|Submission of draft papers||April 29th, 2019|
|Notification of acceptance||June 20th, 2019|
|Final version due||July 20th, 2019|
Papers must be submitted electronically via web upload only. Full papers should be submitted in standard IEEE A4 paper and double-column format for conferences. Six pages are allowed for each paper. Submitted papers will undergo a peer review process, coordinated by the Program Chairs and the IPC. Please visit the conference website for further information. Proceedings of the conference will produced in compliance with IEEE Xplore’s PDF requirements for immediate inclusion in the IEEE Electronic Library on IEEE Xplore. Proceedings of past SysTol Conferences have been included in the IEEE Xplore.
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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.
Registered and presented papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore.
Authors of selected outstanding papers will be invited to submit extended versions of their papers for consideration of publication in the following journal:
Faults/failures in technical systems may have many undesired consequences as damage to technical parts of plants, endangering of human life or pollution of the environment. Equipment failures may also have profound negative impact on production costs and product quality. The development of fault diagnosis methods allowing early detection of faults/failures is crucial in order to protect complex manufacturing machineries, to increase human life safety and to support decision making on emergency actions and repairs. Moreover, in highly automated industrial systems where maintenance or repair cannot be carried-out immediately, it is crucial to employ fault-tolerant control systems capable of ensuring acceptable performance even in the presence of faults. The conference will bring together academics, engineers and practitioners active in the fields of fault diagnosis, fault tolerant control and their application in process monitoring and maintenance.
The conference main aims are: