2019.05.04 The candidates of Best Paper Awards are released.
2019.05.04 The poster number and poster size for poster presentation were sent to the first author. If you didn’t receive it,please contact the secretariat.
2019.04.19 Technical Program is released.
2019.04.03 The information of conference tour is released. Check it out now!
2019.03.22 Transportation information is updated.
2019.03.08 The notification of paper acceptance has been sent to the authors. If you didn’t receive it,
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IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
ON CONSUMER ELECTRONICS - TAIWAN
(IEEE 2019 ICCE-TW)
MAY 20-22, 2019, EVERGREEN RESORT HOTEL (JIAOSI), YILAN, TAIWAN
The upcoming IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics – Taiwan, 2019 will be held from May 20th to 22nd at Evergreen Resort Hotel (Jiaosi) in Yilan City. As a grand venue for scholars and professional persons all around the world, ICCE-Taiwan aims to initiate profound discussions on research and discovery in electronics and relevant professional field. After the successful ICCE-Taiwan in 2014 to 2018, we sincerely hope that the 6th ICCE-Taiwan could continue its success. Furthermore, our vision is to set ICCE-Taiwan as a milestone in Consumer Electronic field and become a historic and dominant conference year by year with strong and resourceful support from the IEEE CE Society.
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