The IEEE Israel Conference of Students and Young Professionals 2017

March 07, 2017

Technion

 

 

The IEEE Israel Student Section together with IEEE Young Professionals in Israel are pleased to announce its 3rd graduate student and YP convention (IEEEI-SYP). The 3rd IEEEI-SYP will be hosted at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in the Technion, in Tuesday, March 07, 2017. The IEEEI-SYP convention gives to its attendees the opportunity to present their research in a professional, yet casual environment. The convention is a platform for meetings and exchange of ideas between students in adjacent research fields, and between students and senior researchers and industry professionals. The convention also serves as a catalyst in bringing together participants from academia and industry to help foster new connections and ideas.

The program includes keynote speakers and workshops, as well as a poster session on today’s state-of-the-art research conducted by graduate students from around the country. In addition, a job fair targeting specifically graduate students in the various fields of Electrical and Computer Engineering, will be held with the participation of leading high-tech companies.

We are looking forward to seeing you in the 3rd IEEEI-SYP !

Convention chairs:  Aleks Dyskin^ and Yiftach Richter*

^Head of IEEE Israel Young Professionals, aleksey.dyskin.il@ieee.org

*Head of IEEE Israel Students, richtey@biu.ac.il

Advance registration is required (the registration will be open soon).

Light food and refreshments will be served.

Poster Presentation

Graduate students from all institutions will present posters describing their work on all topics related to electrical and computer engineering. The registration will be open soon.

We encourage intended participants to register as early as possible since the number of available seats is limited!

 

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* Further questions and for companies who want to participate, send an email to richtey@biu.ac.il

 

 

 

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