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

October 6-8, 2010, Nice, France

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Call for paper (pdf)


Invited sessions

An invited session consists of a presentation session of six papers on a specific conference topic. We invite senior scientists who have a special interest in a specific conference topic to take responsibility for an invited session, gathering papers from a range of research expertise around the world.

Organisers of Invited Sessions undertake to:

  1. Puce Select a topic of interest to themselves and to conference delegates;

  2. Puce Obtain six or more papers on this topic;

  3. Puce Ensure the papers are submitted through the online review system;

  4. Puce Provide suitable reviewers for the reviews of the papers;

  5. Puce Ensure the final versions of the publication files for the papers are uploaded before the deadline;

  6. Puce Attend the conference and chair the session.

Researchers who would like to organise one or more Invited Sessions on topics falling within the scope of the conference are invited to submit a proposal for consideration. This should include: the title of the session, a copy of the session abstract as well as individual paper abstracts from each of the proposed participants. Through the submission website, please submit an invited session proposal and complete the fields in this section. An invited session identification code will be communicated to the corresponding proposer and should be used by the prospective contributors.


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 Invited 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.


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Dr. Xavier Olive

Thales Alenia Space, France

How to deal with high availability and robustness in Space domain? - FDI(R) for satellite at Thales Alenia Space

Prof. Marios Polycarpou

University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Intelligent Monitoring and Fault Tolerance in Large-Scale Distributed Systems

Prof. Venkat Venkatasubramanian

Purdue University, USA

Abnormal Events Management in Complex Process Plants: Challenges, Opportunities, and Emerging Trends


Prof. Christopher Edwards

University of Leicester, UK

Sliding mode schemes for fault tolerant control

Prof. Jin Jiang

The University of Western Ontario, Canada

Why does one need fault-tolerant control systems anyway?

Dr. Henrik Niemann

Technical University of Denmark

A model-based approach for fault-tolerant control

Prof. Dariusz Uciński

University of Zielona Góra, Poland

Sensor network scheduling for identification of spatially distributed processes