Second IFAC meeting related to analysis

and control of chaotic systems

London, UK        June 22nd—24th, 2009


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Individuals are invited to contact the to express their interest in the conference or planned attendance.

Submissions of papers and invited session proposals

The Organizing Committee invites prospective authors to email their full text draft papers and proposals for invited sessions to the conference secretary, Mrs Catherine Jones, at, by 15th December 2008.

Draft Papers

Draft papers should be 4-6 two-column pages long. They should be submitted as PDF files according to the IFAC guidelines and templates. All submissions will be subject to a full peer review process.

Invited Session Proposals

Invited session proposals should consist of a summary of the proposed session and a list of 4-6 papers with authors' names and email addresses. It is the responsibility of the session organizer to ensure that the proposed authors also submit their full text draft papers by the submission deadline. All papers included in invited session proposals will also be subject to individual review.

IFAC copyright policy

The material submitted for presentation at an IFAC meeting (Congress, Symposium, Conference, Workshop) must be original, not published or being considered elsewhere. All papers accepted for presentation will appear in the Preprints of the meeting and will be distributed to the participants. Proceedings of the IFAC Congress, Symposia, Conferences and Workshops will be hosted on-line on the website. The presented papers will be further screened for possible publication in the IFAC Journals (Automatica, Control Engineering Practice, Annual Reviews in Control, Journal of Process Control , Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, and Mechatronics), or in IFAC affiliated journals. All papers presented will be recorded as an IFAC Publication.

Copyright of material presented at an IFAC meeting is held by IFAC. Authors will be required to transfer copyrights electronically and/or in hard copy. The IFAC Journals and, after these, IFAC affiliated journals have priority access to all contributions presented. However, if the author is not contacted by an editor of these journals, within three months after the meeting, he/she is free to submit an expanded version of the presented material for journal publication elsewhere. In this case, the paper must carry a reference to the IFAC meeting where it was originally presented and, if the paper has appeared on the website, also a reference to this publication.


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