ACC 2023 seeks proposals for workshops addressing current and future topics in automatic control from experts in academia and industry. The workshops at ACC 2023 will take place in person before the conference on Tuesday, May 30. The organizers can choose to have a full-day or a half-day workshop. The organizers can also opt for an add-on virtual option to the in-person workshop. If opted in, a virtual version of the in-person workshop will be held a few weeks before the workshop.
The workshop organizers must submit a workshop proposal to the ACC submission website in PaperPlaza, selecting “Workshop Proposal”. The workshop proposal are due on October 14, 2022, and should include the following details:
Title of the workshop:
Organizers (Name and Affiliation):
Full-Day or Half-day Workshop:
Virtual Workshop Option:
Indicate if you would be interested in an add-on virtual workshop option. If opted in, a virtual version of the in-person workshop will be held a few weeks before the workshop.
Expected Number of Participants:
Note that we reserve the right to cancel a workshop if the registration numbers are too low.
Workshop Abstract (around 500 words): Please describe the motivation and impact of the workshop
Tentative list of speakers, talk/activity titles, and abstracts:
Indicate if you have been involved with a similar workshop at other conferences (including previous ACCs). If yes, please indicate the number of participants and the overall impact of the earlier workshops.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI):
A2C2 strongly believes in increasing diversity, ensuring equity, promoting inclusion, and enhancing outreach and engagement. The workshop organizers are strongly encouraged to consider how they would promote DEI in their workshops. If you have concrete plans to promote DEI in your workshops, please indicate them in the proposal.
For more information, or to discuss potential workshop ideas, please contact Workshop Chair, Vaibhav Srivastava