On Conferences 2019
Last year, 2018, IEEE TEMS Conferences truly had a productive year as you may have read in a previous conference report in an earlier edition of Leader. So we have set our course and continued our growth and can only do so with the great help of all the local conference organizing teams and the support by all of you by submitting your papers, your workshops and attending these conferences.
The year has started, our first conferences have been and are taking in place in April and May already, with more to come this summer and with the pipeline continuing to grow already for 2020, 2021 and 2022. Several conferences have already gone through their Call for Papers and Review Phase and are in the final process of planning and slotting the papers into the respective conference programs. And some are just starting their CfP phase right now. Please do check out our IEEE TEMS social media channels too, on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, to read more ongoing messages on all of our conferences.
2019 Agenda by Month
April 8th to 10th, the 14th IEEE International Symposium on Autonomous Decentralized Systems (2019 IEEE ISADS) was held in Utrecht, The Netherlands. The conference or supported in collaboration with IEEE Computer Society under leadership by prof.dr. Erik Puik from the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht. The special topic for ISADS 2019 is “Technology and Business Innovation through Structure Change of Society and Life.” (http://isads2019.org/). Aside from the interesting technical papers, the conference provided great keynotes to the audience. For example by the founding father of the conference, Kinji Mori of Waseda University, and also from the CTO of Hitachi, Norihiro Suzuki on “Social Innovation for Society 5.0,” and with public information on this topic to be found at https://www8.cao.go.jp/cstp/english/society5_0/index.html. The conference included a real surprising and interesting social program including a visit to the Museum Speelklok. The participants received a private tour through the wonderful world of self-playing musical instruments and seeing the first autonomous decentralized systems of their kind. For your information, the proceedings’ papers are currently submitted for processing for publication into IEEE Xplore.
When you read this issue of Leader, the next conferences might just be in progress. As from May 6th to 9th, the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Cyber Physical Systems (2019 IEEE ICPS) takes place with IEEE Industrial Electronics Society in the lead and TEMS supporting at the Howard Plaza Hotel, in Taipei, Taiwan. (www.icps19.org)
June 10 and 12th to 14th, the 3rd edition of our flagship conference 2019 IEEE TEMSCON and with the theme for 2019 “Leading Innovation in Times of Constant Change.” The conference is lead by David Bishop and his team, in Atlanta where we will be guests at Georgia Tech Research Institute. On June 10th, the day before the conference, parallel workshops will be held. You do not want to miss this opportunity if these are your fields of interest: “High Tech and Venture Capital” by Eliezer Manor, and “Turning Engineering Projects into Successful Businesses” by Dr. Aaron Shenhar. Of course, the conference program will also be quite interesting, with on the second conference day our Industry Forum. And we are hopefully progressing just in time to have a StartUp Pitch Competition as we are in the innovative heart of Atlanta. We recommend to regularly check the website www.temscon.org, as the program is under construction and unfolding.
June 17th to 19th, we will see the 25th-anniversary edition taking place of the International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation, in short 2019 IEEE ICE/ITMC. In France, at the Sophia Antipolis Innovation Park near Nice airport and is organized with the European Society of Concurrent Engineering (ESoCE) Presence & Innovation Team – Arts & Métiers ParisTech and R2M Solutions with the support of EU research teams. Check out www.ice-conference.org for the latest updates on the program as it is being constructed right now. The theme for 2019 is “Co-creating our Future: Scaling-up Innovation Capacities through the Design and Engineering of Immersive, Collaborative, Empathic and Cognitive Systems.”
August 1st to 4th, currently, in preparation and CfP phase, planning is that the 26th edition 2019 ICMSE will be held in Daejeon, Korea at KAIST (formally the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), by a team led by Prof.Dr. Chul Ho Lee in collaboration with HIT. The conference website will be updated anytime now (http://icmse.hit.edu.cn/icmseen/ch/index.aspx).
August 22nd to 24th, in preparation and CfP phase, the 14th edition of the International Conference on Digital Information Management (2019 ICDIM) is planned to be held in Ireland. More updates on details will soon be published on www.icdim.org.
Okt, 24-26th, with our own Xiaohong “Iris” Quan in the lead and in collaboration with Zhejiang University, the 2nd edition 2019 IEEE TEMS-ISIE is planned for in Hangzhou, China with as theme “Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Markets”. Again do check out the conference website: http://isie.ieee-tems.org/.
Dec 5th to 7th we expect the 3rd edition of the IEEE Global Conference on the Internet of Things (2019 IEEE GCIoT, https://www.gciot.org/2019 ) to be held in Dubai, United Arabic Emirates, organized by a team headed by Dr. Eesa Bastaki, who is President of the University of Dubai and honorary chair of the IEEE UAE Section. You can also visit last years conference using /2018 in the url or take look at the closing video of last year: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAIAcmJWwhI
Call for Conference Proposals
And mentioned, the preparations for 2020, 2021, 2022 have started. Indeed some future conferences are already lining up more firmly, to name a few: March 2020 ETEMS in Dortmund, Germany; April 2020 ICTE in Bologna, Italy; June 2020 TEMSCON in Detroit, USA.
As Society we will post our IEEE TEMS Call for Conference Proposals (CfCP) on our website, to work and collaborate with you on one of our existing next edition conferences or in co-creating new conferences. Please read and do check out that IEEE TEMS CfCP document, as well as all the general IEEE information and courses that are available via the IEEE Organizing Conferences Portal (https://www.ieee.org/conferences/organizers/organizers-index.html ) to allow you to be well prepared to engage in your conference project, from the idea of organizing a conference and having it. And please do not hesitate to contact your VP of Conferences.