Call for Papers
The International Program Committee (IPC) invites authors to submit papers in English to the conference. The submission site is now open.
Manuscript Requirements and Submission Categories
All papers and invited session proposals must be written in English and submitted through PaperCept.
Regular Papers: 6 pages, up to 8 with extra page charge.
Invited Sessions Proposals: Proposals must describe a research topic and include titles, authors and abstracts of 6 papers by authors who agreed to submit an invited session paper on this topic. Proposers will be invited to chair the session if it is accepted.
Invited Session Papers: 6 pages, up to 8 pages with extra page charge. Submission requires a code provided by the organizers of the invited session.
Industrial Extended Abstracts: 2-6 pages, first and corresponding author(s) must be from industry. Industrial Extended Abstracts will not be published in the proceedings.
Pre-Conference Workshop Proposals: We are accepting proposals for pre-conference workshops on topics related to modeling, estimation, optimization, and control of process systems. The workshop proposals must provide a detailed description of the workshop objectives, target audience, and tentative schedule. Workshop organizers are strongly encouraged to form a diverse session along dimensions such as gender, geography, industry/academia affiliation, and other forms of diversity.
Two paper submissions are allowed per full registration, and one per student registration.
|Submission Site Opens||July 2023|
|Invited Session Proposal due||November 24, 2023|
|Regular Papers, Invited Session Papers, and Industrial Extended Abstracts due||December 2, 2023|
|Pre-Conference Workshop Proposals due||December 2, 2023|
|Notification of Acceptance||End of February 2024|
|Final Submission of all Contributions||March 31, 2024|
|Conference||July 14-17, 2024|
Registration details to be available shortly
(not valid for discussion or dissemination contributions)
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