The 2nd IEEE International Conference on Computer, Control & Communication (IEEE-IC4 2009) ((IEEE-IC4 2009))
|Event Date/Time: Feb 17, 2009||End Date/Time: Feb 18, 2009|
|Registration Date: Dec 31, 2008|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 15, 2008|
|Abstract Submission Date: Sep 15, 2008|
|Paper Submission Date: Nov 10, 2008|
The Conference is scheduled for February 17 & 18, 2009 at Karachi which is the largest city of Pakistan situated in the south. Karachi is a city of multifarious activities, ranging from business and industry to education and government offices. Many a multinational companies have their offices in this area.
The theme of the Conference is encouragement of upcoming generation into the field of research and indigenous development. The conference will be able to provide a platform for researches, academicians, engineers and end-users of research to share their thoughts and present ideas for future development. Moreover the conference will result in the formation of linkages and partnerships for future endeavors.
Selected papers from the IEEE-IC4 2009 will be published in relevant Journals of International Science and Technology Press (IST-press). For more details please see the CALL FOR PAPERS
The Proceedings of IEEE-IC4 2009, will be included in IEEE Xplore.
The Program Committee is soliciting proposals for invited sessions focusing on topics of the IEEE-IC4 2009. Prospective organisers should submit proposals to the Program Committee Chair by October 01, 2008. Invited sessions are to provide a forum for focused discussions on new topics, or innovative applications of established approaches
PNEC is a constituent college of NUST, one of the leading and well-recognized universities of Pakistan, excelling in various fields of academia and research. The history of PNEC as an engineering college dates back to more than 40 years, and since then it has come a long way. Presently, it offers undergraduate programs for Electrical, Electronic and Mechanical Engineering, and postgraduate specializations in the areas of Communications, Signal Processing and Control Systems. For more information, please visit the websites of PNEC and NUST