Symposium on Systems Theory in Data and Optimization

University of Stuttgart, Germany, Sep 30 – Oct 2, 2024​

Welcome to S⁠y⁠s⁠D⁠O 2024!


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10.07.24 — The registration is now open. Please see registration for details. Early bird fees available until Aug 31, 2024.

12.06.24 — The preliminary program is now online! SysDO 2024 will start on Monday, Sep 30, in the morning and end on Wednesday, Oct 2, after lunch. Please see program for details.

20.05.24 — The submission system is closed. We are very excited to share that we received a total of 80 submissions! Peer-reviews are now under way and we aim to send out notifications by end of July. Stay tuned!

06.02.24 — The submission system is open! Further information and submission guidelines can be found under submission.

T⁠e⁠c⁠hn⁠i⁠c⁠a⁠l s⁠c⁠o⁠p⁠e

Cyber-physical systems, such as intelligent transportation systems, smart grids, and advanced manufacturing solutions are becoming increasingly prevalent. Developing new methods to integrate measured data and different forms of feedback inside the decision-making mechanism is central for a trustworthy system design. There are distinctive challenges that arise in this scenario, such as the existence of different time-scales, the need to guarantee sufficient richness of the collected data, or the effect of suboptimal decisions under uncertainty.

SysDO aims to focus on these challenges by bringing together researchers working in control, optimization, learning, and in particular at the intersection of these topics. Lasting solutions require an interdisciplinary approach, and we therefore both welcome methodological works that propose new theory and algorithms, as well as cutting-edge applications.



SysDO will be single-track and will include plenary, poster and spotlight talk sessions. Contributions of the following two forms will be considered, both of which will be peer-reviewed: Paper contributions, which should feature new results and will appear in the conference proceedings or extended abstracts, which contain latest research findings or can be used to disseminate results from a recently submitted/accepted journal publication. Further, all SysDO participants are invited to a gala dinner which takes place on Oct 1 on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the IST.



Where Science meets Industry

The Symposium on Systems Theory in Data and Optimization (SysDO) is organized by the Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control (IST) and will be held Monday through Wednesday, Sep 30 – Oct 2, 2024, at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. Stuttgart is not only the birthplace of the automobile and home to industrial heavyweights like Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Bosch. It is also a vibrant center for research and industry in engineering, artificial intelligence and robotics with many key players. Stuttgart, also known as the metropolis between forests and vineyards, is a green and lively city, located in the Neckar valley and becoming particularly picturesque during Indian summer.