The annual IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE) usually takes three and a half days, with Sunday afternoon dedicated to workshops and tutorials.
The conference received hundreds of technical papers from authors from Canada and many other countries. All the papers are reviewed by an group of international reviewers. The accepted papers must be registered to be presented at the conference. Such papers are also published in the IEEE CCECE Proceedings as a two multi-volume printed set, and a single CD-ROM.
The conference has several parallel streams of Oral Sessions from Monday to Wednesday. The streams are arranged according to the main topics of the conference:
- Power Systems;
- Comupters and Computing;
- Signal Processing; and
- Computer Networks and Communications
Each paper at the Oral Session has a time slot of 20 minutes, including questions and answers.
The remaining papers are presented at longer Poster Sessions. Each paper at the Poster Session has a time slot of two hours (i.e., the duration of the Poster Session).