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IEEE Estonia Section is locally supporting IEEE activities mostly through the organization of professional meetings, invited lectures, workshops and other events.

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Sherif Sakr, Big Data Science as a Service, Tallinn, 24.10.2017 10.00

Teisipäeval 24.10.2017 kell 10.00 esineb Tallinna Tehnikaülikooli ruumis ICT-507 professor Sherif Sakr loenguga “Big Data Science as a Service”.
Tuesday October 24th 2017 at 10.00 in TUT room ICT-507, Prof Sherif Sakr will give a presentation on Big Data Science as a Service.
Address: Akadeemia tee 15a, 12618, Tallinn (5th floor, rear stairs).
Everybody is welcome to participate! See below for more info on the speaker and talk.

Estonia Section Summer Seminar 2017

IEEE Estonian Section Seminar will be held as always on August 19-20 and this year in Tartu.
You can make your registration on http://isc.ttu.ee/ws.htm
Program is under compilation and proposals are welcome. The seminar is free for members (including hotel, limited for 30 persons).
Further details can be found on the web page, information will be modified continuously.

Prof Weiler Finamore, On Modeling PLC Noise. TUT 29.05.2017 16:30

IEEE Eesti kutsub osalema IEEE külalislektori Prof. Weiler Finamore avalikul loengul sidekanali mürade modelleerimisest „On Modeling PLC Noise“ esmaspäeval, 29. mail kell 16:30 TTÜ IT majas ruumis ICT-A1 (Akadeemia tee 15A; II korrus, tagumine trepikoda).
Loengu ingliskeelne kokkuvõte ja esineja lühibiograafia leiate allpool, kutsume osalema! Üliõpilased on samuti oodatud.
Lisaks powerline/PLC kasutajatele peaks loeng huvi pakkuma ka raadio- ja akustilise sidega tegelejatele.
You are invited to an open IEEE lecture of Prof. Weiler Finamore on communications channel modeling, titled „On Modeling PLC Noise“. The lecture will be held at TTU IT building room ICT-A1 (Akadeemia tee 15A, II floor, rear stairs) on Monday May 29th at 16:30.
An english abstract and short bio is shown below, please participate! Anybody, including students is welcome.
Besides PLC technology users the lecture should be relevant to radio and acoustic communication system researchers.

DoS in VANETs: an issue or a fatality? Tallinn, 21.04.2016

Friday, April 21st 10:00 – 11:30, Tallinn University of Technology room U02-409.
IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Lecturer Jalel Ben-Othman (Professor at University of Paris 13).
Wireless and mobile networks have many advantages as easy deployment, user mobility and providing network access to users regardless to their locations. The most critical problems that arise in these networks are on the resource allocations as the bandwidth is limited, the propagation (multi-path, fading, distortion) and security since communications are transmitted over radio waves. In parallel new architectures/technologies have been emerging as Vehicular Networks and Internet of Things.
In this lecture, Prof Ben-Othman will present issues about availability problems in those networks and architecture, He will focus on Vehicular Networks, and he will present some works we have done and other works to improve security in those systems.
Prof. Ben-Othman received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees both in Computer Science from the University of  Pierre et Marie Curie, (Paris 6) France in 1992, and 1994 respectively. He received his PhD degree from the University of Versailles, France, in 1998.

SampTA 2017




SampTA 2017 is the 12th biennial International Conference on Sampling Theory and Applications. SampTA conferences bring together mathematicians and engineers interested in sampling theory and its applications to related fields (such as signal and image processing, coding theory, control theory, complex analysis, harmonic analysis, differential equations, inverse problems) to exchange recent advances and to discuss open problems.
Call for Papers (PDF)
Important dates:
January 1: Registration opens
February 15: Paper submission ends
March 31: Paper acceptance confirmation
May 1: Final manuscripts due
May 1: Regular registration closes
May 20: Program finalized
This meeting is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Signal Processing Society