CASE 2010 has successfully concluded on August 24, 2010. The Organizing Committee and Steering Committee would like to thank all the participants, student helpers, and hotel staff for help making this event a success. For a link to the conference pictures, please send request to email@example.com
Download plenary talk slides by CASE plenary speaker, Dr. Andy Pope, Director, Screening & Compund Profiling, GlaxoSmithKline, entitled: "Automation for Pharmaceutical Lead Discovery."
Congratulations to all the CASE Award finalists and winners!
Spansion Best Paper Award Winner and Finalists
♦ Felipe Augusto Souza, Vinicius Peccin, Eduardo Camponogara, Distributed Model Predictive Control Applied to Urban Traffic Networks: Implementation, Experimentation, and Analysis
• Ananth Krishnamurthy, Deng Ge, Integrating Advance Demand Information in Supply Chain Contracts
QSI Best Application Paper Award Winner and Finalists
♦ Sergej Fatikow, Volkmar Eichhorn, Daniel Jasper, Michael Weigel-Jech, Florian Niewiera, Florian Krohs, Automated Nanorobotic Handling of Bio and Nano-Materials
• Biao Sun, Peter Luh, Qing-Shan Jia, Ziyan Jiang, Fulin Wang, Chen Song, An Integrated Control of Shading Blinds, Natural Ventilation and HVAC Systems for Energy Saving and Human Comfort
Thorlabs Best Student Paper Award Winner and Finalists
♦ Ahmed Nazeem, Spiridon Reveliotis, A Practical Approach to the Design of Maximally Permissive Liveness-Enforcing Supervisors for Complex Resource Allocation Systems
• Ali Ghanbari, Volker Nock, Richard Blaikie, XiaoQi Chen, Geoff Chase, Wenhui Wang, Automated Vision-Based Force Measurement of Moving C. elegans
SLAS Young Scientist Award Winner and Finalists
♦ Songyu Hu, Dong Sun, Gang Feng, Dynamics Analysis and Closed-Loop Control of Biological Cells in Transportation Using Robotic Manipulation System with Optical Tweezers
• Shefali Kumar, Mohit Kumar, Regina Stoll, Kerstin Thurow, A Mathematical Programming for Predicting Molecular Formulas in Accurate Mass Spectrometry
CASAE Best Poster Award Winner and Finalists
♦ Hrishi L. Shah, Madusudanan Sathia Narayanan, Venkat Krovi, CAD-Enhanced Workspace Optimization for Parallel Manipulators: A Case Study
• Ali Ghanbari, Volker Nock, XiaoQi Chen, Wenhui Wang, Automated Vision-Based Force Measurement of Moving C. elegans
Congratulations to the Momentum Press Book Raffle Winners:
Don't forget all the conference receptions:
8/21: Welcome Reception 6-8pm Character Lounge
Morning pastry and coffee/tea 8:30-10:30 (in Ballroom C/D)
Visit the exhibit hall in Ballroom C/D!
Reserve your CASE hotel room today!
The CASE has negotiated a special rate of CAN$169/ngith with the CASE Conference Hotel, Marriott Eaton Centre Hotel. The reservation deadline for this special rate is July 30. Please click here to make your reservation today! The CASE reservation code is cascasa (should be filled in already when you click on the link).
If you encounter any problem (e.g., room at this special rate is no longer available), please contact us right away.
Room Sharing Request: please send us an email and you will be directed to a list with room sharing requests.
CASE Advanced Program is now on-line!
** Advanced Registration Deadline **
** Call for students reporters! **
Banquet Meal Selection: If you have registered but have not selected the banquet meal (beef, fish, or vegetarian), pleasego to the doodle site to select your meal.
Poster submission: There is still time to submit your poster! Please got to the poster page to download the template. You'll be able to discuss your poster during the poster session in the evening of August 22 and be eligible to win the Best Poster Award!
The 6th annual IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (IEEE CASE), sponsored by the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS), will be held on August 21-24, 2010 in Marriott Eaton Centre Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. CASE is the flagship automation conference of the IEEE RAS. It constitutes the primary forum for cross-industry, multidisciplinary research in automation. The goal of the conference is to provide a broad coverage and dissemination of foundational research in automation among researchers, academics, and industry practitioners.
The theme of the conference is on the partnership for automation. With the rapid advances of processing, communication, and sensing technologies, the science and engineering of automation is finding expanding ranges of applications. This conference will aim to emphasize the partnership, connection, and synergy between industrial applications (e.g., semiconductor manufacturing, life science automation, aerospace automation, renewable energy, biomedical systems, and micro and nano systems) and algorithmic and analytic foundation (planning, scheduling, manipulation, sensing and localization, and application domains). Strong industrial participation is sought to highlight the diversity and commonalities of industrial automation needs and solutions. Special sessions will be organized in both thematic algorithmic and application areas.
Nomination THORLABS BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD: All primary, first-listed authors of a regular contributed paper who were students at the time of submission are eligible for the Thorlabs Best Student Paper Award. To be considered for the award, the paper must be nominated by the student’s advisor using the nomination form (1-page maximum, converted to pdf). The nomination must be submitted through PaperPlaza (From the PaperPlaza main page, click on "Submit a contribution to 2010 CASE" and then "Thorlabs Best Student Paper Nomination.") The deadline for nominations is April 20, 2010.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
The technical program of IEEE CASE will consist of plenary talks, paper presentations, special sessions, and workshops/tutorials on cutting edge and industry oriented topics, workshops and tutorials. Best Conference Paper, Best Application Paper, Best Student Paper, and Best Poster Paper awards will be selected by the CASE 2010 Awards Committee, based on the reviews received and the presentation in a special award finalist session. Submitted papers will be reviewed and organized by tracks:
Author(s) should submit full papers electronically in double column PDF format. All papers will be peer-reviewed, and the selected ones will be published in the CD-ROM Proceedings to be indexed by Elsevier databases Engineering Index (EI) and Compendex. Six pages are allowed per paper.CASE is the companion conference of the IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering. High quality CASE papers will be recommended for publication in the journal.