International symposium on electrical, electronic and computer engineering

December 10, 2003

Brussels, 09 Dec 2003

The second international symposium on electrical, electronic and computer engineering will take place from 11 to 13 March 2004 in Nicosia, Cyprus.

The symposium will provide an opportunity for academics, researchers and professionals to present recent developments in the electrical, electronic and computer engineering fields and provide a form for discussions and exchange of experience. It is hoped that the symposium will guide future research and development in these fields and accelerate efforts to develop new techniques and approaches.

Specific topics for discussion will include:
- communication systems;
- cryptography and network security;
- power generation, transmission and distribution;
- automation and controls.

There will be also exhibition displaying new technological products in each of the three fields of engineering.

For further information, please consult the following web address:
http://neu-cee2004.neu.edu.tr/

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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