Invitation to Melbourne in 2016

Professor Graeme Clark, AC Laureate Professor Emeritus “It gives me great pleasure to have the opportunity to welcome your interest in the work of Norbert Wiener and invite you to Melbourne to participate in this important conference.” Professor Graeme Clark, AC Laureate Professor Emeritus, leader in pioneering cochlear implant research, the winner of numerous awards and honours and who continues to research the convergence between engineering and biology at the University of Melbourne.

Manuscript Rediscovered

New York Times finds unpublished article by Norbert Wiener.

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Opening the Conference

"A fortunate few can say, in their lifetimes, that they made a difference within their profession. A remarkable few can say that they not only changed their profession, but other professions as well.Wiener’s contributions profoundly altered our world in ways that continue to be felt today. This IEEE conference will celebrate the work of Norbert Wiener, while noting his influence on developments and innovation that continue to shape and change our lives. I urge students, students of students, colleagues, technical historians –in short, everyone - to join me and those who knew this truly remarkable technologist." - Dr Peter Staecker, IEEE President 2013.


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