IEEE UK and Ireland, Systematic Innovation Special Interest Group (SISIG) is hereby giving notice of the next meeting of the group and would like to invite all practitioners and field experts for their valuable contributions.
IEEE UK and Ireland is the largest Section in Region 8, and one of the largest Sections outside the US and is looking to appoint a new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Chair to lead STEM activities for the Section.
The Robotics and Automation Chapter are seeking paper submissions for WCCI 2020, the bi-annual IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, workshop. This will cover topics related to the trustworthiness of RAS through AI techniques and Edge Computing.
The UK and Ireland Section is delighted to announce that Professor Ali Hessami has been appointed as the first Chair of the SIGHT Group. Professor Hessami is the Director of R&D and Innovation at Vega Systems-UK. He is an expert in systems assurance and safety, security, sustainability and knowledge assessment / management methodologies.
IEEE UK and Ireland Fellow Chris Bailey has been elected to serve as the President of the Electronics Packaging Society for 2020-21. Chris is Professor of Computational Mechanics and Reliability at the University of Greenwich, London.
The UK and Ireland Section is delighted to announce that Professor Izzet Kale has been successful in the recent ballot to elect the Vice Chair for 2020-22. Professor Kale is currently, College and Institute Research Director and Digital Industries and Director, Applied DSP and VLSI Research Group, College of Design, Creative and Digital Industries at the University of Westminster London, UK, which he founded in the late 1980s.
On Friday 20th December the first milestone for UK & Ireland SIGHT Project "Inclusive Multi-Sensor Platform for Autistic Kids that Encourages Social Interaction" was reached when the projector was installed and commissioned.
The LMAG Committee has continued to prepare nominations for IEEE Milestones, following the highly successful event organised by Peter Grant from Edinburgh University, at the Hunterian Museum in Glasgow.
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