Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Developments in e-Systems Engineering 2011 Dubia
It is my pleasure to invite you, on behalf of the DESE11 Conference Organization Committee, to Contribute to the fourth annual conference on Developments in eSystems Engineering (DeSE'11) to be held in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from 14th to 16th December 2009.
In addition, there will be the possibility to participate online, a practical and inexpensive way to contribute, if you cannot make in person it to Abu Dhabi in December 2011.
Currently a high level of interest is being generated through the development of a wide and varied range of eSystems. There are many high profile projects, all around the world, seeking to transfer many services and facilities into state-of-the-art electronic technologies. DeSE'09 will cover a mix of topics aimed to address current research issues in the design, engineering and adoption of eSystems.
The registration fee has been kept at minimum to encourage participation; even if you cannot make it to UAE you can still get it published, and present the paper online (in fact this particular option only cost $100)
please see refer to this link for details http://cmsdlserver.cms.livjm.ac.uk/dese/dese09/default.aspx?id=58&fkPageID=58&Parent=
The conference comprises an exciting spectrum of highly stimulating symposia, which include but not limited to:
. e-Learning (Technology Enhanced Learning)
. e-Systems and AI
. e-Business and Management
. e-Government systems, Autonomic Computing
. e-Health and e-Medicine
. e-Science and Technology
. e-Entertainment and Creative Technologies
. e-Security and e-Forensics
. e-Built Environment
. e-Systems Engineering, Design, Modelling and Simulation
Please submit full papers describing original research on any aspect of eSystem Engineering, Modelling and Applications, to be presented at this three day conference in Abu Dhabi.
Authors will have their submissions reviewed by international experts and accepted papers will be published in the IEEE for worldwide presence. The event provides authors with an outstanding opportunity for networking and presenting their work at an international conference. The location offers an especially attractive opportunity for professional discussion, socialising and sightseeing.
All papers must be in English and the length should not exceed 6 pages for standard papers or 10 pages for long papers of A4 size and should conform to the IEEE Format. Accepted papers will have to be presented in the conference by at least one of the authors.
Papers conforming to required specifications should be submitted through EDAS Conference Management System.
Important dates are as follows:
. Submission of papers June 15, 2011
. Notification of acceptance July 18, 2011
. Submission of camera-ready papers August 8, 2011
. Author online registration August 15, 2011
More information about the DESE09 conference can be found at www.dese.org.uk by following the DESE09 link (we intend for the conference website to be more complete with uptodate information in the next few days)
Please feel free to forward any question or queries to me directly and hope to hear from you soon
Atulya K. Nagar,
DeSE'09 Conference and TPC Chair.----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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