E-Letter - January 2021 - Issue 389

Editor

Ahmad F. Taha

Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
The University of Texas at San Antonio
1 UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249
Email: ahmad.taha@utsa.edu

Website: http://engineering.utsa.edu/ataha


Welcome to Issue 389 of the CSS E-letter.

The next CSS E-Letter will be mailed out at the beginning of February 2021.

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1. IEEE CSS Headlines

1.1 Become a CSS Member
1.2 Follow the CSS Social Media Accounts
1.3 CSS Technically Cosponsored Events
1.4 CSS Publications Content Digest
1.5 IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control
1.6 IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology
1.7 IEEE Control Systems Letters
1.8 IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems
1.9 IEEE CSS Technical Committee on Intelligent Control
1.10 CFP: IEEE Trans. on Automatic Control Special Issue on Learning and Control

2. Miscellaneous

2.1 Virtual Lightning Tutorial Series
2.2 Online Course on Computational Machine Learning
2.3 Call for CPHS 2022 Organization Proposals

3. Books

3.1 Synchronous Reinforcement Learning-Based Control for Cognitive Autonomy
3.2 Learning-Based Control: A Tutorial and Some Recent Results
3.3 Atomic Decomposition via Polar Alignment
3.4 Robust Integration of Model-Based Fault Estimation and Control

4. Journals

4.1 Evolutions Equations and Control Theory
4.2 IET Control Theory & Applications
4.3 IMA Journal of Mathematical Control and Information
4.4 International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
4.5 Automatica
4.6 Journal of Process Control
4.7 Systems & Control Letters
4.8 Journal of the Franklin Institute
4.9 Control Engineering Practice
4.10 Annual Reviews in Control
4.11 Mechatronics
4.12 ISA Transactions
4.13 Control Theory and Technology
4.14 Asian Journal of Control
4.15 Proceedings of the Institute of Applied Mathematics
4.16 International Journal of Control, Automation, and Systems
4.17 CFP: Nonlinear Analysis: Hybrid Systems

5. Conferences and Workshops

5.1 CDC 2020 Workshop: Control and Learning for Emerging Mobility Systems
5.2 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Greece

6. Positions

6.1 PhD: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, China
6.2 PhD: University of Delaware, USA
6.3 PhD: City Univ. of Hong Kong & Southern Univ. of Science & Tech., China
6.4 PhD: The Marie Skłodowska-Curie European Training Network, EU
6.5 PhD: Virginia Tech, USA
6.6 PhD: Maynooth University, Ireland
6.7 PhD: University of Warwick, UK
6.8 PhD: University of Kentucky, USA
6.9 PhD: Arizona State University, USA
6.10 PhD: University of Groningen, The Netherlands
6.11 PhD/Postdoc: Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
6.12 PhD/Postdoc: Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
6.13 Postdoc: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, China
6.14 Postdoc: Concordia University, Canada
6.15 Postdoc: Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
6.16 Postdoc: North Carolina A&T State University, USA
6.17 Postdoc: University of Colorado Boulder, USA
6.18 Postdoc: Lund University, Sweden
6.19 Postdoc: Kiel University, Germany
6.20 Postdoc: University of Kentucky, USA
6.21 Postdoc: Arizona State University, USA
6.22 Faculty: University ofWaterloo, Canada
6.23 Faculty: Peng Cheng Laboratory, China
6.24 Faculty: Lulea University of Technology, Sweden

6.25 Faculty: The University of Texas at Dallas, USA

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Best Regards, 
Ahmad
http://engineering.utsa.edu/ataha