Conferences Aug-Oct 2010

A selection of upcoming IEEE conferences

7 June 2010
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Featured Conference

IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference

Arlington, Va.
27-30 October

Papers, panel discussions, and workshops cover a variety of topics in preuniversity engineering education. Sessions address creative ways to teach ethics; distance learning methods, technologies, and assessments; and technology in the classroom.

SPONSOR: IEEE Computer Society



IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation

Xian, China

4-7 August

Workshops, tutorials, technical sessions, and plenary talks cover robotics, biomedical and rehabilitation engineering, control 
systems and modeling, nano- and microsystems, sensor networks, and related topics.

SPONSOR: IEEE Robotics and Automation Society



IEEE Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation

Bilbao, Spain

13-16 September

Topics include information technology in automation, industrial communication systems, real-time and networked embedded systems, automated manufacturing systems, and industrial control, with emphasis on process, equipment, and intelligent and supervisory control. Also on the agenda are intelligence and heuristics in automation, as well as intelligent robots and systems.

SPONSOR: IEEE Industrial Electronics Society



IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics


10-13 October

With a focus on advances in systems science and engineering, human-machine systems, and cybernetics, topics include consumer and industrial applications, discrete event systems, and Petri nets. Sessions include smart metering, intelligent green production systems, brain-based information communications, interactive and digital media, bioinformatics, evolutionary computation, and heuristic algorithms.

SPONSOR: IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society


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