PEECS 2012

Scope

The Symposium is jointly organized by IEEE Western Australia Section, Curtin University, University of Western Australia, Edith Cowan University, and Murdoch University. It aims to give postgraduate students an opportunity to present their research activities in the areas of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Software Engineering, and other related fields to a wide audience. The symposium is expected to increase awareness of research activities that are taken place in different departments as well as encouraging more cooperation among the universities. Undergraduate students are also encouraged to attend to appreciate current postgraduate research activities in their interested areas.

 

The symposium is strongly supported by the IEEE Western Australia section and the relevant University departments.

 

All postgraduate students are strongly encouraged to submit extended abstract(s) up to 2 pages or full paper(s) up to 6 pages. Submissions should include adequate technical and academic contents. The presenters should attempt to make their presentation (oral or poster) attractive to a wide range of background audience. Awards will be given to the best paper, best oral presentation and best poster presentation.

A copy of the call for paper can be found here.

 

Typical Research Areas

 

         Artificial Intelligence

         Biomedical Engineering

         Computer Engineering

         Computer Science

         Electronics

         Image Processing

         Information Technology

         Instrumentation and Control

         Microelectronics and VLSI

         Next Generation Networks

         Power Systems Engineering

         Renewable Energy Systems

         Software Engineering

         Telecommunications

         Wireless data networks

 

Organising Committee

 

King-Sun Chan (Curtin - Conference chair)

Halit Eren (Curtin)

Lance Fung (Murdoch)

Douglas Chai (ECU)

Farid Boussaid (UWA)