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Student Programs
All questions related to Student Programs should be directed to the
Student Activities Chair: Antoine Chaillet.
Room Sharing
Student Travel Support
Best Student Paper Award

Room Sharing

Student Hotel Accommodation -- Roommate Finder

To help students identify other students who may be interested in sharing a room at the CDC 2019, we will publish the information on a password-secured website. For the hotel information, please see the conference webpage Hotel-Local Information.

Application for participating in roommate finding:
  1. Go to this page and fill in the form with the requested information
  2. Send an email to prof. Antoine Chaillet antoine.chaillet@centralesupelec.fr, Student Activities Chair, with the subject "CDC 2019 Roommate Finder".
  3. You will receive an email with the link and the login data for accessing the information.
  4. Then, it is your responsibility to find your potential roommates, communicate and discuss, and book a room.

Self-organizing nature. Note that Roommate Finder serves just as a tool to identify potential roommates. The conference organizers will not perform the booking/reservation nor are any financial obligations involved. The responsibility to reserve/book the rooms is with the participating students only. In short, there is no administrative or financial responsibility with the conference organizers and you will organize everything by yourself. Please make the room reservation for yourself and take care of the communication with your roommate!


IEEE CSS Student Travel Support Program of CDC 2019

Program Details

The Student Travel Support of CDC 2019 is meant to enable promising students to attend the conference, present their papers and become more integrated into their scientific community. Funds from IEEE Control System Society (CSS) and GdR MACS will be used to cover the student registration. Depending on the number of applications, additional support might be possible covering, for example, accommodation in a hotel near the conference venue.

Eligibility and Requirements

Each applicant

  1. must be an author or co-author of a paper accepted for presentation at CDC 2019,
  2. must register at the conference (please see further instructions below);
  3. must present a paper.

In order to be eligible for either program, an applicant must be a (student) member of both IEEE and CSS, at the time of the application. While all student members of IEEE-CSS are eligible for the CSS funds, funds from GdR MACS are limited to students studying at an institution within France.

In case the number of applicants exceeds the budget, additional criteria will be used to make a selection among the applicants. These additional criteria, in decreasing order of importance, prefer applicants who have not benefited from this scheme in the last two years, will present more than one paper at the conference, have been student members of the CSS since one, two, or more years, can demonstrate active participation in CSS. In addition, the selection committee may decide to limit awards where more than one presenter from the same institution would otherwise be offered an award to attend the same conference.

Application Procedures

Further details will soon be provided.

Deadlines and Award Notification

Further details will soon be provided.


Best student paper award

Purpose: To recognize excellence in a conference paper contribution whose primary author is a student member of the IEEE.

Basis: Originality, clarity, and potential impact on practical applications or theoretical foundations of control.

Eligibility: To be eligible, the primary and first listed author must be a student at the time of original submission and have a current IEEE membership for the year 2019, and the paper must have been accepted for presentation at the CDC 2019.

Procedure: Nominations must be made by the student's advisor through PaperPlaza. Further details will soon be provided.





Provisional key dates (2019)
Submission Site Open:January 4
Initial Paper Submissions
to L-CSS with CDC Option Due:
March 1
Invited Session
Proposals Due:
March 7
Initial Paper
Submissions Due:
March 15
Workshop Proposals Due:May 2
Paper and Workshop
Decision Notification:
mid-July
Best Student Paper
Nominations Opens:
July 20
Final Submission Open:August 1
Registration Opens:August 1
Best Student Paper
Nominations Closes:
August 15
Accepted Papers Due:September 10
Early Bird Closes:October 1
Online Registration Closes:December 5
Conference opens:December 11
Conference closes:December 13


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