Welcome to CoDIT 2024
The CoDIT 2024 conference is the tenth (10) edition in the series of the International Conference on Control, Decision and Information Technologies, organized since 2013, the previous one CoDIT'23 was held in Rome, Italy, in July 2023.
CoDIT 2024 will be held 01-04 July, 2024 at Valetta, Malta. Its purpose is to be a forum for technical exchange amongst scientists having interests in Control, Automation, Robotics, Optimization, Decision, Cybernetics, Computer Science and Information Technologies. This conference will provide a remarkable opportunity for the academic and industrial communities to address new challenges, share solutions and discuss future research directions. The technical program will include plenary lectures, regular technical sessions, and special sessions.
Welcome to Malta
Nestled in the heart of the Mediterranean, Malta is a captivating southern European country with a rich history and culture. The Maltese Archipelago, comprising the main islands of Malta, Gozo, and Comino, is strategically located at the center of the Mediterranean Sea, only 93 kilometers south of Sicily. Despite its seemingly secluded position, Malta is easily accessible, with just a few hours' flying time from most mainland European cities and excellent intercontinental connections.
This enchanting destination offers a diverse range of experiences, from scaling sky-high cliffs to exploring fabulous ancient temples and uncovering mysterious hidden coves. Scuba diving enthusiasts will find plenty of wonderful places to dive into the crystal-clear waters. Malta caters to a broad spectrum of interests, ensuring there's something for everyone. The historic part of Malta, with its incredible architecture, great walled cities, and a network of underground tunnels, provides a fascinating glimpse into its past.
Moreover, the resilient spirit of the warm and hospitable Maltese people adds an inviting touch to the islands' allure. The economy thrives on various sectors, including tourism, manufacturing, and financial services. Having gained independence from British rule in 1964, Malta's strategic location has made it a crossroads of diverse cultures throughout the ages.
In the heart of this historical richness lies Valletta, the capital city and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Valletta not only stands as a living testament to the architectural grandeur of the Baroque era but also serves as a vibrant city with bustling streets adorned with lively cafes and shops. Beyond its historical charm, Valletta is a symbolic bridge connecting Malta's rich past with its dynamic present, encapsulating the essence of this enchanting Mediterranean nation. The city's cultural vibrancy is further highlighted by events like the Malta International Arts Festival and the Valletta Film Festival, making it a hub of cultural and social life.