for Workshops: Workshops to be held prior to the conference are solicited on all related topics. Proposals for workshops addressing novel control methodologies and control applications are strongly encouraged.
All papers and session proposals must be submitted through the conference submission website http://css.paperplaza.net and must be submitted in English. All submissions must conform to the following policy:
- All submitted papers must be formatted in the standard 2-column IEEE Proceedings format. Click here for author kits with style (.cls) files for LaTeX and templates (.dot) for MS-Word.
- For the purposes of REVIEW, papers are limited to 8 pages; papers exceeding this limit cannot be uploaded.
- For PUBLICATION in the Proceedings, accepted papers are limited to 6 pages; papers exceeding this limit are subject to a page over-length fee.
- A regular registration by an Author will allow the Author to upload up to 3 of the accepted papers the Author has (co)authored, and a reduced registration will allow the Student/Retiree Author to upload up to one of the accepted papers the (Student/Retiree) Author has (co)authored.