April 22, 2017

Student Programs

Best Student Paper Award 

The Vice Chair for Student Affairs is please to announce the finalists for the Best Student Paper Award: 

“Homotopy Method for Finding the Global Solution of Post-Contingency Optimal Power Flow.” SangWoo Park*, Elizabeth Glista, Javad Lavaei, Somayeh Sojoudi

“Accuracy Prevents Robustness in Perception-based Control.” Abed AlRahman Al Makdah*, Vaibhav Katewa, Fabio Pasqualetti

“Coordinated Control of UAVs for Human-Centered Active Sensing of Wildfires.” Esmaeil Seraj*, Matthew Gombolay

“Carrots or Sticks? The Effectiveness of Subsidies and Tolls in Congestion.” Bryce L. Ferguson*, Philip N. Brown, Jason R. Marden

“A fully distributed motion coordination strategy for multi-robot systems with local information.” Pian Yu*, Dimos V. Dimarogonas

Student Travel Application Instructions

Submission of requests for student travel awards have opened. There are two options for travel awards, which are described below.

The application process uses the same google form: https://forms.gle/K3cVAQSy9WVswAr2A

The deadline for the student travel application is March 31st, 2020.

Traditional Student Travel Award – Requirements:

  • must have been a student during the initial paper or poster submission
  • must be presenting a paper or poster at the conference
  • the award will cover student registration costs (please do not register) and partial hotel costs at the conference hotel (you will need to book your own room, see Roommate Finder for help finding a roommate)

Non-Traditional Student Travel Award

  • must be a student
  • must meet criteria for diversity: e.g. underrepresented minority, person with disability, veteran, first generation student, or other
  • do not need to be presenting a poster or paper at the conference,
  • the award will cover student registration costs (please do not register) and hotel costs for a shared room at the conference hotel (you will need to book your own room, see Roommate Finder for help finding a roommate)

For any additional information or questions on Student Programs please contact:

Vice Chair for Student Affairs
Kira Barton
University of Michigan
acc.vcsa@gmail.com