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2nd Medway Engineering Conference on Systems
Tue 6 June 2017, 09:30 – 16:30 BST
The rationale underlying this year’s conference after a very successful inaugural conference in June 2016 is to promote communication and show-case both research and advanced pedagogy being conducted within Engineering, Science and Applied Management. Especially, there will be focus upon promoting work from authors who have previously been less well publicised, however all are welcome to participate.
The focus will be on SYSTEMS, especially their development, modelling and optimisation, with regard to both theoretical methods and practical experience. Systems extend widely throughout all the engineering disciplines we engage with; the understanding of systems provides a common point of interest for virtually all our research and teaching work.
The Conference theme includes links between Research, Teaching, Industry and Commerce around the broad issue of sustainability; not just in energy and resources, but also in systems for training for personnel succession, organisation of manufacturing and business enterprises, business growth and skills profiles and any other related matters. Papers on the flow of research into pedagogical practices, and maximisation of the impact on industry, are also part of the theme.
More specifically but not exclusively, papers are expected from the following areas:
Applied Mathematical Modelling in various Engineering disciplines
- Big Data, Data Science & Machine Learning
- Materials Science & Bulk Handling
- Robotics & Nanotechnology
- Financial Engineering
- Applied Engineering Management
The following abstract submissions have been made. As more arrive and submissions are peer reviewed, confirmed papers and posters will shown:
- Reviewing the Current State of Machine Learning for Artificial Intelligence with regards to the use of Contextual Information.
- Machine Learning for Voice Recognition
- Chemical Engineering in the UK – A new paradigm
- Coconut Fibre as an Alternative Growth Compound for Living Green Walls
- Enhancing the student learning experience in Chemical Engineering by employing a virtual laboratory
- A new interpretation of the shear stress normal stress diagram of yield loci and stationary yield locus
- The effect of change in evolution parameters on evolutionary robots.