Welcome to CECNet2019!
The 9th International Conference on Electronics, Communications and Networks (CECNet2019) will be held in conjunction with the 5th International Conference on Fuzzy System and Data Mining (FSDM2019) in Kitakyushu International Conference Center
, Kitakyushu City, Japan during October 18-21, 2019. It is held annually to provide a comprehensive global forum for experts and participants from academia to exchange ideas and present results of ongoing research in the most state-of-the-art areas of electronics technology, communication engineering and technology, wireless communications engineering and technology, computer engineering and technology. The plenary session of CECNet 2019 will include Keynote Speeches, Invited Speeches, Poster Presentations and Oral Presentations.
The past 8 events are successfully held: CECNet2018
in Bangkok, CECNet2017
in Taiwan, CECNet2016
in Macau, CECNet2015
in Shanghai, CECNet2014
in Beijing, CECNet2013
in Xianning, CECNet2012
in Yichang and CECNet2011
Kitakyushu, located on the northern tip of Kyushu Island. It is the second largest city in terms of population on this island. With views over the Sea of Japan and the Seto Inland Sea, and with forty percent of the city's area comprised of rich forest, it is a city blessed with an abundance of nature. It has many notable attractions include Kokura Castle, the port town of Mojiko Retro, the Hiraodai Limestone Plateau (one of the three major karst plateaus of Japan), and many leisure facilities. Kitakyushu City also has a vast menu of appetizing dishes, such as Kokura beef, and Yaki-udon, as well as many other delicacies harvested from the mountains and sea.
On behalf of the organizing committee, we sincerely invite you to participate in CECNet 2019 as authors, speakers and listeners, and we look forward to meeting you all in Kitakyushu City, Japan!
Best Oral Presentations in CECNet2018
Congratulation that 4 winners of the Best Oral Presentations from CECNet 2018 are awarded with the free registration to CECNet 2019:
Session 1: Electronics
Winner: Yashchyshyn Yevhen, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Presented Paper: Capabilities and Limitations of 4D Antenna Arrays in MIMO Applications
Session 2: Algorithms
Winner: Sudha Gupta, K.J.S.C.E. Vidhyavihar Mumbai, India
Presented Paper: Blackout Prediction in Smart Power Transmission System Using Machine Learning Technique
Session 3: Communications
Winner: Khalid Qaraqe, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University, Qatar
Presented Paper: Line-of-Sight VLC in Inhomogeneous Underwater Medium: Performance Evaluation
Session 4: Networks
Winner: William R Simpson, Institute for Defense Analyses, Virginia, USA
Presented Paper: Cloud Security Impact on Scalability