Conferences Nov 2010 - Jan 2011

Upcoming IEEE conferences cover circuits, sensors, robotics, and more

8 September 2010
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Featured Conference

IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits, and Systems

Athens
12–15 December

Covers design methods, techniques, and experimental results in emerging electronics, circuits, and systems, including analog and digital electronics, solid-state, power, high-speed, automotive and biomedical technologies, and digital signal processing. Also on the agenda are high-frequency electronics, industrial automation, antennas and propagation, image processing, telecommunications, and multimedia.

SPONSORS: IEEE Circuits and Systems Society and the University of Patras, Greece.

VISIT: http://www.icecs2010.org

 

IEEE Sensors Conference

Waikoloa, Hawaii
1–4 November

With a focus on research and development, the conference covers sensor modeling and evaluation, chemical and gas sensors, biosensors, optical sensors, mechanical and physical sensors, sensor/actuator systems, networks, and applications.

SPONSOR: IEEE Sensors Council

VISIT: http://www.ieee-sensors2010.org

 

IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference

Paphos, Cyprus
3–5 November

This year’s theme is smart hybrid biosystems. Topics include bio­inspired systems; imaging technologies and image processing; biosensor devices and interfaces; electronics for brain science; implantable electronics; medical information systems; and wireless technology for medicine, biology, and the life sciences.

SPONSORS: IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Circuits and Systems Society, and the University of Cyprus, Nicosia.

VISIT: http://www.biocas2010.org

 

IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics

Tianjin, China
14–18 December

This year’s theme is robotics and biomimetics for human science and engineering. Topics include the merging of robotics and biomimetics, particularly biologically inspired robots meant to improve the quality of life. Papers addressing sensor networks and virtual reality are also anticipated.

SPONSORS: IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, Hebei University of Technology.

VISIT: http://www.robio.org

 

IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium

Phoenix
16–20 January

Sessions highlight the use of silicon in modern wireless systems, RF power amplifiers, biomedical wireless technologies, and sensing systems. Topics include passive antennas, propagation channel modeling, transceivers and front-end technologies, signal processing, smart antennas, software-defined radios and cognitive radios, system architecture and modeling, and passive components and packaging.

SPONSOR: IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society

VISIT: http://www.rawcon.org

 

IEEE International Conference on Microelectromechanical Systems

Cancún, Mexico
23–27 January

The conference addresses design, simulation, and analysis tools with experimental verification; fabrication technologies and processes; and electro­mechanical integration techniques. Opto­mechanical microsystems and nano-­electromechanical systems are also on the agenda.

SPONSOR: IEEE Robotics and Automation Society

VISIT: http://www.ieee-mems2011.org

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