IEEE SoutheastCon 2012 ::: Orlando, FL 3/15-18

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IEEE SoutheastCon 2012 ::: Orlando, FL 3/15-18

Time: March 15, 2012 to March 18, 2012
Location: Wyndham Orlando
City/Town: Orlando
Website or Map: http://www.southeastcon2012.o…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: IEEE
Latest Activity: Feb 18, 2012

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The annual IEEE Region 3 Student and Technical conference, SoutheastCon 2012, will be held at the Wyndham Orlando Resort Hotel and Convention Center, at the heart of Florida’s high-tech corridor, from March 15th to March 18th, 2012. The SoutheastCon conferences attract approximately 500 students and 300 IEEE professionals annually. This year’s conference venue provides 70,000 sq. ft. of convention space, ample room for all of the planned activities, coupled with the amenities of a world-class resort hotel.

Conference activities include:

  • A technical conference portion comprised of workshops, tutorial sessions, technical paper sessions, poster sessions, and technical exhibits.  The topics include the broad discipline of technologies associated with Electrical and Computer Engineering. 
  • A student conference portion, which attracts the brightest ECE students and university faculty from across the Southeast USA.  Specific activities include: 
    • Robotic hardware and software competitions; 
    • Professional development workshops on Friday and Saturday.  Several companies and practicing engineers will talk about various technologies, business practices, and experiences of nascent engineers; 
    • A career fair aimed solely at undergraduate and graduate students in technology.

The submission and review of technical papers for IEEE SoutheastCon 2012 will be handled by the conference's paper submission and review system, accessible from the IEEE SoutheastCon 2012 website. The submitted papers must contain original work and not have been previously published or presented elsewhere. All full-length reviewed papers accepted for IEEE SoutheastCon 2012 will be published in the IEEE SoutheastCon 2012 proceedings on CD and IEEE Xplore. Hardcopy conference proceedings can be ordered for additional fee. At least one author must pre-register for the conference, paying the full registration fee, in order to have their paper included on CD and IEEE Xplore. During the acceptance process, the corresponding author will identify the presenter of the paper. A total of 6 double-column printed pages are allowed for each full-length reviewed paper. A page charge of $100.00 will be applied for each extra page (up to 2 pages for full-length reviewed papers) exceeding the 6-page limit (8 pages maximum). An author can submit multiple papers. All submissions must comply with International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulations, and IEEE policies.

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