The sixth International Conference on Engineering and Telecommunication will be held Nov. 21-22 at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. The main focus of the event is on the latest developments in engineering and information technology in the context of the challenges posed by the Arctic region. En&T-2019 will feature a roundtable discussion titled “Arctic: Space for Innovative Technological Solutions” and four main sections:
- Telecommunication and information technology.
- Radar and radio communication systems.
- Computer systems and networks.
- AI systems (see detailed section breakdown below).
The main goal of the conference is to enable an exchange of ideas and insights with foreign partners from the telecommunications and IT industry. The working languages of the event are English and Russian.
- Applying for participation: Oct. 1.
- Submitting articles for publication with IEEE: Oct. 1.
- Submitting conference report theses: Oct. 1.
- Confirming participation: Oct. 1.
- Paying the registration fee: Oct. 14.
- Standard fee for Russian (foreign) participants: 6,000 rubles ($100).
- Undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral student: 2,000 rubles (about $30).
- Student with a research supervisor: 4,000 rubles (about $60).
- Attending the event as a listener is free.
- Wireless data transmission systems and networks.
- Fiber optic networks and technology.
- Software-defined networking and network functions virtualization.
- Information security in data transmission systems, network coding.
- Multimedia and telecommunication services for e-learning and beyond.
Radio communication and radar systems:
- Emerging radar and radio communication technologies.
- Broadband satellite and cellular communication.
- Radio communication and broadband access in the Arctic.
- Satellite internet of things.
- UHF devices and antennas.
- Transceiving and channel-forming hardware and equipment.
- Computer systems, software and algorithmic support for radio systems.
- Onboard communication and radar systems.
- Emerging radio materials.
Computer systems and networks:
- Architectures of supercomputers and specialized real-time computing systems.
- Hardware accelerators.
- Virtual computing environments.
- System-wide software.
- Tools and technology for application software development.
- Visual programming.
- Application of computer systems and networks in public administration, manufacturing and defense industries.
Artificial intelligence systems:
- Pattern recognition.
- Neural networks. Deep learning networks.
- Hardware implementation of neural networks and neurocomputers.
- Data analysis.
- Data mining and big data.
- Decision-making and decision support.
- Biologically inspired control.
- Adaptive control.
- Applied AI.
- Sergey Garichev, organizing committee chairman.
- Alexander Dvorkovich, program committee chairman.
- Alexander Ivchenko.
- Pavel Kononyuk.
- Yakov Lvovich.
- Alexandra Pozdeyeva.
- Lyudmila Uzhinskaya.