Conference on Control and Fault-Tolerant Systems (SysTol’10)

October 6-8, 2010, Nice, France

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Important Dates
Call for paper (pdf)


Important dates

The Program Chairs are soliciting contributed technical papers for presentation at the Conference and publication in the Conference Proceedings, as well as proposals for invited sessions/papers/talks by topic of interest.


Submission of draft papers:

Notification of acceptance:

Final version due:

May 15th, 2010 May 30th, 2010

July 1st, 2010 July 19th, 2010

September 1st, 2010


The scientific program will consist of:

  1. Puce Plenary and semi-plenary lectures by invited speakers;

  2. Puce Regular paper presentations in oral sessions;

  3. Puce Regular paper presentations in interactive sessions;

  4. Puce Invited sessions;

  5. Puce Student sessions.

All submitted papers will undergo the same review process. For each accepted paper, at least one author is requested to register for the symposium upon delivery of the final paper.

Topics of SysTol’10 includes (but are not limited to)

Research areas

    Statistical and signal processing

    Fault detection and isolation

    Fault tolerant control / fault recovery

    Networked control system

    Health monitoring

    Quality monitoring

    Decision making

    Discrete event and hybrid systems

    Supervisory control

    Fault-forecasting methods

    Design for reliability and safety

    Model-based methods

    Data driven methods

    Soft computing

    Maintenance policies

    Risk analysis

Industrial applications – Case studies

    Transportation systems


    Autonomous vehicles

    Road infrastructure

    Power plants / energy transport

    Chemical processes

    Aeronautics / aerospace

    Civil engineering

    Building supervision

    Mining and mineral

    Metal processing

    Water treatment

    Communication networks

    Mechatronic and robotics

    Manufacturing systems

    Medical device

Paper submission

Papers must be submitted electronically via web upload only. Full papers should be submitted in standard IEEE US paper and double-column format for conferences. The first page of the paper, centered on the top below the top margin, should include the paper title, the authors' names and their affiliations, an abstract, and keywords. Six pages are allowed for each paper. Submitted papers will undergo a peer review process, co-ordinated by the Program Chairs and the IPC. Please visit workshop website for more information.


Submission of draft papers:

May 15th, May 30th, 2010

Notification of acceptance:

July 1st, July 19th, 2010

Final version due:

September 1st, 2010


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