2018 American Control Conference
June 27 - June 29
The American Automatic Control Council (AACC) is an association of the control systems divisions of eight member societies to represent the United States (U.S.) to the world control community and to support the mission of the individual member societies in enhancing the role and contributions of automation to the benefit of humankind.
The AACC hosts the annual, 3-day, interdisciplinary American Control Conference (ACC) with about 1,100 participants and over 900 refereed papers. The ACC is an internationally recognized quality venue for dissemination of ideas, methodology, networking for leaders within academe, research labs, and industry. Additionally, the AACC provides annual awards to recognize and honor individuals who have made substantial contributions to both control theory and practice, supports control education from K-12 through post graduate studies, and provides delegates from the U.S. to the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC). At any one time there are about 200 individual volunteers working to make AACC and ACC events successful, providing them opportunities for personal and professional development and recognition.