ICCAS 2005 will bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners to present the latest accomplishments, innovations and potential future directions in control, automation, systems and their applications. All the submitted papers must be written and presented in English. Organized Sessions (Special Sessions) are welcome. Five or six papers should be submitted together for an organized session. Papers are invited on all aspects of innovative theory and application aspects of control, automation and systems. Topics include but are not limited to

Control Theory and Applications
   - Linear/Nonlinear Control
   - Adaptive/Robust Control
   - Identification and Estimation

Control Devices and Instruments
   - Power Electronics
   - Hydraulic/Pneumatic Systems
   - MEMS and Nano Technology

Sensors and Signal Processing
   - Sensors and Instrumentation
   - Signal Processing
   - Fault Diagnosis

Intelligent Systems
   - Artificial Neural Networks
   - Fuzzy Systems
   - Intelligent Control

Information and Networking
   - Real-Time Systems
   - Embedded Systems
   - Network-based Control Systems

Manufacturing Systems and Automation
   - Modeling and Simulations
   - Factory Automation and CIM
   - Automation Network

Process Systems
   - Process Control and Monitoring
   - Process Design and Optimization
   - Process Automation

Industrial Applications
   - Automotive Systems
   - Power Systems
   - Communication Systems

Navigation, Guidance and Control
   - Navigation Algorithms
   - Guidance Technologies
   - GPS

Multimedia Systems
   - Database
   - Data Fusion
   - Computer Animation

Robotics and Applications
   - Robotic Systems and Control
   - Robot Vision
   - Virtual Reality

Biomedical Engineering Systems
   - Biomedical Instrumentation
   - Biomedical Signal Processing
   - Bio-Systems and Control

Regular Paper Submission

Authors are invited to submit an extended summary of 500-1000 words to http://iccas.org/. If authors have problems in submission through the homepage, please feel free to contact the secretariat.

Jeong Yon Shim
TEL: +82-11-783-0007 FAX: +82-31-2803-736
E-mail: mariashim@kangnam.ac.kr
Hyun Chang Yang (ICASE, Korea)
TEL: +82-32-234-5801 FAX: +82-32-234-5807
E-mail: icase@icase.or.kr

The extended abstract should include authors¡¯ names, addresses, affiliations, names of presenters, postal mails and E-mail addresses of corresponding authors, and phone/facsimile numbers. Important dates are as follows:

Feb.    15, 2005 Submission of extended abstracts and organized sessions
Mar.  15, 2005 Notification of paper acceptance
Apr. 15, 2005 Submission of final camera-ready papers

Organized by
The Institute of Control, Automation and Systems Engineers (ICASE), Koreaa

Sponsored by
The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers (KSME)
The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers (KIEE)
The Institute of Electronics Engineers of Korea (IEEK)
The Korean Society of Aeronautical and Space Science (KSAS)
The Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers (KIChE)
The Province of Gyeonggi
Korea International Exhibition Center (KINTEX)

In association with
IEEE Computational Intelligent Society Korea Chapter
The Society of Instrument and Control Engineers (SICE) of Japan
The Chinese Association of Automation (CAA)
The Instrumentation, Systems and Automation Society (ISA)
The Chinese Association for Artificial Intelligence (CAAI)

Organized Sessions
The goal of organized sessions is to provide focused discussions on a new topic or innovative applications of a new approach. Proposals for organized sessions should be submitted by February 26, 2005 to the Special Sessions Co-Chairs below. Each Invited Session consists of five or six papers, which will be reviewed via the normal review process. In case an invited paper is not accepted, it will be replaced by a relevant paper. The proposal should be submitted by the session organizer electronically, and include a brief statement of the focus of the session, along with the authors' names and titles of individual papers submitted.

Dr. Ho Gil Lee (KITECH, Korea)
TEL: +82-41-5898-441
E-mail: leehg@kitech.re.kr
Dr. Jong O Park (KIST, Korea)
TEL: +82-2-958-6902
E-mail: jop@kistmail.kist.re.kr
Dr. Mun Sang Kim (KIST, Korea)
TEL: +82-2-958-5623
E-mail: munsang@kistmail.kist.re.kr

Workshops and Tutorials

Requirements for Proposals

Proposals for workshops or tutorials that address the technical topics related to control, automation, and systems in general are welcome. We encourage such programs that will attract industrial members, and programs with highly anticipated level of interest, impact, creativity and technical background of presenters.

Proposal Format

1. Title
2. Extended abstract (500-1000 words, indicate full or half day, workshop or tutorial)
3. Organizer(s) (name, complete address, affiliation, phone, and e-mail)
4. Confirmed presenters (lecturers) with affiliations
5. List of contents (topics) with presenters

Proposals following the format above must arrive at the address below through e-mail by February 26, 2005.

Prof. Jin Young Choi (SNU, Korea)
TEL: +82-2-880-8372
E-mail: jychoi@neuro.snu.ac.kr
Prof. Tae-Woong Yoon (Korea Univ., Korea)
TEL: +82-2-3290-3240
E-mail: twy@cello.korea.ac.kr

There will be an exhibition site at the conference. During the conference, the exhibition will be held in the same building where many leading companies in control and automation fields from all over the world will exhibit their products. Reservations for space and further information can be obtained from

Mr. Young-Seok Kim (KINTEX, Korea)
TEL: +82-2-553-3909
E-mail: youngkim@gokintex.com
Prof. Byung Jae Choi (Daegu Univ., Korea)
TEL: +82-53-850-6633
E-mail: bjchoi@daegu.ac.kr