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


[Past]

Learning Control: Ideas and Problems in Adaptive Fuzzy Control

Light refreshments will be served. The event is open to public. We would greatly appreciate if you would please register at https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_registration/post_registration/4053...

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[Past]

Nonlinear Adaptive Robust Control -- Theory and Applications

Control of nonlinear systems with uncertainties has been one of the mainstream areas of focus in control community during the past twenty years. Two approaches have been popular: robust adaptive con...

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[Past]

Workshop & Site Tour at Zaber Technologies: Simplifying Designs Requiring Multi-axis Motion

Does your application move in two or more directions? Have you encountered challenges when working with multi-axis system?

Zaber designs and manufactures motorized devices and systems that ...

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[Past]

State Estimation using Moving Horizon Estimation and Particle Filtering

This seminar provides an overview of currently available methods for state estimation of linear, constrained and nonlinear dynamic systems. The seminar begins with a brief overview of the Kalman fil...

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