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IADAT-aci2006 Conference  is organized by the International Association for the Development of Advances in Technology - IADAT. In order to achieve IADAT main objectives, namely "to bring together Universities, Research Institution and Industry, and also to promote collaboration and foster cooperation", IADAT announces its 2nd Conference  on Automation, Control and Instrumentation, focused  on "Innovation, Technology and Research ". This conference will be held in Valencia from 5th to 7th July, 2006, at The Valencia Conference Centre (Spain) .

The First International Conference on Automation, Control and Instrumentation was held from 2nd to 4th, February, 2005  in Bilbao, Spain. The fact that in each of the Conferences held there have always participated representatives from more than 23 countries is a clear evidence of the International Scope of the Conferences, which is continuously growing.

 (The abstract papers of  the IADAT-aci2005 Conference are available in PDF format).

Main  purpose

The main goal of the IADAT-aci2006 Conference is to provide an international forum for researchers, engineers, professors, educational scientists and technologists in all areas of Automation, Control and Instrumentation. This conference will provide an excellent opportunity to present, demonstrate and discuss research, development, applications, and the latest innovations and results in the field of Higher Education and Industry.

The increasing and rapid advance of technology implies continuous changes that affect to the professionals in the fields of Automation, Control and Instrumentation. The IADAT-aci2006 Conference is a unique opportunity for exploring the future of these areas and emerging technologies.

Who should Attend ?

Researchers, engineers, professors, educational scientists and technologists of all areas of  Automation, Control and Instrumentation are invited to present results based on innovations, research and technologies applied to both theoretical and practical teaching.

Presentation Format

Authors are invited to submit original papers for Conference presentations under any of the following categories: Academic Papers, Posters, Tutorials,  and Industrial Papers and Applications.  Submissions will be made online at the Conference web site 

All accepted papers shall been published in the printed Proceedings Book, each paper shall be included in the conference programme and published in the Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM.



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How to get to Valencia


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The Valencia Conference Centre 

Avda. Cortes Valencianas, nº 60 · 46015 VALENCIA (SPAIN) · Tel.: +34 96 317 94 00 · Fax: +34 96 317 94 01

Valencia lies on the Mediterranean coast on the plain of the river Turia, surrounded by hinterland hills rarely higher than 100 metres. It is the third city in Spain and well communicated with the rest of the country and main international destinations.

BY AIR: Manises airport
Is situated eight km. west of the city. There is a frequent bus-service from the terminal to the city centre and taxi-service. Information: 34 961.59.85.00

BY TRAIN. Valencia North Station
Situated in the city centre. Trains arrive and depart for all national and international destinations. It also caters for local destinations within the Valencian Province.


BY SEA: Valencia Maritime Port
Although Valencia is principally an industrial port it also operates a frequent ferry service to the Balearic Islands and is the starting point for many Mediterranean Cruises. It is well connected to the city centre by a number of frequent bus 


The AP-7 motorway runs down the east coast of Spain connecting Valencia to the main European motorway network and to A-23 Sagunto-Somport and the A-3 Madrid-Valencia dual carriageway. Most coach services arrive and depart from Valencia Central Bus Station.

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