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RUSSIA SIBERIA SECTION

IEEE Russia Siberia Section Papers

 

Achievements
Activities
Education
First Meeting
Five years birthday
Charter
History (in English, Russian)
Letter of Siberia Section formation
New units in Section
Priorities
Problems and Desired Support
Structure

IEEE Russia Siberia Section Conference Reports

 

International Siberian Conference on Control and Communications SIBCON: Origin and Early Years
SIBCON 2009 Report
International Siberian Conference on Control and Communications SIBCON-2009 // Journal of Radio Electronics. – 2009. – N 7.
SIBCON 2009 Report in GOLD Rush 125 year IEEE Newsletter
SIBCON 2009 Report in ED-S Newsletter, vol. 16, N 3, July 2009, p. 29
SIBCON 2009 Report in MTT-S Newsletter, October 2009, p. 146.
Student Paper Contest on the Information Security SIBINFO-2009
Student Paper Contest on the Information Security SIBINFO-2008
SIBCON 2007, contents
SIBCON 2007, Report in EMC-S Newsletter
SIBCON 2007, Report in Region 8 Newsletter
Student Paper Contest on the Information Security SIBINFO-2007
Student Paper Contest on the Information Security SIBINFO-2006
Siberian ITU Workshop on Simulation of Business Process in the Telecommunications Field
SIBCON 2005, contents
SIBCON 2005, Proceedings (PDF)
SIBCON 2005, Report in Region 8 Newsletter
Student Paper Contest on the Information Security SIBINFO-2005
Student Paper Contest on the Information Security SIBINFO-2004, IEEE R8 Newsletter, vol. 7, N 3, September 2004
O. Stoukatch, A. Shelupanov, and E. Golovin, "Student Paper Contest on Information Security SIBINFO". IEEE Communications Magazine, February 2004. Vol. 42, No. 2, pp. 27-30 (PDF)
O.V. Stoukatch, "First official GOLD IEEE-Siberian Conference on Control and Communications SIBCON-2003". IEEE Region 8 Newsletter, vol. 6, N 2, May 2003, p. 17 (PDF)
SIBCON 2003 Proceedings (PDF)
Student Paper Contest on the Information Security SIBINFO-2003


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