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International Stability and Technology Conference: SWIIS 2012

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There are dramatic changes in international stability. We can think of the global uncertainty of financial systems, threats of terrorism, environmental threats such as recently witnessed in Japan, the problems of East Africa and so on. What can control systems engineers, automation engineers and other technologists contribute to solving these problems? This major event brought together technologies, applications, methodologies, systems effects and other contributions which will address stability in local and international systems, including political. economic, social, technological and other systems. Visit www.swiis2012.com for more details
When Jun 11, 2012 02:45 PM to
Jun 13, 2012 11:45 PM
Where Waterford, Republic of Ireland
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Attendees 19 countries were represented, including both industry and academia. Almost half of the accepted papers were submitted new researchers, and one-third were from women. The conference was co-sponsored by the Science Foundation of Ireland and the Irish Control Systems Society.
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The International Stability and Systems Engineering 2012 conference topics addressed are complex, multi-disciplinary and profound. The event was therefore broad in its scope and included inter-disciplinary contributions which were relevant, high quality and original work. Papers contributed to an understanding of control and automated systems engineering that can impact upon or influence international stability. Papers of either theoretical or applied nature were included, as were papers dealing with systematic processes and frameworks. See below for more informaiton on topics.

Invited speakers included both industry leaders and senbior academics.

Indicative topics included:

Social Aspects of Technology including socio-technical and human centred systems

Managing the Introduction of Technological Change

Machine Learning

Ethical Aspects of Technological Proliferation

Case Studies

Technology and Environmental Stability

Complex Adaptive Systems

Complexity modelling

Knowledge Management

Globalisation and International Stability

Knowledge Society vs. International Stability

Engineering education

Regional Conflict and Technology

Advanced Medical Control and Automation Technologies

Systems Security and Privacy

International and Public Policy

Control theory applied to regional or global development or conflict

Applications of Social Media (Web 2.0)

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