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General Conference Chair
Roy Billinton, U of S

Technical Program Chairs

Safa Kasap, U of S
Kunio Takaya, U of S

Rama Gokaraju, U of S
Raman Paranjape, University of Regina

(Assoc. Chair)

General Secretary
Denard Lynch, U of S

Treasurer and Chair of Sponsorship Committee
David Dodds, U of S

Publicity and Partner Programs Chair

Hugh Wood

VCom Inc.

Facilities & Accommodations Chair
Dave Milne
TRLabs, Saskatoon

Student Activities Chair
 Ron Bolton
 Rama Gokaraju
U of S

Special Sessions Chair
Andrew Kostiuk
TRLabs, Saskatoon
 Luigi Benedicenti
University of Regina

IEEE Canada President
Bill Kennedy

Western Canada Council

Dave Kemp

Conference Advisory
Vijay Bhargava

Conference Secretariat
CCECE 2005
Department of Electrical  Engineering
57 Campus Drive
Saskatoon, SK
S7N 5A9

Phone: (306) 966-5473

Fax: (306) 966-5407


Denard Lynch, U of S
Bob Alden

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Shining Light on Our Future May 1-4, 2005
Saskatoon Inn
Saskatchewan, Canada

18th Annual Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering
May 1-4, 2005, Saskatoon Inn
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada

2005 Author's Information

The following author's guide is provided to ensure that your complete paper meets the required standards for presentation AND publication at the Conference.

Paper Publication: Papers accepted for publication at the Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering 2005, will be published in the Conference proceedings (ISBN: 0-7803-8885-2) and will be available worldwide from the IEEE through IEEE Xplore.

Paper Presentation Style:
Once final papers are recieved, the Technical Program Committee will finalize the program and assign your paper to either an oral presentation session or a poster presentation session.  This applies to all papers submitted, including those entered in the Student Paper Competition.  Once these assignments have been made, please prepare the appropriate style of presentation.  Guidelines for preparation of your presentation are found below.
Note: Every effort will be made to assign your paper as requestted in your submission application.  However, the Program Committee may have to make alternate assignments to best suit the available schedules and faciilites.

Student Paper Competition: Eligible papers entered for the Student Paper Competition will be integrated in the regular Conference sessions.  Judging of the Student papers will be done seperately. Other relevant details will be announced once the Technical Program is finalized.
Note: To be eligible, the first author listed on the paper must be a student. (To qualify as a student for registration purposes, the author must be registered full-time in a degree program in a University/College. IEEE membership is not a pre-requisite, but is encouraged.)

Full Paper Submission: Submit your full paper in the conforming PDF format by replacing your uploaded abstract on the EDAS Submission system with your full paper by February 28th.  Log into the EDAS system using your EDAS user name and password.  Look for your CCECE05 submission row showing your paper number in the left most column.  Click on the upload/update icon (), and you will be prompted for a new file location (Browse...).  After selecting your updated PDF file, click the Upload button.

Remember, your paper must be checked for IEEE Xplore compatible PDF format (see the Author's Guide for the link and instructions).

For publication in the proceedings, the Conference Committee must have received, by the deadline of Monday, February 28, 2005,
      (a) the paper in the specified format,
      (b) the signed copyright form, available locally in PDF or MS Word form
      (c) the full registration fee.

The copyright form should be completed and mailed to:

CCECE05 Conference Secretariat
Department of Electrical Engineering
57 Campus Drive
Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N 5A9
The registration form should be submitted along with the appropriate fees as directed on the Registration Page.

Detailed instructions for preparing and checking full papers are provided in the Author's Guide below:
Author's Guide

Prepare your lecture presentation or poster presentation assigned by the technical program Chair according to the guidelines provided below.
Lecture Presentation - Preparation Guide
Oral presentations may be made using audio-visual aids. Computers with data projectors and screens will be available in each presentation room. Electronic presentations should be prepared in Microsoft Power Point format and stored on an ISO 9660 Compact Disc (CD). Facilities with a computer and data projector may be available on the Conference site for testing your electronic presentation compatibility prior to your assigned Session. Overhead Projectors (for use with film transparencies) may be available if requested in advance.
Poster Presentation -- Preparation Guide

Poster presentations will be assigned a 120cm X 180cm vertical space for you to display you presentation. (Thumb tacks will also be available for mounting.) You will be informed of the time and location of your Poster Session prior to the Conference.

Sponsored by IEEE Canada and  the Saskatchewan Sections of Western Canada Council
This page last updated: March 16, 2005.