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Systems Science and Engineering

Systems engineering, issue formulation, analysis and modeling, decision making, & issue interpretation for systems engineering lifecycle phases related to definition, development, & deployment of systems.

Human Machine

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Human-Machine Systems covers integrated human/machine systems at multiple scales, and includes areas such as cognitive ergonomics and engineering; assistive or companion technologies; and fundamentals of human/machine system measurement, modeling, and evaluation.



Cybernetics includes such areas as computational intelligence, computer vision, neural networks, genetic algorithms, machine learning, fuzzy systems, cognitive systems, decision making, and robotics.

Call for Nominations - IEEE Systems Council Awards

James O. Gray Scholarships Nominate Today Named in memory of James O. Gray, the scholarship recognizes students pursuing studies in process control systems engineering, plant automation or instrumentation & measurement. Scholarship Awards $5,000 USD and a certificate for a Graduate student $5,000 USD and a certificate for an Undergraduate student Decisions are made by the Systems ...

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Webinar - Building A Smart City: Innovation Neighborhoods

Thursday, December 6, 2018, 2pm ET Presented by Mike Beehler The world is growing more urban every day. According to the United Nations, 2050 the urbanite population will grow by 3 billion people. The future of our planet will be defined by the future of our cities. The ideas behind a smart ...

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Recently Elevated IEEE Fellows

Congratulations to SMC Society members elevated to IEEE Fellow.

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Survey on Innovation & Patenting in Research

Dear IEEE SMC Society Member:Professor Manuel Castro, President Emeritus of the IEEE Education Society, is conducting a study on introducing new Patenting Courses into the curricula for Bachelor Degrees of Science and Engineering.

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2018 BCI Designers Hackathon

Christoph Guger IEEE SMC hosted a BCI Designers Hackathon in Miyazaki from October 6-7, 2018. The Hackathon was a 2 day event where programmers, developers and scientists met to design and create new brain-computer interface applications. The Hackathon started on the first day with talks about how to create BCIs and ...

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eNewsletter of the IEEE SMC Society – Issue 61, October 2018

The number third issue of the IEEE SMC Society eNewsletter for 2018.

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