13th International Workshop
"Computational Problems of Electrical Engineering"
Organized by
Warsaw University of Technology
Lviv Polytechnic National University
Technical University of Lodz
University of West Bohemia
Warsaw University of Life Sciences

Call for Papers

The workshop will be devoted to the computational aspects of electrical engineering, especially signal processing, and circuit and field theory.
The scope of the conference is explained in detail in "The goals" section.

The regular papers will be classified into three main fields of research:
  • The linear and non-linear signal processing methods and tools and their applications especially in biomedical engineering
  • The computational methods in field analysis and their application in modelling of non-electrical phenomena, for example human body
  • Computational aspects of circuit and system theory and their industrial applications.

CPEE 2012 Conference Program

Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

5th September 6th September 7th September 8th September



Breakfast Excursion Breakfast

DP Oral session

Coffee break

12:00-13:30 Registration Poster session T1

13:30-15:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch (during excursion)

15:15-17:00 Openning Session
CS Oral session
EF Oral session Excursion

17:00-17:30 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break

17:30-19:00 Poster session W Poster session T2 Poster session F

19:30-22:00 Reception Banquet Party at the bonfire

Oral session codes:

CS - Circuits & Systems

EF - Electromagnetic Fields

DP - Data Processing

Please refer to the For Authors section for information on submission methods.

Post conference publication:

Selection of presented papers will be (after additional review) published in the post-conference volume of Polish journal Electrical Review (Przeglad Elektrotechniczny).
The length limit for published paper is 3 (three) pages.
Papers for publication in Electrical Review should be prepared according to the guidelines, which can be found at the journal web page. MS Word format (sample.doc) or LaTeX format (latex.zip) are accepted.