The TFMST Workshop series objective is to discuss approaches to combine tools from mathematical systems theory and irreversible thermodynamics. Themes include: Passive systems analysis and feedback control design; Distributed parameter systems analysis and feedback control design; Chemical Reaction Networks (CRNs); Chemically reacting systems; Energy efficient processes evolving on different time scales; Particular systems; Quantum systems; Large-scale networked systems; and, Cyber-physical systems.
The first event in the series was held in Lyon (France) in 2012. The second workshop was held in Vigo (Spain) in 2016, followed by TFMST 2019 in Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium). The fourth workshop will be held in hybrid mode in July 2022, with the in-person component be held in Montreal, Canada.
|Submission opening||02 February 2022|
|Deadline for submission of draft regular papers|
|Deadline for submission of draft extended abstracts|
|Registration opening||01 May 2022|
|Final Paper due|
|Early Registration||01 July 2022|
|Workshop TFMST2022||24 to 27 July 2022|
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