The Twenty-Fifth Annual Newfoundland Electrical and Computer Engineering Conference

Thursday, November 10th, 2016

Holiday Inn, 180 Portugal Cove Rd., St. John's, Newfoundland

Presented with the generous support of our sponsors.

Conference Schedule Now Available!

Registration for NECEC 2016 is Open (poster)

In honour of NECEC's 25th anniversary, registration for this year's conference includes a gala dinner starting at 7 PM featuring a keynote by Stan Marshall, CEO of Naclor, entitled Muskrat Falls for Dummies... and Electrical Engineers. Additional tickets are available for the gala dinner only for registrants to wish to bring guests.

The morning plenary will by Emad Rizkalla, CEO of Bluedrop Performance Learning, focussing on the changing role of leadership as his company evolved from startup to maturity.

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NECEC 2016 will include presentations on projects and activities completed or in progress in all areas of electro-technology:

Communications and Networks Computing and Software Circuits and Systems
Controls, Instrumentation and Robotics Ocean Engineering Power and Alternative Energy
Signal/Image Processing and Vision Remote Sensing Security and Privacy
Biomedical Engineering Other ECE Topics

Accepted authors and presenters can now submit their papers by following the instructions at the "Paper Submissions" link here or in the side bar.

Important Dates
  • September 7 - Website opens for submissions
  • September 21 - Deadline for receipt of abstracts
  • October 7 - Notification of acceptance
  • October 11 - Open for registration
  • October 20 - Deadline for Paper Submission
  • October 24 - Early Registration Deadline
  • November 8- Online registration closes at noon. Registration can still be done at the day of the conference, but meals may not be guaranteed.
  • November 10 - NECEC 2016 Presentation Day

About the Conference

NECEC is presented by IEEE Newfoundland and Labrador Section in cooperation with Memorial University of Newfoundland as a forum where professionals in electrical, electronic and computer engineering as well as information technologies can present their work to the growing technical community within the province. The conference will focus on technical concepts, innovations and implementations.

Registered conferees will be provided with lunch, refreshment breaks, and conference proceedings on compact disc.

Proceeds from this event and past conferences are used to sponsor IEEE Scholarships, which are awarded to students in Terms IV and VI of the Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering program at MUN.