【CFP】AEROSPACE SYSTEMS Special Issue on “Intelligent Sensing and Control for Aerospace Unmanned Systems”



Unmanned systems, capable of performing missions autonomously without human intervention or with human cooperation, have gained fast development in recent years. Aerospace unmanned systems (AUS) such as unmanned aircraft, spacecraft, near space vehicles, service robots and manipulators play a key role for leading the development. To pursue reliability and autonomy for AUS, advanced or intelligent methodologies should be paid great attention, particularly on sensing and control that are critical issues of the unmanned systems for data processing and information decision. Also, to build up environmental adaptivity, sensing and control need to be integrated into an intelligent framework for technical use.

This special issue on “Intelligent Sensing and Control for Aerospace Unmanned Systems” will cover a broad spectrum of topics in advanced sensing and advanced control and focus specially on dealing with new problems encountering in autonomous control of AUS. The issue aims at providing an opportunity for researchers and practitioners working in the field of control engineering and aerospace engineering to disseminate their new ideas and research results. Original high quality research papers on topics of interest, including but not limited to the following, are solicited:

⚫ Modeling, Identification and Simulation for AUS
⚫ Adaptive Filtering and Statistical Signal Processing
⚫ Machine Learning for Signal Processing
⚫ Image Processing and Understanding
⚫ Information Fusion
⚫ Adaptive and Learning Control with Applications on AUS
⚫ Robust and Networked Control with Applications on AUS
⚫ Trajectory Planning and Optimization
⚫ Integrated Guidance, Navigation and Control
⚫ Intelligent Robotics

Prospective authors should prepare their manuscripts in accordance with the submission guidelines of Aerospace Systems and submit their complete manuscript materials online according to the instructions given at:
Please mark “Special Issue ISCAUS” at the step “Author Comments” during manuscript submission.

Important Dates
Manuscript due: June 1, 2020
Acceptance notification: July 20, 2020
Final manuscript due: August 31, 2020
Publication Date: 2020

Guest Editors
Yuankai Li, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China,
(Lead Guest Editor)
Liang Ding, Harbin Institute of Technology,
Qing Guo, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China,
Han Pan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University,


About Aerospace Systems

ISSN: 2523-3947 (Print) 2523-3955 (Online)

AEROSPACE SYSTEMS provides an international, peer-reviewed forum which focuses on system level research and development regarding aeronautics and astronautics. The journal emphasizes the unique role and increasing importance of informatics on aerospace. It fills a gap in current publishing coverage from outer space vehicles to atmospheric vehicles by highlighting interdisciplinary science, technology and engineering.

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