Upcoming MDPI Conferences (1)
17–28 May 2021 8th International Symposium on Sensor Science
Gathering of the interdisciplinary community is necessary for synergistic development in the field of sensors and improvement of life quality. Updating the community on the most recent works and building new links between disciplines enables discussion and new collaborations.
This conference will bring together leading researchers, from both academia and industry, to share their recent findings on a range of topics related to Bio- and Nano-Sensors, Bioelectronics, Chemical Sensors, Physical Sensors, Sensor Applications, and Smart Systems. It will focus on significant advances in the area of sensorics, enabling increased sensitivity, portability, and connectivity. Therefore, the target participants for the proposed conference are experts in the sensors community while, at the same time, the conference is expected to be mutually beneficial for young researchers and students.
We look forward to welcoming you at this exciting meeting in Dresden.
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Upcoming Partner Conferences (8)
14–16 July 2021 The annual International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS 2021)
The conference is intended to cover several aspects of distributed computing in sensor systems such as high level abstractions and models, systematic design methodologies, signal and information processing, algorithms, analysis and applications.
21–23 July 2021 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics, INDIN’21
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
IEEE INDIN international conference will provide a forum for presentation and discussion of the state-of-art and future perspectives of industrial information technologies. Industry experts, researchers and academics are gathering together to share ideas and experiences surrounding frontier technologies, breakthroughs, innovative solutions, research results, as well as initiatives related to industrial informatics and their applications.
1–2 September 2021 13th EAI International Conference on Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technologies (EAI BICT 2021)
Consistent with the goal of prior editions, BICT 2021 aims to provide a world-leading and multidisciplinary venue for researchers and practitioners in diverse disciplines that seek the understanding of key principles, processes and mechanisms in biological systems and leverage the understanding to develop novel information and communications technologies (ICT).
BICT 2021 targets three thrusts: (1) indirect bioinspiration (ICT designed after biological principles, processes and mechanisms), (2) direct bioinspiration (ICT utilizing biological materials and systems), and (3) foundational bioinspiration (biology and ICT evolving similar schemes and validity). In addition, BICT 2021 solicits papers addressing prediction, prevention and management issues of Covid-19 pandemics and other infectious diseases through bioinspired approaches.
2–3 September 2021 EAI CICom 2021 - 2nd EAI International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communications
Computational intelligence is a computer science field by which a computer can learn a specific task from data or experimental observation. It addresses complex real-world problems in which mathematical or traditional modelling are not the preferred solution given that (i) the involved computational process might be too complex for mathematical reasoning; (ii) it might contain some uncertainties during the process, or (iii) by nature, the computational process is a randomly determined one (heuristic). EAI International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communications (CICom 2021) provides solutions to various problems of this nature.
Track topics include, but are not limited to:
- Computational Intelligence in Automation, Control, and Intelligent Transportation System
- Computation Intelligence on Big Data, Internet of Things, and Smart Cities
- Computational Intelligence on Wireless Communication Systems and Cyber Security
- Computational Intelligence on Human/Brain-Computer Interfaces, and Image and Pattern Recognition
7–10 September 2021 3rd PCNS Passive Components Networking Symposium
PCNS Passive Components Networking Symposium is a bi-annual international symposium organized by EPCI European Passive Components Institute in co-operation with an European university focusing on all aspects of passive electronic components industry including materials, technologies, new products, end applications etc. The 3rd edition of the PCNS Passive Components Networking Days Symposium is hosted by Department of Chemistry, Materials and Chemical Engineering “Giulio Natta” and Department of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering of Politecnico di Milano. It is intended as a live event with speakers present with streaming options for virtual attendees. 3rd PCNS Conference main Theme is RELIABILITY & SUSTAINABILITY of PASSIVE COMPONENTS. The conference theme will be elaborated in conference Workshop, Hot Topic Panel Discussion, Keynote and papers selection preferences.
13–16 September 2021 The Conference on Networked Systems (NetSys 2021)
The Conference on Networked Systems (NetSys 2021) provides an international forum for engineers and scientists in academia, industry, and government to discuss recent innovations in the realm of networked systems.
This year’s edition will take place in Lübeck in Northern Germany close to the Baltic Sea coast. The Baltic Area has always been very active in networking, and the most famous and economically most important network during medieval ages has been the Hanse – which actually still exists today. Therefore, the motto for this year NetSys is “NetSys meets Hanse”.
NetSys 2021 is co-organized with ITG Zukunft der Netze 2021 and the “Frühjahrstreffen Betriebsysteme” of the Experts Group “Operating Systems” of the Gesellschaft für Informatik.
15–17 September 2021 1st International Conference onDisruptive TechnologiesTech Ethics andArtificial Intelligence (DiTTEt 2021)
The first International Conference on disruptive technologies, tech ethics and artificial intelligence (DiTTEt) aims to bring together leading experts in the field of technology with global experts in the ethics of new technologies.
DiTTEt provides a forum to present and discuss the latest scientific and technical advances and their implications in the field of ethics. Also provide a forum for experts to present their latest research in disruptive technologies, promoting knowledge transfer. It provides a unique opportunity to bring together experts in different fields, academics and professionals to exchange their experience in the development and deployment of disruptive technologies, artificial intelligence, their ethical problems.
DiTTEt intends to bring together researchers and developers from industry, humanities and academia to report on the latest scientific advances and the application of artificial intelligence as well as its ethical implications in fields as diverse as climate change, politics, economy or security in today’s world.
8–10 November 2021 5th Edition of Conference on Cloud and Internet of Things 2021 (CIoT’21)
Brief introduction: CIoT’21 is a conference focusing on the challenges of managing Internet of Things applications while considering the whole end-to-end architecture over the sixth generation of mobile networks (6G) and next-generation data center networking from to cloud to the edge and IoT devices. The next generation of telecommunication networks is expected to support a growing number of smart terminals, such as cell phones, sensors and other connected objects, to provide real-time applications and to provide intelligence and trust embedded in network infrastructure. To meet these requirements, the 6G envisions the use of artificial intelligence, cloud and edge computing. The 6G network will absorb the billions of flows generated by things while considering the requested QoS and the cohabitation of M2M, M2H and H2M flows. Then, the flows will be processed in data centers and applications will exploit the extracted knowledge.
The main objective of CIoT’21 is to address challenges of clouds and IoT systems from the sensors/machines to the end-users attached to the Cloud while considering the 6G network connecting both IoT and Cloud domains.