The Asian Control Conference (ASCC) is a biennial conference 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). ASCC 2021 is the 13th conference.
The Asian Control Association (ACA) is an organization that promotes research, development, and applications of control science and engineering in Asia-Oceania. The members consist of voluntary individuals who are willing to support its activities.
The ACA was established in 2006 as a successor of the Asian Control Professors Association (ACPA) that was formed in 1996 as an organization of professors in the area of control engineering in Asia and Oceania, which had been a steering body of control communities in the area. Asian Control Conferences were organized with the initiative of ACPA and the Asian Journal of Control was published in the name of ACPA.
The ACA website is http://acacontrol.org/
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