Conferences: August-October 2011

Upcoming IEEE conferences cover games, nanotechnology, and more

7 June 2011

Featured Conference

IEEE Conference on Computational Intelligence and Games

Seoul, South Korea,
31 August–3 September

Topics include neural- and fuzzy-based approaches to the design of games, player/opponent modeling, computational- and artificial-intelligence-based game design, and multiagent and multistrategy learning. Also covered are applications of game theory, CI for player-affective modeling, and intelligent interactive narrative.

SPONSOR: IEEE Computational Intelligence Society


International Conference on Nanotechnology

Portland, Ore.
15–18 August

Topics include photonics, electronic materials, biomedical devices, quantum computing, alternative energy, and environmental protection. In particular, present and future electrical and electronic applications of nanotechnology are explored.

SPONSORS: IEEE Nanotechnology Council, IEEE Region 6, IEEE Oregon Section


International IEEE Symposium on Precision Clock Synchronization for Measurement, Control, and Communication

14–16 September

Focuses on implementation design and performance issues, system- and device-level studies, conformance testing, and system integration issues. Also covered are design environments and tools for applications, components and embedded implementations, system management, and simulation studies.

SPONSOR: IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society


Petroleum and Chemical Industry Committee Technical Conference

19–21 September

Focusing on technology and issues faced by electrical engineers, topics include American Petroleum Institute motor testing, protection of medium-voltage industrial synchronous generators, design of low-voltage distribution systems incorporating coordination and arc-flash hazard mitigation, and relay performance under saturated-current transformer conditions.

SPONSORS: IEEE Industry Applications Society, IEEE Toronto Section


IEEE Symposium on Industrial Electronics & Applications

Langkawi, Malaysia
25–28 September

Topics include developments and technology trends in power and industrial electronics, industrial applications, and life sciences. Also covered are computer and network applications, measurement systems, and ocean applications.

SPONSOR: IEEE Malaysia Section's Power Electronics, Industrial Electronics, and Industrial Applications Joint Chapter


International Microwave and Optoelectronics Conference

Natal, Brazil
29 October–1 November

Provides a forum for exchanging information on R&D in microwaves and optoelectronics. Topics include millimeter and nanometer waves, antennas, propagation, wireless communications, fiber optics, and photonic networks.

SPONSORS: Brazilian Microwave and Optoelectronics Society, IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society


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