Past Events

The IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society Chapter of the IEEE, United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland Section organises a series of annual events. Past and current tutorials, workshops and conferences are detailed below.

The chapter came into existence on 26th June 2002, and held its inaugural meeting on 25th July 2002 at City University.

The first event organised by the chapter was a tutorial which took place at the Royal Statistical Society on Tues 26th November 2002 entitled Man - Systems and Cybernetics : Principles and Applications

The second event was a workshop held at the University of Reading on Wed 17th September 2003 entitled Cybernetic Intelligence - Challenges and Advances

In 2004 the workshop was held on Sept 7th-8th at the University of Ulster, entitled Intelligent Cybernetic Systems.

In 2005 the workshop was held on Sept 7th-8th at City University, London, entitled Applied Cybernetics.

In 2006, the fifth event was a conference held on Sept 7th-8th at Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK, entitled Advances in Cybernetic Systems, with over 50 presentations.

In 2007, our conference, held on Sept 6th-7th at University College Dublin, was entitled Cybernetic Systems 2007. Highlights here were plenaries from Prof Hideyuki Takagi, Kyushu University, and Prof Didier Dubois, Universite de Toulouse.

In 2008, our conference was held on September 9th and 10th at Middlesex University and was entitled Cybernetic Intelligent Systems 2008. The keynote speakers were Dr Feng Hsu, NASA, and Prof Sergey Lyshevski, Rochester Institute of Technology.

In 2009, our conference was held on September 9th and 10th at the University of Birmingham and was entitled Cybernetic Intelligent Systems 2009.

In 2010, we returned to Reading for Cybernetic Intelligent Systems 2010.

If you would like to be involved in our chapter, please contact us; relevant contact details are on the Chairman's Welcome page.

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