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.
Sinead O'Keefe of the University of Limerick organised the Women in Engineering Program held in conjunction with the IEEE 5th World Forum on Internet of Things. The event, aimed at professional women in technology, was designed to provide an opportunity to create communities to facilitate knowledge sharing and provide interactive sessions for discussion and collaboration.
IEEE SmartWorld 2019 aims to provide a high-profile, leading-edge platform for researchers and engineers to exchange and explore state-of-art advances and innovations in graceful integrations of Cyber, Physical and Social Worlds with Ubiquitous Intelligence.
We invite you to submit your work to the 30th Irish Signals and Systems Conference, ISSC 2019, to be held in Maynooth, Ireland, on 17-18 June 2019. The conference is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE UK and Ireland Signal Processing Chapter and the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society UK and Ireland and accepted papers will be published in the IEEE Xplore digital library subject to conference registration and attendance of at least one author and IEEE requirements (including authorship).
We are delighted to welcome Dr Annabel Latham as the new Chair of IEEE UK and Ireland Section Women in Engineering Affinity Group. Annabel takes over from Dr Keeley Crockett who saved as Chair from 2014-2018. Dr Annabel Latham is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science in the School of Computing and Mathematics at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Cyber Science is an IEEE sponsored event, in partnership with Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, and University of Derby. The event comprises four joint and co-located internationally refereed and reputable conferences, namely: Cyber Situational Awareness (CyberSA), Social Media, Cyber Security and Cyber Incident. A premier event featuring academia, industry and government.
IEEE UK and Ireland Blockchain Group is a newly formed Group; the first Group in Region 8. It now has over 120 members. Applications are invited from suitably experienced and qualified UK & Ireland Blockchain members for the role of a UK & I Blockchain Group Secretary.
HISTELCON 2019 will be in the IEEE UK and Ireland Section, in Glasgow, Scotland on 18th and 19th September 2019. The primary theme is ‘historic computers’ with an aim to include papers on those inventions and developments which have not already been the subject of extensive historical publications, and to include the contribution special purpose processors have made to the development and use of advanced digital signal processing methods in many applications areas.
As the new Chair of the IEEE Control Systems Chapter, Professor Krishna Busawon intends to further promote and put Control Systems at the forefront of the Engineering discipline in the UK and Ireland, and encourage new prospective students to undertake control-engineering courses for their undergraduate and postgraduate studies.