IFAC 2023 World Congress,
The 22nd World Congress
of the International
Federation of Automatic Control
9 July – 14 July 2023 (8 July - 9 July 2023 Workshops & Tutorials)
- 22nd IFAC World Congress Promotional Video is now released.
- 22nd IFAC World Congress Official Website is now launched.
Performance of the IFAC Control Orchestra at IFAC 2023
The organizers of the 22nd IFAC World Congress 2023 in Yokohama are planning a comeback of the IFAC Control Orchestra, which premiered at the 21st IFAC World Congress 2020.
The idea is to form an orchestra ensemble including only musicians from the automatic control community, to practice on site during the IFAC World Congress, and to make a live performance during the congress.
For this event, we are looking for interested people from the automatic control community who have some previous musical experience and who are interested in being part of a highly dynamic, distributed, nonlinear, adaptive, fuzzy, MIMO, fault-tolerant, learning-based feedback control system with experimental verification and validation.
If this tickles your fancy and you would like to be informed about the next steps, please subscribe to our e-mail list via the web form below. To go forward with our planning, we will ask the subscribers for some more information like name, affiliation, instrument etc. at some point in the future.
PaperCept site opens
Open Invited Track proposals
Invited Session proposals
Regular / Invited papers submission
Tutorials / Workshops /
Extended Abstracts submission
Notification of acceptance
Final Paper submission
About IFAC World Congress
Since 1957, the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) has contributed greatly to promoting scientific activities and technological developments in the field of automatic control. The IFAC World Congress is the largest event in the field of control science and technology, held every three years. It offers the most up-to-date and complete view of control techniques, with the widest coverage of application fields, and is attended by a worldwide audience of scientists and engineers from academia and industry.
In the space of 160 years, Yokohama has been transformed from a sleepy
hamlet to Japan’s leading convention city.
The gateway to Japan when the nation opened up to the outside world, Yokohama swiftly became the hub of the nation’s commerce, but also the center of Japan’s cross-border ties of culture and friendship.