Our researchers have won the IFAC France service award

IFAC France has awarded the IFAC France service award collectively to the Organising Committee of the IFAC World Congress 2017 that took place in Toulouse, in which Didier Theilliol, Hervé Panetto and Marc Jungers have actively participated.

The award was presented to them on June 6 in Bordeaux during the gala evening of the GDR MACS Doctoral Days and National Days (JD-JN-MACS).
The IFAC (International Federation of Automatic Control) World Congress is held once every three years and brings together the entire Automatics community: scientists, engineers, academics, industrialists and students. This event is the forum of excellence for the exploration of the frontiers of control science and technology. It offers the most up-to-date and comprehensive overview of system control methods and techniques, with the widest coverage of application areas. It is the major global event in the field.
CRAN has among its members many winners of IFAC France awards in previous years: Gérard Morel, Hervé Panetto, Benoît Iung, Dominique Sauter and Didier Theilliol. Learn more about it.

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