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The 13th Biennial

October 3-5, 2012,Tallinn, Estonia

2012 13th Biennial Baltic Electronics Conference (BEC2012)

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Impedance based system identification
Suggested topics:
State of art in impedance measurement and status quo. Prospective areas for impedance based identification.Trends in impedance measurement technology and instrumentation. Bioimpedance and healthcare. Feasibility of the identification of the parameters of micro and nano size specimens with impedance. Taylor made measurement signals and custom signal processing issues related to impedance measurement.

Active Distribution Networks: Applications, Topologies and Control

The workshop - ACTIVE POWER DISTRIBUTION GRIDS: APPLICATIONS, TOPOLOGIES AND CONTROL will take place on October 03, 2012, 9:00-15:00
Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Electrical Drives and Power Electronics, Room VII-430
Supporter: Doctoral school of energy and geotechnology II

For more information please feel free to contact Dr. Dmitri Vinnikov,

Special Session

Learning is Engineering
e-learning in engineering. Learning environments. Learning technologies. Automation of assessment. Knowledge management. Analysis of learning processes. Competence maps. Feedback in learning.

For participating in special seminar please use the regular registration form

Special Student Session

A special PhD Students Forum will be organized by Estonian Doctoral School in Information and Communication Technology in the framework of BEC conference.  The aim of the PhD  Student Forum is to continue the tradition  of bringing together ICT graduate students from different research groups, to give them an opportunity to exchange ideas and present their research in serene surroundings, away from mundane working environment.

Graduate students are expected to submit a paper of no more than four A4 pages. The paper should describe the latest of your research. The article should be formatted according to the IEEE standard two-column paper guidelines:
Guidelines for preparation of the manuscript (MS Word) or PDF (Adobe Portable Format)
A LaTeX template and style file you can download from

Each paper has to be presented at the Forum (20 minutes including presentation and questions).

The papers for the forum have to be sent in PDF format to

PhD Student Forum papers submission deadline is August 21, 2012. Papers submitted to the forum will be published in proceedings of the annual conference of Estonian Doctoral School in ICT.

For more information please feel free to contact Dr. Eduard Petlenkov,

Tallinn is best reached from Helsinki and Stockholm by plane or ferry. There are also many other international flights from Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Frankfurt am Main, London, Moscow, Riga, Vilnius and other airports.
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The Conference opening plenary session will be taken place at  Tallinn University of Technology, located about 8 km to the south from the Centre, and afterwords the Conference site will be Laulasmaa Resort and Spa, located about 30 km from the Centre.

The conference place (first day, Oct.3) Tallinn University of Technology, Address: Ehitajate tee 5, 19086 Tallinn, Location Plan, TUT

The conference place (Oct.4 and 5) Laulasmaa Resort and Spa, Location plan, Laulasmaa Resort and Spa

Accommodation in Tallinn

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Thomas Johann Seebeck Department of Electronics, TUT,