PACET 2022 

PAnhellenic Conference on Electronics and Telecommunications


December 2-3, 2022, Tripolis, Greece

PACET 2022 Conference Registration

The PAnhellenic Conference on Electronics and Telecommunications will be held in Tripolis, Greece, on December 2-3, 2022

Aim and Scope

E lectronics and telecommunications are two fundamental and rapidly evolving fields of science, that constitute basic pillars of scientific, technology, business and economic development. Given their important role and contribution from a technical, but even social perspective, the 6th Panhellenic Conference on Electronics and Telecommunications (PACET), co-organized by the University of Peloponnese and the Municipality of Tripolis, aims at reporting progress and recent advances in all aspects of electronics and communications both at academic and industrial level.

Important Dates

  • Special Session Proposal: June 30th, 2022
  • Full Length Papers: September 7th, 2022
  • Full Length Papers: September 21st, 2022
  • Full Length Papers (hard deadline extension):
  • Notification of Acceptance:
  • Camera Ready Paper Submission: October 31st, 2022
  • Special Session Proposal: June 30th, 2022
  • Full Length Papers: September 7th, 2022
  • Full Length Papers: September 21st, 2022
  • Full Length Papers (hard deadline extension):
  • Notification of Acceptance:
  • Camera Ready Paper Submission: October 31st, 2022

Topics

The topics include, but are not limited to:



Analog/mixed-signal circuits

Biomedical circuits and systems

CAD and design tools

Communication circuits and systems

Microprocessors and memories

Digital circuits and systems

Digital signal processing

Embedded systems

Energy harvesting circuits

Imaging and image sensors

Low-power low-voltage designs

Power Electronics

RF and wireless circuits and systems

Sensory circuits and wearable sensors

Communication circuits and systems

Telecommunication systems

Software defined radio

Digital signal processing

Machine learning

Wireless channel measurements

5G/6G systems and simulation

Terahertz communications

Internet of things

SDN & NFV networks

Web-applications for mobiles

Satellite communication systems

Unmanned aerial vehicles

Optical wireless communications

Network performance evaluation

Optical networks and protocols

Coding

Information theory

Organizers


University of Peloponnese logo
Municipality of Tripolis logo

Sponsors


IEEE Greece section
IEEE Communication Society Greece section
Arcadia Chamber logo
NanoZeta Tech logo

Visit Tripolis


Tripolis City

Tripolis City

In Tripolis, the past and present blend together in a magnificent way. A simple walk in the city could reveal all its hidden treasures: well-preserved neoclassical buildings, parks and squares with cosy cafés and restaurants. You can see the emblematic Cathedral at Saint Vasilios square, take a stroll in Areos square -one of the largest squares in Greece- or see a play at the Malliaropouleion Theatre at Petrinou Square. Visit the Archaeological Museum, housed in a neoclassical building designed by Ernst Ziller, or the small but very interesting War Museum of Tripolis. The Archaeological Museum of Tegea (http://www.tegeamuseum.gr/) can also be reached within a 15-minute car drive from the city centre.

The Land of Mantineia

The Land of Mantineia

Mantineia, the Land of Moschofilero Wine, is located in the northeastern part of Arcadia, only 14 km from the city of Tripolis. There lie the remains of the ancient city of Mantineia, where the largest land battle of the Peloponnesian War took place. Close to the archaeological site lies the Christian church of Saint Foteini, which combines Byzantine and ancient Greek architecture. Near the village named Kapsia, you can visit the stunning cave, with multicoloured stalagmites and stalactites composing a unique canvas, reflected on the surface of the small ponds.

The Mainalon Experience

The Mainalon Experience

Whether skiing on the slopes or hiking on the ERA certified Menalon Trail (75 km trails), rafting on Loussios river, or just visiting the picturesque historic villages of Karytaina, Stemnitsa, Dimitsana or Vytina, the Arcadian Mountain is a unique experience. The Open-Air Water Power Museum, the Cliff-hanging Monasteries, the stone-built villages with red- tiled roofs are definitely worth exploring.