IFAC World Congress [fr]
During its 19th world congress, held in Cape Town from 24th to 29th August, France was designated to lead the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) until 2017. Janan Zaytoon, professor at the University of Reims, was named as president of the Federation.
The 20th congress will be set in Toulouse in 2017 and will provide a unique opportunity to showcase the quality of research in this field in France. Sylvie Rouillon Valdiguié, deputy to the mayor of Toulouse in charge of tourism, had made the trip to represent the city.
Visit the website dedicated to the 2017 edition to learn more.
Jean-Michel Dion, head of research at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS); Sylvie Rouillon Valdiguié, deputy to the mayor of Toulouse in charge of tourism; Janan Zaytoon, newly elected president of IFAC; Xavier d’Argoeuves, French Consul in Cape Town.
Dimitri Peaucelle, chair of the organizing committee for the 20th IFAC world congress; Xavier d’Argoeuves; Janan Zaytoon.