About the CCDC


About the Conference

Chinese Control and Decision Conference (CCDC) is an annual international conference co-organized by the Northeastern University of China and IEEE.

The first CCDC was held in 1989 and since then the conference has been successfully held for 28 times. 2016 CCDC received an overwhelming response with a total of 1802 submissions from 17 countries/regions including United States of America, Taiwan, United Kingdom, Singapore, Hong Kong, Spain, Peru, India, Turkey, Canada, Pakistan, Macau, Ecuador, Luxembourg, Japan, France and Australia. After going through a rigorous review process, 1356 papers were accepted and presented in 125 oral sessions and 9 poster sessions during the conference. 1115 delegates from different countries/regions attended the conference. In addition to the normal technical sessions, the technical program also included four keynote speeches and eight semi-plenary talks covering the state-of-the-art in control and decision.