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International IEEE-Siberian Conference on Control and Communications (SIBCON), April 20–21, Tomsk, Russia

Report for the EMC-S Newsletter (Summer 2007)

International IEEE-Siberian Conference on Control and Communications (SIBCON), April 20–21, Tomsk, RussiaOleg Stukach, Chapter Chair, reports that the seventh Siberian Conference on Control and Communications (SIBCON 2007) was held by the Tomsk Joint EMC Chapter, in Tomsk. The event was also organized by the Siberia Section, co-sponsored by ED-S, MTT-S, ComSoc, and sponsored by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research. Topics included "Simulation and Modeling in Control and Information Processing," the "Basic Problems of Communication and Control Theory," and "Digital Video and Image Processing." There was also a special session on "Materials for Electron Devices and X-Ray Detectors." The program consisted of the paper presentations and discussions while a social program included a site-seeing tour, banquet and bowling. Once again, the conference has shown that a narrow, specialized event can not only be successful in Russia, but that it is also extremely necessary for the development of important technical fields. The second day of the conference was especially successful. The summer-like weather was very hot. Saturday's foot excursion, which demonstrated the unique wooden houses of Tomsk, made an indelible impression on the tour's participants. During our tour, traditional songs about Tomsk played from street loudspeakers. The architectural-musical foot tour was certainly a highlight of the conference. We cordially invite all interested experts to participate in the next SIBCON 2009. Your cooperation and support of the Scientific Program Committee would be highly appreciated. Please find information regarding future events on the Web.

Siberian conference on Control and Communications SIBCON aims to offer opportunities to learn and to share information on the latest advances in communications and control systems. It is biennial event. The conference is organized by the IEEE on a regular basis in order to promote interdisciplinary discussion and interaction among scientists and engineers with an emphasis on the IEEE membership.
 
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