Important Dates:

Workshop/Tutorial Proposals:10 May 2019
Author Notification:31 August 2019
Early Registration:3 September 2019 to 24 September 2019
Final Papers:3 September 2019 to 30 September 2019
The Award Nominations: 1 October 2019
Conference:27 November 2019
Conference:28- 29 November 2019
The last day for the hotel booking at the discounted rate is October 26, 2019.

Information for authors

Initial submissions
Best student paper award
Best Student Poster Paper Presentation Award
Plagiarism policy
Final paper upload
Interactive Papers (Poster Papers) Preparation Instructions

Initial submissions

Following contributions are sought:

All these submission options are subject to the same submission deadline. Please note that these page limits are hard limits. Longer submissions will not be accepted. There will be no provision for paid over the length submissions (excess page charges).
All papers submitted to ANZCC 2019 must be written in English and formatted in the standard 2-column format for IEEE Control Systems Society conferences. Both, the Initial submissions and Final submissions must use the A4 paper, European format only.

For details on how to upload your submission, please go to the paper submission page.

Best student paper award - The Award nomination submission deadline is on 15 October 2019 by 23:59.

This award will be presented to a student whose paper is selected by the Awards committee. The award consists of a certificate and a cheque for $500 NZD. Runner ups will be awarded a certificate only.
Eligibility: The accepted papers on which a postgraduate or undergraduate student is the first named author are eligible for the award. In particular, the first author should be enrolled as a postgraduate or undergraduate student on the date of the conference submission deadline. The student's supervisor should write a nomination letter confirming the student eligibility and outlining the reasons for nomination; the letter (emails are accepted) should be sent to the Awards Committee Chair Victor Sreeram at

Best Student Poster Paper Presentation Award

ANZCC 2019 provides this award to honour an effort authors commit towards preparing a high quality poster and presenting the paper content on the best possible way within the poster paper presentation time slot.The award consists of a certificate and a cheque for $500 NZD. Runner ups will be awarded a certificate only. The Award will be announced at the closing ceremony of the Conference.

Plagiarism policy

Each submitted paper must represent original work that neither has appeared or has been accepted to appear elsewhere for publication, nor is simultaneously under review for another publication, in its current form. If the submitted paper contains any of the (co)authors' previously published work(s) as a basis for the submission, the previous work(s) must be cited and indication must be given as to how the new submission offers substantive novel contributions beyond those of the previously published work(s).
In accordance with the IEEE Policy, all submissions will be tested for similarity and overlap with prior published material using the iThenticate tool. Results of such overlap will be made available to the Program committee for evaluation. In case of possible violations of the IEEE ethics rules in publishing, the case will be handled in accordance with the IEEE CSS guidelines and may be reported to the IEEE Control Systems Society Committee for Ethics in Publishing. The IEEE CSS guidelines for handling complaints on plagiarism are available here.
The ANZCC 2019 Plagiarism committee is chaired by Victor Sreeram.

Final paper upload

For details on how to upload the final version of accepted papers, please go to the paper submission page.

Interactive Papers (Poster Papers) Preparation Instructions

Please note that posters will have to satisfy certain compliance requirements.
Poster Boards are 2400mm high and 825mm wide.
Therefore, posters must be printed in portrait orientation, and must be no larger than A0 paper size (841mm wide, 1189mm high).
There will be Velcro dots to secure posters to the boards. Pins cannot be used as the boards have a hard surface. We suggest that you laminate your poster.

ANZCC 2019 Sponsors:
ANZCC 2019 Technical Co-sponsors:
Platinum Sponsors Auckland University of Technology Griffith University
Gold Sponsors
Silver Sponsors
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