7th International Conference of Control, Dynamic Systems, and Robotics (CDSR’20)

June 8, 2020 - June 10, 2020 | Niagara Falls , Canada


The Conference Proceedings will be published with an ISSN and ISBN, indexed in Scopus and Google Scholar, and archived permanently in Portico.

The 7th International Conference of Control, Dynamic Systems, and Robotics (CDSR'20) aims to become the leading annual conference in fields related to Control, Dynamic Systems, and Robotics. The goal of CDSR'20 is to gather scholars from all over the world to present advances in the relevant fields and to foster an environment conducive to exchanging ideas and information. This conference will also provide an ideal environment to develop new collaborations and meet experts on the fundamentals, applications, and products of the mentioned fields.

CDSR'20 is an acronym for Control, Dynamic Systems and Robotics.

Topics for CDSR’20 include, but are not limited, to the following:

  • Adaptive Control
  • Bio-Inspired Systems and Control
  • Cloud Computing in Control Applications
  • Computational Intelligence
  • Control in Healthcare
  • Distributed Control
  • Embedded Control
  • Fuzzy Systems
  • Intelligent and AI Based Systems
  • Learning Systems
  • Linear and Nonlinear Control
  • Mechatronics
  • Micro and Nano Systems
  • Motion Control
  • Optimal Control
  • Process Control, Automation, and Instrumentation
  • Quantum Control
  • Robotics

Poster Board Dimensions:
Authors presenting via poster boards are to be informed that poster boards are 90 cm height and 70 cm width.

IMPORTANT DATES
Feb
25
2020

Extended Paper Submission Deadlines

Mar
10
2020

Extended Notification to Authors

Mar
31
2020

Extended Early-Bird Registration



Author Guidelines


Submissions in the form of extended abstracts, short papers, and full manuscripts are welcome.

  • all submitted papers will be peer-reviewed
  • the congress proceedings will be published under an ISSN and ISBN number
  • the conference proceedings will be indexed by Scopus and  Google Scholar
  • each paper will be assigned a unique DOI number by Crossref
  • the proceedings will be permanently archived in Portico (one of the largest community-supported digital archives in the world).
  • selected papers from the congress will be submitted for possible publication in the


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Conference Chairs


New York City College of Technology
Dr. Aparicio Carranza

New York City College of Technology, USA
Conference Chair

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Dr. Yang Shi
Dr. Yang Shi

University of Victoria, Canada
Conference Co - Chair

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Plenary Speaker


Dr. Perry Y. Li
Dr. Perry Y. Li

University of Minnesota, USA
Plenary Speaker

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Keynote Speakers


Dr. Gary M. Bone
Dr. Gary M. Bone

McMaster University, Canada
Keynote Speaker

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Dr. Medhat Moussa
Dr. Medhat Moussa

University of Guelph, Canada
Keynote Speaker

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Dr. Murti Salapaka
Dr. Murti Salapaka

University of Minnesota, USA
Keynote Speaker

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Dr. Robert Langlois
Dr. Robert Langlois

Carleton University, Canada
Keynote Speaker

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Dr. Aditya Mahajan
Dr. Aditya Mahajan

McGill University, Canada
Keynote Speaker

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