Welcome to IEEE Joint CS/RA/SMC Chapter
in Vancouver Section!
IEEE Joint Chapter of Control Systems Society, Robotics and Automation Society, and Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society (Joint CS/RA/SMC Chapter for short) in Vancouver Section was established in September 2010, by combining three closely-related chapters. The objective of Joint CS/RA/SMC Chapter is to promote and exchange the scientific and engineering knowledge of relevant topics in Vancouver, nationally, and worldwide. We are interested in both theory and practice within a wide range of applications including, but not limited to, transportation, energy, green engineering, biomedical engineering, communication and network, human-machine/computer interaction, manufacturing and mechatronics.
We hold technical meetings regularly, invite world-leading researchers for Distinguished Lectures annually, and organize tours in industries and academic laboratories. We hope that our chapter activities will help stimulate technical discussions and collaborative opportunities among members.
News & Events
Advanced Control of Electric Vehicles and Development of Wireless In-wheel Motors for Dynamic Charging
September 08, 2017
Electric vehicles (EVs) have attractive potential not only for energy and environmental performance but also for vehicle motion control because electric motors have quick and measurable torque respons...Read more »
August 14, 2017
Physical systems are subject to unknown disturbances and measurement noise. While there have been several advances in nonlinear control theory, these techniques often require the availability of the f...Read more »
June 15, 2017
Industrial processes and equipment are designed with a specific purpose under normal operations. However, for operation under abnormal situations, data become indispensable to diagnose root causes. In...Read more »
February 03, 2017
In recent years, the analysis and synthesis of networked control systems (NCSs) have received increasing attention from both scientific and industrial communities. Compared with traditional point-to-p...Read more »