S C E E - 2 0 0 2
Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering
June, 23rd - 28th, 2002, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Purpose of the conference
The aim of this workshop series is to bring together scientists from universities and industry with the goal of intensive discussions about modeling and numerical simulation of electronic circuits and of electromagnetic fields.
The workshop is mainly directed at mathematicians and electrical engineers. Developers of algorithms and programs shall come to know recent advances on the other fields as well as open problems coming from industry; industry shall come to know new program tools and mathematical methods.
Industrial involvement in SCEE-2002 is reflected in the special Industry Day, Tuesday June 25, 2002, with (highly ranked) Invited Speakers from industry and from special vendors only. They will address trends, needs and plans in EM and IC design, simulation requirements, and needs for networking between industry and universities and partnerships.
SCEE is a regular workshop on Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering. Previous national, meetings were held in Darmstadt (1997), Berlin (1998), Germany, both under the auspices of the DMV (Deutscher Mathematiker Verein). In 2000, the first truly international workshop was organized in Warnemünde by the University of Rostock, Germany. For an impression of this last conference, see http://www.scee-2000.uni-rostock.de/.
In 2002, the 4th SCEE conference will be jointly organized by the Eindhoven University of Technology (TUE or TU/E) and Philips Research Laboratories Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
The Conference will be held at the campus site of the Eindhoven University between June 23-28, 2002.
Submission of abstracts
The web form for submission of abstracts becomes available after registering or logging in as a participant. Please send an extended abstract of two pages, in PostScript or PDF format. Please present results in your abstract.
Guidelines and examples for the creation of posters are now available.
Book of Abstracts
Abstracts submitted for oral and poster presentation are reviewed by the
Program Committee. The Program Committee makes the final decision whether
a paper will be presented as oral or as poster presentation.
Important: The submission for oral presentations has been closed. There is an extended deadline for poster until April 15, 2002.
All accepted abstracts will be published in the Book-of-Abstracts (with its own ISBN-number).
Apart from the Book of Abstracts, a seperate book with the Conference Proceedings will be published. Full papers will be reviewed by the Program Committee for publication in the Conference Proceedings. For acceptance, no distinction will be made between oral and poster presentations.
Both a printed and an electronic version of the full papers must be ready at the start of the conference.
SCEE-2002 poster and flyer
You can now download the poster of the SCEE-2002 conference: SCEE-2002 conference poster.
Also available is a flyer : SCEE-2002 conference flyer (also as MS-Word file).
Sponsors and sponsoring
Thanks to our sponsors for making the Conference possible. If your company is also interested in sponsoring, you can obtain more information as PostScript or PDF file.
Both the Industry Day and the SCEE-2002 conference will be held at the Eindhoven University of Technology, at the Auditorium. The university is situated right in the centre of the city of Eindhoven.
Route information is available at the university website.
Eindhoven city center (click to enlarge)
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We are looking forward to meet you in Eindhoven, in 2002, and even after that ...
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