Following an eNotice circulated to the Section last week, the Blockchain Group already has over 100 members; that's quite astonishing. The vision of the Blockchain Group is to become the most vibrant and active chapter in our Section dedicated to serving and providing member value. Membership to the UK&I Blockchain Group is, and will remain, free.
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Reading has a PhD Opportunity in Deep Learning and Image Analysis and is inviting applicants for the post. The project is multi-disciplinary research involving an excellent team of supervisors with the necessary background in machine learning, hydrology, observation systems, and data assimilation to successfully advise and guide the student throughout the project.
The newly formed Blockchain Group is here to serve members in creating a forum for professional networking, learning, and growing of the rapidly emerging Blockchain field and to organise events covering the start-of-the-art in Blockchain technology and applications.
IEEE Computational Intelligence Society is holding a Webinar Competition. Submissions are invited on: Emerging Topics and Applications of Computational Intelligence. Submission consists of a Webinar Title, Abstract and a URL to the webinar which should be a maximum of 30 minutes in duration.
The first IEEE British and Irish Conference on Optics and Photonics (BICOP 2018), which will be held on the 12th – 14th December 2018 at the prestigious Royal Society in London and will include esteemed speakers from industry and academia.
The “Systemic Innovation Seminar”, jointly sponsored by the Nottingham Business School of the Nottingham Trent University is planned for Wednesday 23rd of January 2019 at, 50 Shakespeare Street, Nottingham NG1 4FQ from 12:00 to 18:00. A full programme and speaker line-up will be published in due course.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) specialist Keith Armstrong has become the first person to receive the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ (IEEE) new Excellence in Continuing EMC Education Award, presented at the 2018 joint IEEE EMC Society and Asia-Pacific EMC (APEMC) symposium.
This year’s IEEE Day is on 2 October. Its recurrent theme, however, is resolutely forward-looking: 'Leveraging Technology for a Better Tomorrow'. Or in other words, while the world benefits from what's new, IEEE focuses on what's next. Events taking place around the world range from technical symposia to public engagement with local communities, and from interactive demos to general family fun. In previous years, weatherpermitting, even street parties and barbecues have been involved.
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