The IFAC 2017 World Congress has received 4256 contributions. The International Program Committee works hard to finalize the reviewing/selection process. Most of the work has been done. Associate Editors and Technical Associate Editors have finalized the evaluation of each contribution. Nevertheless, acceptance/rejection notifications may not be ready for the initial date of 20 February 2017. The notifications are postponed to 24 February.
Update on 24 February: decisions are almost ready but some last cross check should be done. New notification date: 27 February.
Please find below a message of Michel Kinnaert, Young Author Prize Chair.
The organisational team wishes you the best for 2017 and invites you to join us in Toulouse, for IFAC’2017 in July, 9-14. Let this event be an important challenge and a great success in your research projects!
On Thursday 19 January 2017 the IFAC 2017 organizing committee invites all partners and potential partners of the 20th IFAC World Congress for breakfast meeting. The meeting is in partnership with ESOF2018 and takes place at the main building of Toulouse University.
Please fill the form to register to the meeting.
Submission of IFAC extended abstracts has closed on 7 December, less than a month after the deadline for IFAC-standard papers. All submissions are now under review. The program of the Congress will be announced in February.
Congratulations and thanks to the authors.
Based on the data available on 12 December 2016, the total number of contributions is 4256 which include:
Submission of IFAC extended abstract papers and workshops & Tutorials has closed on 7 December.
Congratulations and thanks to all the authors.
The temporary number of contributions on December 8 is 4261 including 4084 papers.
Non fully consolidated statistics indicate:
Due to several kind requests, we have decided to extend the deadline for Workshops and Tutorials, and Extended Abstract type contributions. The new deadline is: 7 December 2016. This is a firm deadline and there will be no further extension.