IEEE Asia-Pacific Conference on Circuits and Systems 2008 will be Organized in Macao

The ninth biennial IEEE Asia Pacific Conference on Circuits and Systems 2008 (APCCAS 2008) will be held in Macao from 30 November to 3 December next week. The conference is jointly organized by the IEEE Circuits and Systems (CAS) Society, the IEEE Macau Section, the IEEE Macau Joint-Chapter on CAS/COM and the University of Macau. Besides these institutions, the conference had also the collaboration and financial support of the Macao Foundation, the Macau Science and Technology Fund, as well as Chipidea / MIPS Technologies ABG (Macau). It will be held at the Venetian Macau-Resort-Hotel, Macao, China.

The APCCAS is a major international forum established by the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society, in its Region 10 usually referred as the Asia-Pacific Region, for scholars, scientists, educators, students and engineers to exchange their latest findings in Circuits and Systems (CaS). It would be the largest IEEE (the world’s leading professional association for the advancement of technology) conference ever organized in Macao. It had 701 paper submissions, from which were carefully selected 472 for final presentation at the conference, from 30 countries around the world, that were revised by an international team of 479 technical reviewers.

Subject to the theme of Intelligent and Sensible Circuits and Systems, APCCAS 2008 faces the constantly increasing and challenging requirements associated with this knowledge area at the heart of the fast global technological development. Circuits and Systems are omnipresent in every aspect of human life and their ever increasing intelligence and sensibility will continue to foster humankind aspirations of surviving in a comfortable and sustainable world in the future. This is clearly demonstrated by the existence in the conference programme of 80 lecture sessions, 22 posters sessions, as well as 20 special sessions that cover a wide range of topics, including among others: CaS for Communications, Biomedical CaS, Cellular Neural Networks, Life-Science Systems and Applications, Multimedia Systems and Applications, Nanoelectronics and Gigascale Systems, Sensor and MEMS Systems, Visual Signal Processing and Communications, Power Quality, and Human Machine Interaction Intelligent System.

Publicado em 2008-11-27 17:12