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2nd Quarter 2016
About the IEEE Systems Council Newsletter
Engineers today start their careers with excellent technical skills and subject matter expertise. The IEEE Systems Council Newsletter includes time sensitive news useful to its members, and highlights content from the current issue of IEEE Systems Journal.
New Member Society of IEEE Systems Council
We welcome the IEEE Computer Society as the newest Member Society of the IEEE Systems Council.
View the full list of our Member Societies and Member Society Representatives.
Other Conferences of Interest
2016 IEEE Symposium on Product Compliance Engineering (ISPCE)
16-18 May 2016
Anaheim, CA, USA
2016 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA)
16-21 May 2016
IEEE Multi-Conference on Systems and Control 2016 (MSC 2016)
19-22 September 2016
Buenos Aires, Argentina
3rd International Conference on NeuroRehabilitation (ICNR)
18-21 October 2016
55th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC)
12-14 December 2016
Las Vegas, NV, USA
7th IEEE Green Energy and Systems Conference (IGESC)
The 7th IEEE Green Energy and Systems Conference (IGESC) will be held in Long Beach, CA 7 November 2016. View the IGESC 2016 Call for Papers. The submission deadline is 6 June 2016.
IEEE Systems Conference (SysCon) Technical Meetings
We hope you all enjoyed Orlando a couple of weeks ago at the 2016 IEEE SysCon!
Technical meetings associated with SysCon's technical business were held during SysCon. The technical committees of the IEEE Systems Council need and want your help. When you engage in these technical forums you will find others with similar goals. As an experienced engineer, you already know the importance of collaboration. If you would like to lead a project, let us know how we can help. If you would like to dive into some systems analysis and you were unable to check out the conference Workshop, there is another session scheduled in Edinburgh, Scotland later this year.
On behalf of the Technical Committees, we hope to hear from you. Please contact Roger Oliva for more information.
IEEE Systems Council Technical Committees
Call for ParticipationThe IEEE is committed to excellence and the IEEE Systems Council Technical Committees (TC) are designed to flexibly respond to any engineering interests whether they be long or short term.
Current list of Technical Commitees:
To participate in one of the TCs, please contact Roger Oliva, VP Technical Operations for the Systems Council. Please view our website for more information.
IEEE Systems Council Intelligent Transportation Design (ITD) Technical Committee Meetings
IEEE Systems Council Intelligent Transportation Design (ITD) Technical Committee meetings will be held bi-weekly either on Tuesday or Thursday.
The goal of the IEEE ITD meeting is to capture the essence of machine-enabled human and cargo transportation through all modes of travel. Issues associated with the safe implementation of electromechanical systems supporting autonomous and semi-autonomous transport will be identified, predicted, and their mitigation strategies recommended. Particular attention will be paid to the power processes, internal and external electronics, and the material integrity of electromechanical systems. For additional information regarding the IEEE Systems Council Intelligent Transportation Design (ITD) Technical Committee meetings, please contact Roger Oliva at firstname.lastname@example.org or LaMont McAliley at email@example.com.
IEEE Systems Council Distinguished Lecturer, José M. Azorin
José M. Azorin, Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Systems Council, delivered a lecture on Brain-Machine Interfaces for Controlling Robots at the Spanish National Congress of IEEE Student Branches in Elche (Spain) on 8 April 2016. The talk described different non-invasive Brain-Machine Interfaces (BMIs) that have been developed at Miguel Hernandez University of Elche (Spain) to interact with exoskeletons. The first part of the talk focused on introducing BMI systems. In the second part, several BMIs that allow controlling robots were explained. Finally, different BMI systems that have developed to control robotic exoskeletons for rehabilitation of the upper limb and the lower limb were described.
José is the Director of the Brain-Machine Interface Systems Lab and Associate Professor of the Systems Engineering and Automation Department at Miguel Hernández University of Elche (Spain). He holds an M.Sc in Computer Science from the University of Alicante (1997, Spain) and a Ph.D. in Telerobotics by the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (2003, Spain). His current research interests are Brain-Computer Interfaces, Neuro-robotics, Assistive Robotics and Rehabilitation Robotics. Over the last 10 years, his research has been funded by prestigious grants from the European Union and other Spanish government agencies. He has been the PI of more than 10 research projects. He has directed the research of more than 35 PhD/MS students. His research has resulted in more than 150 technical papers and 3 patents.
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