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6th International Conference on
Management and Control of Production and Logistics

Center for Information Technology Renato Archer – CTI - http://www.cti.gov.br
Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil, September 11-13, 2013.

The IFAC MCPL 2013 is the 6th in a very successful series of events, previously held in Campinas (Brazil),
Grenoble (France), Santiago (Chile), Sibiu (Romania) and Coimbra (Portugal). This sixth edition will be
organized by the Center for Information Technology Renato Archer – CTI (http://www.cti.gov.br), one of the most
important research centers in Information Technology in South America. The conference will be held in Fortaleza,
the capital city of the State of Ceará. Located in the northeastern corner of Brazil, Ceará is the Brazilian State
nearest to Europe and North America. See . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fortaleza

The conference, sponsored by IFAC, aims to bring together researchers and engineers from different areas, to
promote a synergy among different disciplines in order to explore new solutions for complex scientific and technical
challenges.

The objectives of the conference are to provide high quality research and professional interactions for the
advancement of science, technology and fellowship. It also provides the participants an opportunity to present
their research papers and experience reports, and to take part in open discussionss.

MCPL

MCPL´13 is the 6th in a very successful series of events, previously held in Campinas (Brazil), Grenoble (France), Santiago (Chile), Sibiu (Romania) and Coimbra (Portugal). This sixth edition will be organized by the Center for Information Technology Renato Archer – CTI (http://www.cti.gov.br), one of the most important research centers in Information Technology in South America. The conference will be held in Fortaleza, the capital city of the State of Ceará. Located in the northeastern corner of Brazil, Ceará is the Brazilian State nearest Europe and North America. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fortaleza.

The IFAC MCPL 2013 conference is being organized in cooperation with the Association for Computing Machinery – ACM (http://www.acm.org) and the followings ACM Special Interest Groups: SIGAPP, SIGART and SIGMIS.


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SIGAPP - Special Interest Group on Applied Computing
The ACM Special Interest Group on Applied Computing, ACM's primary applications-oriented SIG, offers practitioners and researchers the opportunity to share mutual interests in innovative applications, technology transfer, experimental computing, strategic research, and the management of computing. This SIG also promotes widespread cooperation among business, government, and academic computing programs. Members receive reduced rates to the SAC Conference.  


SIGART - Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence
The scope of SIGART, ACM's Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence, consists of the study of intelligence and its realization in computer systems. SIGART's mission is to promote and support AI-related conferences. Members receive reduced registration rates to all affiliated conferences. Members also receive proceedings from the major SIGART-sponsored conferences.


SIGMIS - Special Interest Group on Management Information Systems
The ACM Special Interest Group on Management Information Systems promotes best-practice and research in the management of information systems and technologies and the use of these systems and technologies. SIGMIS is a sponsor of several conferences on information systems and technology. As one of the oldest of ACM's SIGS, SIGMIS traces its beginning back to 1961, and for decades has been instrumental in defining and developing the field of management and information systems. The annual Computer Personnel Research (CPR) Conference is unique in its role of gathering together MIS professionals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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