Abstract & Poster Submissions

Submission Deadline Updates
The submission deadline for Full-Papers (for peer review, presentation at the conference, and publication in IEEE Xplore) has passed. However, you have until April 16th to submit your Abstract for either a Conference Paper (for presentation only) or aStudent Poster (to be displayed during the conference).
Student participants are also invited to discuss their work at the conference’s Doctoral Workshop on the afternoon of 12 July.
Abstract Submissions
All submissions for papers and poster will be online via the conference web site using URL https://controls.papercept.net/conferences/scripts/start.pl
Abstracts will be assessed for relevance to the conference, and authors will be notified about the status of their submission by 15 May 2016.
For submissions to the Doctoral Workshop, contact Workshop Chair, Philip Hall (philip.hall@ieee.org)
Conference Overview

We invite you to participate in the 2nd IEEE Conference on Norbert Wiener in the 21st Century, to be held from July 13-15, 2016, at the University of Melbourne. The conference will focus on opportunities and threats presented by advances in cognitive computing, in the context of Wiener’s technical work and his concerns regarding technology and society.

Norbert Wiener was a mathematician, philosopher, scientist and engineer whose pioneering work in mathematics, computer science, systems control, biology and engineering led to cybernetics (the origin of  “cyberspace” and “cyborgs”). This conference follows the successful inaugural conference in Boston, June 2014.

We invite paper submissions that consider Wiener’s work from perspectives across applied, hard, and social sciences, as well as the humanities, fine arts, and professional/industry practice. Conference topics will include:

  • Cognitive computing in theory and practice.
  • Wiener’s fields of work (cybernetics, information theory, philosophy, life sciences, interval computation, fuzzy sets, Brownian motion, analysis under uncertainty…).
  • Wiener’s societal concerns (information ethics, innovation and economic development, robots and work, cyber warfare and crime, science fiction as social commentary, cybernetics and literature, art and design…)
See CFP For Details

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