[AISWorld] Reminder - IEEE Technically Sponsored Science and Information (SAI) Conference 2015
supriya.kapoor at thesai.org
Fri Dec 26 09:00:21 EST 2014
Just following up on the below.
There is a last chance to submit research papers/poster papers/demo
proposals for the IEEE Technically Sponsored Science and Information
Conference 2015. Submission is now open till 5th of January 2015.
Don't forget – you may share this information with your colleagues and
Thanks, we really appreciate your contribution.
Best wishes for the holiday season and Happy New Year!
Science and Information Conference
P.S. If you have already submitted, please ignore this email.
We invite you to join us for the next Science and Information Conference,
technically co-sponsored by IEEE.
The Science and Information Conference 2015 will feature specialized
keynote talks, contributed papers, industrial workshops, poster
presentations, and tutorials on theory and practice. Its drive is to
convene a high quality, well-attended, and up-to-date conference on
technology and research.
Conference Tracks include, but are not limited to: Technology Trends,
Communication, Security, Intelligent Systems, Machine Vision, e-Learning,
e-Business, Electronics and more. Detailed list of topics is available on
the conference website.
It is a three day conference and will be held from July 28-30, 2015 at the
America Square Conference Centre, London EC3N 2LB.
There is a free post conference London tour on July 31, 2015
Conference Website: www.conference.thesai.org
If you would like to join the conference as a participant, Early Bird
Registration is open till January 15, 2015.
If you are interested in submitting a paper/poster for presentation,
following important dates might be helpful for you,
Paper Submission : January 05, 2015 (Extended)
Acceptance Notification : February 01, 2015 (Extended)
Author Registration : February 15, 2015
Camera Ready Submission : March 15, 2015
A quick 120 second recap from the 2014 conference is available at
*Confirmed Keynote Speakers:*
- Thomas Sterling, Indiana University
- Muriel Médard, MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Fahim Kawsar, Director, Internet of Things Research, Bell Laboratories
- Karlheinz Meier, Heidelberg University
- Geyong Min, University of Exeter
Please do get in touch if you would like to contribute to this event in
more ways; and feel free to circulate this information among your
Looking forward to your contribution!
Science and Information Conference 2015
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