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CCECE 2004
IEEE Canada
18 Robinhood Drive
Dundas, ON L9H 4G1

Phone: (905) 628 - 9554
Fax: (905) 628 - 9554

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Technology Driving Innovation May 2-5, 2004
Sheraton Fallsview
Niagara Falls
Ontario, Canada

Conference Program

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Pre-conference IEEE Canada Board of Directors Meeting (April 30 - May 2) and dedication of DeCew Falls as an IEEE Engineering Milestone. For more information, please visit the IEEE Hamilton Section web site and their milestone page.

The registration desk will be open as follows: Sun 17:00-20:00, Mon & Tue 07:00-16:00, Wed 07:00-11:00 - Oakes Foyer.

Opening Reception: - sponsored by Dofasco
- Sunday, May 2, 19.00-22:00 - Oakes (North) Ballroom

Technical Program:
- Complete program - revised (as in post conference record) *
- Index of papers by author - revised (as in post conference record) *

- Technical Program Chair's overview
- Sunday, May 2, Workshops - details
- Monday, May 3, Oral Paper Presentations, Plenary, Breakfast & Luncheon Events
- Tuesday, May 4, Oral Paper Presentations, Plenary, Breakfast & Luncheon Events
- Wednesday, May 5, Oral and Poster Paper Presentations, Breakfast & Luncheon
- Authors Screening Room - Executive Boardroom (3rd floor)
  Sun 15:00-20:00, Mon, Tue 07:00-16:00;   Wed 07:00-11:00
  (may be in MicMac on Wednesday - please check at the hotel)
- Authors who are presenting that day are required to attend and meet with their session chairs at breakfast (morning sessions) and lunch (afternoon sessions) tables identified by their session number
- Information for session chairs

A highlight of the conference is the three special sessions which were selected to address important issues in emerging and active areas of research - these are on Monday afternoon (MA10), Tuesday morning (TM5), and Tuesday afternoon (TA10) - please view the pages describing the Monday and Tuesday sessions for more information.

- are provided on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in the Oakes Ballroom
- costs are included in the registration fee
- check start times in the daily technical program

Conference and Awards Banquet:
- Monday, May 3 18.30-21.00 Oakes Ballroom - details

Internet Access:
- Internet access (wired and wireless) will be available during this conference for attendees in the Oakes Foyer (but not in session rooms)

- Monday 09:00 - 16:40, Tuesday 09:00 - 16:40, Wednesday 09:00 - 13:00 Oakes Foyer
+ Bay Area Science and Engineering Fair award winning projects - details

Hotel Floor Plans:
  main floor ,   second floor ,   third floor

Partner Program:
The Niagara area is a fantastic tourist location - the falls, historic power generation, the seaway, wineries, casinos, and much, much more - details

Student Activities:
A paper competetion, a special luncheon in your honor with a distinguished speaker and awards, an opportunity for publication in the Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and an environment where you can meet fellow students, faculty, industry and government leaders - details, and no extra charges.

The conference concludes at 15:30 on Wednesday.

Sponsored by IEEE Canada and the Sections of Central Canada Council
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