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Editorial of Issue 57, December 2016, of the eNewsletter of the IEEE SMC Society

Dear Readers, This is the fourth and last issue of the year for the IEEE SMC Society (SMCS) eNewsletter. Let me briefly describe this issue contents. The eNewsletter includes an exciting interview of our President-Elect for the 2018-2019 term, Dr. Edward W. Tunstel, who serves as Senior Roboticist at Johns Hopkins Applied ...

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Call for Participation: 2017 IEEE ICNSC

ICNSC 2017 - 14th IEEE International Conference on Networking, Sensing and Control, May 16-18, 2017, Calabria, Southern Italy

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Board of Governance Nominations

Please be informed that the online submissions of Board of Governors nominations is now closed.

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Appointment of Dr. Fei-Yue Wang to the position of the EiC for the IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems

I am pleased to inform you that Prof. Fei-Yue Wang has been appointed as the new Editor-in-Chief (EiC), effective April 1, 2017, for the Transactions on Computational Social Systems – a joint journal of the IEEE Systems, Man, & Cybernetics Society and the IEEE Computer Systems Society. The outgoing EiC Dr. ...

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Call for Papers: 2017 IEEE SMC Junior

A part of 2017 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, October 5–8, 2017, Banff Center, Banff, Canada

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Call for Participation: 2017 IEEE SMC Founders’ Forum

The SMC Society is launching a new initiative: the SMC Society Founders’ Forum. The Forum will be part of the SMC Annual Conferences and will feature panel presentations by former SMC leaders (e.g., past presidents, Weiner/Wohl Award winners, editors of SMCS publications, and other distinguished contributors). The goal will be ...

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Call for Participation: 2017 IEEE SMC BMI Workshop

Call for Papers: 2017 Workshop on Brain-Machine Interface Systems

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Call for Participation: 2017 IEEE SMC BMI Hackathon

What’s a Hackathon? Hackathons are brainstorming and collaborative marathons designed to rapidly produce working prototypes. Conventional hackathons typically bring developers and technologists together over 24, 36, 48 or more hours to cram and build solutions that they can present. Why do a Brain Hackathon? By putting creative minds from multiple disciplines ...

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