About the Society:
Founded in 1954, the Control Systems Society is an international scientific, engineering, and professional organization dedicated to the advancement of research, development, and practice in automation and control systems. Control systems are ubiquitous and largely invisible to the general public—yet are essential to the production of products as diverse as paper, water, and pharmaceuticals. The Society and its members are involved in a number of activities, including publishing journals and a magazine, holding a number of conferences, and sponsoring committees in various areas of technical specialization.
Field of Interest:
Advancing control science and technology—from theoretical advances in systems and control to applications in diverse areas of societal and economic importance.