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10th International Congress on Mathematical Education – ICME 10 2004Copenhagen, Denmark. 4-11 July
For further information visit the Web site: www.ICME-10.dk
APMOD 2004 – Applied Mathematical Programme and ModellingCARISMA, Brunel University, London, UK. 20-23 June 2004
For further information visit the Web site at: www.ima.org.uk
IMA Conference Officer: Tel: (01702)356104; Fax: (01702) 354111; E-mail: email@example.com
ISCE 2004 – 8th IEEE Symposium on Consumer ElectronicsReading, UK. 1-3 September 2004
ISCE promises to bring together top professionals from industry and academia. Provides a forum for researchers system developers to share experiences of the emerging technology.
ICCC 2004 – IEEE International Conference on Computational CyberneticsVienna University of Technology, Austria. 30 August-1 September 2004
The synergetic integration of Cybernetics and Computational Intelligence techniques is the meaning given to Computational Cybernetics. ICCC 2004 covers not only mechanical but also biological social and mechanical systems.
For further details visit the Web site: www.vmars.tuwien.ac.at/iccc04
Call for papers have been made, for the latest information visit the Web site: http://pespmcl.vub.ac.be/HEYL.html
OOPSALA 2004 – ACM SIGPLAN/SIGSOFTConference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems. Languages and ApplicationsVancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 24-28 October 2004
Co-located conferences: Generative Programming and Component Engineering (GPCE 2004): International Symposium on Memory Management (ISMM 2004).
IEEE – United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland (Contact: www.ieee.org.uk)3rd Workshop on Intelligent Cybernetic Systems – ICS 2004University of Ulster at Magee, Londonderry, Northern Ireland. 7-8 September 2004
Theme: Cybernetics and ConsciousnessTopic areas: Experimental, theoretical contributions in all areas of experimental, theoretical and application-oriented aspects of cybernetics, especially cybernetic intelligence.Programme Committee: The programme committee is endeavouring to solicit high quality papers containing original contributions in the listed topic areas.Call for papers: The call was made for an abstract date of 20 April 2004 but contact the organizers for details.
Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) announceGrace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference – 2004Chicago, Illinois, USA. 6-9 October 2004
The 5th Grace Hopper Celebration will feature presenters from the industrial, academic and government communities. The event is billed as the largest gathering of women in computing and the theme for the conference is:
Making History.it celebrates the impact of women – past present, and future – on computing.
Keynote and technical speakers have been invited; panels, workshops, forums amongst many other activities will be held. Submissions were called for earlier this year but contact the Web site: www.gracehopper.org/cfp.html