IEEE New South Wales (REGION 10)

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Conferences

This list of conferences is updated regularly so make sure you bookmark this page so you don’t miss out on any conference.

IEEE TENSYMP 4-6 July, 2018  in Sydney, NSW, Australia

http://sites.ieee.org/nsw/ieee-tensymp-2018/ ‎

 

ANZSCON 10-11 August,2017  in Sydney, Australia

http://sites.ieee.org/nsw/anzscon-2017/

ISTAS 9 – 11 August, 2017 in Sydney, Australia

The theme for ISTAS 2017 is From Good Ideas to Practical Solutions, and is designed to focus on how we can identify a good technological idea and transition it into a practical solution that delivers real benefits to society. It will bring together scientists, engineers, technologists and scholars from multiple disciplines to hold a dialogue on many technological and societal issues, and collaborate on ideas to develop and utilize innovative solutions to address them.

The main conference will be supported by several workshops and special sessions, including the 17th Workshop on Social Implications of National Security, hosted by the Dr Katina Michael (University of Wollongong), and a Doctoral Mentoring Workshop for PhD Student s, hosted by the University of New South Wales.

Key Dates

March 31, 2017 Submission deadline for paper abstracts (EXTENDED)
April 14, 2017 Notification of acceptance
May 26, 2017 Final manuscript submission deadline

Details at: http://ieeessit.org/istas2017/

 

VTC2017-Spring, 4-7 June 2017

Call for Recent Results
As an adjunct to the VTC2017-Spring conference, the Technical Program Committee is offering a Recent Results track including a special track for 5G that will provide an opportunity for rapid publication of emerging work by industry and academia. Authors have the option of seeking an oral or poster presentation accompanied by a paper in the proceedings, or a demo accompanied by a short paper.

Submission Deadline: 3 January 2017
Acceptance Notification: 30 January 2017
Final Submission: 28 February 2017

Details: see the attached Flyer

 

28 June 2016 Education Society

Topic: IEEE NSW Learning and Teaching Discussion Forum

Venue: Macquarie University. Details TBA through registration

Date: Tuesday the 28th of June, 2016

Time: 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Cost IEEE Members: Free

Cost Students: Free

Hosted By: IEEE NSW Education Chapter, IEEE Macquarie University Student Branch, Women in Engineering Education (WiEE)

Further Information: Sudipta Chakraborty (Sudipta.chakraborty@mq.edu.au) or Sasha Nikolic (sasha@uow.edu.au)

Registration and Further Details: https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/40260

 

13 July 2016 Education Society

Topic: IEEE NSW Casual Teacher Forum

Venue: University of Wollongong. Details TBA through registration

Date: Wednesday the 13th of July, 2016

Time: 10:30 am to 12:30 pm

Cost IEEE Members: Free

Cost Students: Free

Hosted By: IEEE NSW Education Chapter

Further Information: Sasha Nikolic (sasha@uow.edu.au)

Registration and Meeting Details: https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/40265

 

International Conference on Mechatronics IEEE-ICM 2017

14 – 17 February 2017, Federation University Australia—Gippsland

Dates: 14 – 17 February 2017

Venue: Federation University Australia—Gippsland

Theme: ADVANCED MECHATRONICS IN SERVICE OF REGIONAL INDUSTRY

Conference Topics and Details: see flyer Call for paper_ICM2017

Sponsor: IEEE Industrial Electronics Society

Further Details: WWW.IEEE-ICM2017.ORG

 

Submission Schedule:

Submission of Special Session Proposals: 1 JULY 2016

Deadline for submission of full paper: 15 July 2016

Notification of acceptance with electronic publication instruction: 15 October 2016

Deadline for final manuscript: 1 December 2016

 

IEEE 85th Vehicular Technology Conference VTC2017-Spring

Dates: 4–7 June 2017 Sydney, Australia

Venue: Sydney

Theme: “Light up Vehicular Innovation”

Conference Topics and Details: see flyer Call for paper_VTC-2017-Spring

Sponsor: IEEE Vehicular Technology Society

Further Details: vtc2017spring.org

 

IMPORTANT DATES

Paper Submission by 16 September 2016

Acceptance Notification 30 January 2017

Camera-Ready Papers due 28 February 2017

 

The 11th International Conference on Information Technology and Applications (ICITA 2016)

Sydney Australia: 1 – 4 July, 2016 (and annually, on this date every year)

Selected papers accepted by this conference will be published in the Information Technology and Applications Journal

For more information visit: http://www.icita.org/

 

The 2nd IEEE Conference on Norbert Wiener in the 21st Century- July 13-15, 2016, at the University of Melbourne

The conference will focus on opportunities and threats presented by advances in cognitive computing, in the context of Wiener’s technical work and his concerns regarding technology and society.

Norbert Wiener was a mathematician, philosopher, scientist and engineer whose pioneering work in mathematics, computer science, systems control, biology and engineering led to cybernetics (the origin of “cyberspace” and “cyborgs”). This conference follows the successful inaugural conference in Boston, June 2014.

We invite paper submissions that consider Wiener’s work from perspectives across applied, hard, and social sciences, as well as the humanities, fine arts, and professional/industry practice.

More details see attached 21CW-16 Call for Abstracts

Or visit: http://21stcenturywiener.org/instructions-to-authors-and-students-2/

 

International Biomedical and Bioelectronics Workshop at Sydney University 17-18 March 2016

This workshop brings together local and international clinical and biomedical researchers to discuss projects of high clinical relevance or impact in terms of health outcomes. It will provide a forum to engage with leading experts in these fields and the opportunity to forge partnerships for future collaborations.

Speakers

Further information

Event registration for speakers and attendees are now open. Register your details here.

REGISTRATION (This is a free event for IEEE members):

If you would like further information OR would like to be involved in the workshop please contact Alistair McEwen

 

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