The 2016 American Control Conference, July 6–8, Boston, MA, USA

Sponsoring Organizations

Local information

Boston is a wonderful blend of stylish sophistication and historic New England charm. You can easily uncover the city's past while enjoying its distinctively modern edge. Each of the city's neighborhoods has a remarkably different style and tone. From the Back Bay's cosmopolitan streets and ornate Victorian townhouses to the aromas spilling into the narrow and jumbled 17-century streets of Boston's North End to the spirited and funky neighborhood squares of Cambridge-all within easy distance from one another.

As a destination, it boasts attractions of all kinds, from myriad parks, including the nation’s first public park, many museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Steward Gardner Museum, activities for families, such as the Museum of Science and the Children’s Museum, shopping, excellent restaurants, and so much more.

Of course, the conference is close on the heels of July Fourth; what a grand place to come and celebrate!

Boston is easily accessible through public transportation- the T. Information can be found at www.mbta.com. There are T stops on both the Orange and Green lines in close proximity to the hotel. o ride the T, you need to purchase a CharlieCard or CharlieTicket.These can be purchased at every subway station at vending machines and at select convenience stores. The basic fare is $2.65 and kids - 11 years and younger - ride free! And your Charlie Card will provide you with more than 75 discounts on attractions during your visit. The "T's" Day/Week LinkPassgives visitors unlimited travel on Subway, Local Bus, Inner Harbor Ferry and Commuter Rail Zone 1A for one day ($12) or seven days ($19). More than 500 fare-vending machine are located throughout all subway stations.


No matter what you enjoy, there’s something for you in Boston. For more information about the city, travel, and things to do, please visit http://www.bostonusa.com/visit/bostoneveryday/



 



PaperPlaza
Conference Submission Site

Conference Registration Site
Hotel Reservation Site


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Contacts for Sponsors:

Aranya Chakrabortty
achakra2@ncsu.edu
(Vice Chair for Industry & Applications)

Mike Borrello
maborrello@roadrunner.com 
(Exhibits Chair)

Danny Abramovitch
daniel_abramovitch@agilent.com
(General Chair)





Tentative Key Dates

Draft Manuscripts:
due September 30, 2015

Best Student Paper Nominations:
due October 5, 2015

Workshop Proposals:
due October 16, 2015

Applications Tutorials:
due November 2, 2015

Acceptance/Rejection Notice:
by January 31, 2016

Final Manuscript Submission:
due March 22, 2016

Applications Friday
Student
Poster Submission:
due June 15, 2016