HSCC 2019 is the 22nd in a series of conferences focusing on original research on concepts, tools, and techniques from computer science, control theory, and applied mathematics for the analysis and control of hybrid dynamical systems, with an emphasis on computational aspects. By drawing on strategies from computation and control, the hybrid systems field offers techniques that are applicable to both man-made cyber-physical systems (ranging from small robots to global infrastructure networks) and natural systems (ranging from biochemical networks to physiological models). The conference covers a wide spectrum of topics ranging from theoretical results to practical considerations, and from academic research to industrial adoption.
Posters presented at the conference will provide an opportunity for conference attendees to interact with researchers in an informal setting. Posters may be about already accepted papers, ongoing research projects, discussions on new problem statements, or preview of late-breaking results. Demos will give the audience a closer look at tools and techniques, and offer an interactive experience with the demonstrated entities. The selection criteria for acceptance will be: novelty, technical merit, relevance to HSCC and, especially for demos, details on the presentation. Abstracts up to 2 page in length describing the poster or demo will be included for publication in the electronic proceedings of HSCC.
These sessions are an excellent way to exchange ideas and for presenters to obtain feedback from the attendees. A best poster/demo prize will be awarded and announced during the conference and on the website.
|Submission deadline||January 29, 2019 (AoE)
|Acceptance notification||February 7, 2019
|Final version submission||February 14, 2019
|Conference||April 16-18, 2019, Montreal, Canada
Submissions consist of an extended abstract of no more than two pages in the ACM template at: http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates. The title of the submission should have the format: "Poster/Demo Abstract: <Paper title>"
Posters: Poster presentations do not have to describe completed work. Poster abstracts can report ongoing or preliminary research work, present case studies, or discuss new research directions. An easel will be provided for all posters.
Demos: Demo abstracts should describe both the technology that will be presented, as well as the user interface. Tables, power, and wireless connectivity will be provided. If a demo requires additional special arrangements, please describe them clearly along with your submission.
To submit, please use this link.
Any questions should be addressed to the Poster/Demo Chair Jun Liu (j.liu at uwaterloo dot ca).
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