19th EAEEIE Annual Conference
Spa & Conference Hotel, Tallinn, Estonia
Nov 15, 2007
Call for Papers
The EAEEIE (European Association for Education in Electrical and Information Engineering) is an European non-profit organization, with members from nearly seventy European Universities, most of them teaching in the area of Electrical and Information Engineering (EIE).
The mission of the EAEEIE is to enhance education in EIE through understanding of European education practices, industry participation, continuing education, credit transfer in international exchanges, scientific and educational research, and to determine criteria to establish standards on EIE education.
The 2008 edition of EAEEIE Annual Conference will take place in Tallinn, whose beautiful Old Town with its fascinating medieval architecture and slender church spires is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. EAEEIE 2008 is organized by Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Computer Engineering and technically co-sponsored by IEEE Region 8, IEEE Estonia Section and IEEE Computer Society Estonian Chapter.
objective of the Conference is to bring together lecturers, researchers
and professionals in the field of EIE all over Europe with the aim to
exchange ideas and information and contribute to the development of EIE
education. We cordially invite you to participate and submit your
contribution to EAEEIE 2008, which includes (but is not limited to) the
The Program Committee invites original proposals which contain at least
two pages and at most six pages in standard IEEE two-column format;
full paper submissions are preferred. Electronic submission (using the
submission system) in PDF format is required. Please identify a
contact author with his/her affiliation and e-mail address.
On site, EAEEIE 2008 will deliver informal proceedings of the accepted
contributions. During the closing session of the conference a special
award will be presented to the best paper of EAEEIE 2008. After the
conference the formal proceedings will be produced and made available via IEEE Xplore.
Deadlines and Key