Call for Papers for 2009 IEEE SouthEastCon

SoutheastCon 2009, held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA from March 5, 2009 
through March 8, 2009, invites prospective authors to submit their 
technical work on all aspects of engineering, science, and 
technology of current interest, to the conference. All papers and 
extended abstracts can be submitted on-line at The guidelines for 
papers and extended abstracts, including permission forms, can be 
found at Please note 
that only on-line submissions of papers and abstracts will be 
reviewed by the technical program committee. The full call for 
papers can be viewed at


Two types of technical papers are solicited: (1) full-length 
reviewed papers and (2) extended abstracts of non-reviewed papers. 
The following deadlines are provided below:

• Submissions of full-length papers for review (in .pdf or MS Word format) 
are due by December 1, 2008.
• Submissions of extended abstracts of non-reviewed papers (in .pdf or MS
Word format) are due by December 1, 2008.
• Review of submitted full-length papers and extended abstracts will be
completed by December 22, 2008.
• Final submission of the accepted full-length reviewed papers and 
extended abstracts is due in electronic form (in .pdf or MS Word 
format) by January 15, 2009.

Technical Program Scope

The conference’s technical program includes, but is not limited to, 
the following technical categories (for additional details, please 
see Sections 4.9 through 4.52 for the IEEE Field of Interest 
statements for each IEEE Society at

• Application Areas
• Circuit and Devices
• Communication and Information
• Computer Engineering
• Control and Automation
• Electromagnetics
• General Interest
• Geoscience, Ocean Technology and Remote Sensing
• Instrumentation, Measurement and Testing
• Interdisciplinary
• Nuclear and Plasma Science
• Optics and Optoelectronics
• Power and Energy
• Signal Processing

SoutheastCon 2009 will feature the presentations of technical papers 
as well as tutorial sessions, and workshops for which topics of both 
theory and applications are encouraged. Program questions of a 
general nature should be directed to the Technical Program Chair, 
Jeff Kemp, at, phone 404-407-7664.

Background Information

SoutheastCon is the annual IEEE Region 3 Technical, Professional, 
and Student Conference. It brings together electrical, computer and 
other engineering and science professionals, faculty and students to 
share the latest information through technical sessions, tutorials, 
and exhibits. Attendance and technical program participation from 
areas outside IEEE Region 3 are also cordially encouraged and