This volume contains the proceedings of the 32nd and 33rd annual Colloquium of Automation that were held in Leer, Germany. These Colloquiums continued the mission of the Colloquium of Automation, that is, to gather together researchers from the University of Bremen, engineers from local industry and international researchers and practitioners in automation and related fields.
The 12 contributions presented in this volume are a selection from 56 papers accepted for presentation at the Colloquiums. The coverage of the contributions is very wide, addressing research, new developments, and experience related to:
- Control Theory
- Automation Systems
- Computer/Robot Vision
- Brain Computer Interface