Scientific program

Photo: Automatic Control Laboratory at ETH Zurich © Paul Beuchat / ETH Zurich

The conference will be single track and will feature plenary presentations, best student paper spotlight presentations, and interactive poster sessions of contributed papers.

Plenary speakers

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Best Student Paper award

The Best Student Paper award recognizes excellence in a NecSys paper whose primary contributor(s) is a (are) student.

Eligibility

Accepted papers whose primary contributor(s) was a (were) student(s) at the time of original submission.

Basis for Judgement

Originality, clarity, and potential impact on practical applications or theoretical foundations of estimation and control in networked systems.

Presentation

The winner will be announced during the closing session.

Nomination

Papers must be nominated via email before [date t.b.a.] by the student's professor (advisor), specifying the paper's title and certifying that the primary contributor(s) to the paper was a (were) student(s) at the time of the paper's original submission.

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Contact person

Angelia Nedic