Second International Joint Conferences on Computer, Information and Systems Sciences, and Engineering - online, 4-14 December

October 27, 2006

Brussels, 26 October 2006

The second International Joint Conferences on Computer, Information, and Systems Sciences, and Engineering (CISSE) will be held online from 4-14 December 2006.

CISSE 2006 is composed of the following four conferences:
- International Conference on Industrial Electronics, Technology & Automation (IETA 06)
- International Conference on Telecommunications and Networking (TeNe 06)
- International Conference on Systems, Computing Sciences and Software Engineering (SCS2 06)
- International Conference on Engineering Education, Instructional Technology, Assessment, and E-learning (EIAE 06)

CISSE 2006 provides a virtual forum for presentations and discussions of state-of the-art research on computers, information and systems sciences and engineering. CISSE 2005 was the first research conference in the world to be completely conducted online in real-time via the internet.

Conference participants need an internet connection and sound available on their computers in order to be able to contribute and participate in this conference. The online structure of this event will allow academic professionals and industry participants to contribute work and attend world-class technical presentations based on rigorously refereed submissions, live, without the need for investing significant travel funds or time out of the office.

For more information, please visit:
http:///www.cisse2006.org/

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