The 13th Asian Control Conference (ASCC 2021) will be held in Jeju Island, Korea. As a biennial event of the Asian Control Association (ACA), ASCC provides researchers, engineers, and professionals worldwide with excellent opportunities to get together, exchange new findings and views, and discuss the state-of-the-art technologies. The past ASCCs include Tokyo (1994, the 1st), Seoul (1997), Shanghai (2000), Singapore (2002), Melbourne (2004), Bali (2006), Hong Kong (2009), Kaohsiung (2011), Istanbul (2013), Kota Kinabalu (2015), Gold Coast (2017), and Kitakyushu (2019).

Submission Guidelines: The submission portal for ASCC 2021 will open on Oct. 1, 2020. All submissions must be made through the website at http://ascc2021.papercept.net/. When preparing the manuscript, the authors should adhere to the IEEE style for conference paper. All submitted papers must be written in English. Accepted papers are limited to 6 pages (regular paper) and 2 pages (position paper) at no extra charge. Up to two extra pages are allowed with an additional charge. All publication material for presentation must be original and hence cannot be already published, nor can it be under review elsewhere. The authors take responsibility for the material that has been submitted.

The Jeju Island is the only special self-governing province of South Korea. Its area is 1,848 km2, its population is about 600,000, and average temperature is 16 oC. It is a very beautiful and relaxing island of nature & myth. Receiving Halla Mountain’s spirit and surrounding colors of nature’s gift, Jeju Island of unique culture of Tamna raises an anchor towards the Pacific. As a resort and tourist destination, the island was selected as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature in 2011. Previously, the island was certified by UNESCO Triple Crown in Natural Science asĀ 

UNESCO’s Biosphere Reserves (2002)
UNESCO’s World Natural Heritage (2007)
UNESCO’s World Geological Park (2010)
 

Jeju is a free international city allowing free entry without a visa from 187 countries including China. The island can be reached by air or cruise ship. There are many direct flights to Jeju from 48 cities in Asia. If you cannot find a direct flight from your city, go to a major city in Korea and then there are frequent domestic flights to Jeju. Also, the World Health Organization has designated Jeju as an International Safe City in 2007, 2012. To see more on Jeju Island and the World Natural Heritage, please visit at following links:

Important Dates
Regular paper submission November 30, 2020
Organized session/position papers January 15, 2021
Decision notification February 15, 2021
Final camera-ready paper submission March 15, 2021
Early-bird registration close March 15, 2021
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