Tower at Night
     5th Northeast Control Workshop
    April 24-26, 2009
    Carnegie Mellon University · Pittsburgh, PA

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            NSF   Acutronic      MathWorks     Emerson Process
April 24th, 25th, and 26th, 2009 Two Mini-Courses:
Singleton Room, Roberts Engineering Hall
      Game Theory for Control, Prof. Jeff Shamma, Georgia Tech. 
Carnegie Mellon University       Systems Biology, Prof. Pablo Iglesias, Johns Hopkins Univ.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Three Keynote Talks:
        Tamer Basar, UIUC
Important information regarding April 24-26       Erik Ydstie, Carnegie Mellon
Due to commencement ceremonies of other schools in       Michael Taylor, Caterpillar Research
the area scheduled for the weekend of April 26, many  Panel on Careers in Industry
visitors will be checking into area hotels. You are       Bill Aldrich, The MathWorks, Inc.
advised to reserve your room for this workshop early.       Scott Bortoff, United Technologies Research Center
See "Accommodations" page.       Stephen Bachorski, Acutronic USA, Inc.
        Delano Carter, Acutronic USA, Inc.
CONTACTS       Xu Cheng, Emerson Process Management
Technical questions: brunos at      Mark Giler, Northrop Grumman
Administrative & logistics: cbauerle at       Michael Taylor, Caterpillar Research
  • Panel on Funding Opportunities
        Radhakisan Baheti, Program Director, PCAN EECS at NSF
        Michael Branicky, CISE, NSF