Chinese Control and Decision Conference (CCDC) is an annual international conference. The 29th Chinese Control and Decision Conference (2017CCDC) is the series and will be held in Chongqing, China, during May 28 –30, 2017. Its purpose is to create a forum for scientists, engineers and practitioners throughout the world to present the latest developments in Control, Decision, Automation, Robotics including Emerging Technologies.
The 29th CCDC covers both theory and applications in all the areas of systems, control and decision. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Control and Decision: Adaptive control; Robust and H-infinity control; Process control; Variable structure control; Optimal control and optimization; Complex networks and systems; Cooperative control; Signal processing; Data processing; Data-driven control; Identification and estimation; Nonlinear systems; Intelligent systems; Discrete event systems; Game theory; Decision-making theory and method; Decision supporting system and production planning and scheduling; Supervisory control; Hybrid systems; Distributed parameter systems; Stochastic systems; Distributed control systems; Networked control systems; Sensor network systems; Fault diagnosis and fault-tolerant control; Delay systems; Neural networks; Fuzzy systems; Social economy systems; Motion control; Control applications; Control engineering education.
Automation: Man-machine interactions; Process automation; Intelligent automation; Factory modeling and simulation; Home, laboratory and service automation; Network-based systems; Planning, scheduling and coordination; Nano-scale automation and assembly; Instrumentation systems; CIMS and manufacturing systems.
Robotics: Robot control; Mobile robotics; Mobile sensor networks; Perception systems; Micro robots and micromanipulation; Visual servoing; Search, rescue and field robotics; Robot sensing and data fusion; Medical robots and bio-robotics; Human centered systems; Human robot interaction; Space and underwater robots; Tele-robotics; Multirobot systems.
Emerging Technologies: Cyber-physical systems; Smart grids; Renewable energies; Energy management systems;Modeling, control and simulations of biological systems; Micro-electromechanical systems, Electric vehicles and intelligent transportation; Traffic control; Optimization and control of HVAC systems; Integrated systems and processes.

Invited Sessions: The Technical Program Committee is soliciting proposals for invited sessions focusing on topics of the conference. Prospective organizers should submit proposals to the Invited Session Chairmen, Professor Zongli Lin via email , Professor Jinhu Lu via email or Professor Wei Ren via email by 31 December 2016.

Zhang Si-Ying (CCDC) Outstanding Youth Paper Award: Selection of the awarded paper will be made based on both the technical content and presentation. The winner will be chosen by the Award Committee comprising of internationally renowned experts in control and decision.

KEYNOTE ADDRESSES on the State-of-Art in Control and Decision will be delivered by

Prof. Edwin K. P. Chong, Colorado State University, USA;
Prof. Jiancheng Fang, Beihang University, China;
Prof. Petros Ioannou, University of Southern California, USA;
Prof. Stephen P. Boyd, Stanford University, USA
DISTINGUISHED LECTURES on the State-of-Art in Control and Decision will be delivered by

Prof. Zhiyong Chen, University of Newcastle, Australia;
Prof. Joe Dong, University of Sydney, Australia;
Prof. Zhi-Hong Guan, Huazhong University of Science & Technology, China;
Prof. Haibo He, Rhode Island University, USA;
Prof. Min Huang, Northeastern University, China;
Prof. Karl H. Johansson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden;
Prof. Hong Qiao, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China;
Prof. Tie-Long Shen, Sophia University, Japan.
The Call for Papers Flyer may be downloaded in pdf format.

Three Special Sessions:

1. Control and Management of Smart City.
For more details about it, please download the Call for Papers.
2. IntelliSense and Advanced Sensing, Detection Technology.
For more details about it, please download the Call for Papers.
3. Fractional Calculus and Fractional-order Systems.
For more details about it, please download the Call for Papers.