The Electro/Information Technology 2003 (EIT 2003) Conference will be
held on Thursday and Friday, June 5-6, 2003, at the Holiday Inn Select
at the Airport in Indianapolis, Indiana. There are many ways that you
can help support the EIT 2003 conference, such as: Posting the Call For Papers,
Posting the website www.cis-ieee.org/eit2003 , Banquet Table, Vendor Table, and/or contribute funds.
You can also help promote the conference by letting your faculty and
students know of the conference. Benefits to you and your colleagues
range from having your name listed as a contributor on conference materials
to having up to five free registrations to the conference.
There's something for everyone at this conference! Topics for this conference
range from Wireless Communications, Fuzzy Systems, Neural Networks to
Software/Firmware Systems, Infrastructure Technologies, Nanotechnology.
For the first time ever, this conference will also include a
Professional Development/Tutorial track running simultaneously.
Topics for the Professional Development/Tutorial track will be on Leadership,
Project Management, Object-Oriented Modeling and Code Generation For
Embedded Systems using UML and Roadmap & Vision moving Forward in MicroProcessor Design.
Prior to the main conference on Wednesday, June 4 the IEEE Region 4 Student Paper contest
will be held at the Holiday Inn Select at the Airport in Indianapolis, Indiana.
You can also help us have another successful event by participating as an event contributor.
We are looking for contributors in various levels. If you are interested in being a contributor,
please fill out the "Conference contributors" and mail
it to the address mentioned in the flyer.
Thank you for your consideration. We look forward hearing from you.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Alan Stillerman
or Santana Naidu (Naidu@ictt.com; 812-841-3499).