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Dear DSCD Community,
On behalf of the DSCD Executive Committee and the DSCD Honors Committee, I would like to invite everyone to the 2021 Nyquist Lecture (Tuesday Oct. 26, 2-3 pm ET) and the 52nd DSCD Awards Ceremony (Thursday Oct. 28, 4-5:30 pm ET). Both of these events will be conducted in an on-line manner via Zoom. Please follow the links below to register for each event. The registration process will provide you with the appropriate Zoom links.
When: Oct 26, 2021 01:00-02:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Prof. Dawn Tilbury will be presenting the Nyquist Lecture entitled, “Cyber-physical manufacturing systems: Leveraging data for improved quality and resiliency”.
Register in advance for this the Nyquist Lecture:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the virtual event.
52nd DSCD Awards Ceremony and Oldenburger Lecture:
When: Oct 28, 2021 03:00 PM – 04:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
The DSCD Awards Ceremony will present the DSCD Young Investigator Award, the DSCD Takahashi Education Award, the DSCD Kalman Best Paper Award for the Journal of Dynamic Systems and Control, and the ASME Rufus Oldenburger Medal. The Oldenburger Medalist will deliver The Oldenburger Lecture during the second half of the ceremony.
Register in advance for the Awards Ceremony and Oldenburger Lecture:
Learn more and listen to the first three podcasts from the DSCD Podcast Series.
The Dynamic Systems and Control Division Winter 2020 Newsletter is available! Download it from the link below.
Registration is open and it's time to make your plans to attend the 2020 Virtual IMECE. The Dynamics, Vibration & Control track might be of particular interest and it is terrific. Learn more and review and share the attached flyer with all your networks and social media.
Dear DSC Division Members,
I hope this email finds you and your family well during these uncertain times. While it is unfortunate we cannot all meet in Denver this year, I am happy that we will still be able to hold the Division meeting, albeit virtually. The meeting starts at 7:00 pm mountain time on Wednesday, July 1st. The agenda with Zoom link is attached. I want to call your attention to the change in meeting format this year. While people will still submit reports regarding conference activities, journal activities, committee activities, etc., which will be made available to the entire membership, after a brief introduction and update from NSF the entire meeting will be devoted to a discussion of the Division going forward. Even before the pandemic the way technical societies communicate had been radically changing, from changes in conference and journals, to the way we stay in touch. This year Kam Leang and Santosh Devasia will lead a discussion on this topic. We want your input and your ideas on how to improve the Division’s activities going forward. Please join us on Wednesday evening for what promises to be a lively discussion.
Wed Jun 10, 2020 1pm – 2:30pm Eastern Time - New York
Anna Stefanopoulou - organizer
John M. DeCicco
Join Zoom Meetinghttps://umich.zoom.us/j/91859768206 Meeting ID: 918 5976 8206 Now is the opportunity to drive less and drive well through connectivity. Connectivity can provide the information needed to dramatically improve vehicle fuel efficiency for all cars, whether they are powered by combustion or electricity. Projections, real driving data, and regulatory issues will be discussed in this webinar: -- Aaron Hula, Technology Advisor with the U.S. EPA’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality. (1:00-1:30 pm) -- Chris Atkinson, Director of the ARPA-E NEXTCAR program (1:30-2:00 pm) -- Discussants from MCity, UMTRI, and the Energy Institute (2:00-2:30 pm)
ACC 2020: American Control Conference, July 1-3, 2020, Denver, CO.
Happy New Year! We are excited to announce a Drone Delivery Challenge Competition (D2C2), co-organized by the Arizona State University (ASU) and ASU Research Enterprise (ASURE). The competition will be held on April 2nd, 2020, right before the 2020 Southwest Robotics Symposium, in Mesa, Arizona. More details on the competition can be found here:
Interested teams should email their two-page proposal (template attached) to the competition organizers before February 26, 2020.
This competition is partially sponsored by an ASME Development Fund, and some travel funding is made available to support student teams for participating in this competition and the 2020 Southwest Robotics Symposium (more details of the symposium will follow soon).
I would appreciate it if you could help distribute this to your students and student organizations at your institution. I would be more than glad to answer any questions!
DSCC 2019: Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, Grand Summit Hotel, Park City, Utah, October 8 – 11, 2019
ACC 2020: American Control Conference, Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, Denver, CO, July 1-3, 2020
ISFA International Symposium on Flexible Automation, July 5 – 9, 2020, Embassy Suites Chicago Downtown, Chicago, Illinois, USA
IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics (AIM 2020), July 6-10, 2020, Sheraton Boston Hotel at Copley Place, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Dear Colleague, below is the list of activities the DSCD is sponsoring at this year’s ACC. If you have a DSCD event that you would like to hold at the ACC, please contact Dr. Qian Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org) and he will assist you in reserving a room. I look forward to seeing everyone at the ACC.
Dr. Robert G. Landers
ASME DSCD Division Meeting
Grand Ballroom I
ASME DSCD Executive Committee Meeting
Salon Ballroom III
Energy Systems TC
2014 DSCC program Committee
Salon Ballroom I