Call for Papers: 56th Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing

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Call for Papers: Due July 9, 2018 Manuscripts can be submitted from June 15-July 9, 2018 with the submission deadline of July 9th being firm. Please follow the instructions at
When Feb 07, 2018 12:00 AM to
Jul 09, 2018 11:55 PM
Where Allerton Park and Retreat Center, Monticello, IL
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Call for Papers: Due July 9, 2018

• Communication systems
• Communication and computer networks
• Detection and estimation theory
• Information theory
• Error control coding
• Source coding and data compression
• Network algorithms
• Control systems
• Robust and nonlinear control
• Adaptive control
• Optimization
• Dynamic games
• Multi-agent systems
• Large-scale systems
• Robotics and automation
• Manufacturing systems
• Discrete event systems
• Multivariable control
• Computer vision-based control
• Learning theory
• Cyber-physical systems
• Security and resilience in networks
• VLSI architectures for communications and signal processing
• Intelligent transportation systems

Manuscripts can be submitted from June 15-July 9, 2018 with the submission deadline
of July 9th being firm. Please follow the instructions at
JULY 9 — Submission Deadline
AUGUST 6 — Acceptance Date Authors will be notified of acceptance via email
by August 7, 2017, at which time they will also be sent detailed instructions for the
preparation of their papers for the Conference Proceedings.
AFTER AUGUST 6 — Registration Opens
OCTOBER 2-5 — Conference Dates
October 2 — Opening Tutorial Lectures at the Coordinated Science Lab,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
October 3-5 — Conference Sessions at the University of Illinois Allerton Park
& Retreat Center. The Allerton House is located 26 miles southwest of the
Urbana-Champaign campus of the University of Illinois in a wooded area on the
Sangamon River. It is part of the 1,500 acre Robert Allerton Park, a complex
of natural and man-made beauty designated as a National natural landmark.
Allerton Park has 20 miles of well-maintained trails and a living gallery of
formal gardens, studded with sculptures collected from around the world.
PLENARY SPEAKER — A. Stephen Morse, Dudley Professor of Electrical
Engineering at Yale University
OCTOBER 7 — Final Paper Deadline Final versions of papers that are presented
at the conference must be submitted electronically in order to appear in the
Conference Proceedings and IEEE Xplore.
INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS | Regular papers suitable for presentation in 20
minutes are solicited. Regular papers will be published in full (subject to a maximum
length of eight 8.5” x 11” pages, in two column format) in the Conference Proceedings.
Only papers that are actually presented at the conference and uploaded as final
manuscripts can be included in the proceedings, which will be available after the
conference on IEEE Xplore. For reviewing purposes of papers, a title and a five to
ten page extended abstract, including references and sufficient detail to permit
careful reviewing, are required.

The Allerton Conference is co-sponsored by the Coordinated Science Lab
and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.


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