EIT 2004
Engineering 21st Century Electro/Information Technology Systems: Solutions and Challenges
 

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IEEE Region 4
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ELECTRO/INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

August 26-27, 2004
Milwaukee School of Engineering
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
http://www.eit-conference.info

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The EIT Committee is pleased to announce that papers from this years conference will be published and archived within the IEEE-EXPLORE Data Base. Authors, please click here for instructions on preparing your paper for publication.

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Register now and plan your trip to allow time to visit Milwaukee, The Genuine American City!

The IEEE Region 4 Electro/Information Technology Conference provides a forum for researchers to present basic or applied research results in the fields of engineering related to information technology and its applications. Research papers from electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, biomedical engineering, bioinformatics, and medical informatics will be presented in parallel tracks throughout the conference. Conference participants will also be able to register for workshops, tutorials, and professional development seminars. Exhibits of the latest electro/information technology tools and products will be showcased. A keynote panel of leaders from the information technology industries will open the conference and help to guide participants in thinking about the future of information technology engineering.

Researchers are encouraged to submit work for peer review in all information technology research areas. The 2004 conference is organized around six primary tracks:

  • Biomedical systems
  • Communications/networking/signal processing
  • Embedded computer systems
  • Modeling, simulation, and design automation
  • Software engineering
  • Solid-state, power, and consumer electronics

Author Timeline:

  • Papers are no longer be accepted for this conference.
  • Final papers, formatted for submission to IEEE, will be due September 17, 2004.

Please contact the 2004 Conference Chair for more information or to express interest in organizing/chairing sessions, participating as an exhibitor, organizing tutorials, or organizing professional activities sessions.