The first IEEE International Symposium on Ethics in Science, Technology and Engineering, IEEE Ethics’2014.
FocusThe focus of the Symposium is: “Ethics AND…”
Ethics isn’t practiced in a vacuum. At this symposium, we want to put ethics into different perspectives, put ethics to work in different contexts, and look at ethics from different vantage points. To that end, each of our tracks is labeled ‘Ethics and… X.’ We hope that you will find several of these X’s particularly interesting.
Prospective authors are invited to submit original, unpublished papers on their latest research results covering all aspects of Ethics in Science, Technology and Engineering.
We also solicit proposals for special paper sessions, panels, workshops and tutorials. Workshops and tutorials provide fundamental exposure to topics ranging from introductory through intermediate to advanced levels. They will be presented in two-to-three hour in-depth sessions at the Symposium.
Join us in the vibrant city of Chicago, IL, where you can combine “business with pleasure,” share your insight, ask questions and learn from the experts/innovators at the IEEE Ethics 2014 Symposium. Your published paper will be seen by thousands in the professional community and across the wide array of disciplines. In addition, all papers presented at IEEE Ethics 2014 Symposium will be submitted to IEEEXplore with unlimited exposure.
We invite you to take this opportunity to share your research – theoretical, practical and case studies.
Date: Friday-Saturday, 23-24 May, 2014
Venue: Chicago Marriott O’Hare, Chicago, IL, USA
Topics of Interest
1. Ethics and Conflicts of Interest
2. Ethics and Whistleblowing
3. Ethics and the Idea of the Public (Does the Public end at the boundary of one’s nation?)
4. Ethics and Ethical Responsibility
5. Ethics and Professions in Science (e.g. Can science be a profession?)
6. Ethics and Biomedical Engineering (e.g., Can engineers have patients?)
Ethics in Science, Technology and Engineering Disciplines
7. Ethics and Professional Responsibility in Science, Technology and Engineering
8. Ethics and Emerging Technologies (biotechnology, nanotechnology, cognitive science, and robotics)
9. Ethics and Risk Management & Risk Communication
10. Ethics and Information & Communication Technology
11. Ethics and Computing and Software Engineering
12. Ethics and Energy Systems
13. Ethics and Biometrics
Ethics, Morality, Law and Culture
14. Ethics and Law & Regulation
15. Ethics and Technology Policy
16. Ethics and a World of Diverse Cultures
17. Ethics and the Culture of Science and Engineering
18. Ethics and Professional Societies (including Codes of Ethics)
19. Ethics and Compliance in Corporations
20. Ethics and Intellectual Property
Ethics, Society and Environment
21. Ethics and Social Issues (gender & ethnic diversity, peace studies, social justice, humanitarian engineering)
22. Ethics and Public Safety, Health and Welfare
23. Ethics and its Practice: ethics of a community versus individual ethics
24. Ethics and Environmental Concerns
25. Ethics and Sustainable Development
Ethics and Education
26. Ethics and Accreditation/Certification
27. Ethics and Young Researchers
28. Ethics and Education for Engineers and Scientists