The tutorial program provides an opportunity for conference participants to explore cutting-edge topics; to acquire new insights, knowledge, and skills; and to learn from a peer who is a leader in his/her field. Thus, we encourage various leaders in the respective technical areas of ICAT-2013 to offer tutorials so as to share their expertise with peers in the research and industrial community.
Both half-day and full-day tutorial proposals are acceptable. The primary criteria for selection are the topic relevance, technical expertise of the instructor(s), and anticipated level of interest and impact.
Each tutorial proposal should include the following:
- Title for the proposed tutorial
- Abstract (indicate if full or half day tutorial is proposed)
- Intended audience
- Justification of interest and impact for intended ICAT audience
- Short biography of presenters (include complete address, phone, and e-mail)
Prof. Veljko Milutinovic: “Data Mining from Social and Knowledge Networks”
Dr. Edin Omerdic, Marine Robotics Research Centre, University of Limerick, Ireland: “Control Allocation & Fault-Tolerant Control Systems”
Dr. Haris Gačanin, Alcatel-Lucent Bell N.V., Antwerp, Belgium: Enhancing Customer Experience over Broadband Access Networks