Registration is now open for the 6th Conference on History of Technology - HISTELCON - which is being held in Glasgow on 18th and 19th September. This year the primary theme is ‘historic computers’ including papers on those inventions and developments which have not already been the subject of extensive historical publications, and the contribution that special purpose processors have made to the development and use of advanced digital signal processing methods in many applications areas.
On behalf of the IEEE Magnetism Chapter you are invited to nominate this year's lecturer, who will be invited to talk at the Magnetism 2020 meeting which will be held in Sheffield. Nominations should include an outline of the contributions of the nominee and their significance, and explain why the candidate would make an excellent Wohlfarth Memorial Lecturer.
Cyber Science as a multidisciplinary and co-located event is gradually becoming a mainstream and notable conference, first, for its quality, second, for its uniqueness, and finally, for its structure, contributions and originality; something existing mainstream conferences do not normally possess.
Call for Papers: 9th International Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP-2019)
The 9th IET International Conference on Imaging for Crime Detection and Prevention (ICDP-19) aims to create an important networking forum in which participants can discuss the present and future of image-based technologies for crime detection and prevention. The conference takes place in December 2019 and has released a Call for Papers.
The IEEE UK & Ireland Blockchain Group will be officially launched in an event in London in February 2020. The group was formed in November 2018, the first in Region 8 and since thennit has rapidly grown in numbers, with currently over 120 members. The aim of the Group is to serve members in creating a forum for professional networking, learning & development, and to educate members in the rapidly emerging Blockchain field and to organise events covering the start-of-the-art in Blockchain technology and applications.
The Information Theory Chapter of the UK and Ireland Section is offering three category student awards ranging from undergraduate to postgraduate. The awards are based upon the evaluation of a draft thesis in an an information theory or related discipline.
Applications are invited from suitably experienced and qualified members for the roles of IEEE UK and Ireland Computational Intelligence Chapter, including Vice-Chair, Chapter Secretary and Chapter Treasurer.
As part of the Information Theory Chapter's mission to be the professional home for UK Engineers and Scientists working in Information Theory and applications, it has introduced a series of annual thesis awards ranging from undergraduate to postgraduate. The winner of each category receives a £200 award and a certificate. The annual awards have been recently announced.
The YP Postgraduate STEM Research Symposium was a single day event that gave the opportunity to early STEM researchers, especially PGRs (PhD and MPhil), to present their research, receive feedback and explore the possibilities of turning research to enterprise. The symposium was open to professionals and students and accepted submissions of posters, papers and research to enterprise pitches.
The Signal Processing Society recently approved an initiative that would provide limited Society support for SPS Chapters to send up to two members each to the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP) in Taipei, Taiwan from 22-25 September 2019.