Electrical, Electronics and Communications (EEC) Symposium

The Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Engineering (EEC) technical track addresses recent advances in a wide variety of disciplines of the Electrical and Computer Engineering field with a focus on emerging technologies and novel applications. With the success of the global Internet and the increasing importance of wireless mobile communications, this symposium will provide a platform to introduce latest innovations as well as showcase applications enabled by these technologies. This symposium brings together scientists and engineers from the US and Korea, promoting the opportunity for technical information exchange and research collaboration between these two vibrant communities.

The topics of interest, but not limited to, include:
- Advanced Power Electronics
- Biomedical Devices and Systems
- Cellular and Broadband Wireless Network
- Cloud Computing and Virtualization
- Cognitive Radios & Software Defined Radios
- Communication and Information Theory
- Computer Network & Security
- Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition
- Cyber-Physical Systems
- Cyber Security
- Distributed and Networked Control
- Electronic Devices, Circuits, and Systems
- Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
- Energy Harvesting & Wireless Power Transmission
- Intelligent Vehicles
- Multimedia Systems
- Nano/micro systems
- Robotics
- Signal and Image Processing
- Optics, and Optical Communications
- Real-time and Embedded Systems
- Renewable Energy, and Smart Energy Grid
- Satellite Systems
- Sensor Devices and Sensor Networks


Dong Sam Ha
Virginia Tech
Co-Chair   Co-Chair

Sang Wu Kim
Iowa State University
Yong-Hwan Lee
Seoul National University