Topics related to include Sustainability, Medical, Cybercrime, Gamification, Programming, AI, the Digital Divide, and Education.
Keynote speakers including Dr Joseph Kasser, presenting from Australia, and Dr. Ratko Knezevic presenting from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Timetable will be published nearer the time.
The 28th Annual INSPIRE Conference, will be for the third time an e-conference, to encourage entries from UK and overseas, from academics, researchers, post-graduate students and those from industry, again with no conference fee for authors or attendees. This is organised by the BCS e-learning Specialist Group, in association with the CPG of the Institute of Physics.
A 1 or 2 page abstract (max of 6 references), with a brief bio, to be submitted in advance, reviewed by at 3 reviewers, for both traditional INSPIRE papers and also Case Studies papers from academia and from Industry. Please send the Abstracts with mini bios asap, to Margaret.email@example.com with BCS INSPIRE 2023 please in the Subject line.
Full papers, again for review, by the end of April 2023, to Margaret.firstname.lastname@example.org with BCS INSPIRE 2023 please in the Subject line.
Keynotes include Joseph Kasser, a recipient of NASA’s Manned Space Flight Awareness Award (Silver Snoopy) for performing and directing systems engineering, in addition to other awards; he is the author of seven books and will be presenting from Australia. Ratko Knezevic, of the University of Bihac, will be presenting from Bosnia and Herzegovina
Presented accepted reviewed paper, relating to using IT to teach or raise awareness any subject - sessions including Sustainability, Medical issues, Cybercrime Forensics and Security, Gamification and animations, Programming, AI, Education (from primary to postgraduate), addressing the Digital Divide and possible short and long term changes to the wider public since COVID in various countries.
A single registration will cover the 3 days of the Conference.
The conference will be spread mainly over 2 days, Tuesday 20 and Wednesday 21 June, starting at 9.30am (London time), with suitable breaks, finishing by 4.30pm, with additional panels and short Workshops mainly on the third day, Thursday 22 June 2023.
It is planned to hold again a remote free evening conference dinner for authors and attendees on Wednesday 21 June, using breakout rooms, from 6pm to 7.30pm, but you must provide your own two course meal and refreshments !! – separate registration for this free conference dinner required.
After the e-conference, the accepted papers, which had been presented at the conference, will be published, with ISBN as an e-proceedings, at no cost to authors, and will be freely available online.
About the speakers
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