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The Wonders of Technology
May 4-7, 2008
Explore the wonders of technology with some of the spectacular wonders of the world.
Welcoming Message from the Chair
On behalf of the organizing committee I am most delighted to
welcome and invite you to the 21st episode of the
IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE) held
in the Sheraton Fallsview Hotel in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
The venue, the city of Niagara Falls with more than 15 million visitors annually
is abundant of activities that is bound to entertain people of all ages and walks of
Niagara Falls is located 125 kilometres southeast of Toronto City and 27 kilometres
north of Buffalo City, New York. Niagara Falls often said to be the honeymoon capital of the
world, features most popular falls that are spectacular wonders of the world and provide
CCECE is the flagship conference for researchers, students, and practicing engineers
in the area of Electrical and Computer Engineering from Canada and around the world to meet
annually for 4 days in a Canadian city to present the latest technological
advancements and discoveries, to network, and exchange ideas, to strengthen existing partnerships
and foster new collaborations.
CCECE 2008 with the theme "Wonders of Technology" will feature seven mini-symposia
covering all areas of Electrical and Computer Engineering, eight tutorial sessions in leading
topics, six plenary and keynote talks from senior executives and
leading researchers/enterperneurs in industry and academia, around 90 technical
paper sessions, the IEEE Canada Awards and Banquet night, best paper awards luncheon, and career fair.
There are many initiatives in this conference and they include full paper submission
and elaborate technical review; technical focus in the form of symposia; and career fair
on the students' day of the conference.
The success of CCECE 2008 is solely attributed to wonderful team effort combined by
outstanding technical contributions by the attendees. I would like to take this
opportunity to extend sincere thank you to every single member of the CCECE 2008 Organizing Committee for
their dedication and help. These selfless volunteers have worked hard and diligentlty with
one goal in mind: to make CCECE 2008 a very memorable value-added conference. Enjoy the
conference program and the attractions in Niagara!
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Updates (as of April 15th, 2008):
The technical program at a quick glance, some photos from our last committee meeting, information about the keynote speeches and plenaries is now available. Please check the links in the main navigation bar, and on the side bar for more details.
Also, please note that all of the presentations for CCECE 2008 this year are oral presentations. There are no poster presentations for this year.
Updates (as of March 31st, 2008):
The preliminary technical program schedule has been posted. Refer to the main navigation
bar for more details.
Updates (as of March 1st, 2008):
The paper kit for CCECE has been updated. Authors are now asked to include the following copyright
notice on the bottom left hand side of the first page of their final camera ready paper.
978-1-4244-1643-1/08/$25 © 2008 IEEE
Both Microsoft Word and LaTeX templates have been updated to produce this. Please see the Paper Kit
for more details.
Updates (as of February 18th, 2008):
Paper decisions have been emailed to the authors. Tutorials are posted on the website and hotel reservations are open. Also, the registration link is now online.
Updates (as of February 9th, 2008):
Information regarding sponorship opportunities is now online. Please go to the
Sponsors link in the main navigation bar for more details.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR AUTHORS - All acceptances will be based on a
peer review of the complete paper.
Sponsored by IEEE Canada
and the Sections of Central