The major purpose of this symposium is to extend and endorse particular concepts that will generate novel research and codify resilience in next generation control system designs.
Energy security and sustainability are important concerns to individuals and industry alike, but even with the promise of a smart grid, increasing research will be necessary to ensure that what is achieved is more resilient in nature. As mobile and industrial robotics form an ever increasing role in both national defense and plant automation, the dependence on these systems elevates a need to ensure continued operability in spite of hazardous environments. Through appropriate sessions and presentations, the symposium will highlight resilience in light of the power system and robotics, bringing to light resilience perspectives important to these applications.
|– Paper Submission Due:|
|– Notification of Paper Acceptance:||June 4, 2012|
|– Final Paper Submission:||July 9, 2012|
|– Author Registration:||July 9, 2012|
|– Early Registration for Other Participants and Guests Ends:||July 13, 2012|