Eighteenth International symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems (MTNS2008)
In cooperation with the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA
July 28August 1, 2008
MTNS is one of the main conferences in the general area of
mathematical systems and control theory. The symposium is
interdisciplinary and is aimed at mathematicians, engineers
and researchers interested in any aspect of systems theory.
MTNS is usually organized every two years and traditionally
covers areas involving a wide range of research directions in
mathematical systems, networks and control theory.
MTNS 2008 will be held on the campus of Virginia Tech, July
28August 1, 2008. The symposium program will include plenary
and semiplenary speakers, minicourses, special sessions, as
well as contributed papers.
Conference Themes
Adaptive Control, Algebraic Systems Theory, Applications of
Algebraic and Differential Geometry in Systems Theory,
Aerospace and Avionic Systems, Artificial Intelligence,
Biological Systems, Cellular Automata, Coding Theory,
Communication Systems, Computational Control, Computer
Networks, Control issues in Finance, Control of Distributed
Parameter Systems, Delay Systems, Discrete Event Systems,
Feedback Control Systems, Hybrid Systems, Information Theory,
Infinite Dimensional Systems Theory, Intelligent Control,
Internet Control, Linear Systems, Mathematical Theory of
Networks and Circuits, Mechanical Systems, Multidimensional
Systems, Multivariable and Large Scale Systems, Neural
Networks, Nonlinear Filtering and Estimation, Nonlinear
Systems and Control, Numerical and Symbolic Computations in
Systems Theory, Operator Theoretic Methods in Systems Theory,
Optimal Control, Optimization : Theory and Algorithms, Process
Control, Quantum Information Theory, Quantum Control,
Robotics, Robust and HInfinity Control, Signal Processing,
Stability, Stochastic Control and Estimation, Stochastic
Modeling and Stochastic Systems Theory, Symbolic Dynamics,
System Identification, Systems on Graphs, Transportation
Systems, VLSI Design, Wavelets.
More information:
Prof. Joseph A. Ball
Department of Mathematics
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, Virginia 240610123
5402317080
email: mtns2008@math.vt.edu
