About This Conference
This conference was established in the Fall of 1988 in Vancouver, BC. At that time, the conference was sponsored by the Canadian Society of Electrical and Computer Engineering (CSECE). In 1995, CSECE merged with IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Region 7 to form IEEE Canada. Since then, CCECE has been the annual flagship conference of IEEE Canada. It has become traditional to locate this conference in different cities across Canada (following the pattern of East, Center, West). Click here to view the locations by year.
The major objectives of the CCECE are:
- Fostering interaction and networking in the electrical and computer engineering R&D community in Canadian universities, industries and governments;
- Serving as a 'political' platform for leaders, thinkers and decision makers in industries, governments and universities, who are asked to give plenary sessions; and
- Providing a venue for presentation of major IEEE Canada awards.