ETU “LETI”: ETU “LETI” Will Host a Conference of Young Researchers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

From January 26 to 29, 2021, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University “LETI” will organize the eighth IEEE Conference of Young Researchers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (2021 ElConRus), the largest scientific event in Russia and a key platform for the presentation of research results, which will take place online.

The conference will open with a plenary session on January 26 at 10:00. There will be sessions covering electrical engineering, information security, automation and control systems, micro- and nanoelectronics, dielectrics and plasma, photonics and electro-optics, signal processing and analysis, biomedicine and environmental protection, management and innovation in the electrical and electronics industry, and other research areas.

More than 450 papers, authored by more than 1000 young researchers representing 102 universities from Russia, Egypt, Greece, Jordan, China, Japan, and other countries, will be presented at the conference. Young scientists from ETU “LETI” prepared more than 140 reports.

Participation in the conference is free; ETU “LETI” and the IEEE Russia North West Section will bear all expenses.

“The main conference goal is to introduce young researchers to the international scientific community, compare achievements in various Russian and foreign universities, and exchange views on the most topical issues. It is an excellent experience of international scientific communication for all participants.”

Sergey Shaposhnikov, Head of the Information and Methodological Center for the Development of Engineering Education, Associate Professor of the Department of Management and Quality Systems of ETU “LETI”
ETU “LETI” holds the event together with the National Research University of Electronic Technology, Glyndour University (UK), and the IEEE Russia North West Section. The language of the conference is English. Conference proceedings will be published in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library with further possible indexing in the SCOPUS database.

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