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May 2018

EMCSA Workshop

May 22 @ 8:00 am - May 24 @ 5:00 pm
Lakes Resort Hotel, Adelaide

Annual Workshop, Adelaide, 22nd to 24th May 2018 The EMC Society of Australia (EMCSA) annual workshop will be convened in Adelaide, 22nd to the 24th of May 2018. Our annual workshop features short and long presentations from National and International experts in industry and academia, as well as Industry Exhibitions. The EMCSA Workshop will be held over 3 days: ● Tuesday 22nd Commencement of the EMCSA Workshop, with Trade Show, Speakers and welcome Cocktail Networking event. ● Wednesday 23rd Second…

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Flirting with ICT 2018

May 30 @ 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Federation Uni – T Building, T102 Lecture Theatre, University Dr, Mount Helen
Melbourne, VIC 3350 Australia
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Connect to ICT professionals & academics. Gain an awareness of the IEEE and their desire to support the setup of a local student chapter. Understand how FedUni is researching & working with industry to strengthen cyber-security. Hear about upcoming IBM graduate opportunities. Meet George Fong, one of the most instrumental ICT professionals to benefit Australia. 10.30am – 11.30am Meet the IEEE and ICSL 11.30am – 12.30pm Lunch, networking & Capstone project presentations 12.30pm – 1.00pm IBM Graduate opportunities. 1.00pm –…

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June 2018

Directional Wireless Communications Using Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Tactical Operations

June 4 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
RMIT – Building 80, Level 1, Room 2, 455 Swanston Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia
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IEEE Directional Wireless Communications Talk, Melbourne, 4th June 2018 IEEE is hosting a special event on the 4th June 2018 on directional communication systems for UAS networks will be discussed. This will include research in communications networking and control based on modelling and simulation and systems development.   Speaker: Prof Stuart D. Milner Dep of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Director of the Center for Networking of Infrastructure Sensors, and Associate Director, Maryland Optics Group A. James Clark School of Engineering, University…

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Problem-Based Learning: Contrasting Scandinavian & Australian Experiences, From Curriculum Development & Student-Based Perspectives

June 26 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
RMIT – Building 80, Level 2, Room 80.2.02, 445 Swanston Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia
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Education Society Seminar & Panel Discussion. What do PBL approaches have to offer Engineering courses in Australian universities? The presentation contrasts how PBL is embedded in Scandinavian and Australian university settings, and highlights the distinct approaches, curriculum and institutional arrangements in the implementation of PBL. At stake is the quality of the student experience, the capability of the graduate prepared by Engineering degree programs, and opportunities to enhance and strengthen connections with industry and professional organisations. Issues raised are what kind…

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How do you build a Wind Farm?

June 26 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Engineers Australia, Level 31, 600 Bourke Street Melbourne VIC 3000

  Electric Energy Society of Australia (EESA) and IEEE Power Energy Society (PES) Joint Event   With more and more wind farms being designed and constructed all over Victoria, who and what does it take to plan, build and operate a wind farm? This talk will overview the Wind Farm build process from the Balance of Plant perspective.   Biography of the speakers: Kingsley Slipper has a background in construction and Project Management from his Building degree at Melbourne University.…

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The First Fifty Years Were OK – dealing with experiences in his long career

June 27 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
RMIT – Building 80, Level 7, Room 58, 445 Swanston Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia
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From schoolboy experimenter to Manager of Engineering; from environmental testing to computer design synthesis; from factory floor to classroom and blackboard; from microamperes to kiloamperes (and return); from thermionic vacuum tubes to VLSI and SMD; it’s been quite an interesting journey! In this broad-ranging overview, Tony Gasgoigne will describe selected aspects of his professional experience since graduating in the early 1960s, including organisations worked for, positions held, projects undertaken, climates survived in, and (most importantly) people met and encountered! For more information please…

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July 2018

Cyber Security Symposium 2018

July 5 - July 6
International Hotel, 2 Lake Albert Road
Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650 Australia
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CSS2018 will focus on recent data breaches; cybercrime; cyber deterrence; business process compromise; protecting control systems and critical infrastructure; technological disrupters; and skills, education, and the cyber workforce. For further details & Registration: https://bjbs.csu.edu.au/schools/computing-and-mathematics/cyber-security IEEE Contact: champ@computer.org

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Forum: Citations don’t measure the quality of research!

July 12 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Federation Uni – T Building, T121, University Dr, Mount Helen
Melbourne, VIC 3350 Australia
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A panel of presenters will discuss their perspectives on citations as a measure of research quality, and if such measures are building bridges between researchers. Presenters include Prof. Fadi Charchar, A/Prof. Andrew Stranieri, and Dr. Alireza Jolfaei. The forum is available to all interested researchers including IEEE members and non-members.

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Workshop on Authorship/Integrity Issues in Computational Intelligence

July 24 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Federation Uni – F301, University Dr, Mount Helen
Melbourne, VIC 3350 Australia
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IEEE Victorian Section CIS Chapter is organizing a workshop on authorship/integrity issues in computational intelligence research collaborations. This workshop will inform the participants about the best practices in response to authorship/integrity issues. It would be very helpful for the CIS researchers to learn about authorship/integrity issues, especially when things go awry with international collaborators; how to avoid publishing conflicts and how to seek help if there is any conflict.

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Delivering bionic technologies that improve human health

July 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Deakin – Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation, Building NA, IISRI Seminar Room, CISR Drive
Waurn Ponds, VIC 3126 Australia
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IEEE SMC-EMBS seminar - By Robert Klupacs, CEO Bionics Institute (BI) and A/Prof James Fallon Research Director at BI.   The Bionics institute (BI), is a leader in hearing research, particularly cochlear implants, surgically implanted electronic devices that provide a sense of sound to people who are deaf or severely hard of hearing. As described below, this talk will explain how researchers at BI are now working on improving how cochlear implants are fitted to the individual and using cochlear implant technology to improve…

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