IEEE Annual Meeting on Monday, December 17 2007
time: 16:00 – 17:30
in Tallinn University of Technology
building 7, room 226
Vello Kukk, Section Chair
Peeter Ellervee, SP/CAS/SSC Joint Chapter Chair
Gert Jervan, C/COM Joint Chapter Chair
Olev Märtens, IM/ED/EMB Joint Chapter Chair
Eiko Kängsep, Treasurer
New for 2008!
Free Microsoft Development Software for Student Members
Computer Society student members will enjoy a terrific new member benefit. Starting in 2008, student members may access free development software from Microsoft—a $3000 value alone—as long as it is used for research or educational purposes. Software includes Vista Business, Visual Studio, Expression Web Designer, and much more.
Visit http://computer.org/students/freesoftware for more details.
CALL FOR PAPERS
This conference aims at students pursuing a Bachelor, Master, or PhD degree.
For submission visit the website: http://ieee.aau.dk/sb/AISPC08/
Electronics and Communication. In the area of:
• Antennas and Propagation
• Wireless Networks & Cellular Systems
• Digital Communications
• RF Integrated Systems and Circuits
• Multimedia Communications
• Localization & Navigation
• Control, Mechanics and Robotics
Energy Technology. In the area of:
• Electric Power Systems
• Power Electronic Systems
• Electrical Machines
• Fluid Power Systems
• Fluid Mechanics and Combustion
• Thermal Energy Systems
Health Science. In the area of:
• Motor Control
• Neural Prosthesis and Rehabilitation Technology
• Pain and Motor Systems
Computer Science. In the area of:
• Database and Programming Technologies
• Machine Intelligence
• Distributed Systems and Semantics
• Information Systems
The objective of this conference is to create a functioning cooperation between the Baltic Region sections which shall result in common activities, such as; joint events, joint chapters and common utilization of IEEE resources.
Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania, Russia North-West, Poland, Germany, Norway, Denmark, Iceland
Web site: http://www.ieee.se/baltic/
The NORCHIP conference is the main microelectronics event of the Nordic countries. The annual IEEE CAS sponsored conference covers all areas of microelectronics, spanning from large digital systems to simple analog circuits. The wide scope of NORCHIP is intentional promoting cross-field collaboration. NORCHIP is a well established conference with representation from both academia and industry. Papers of the highest scientific and technical quality are presented together with selected invited speakers and pre-conference tutorial sessions.