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Welcome to The ACEEE

ACEEEThe Association of Computer Electronics and Electrical Engineers (ACEEE) is a registered non-profit organisation for the Engineers in field of Computer Science, Electronics and Electrical Engineering and Technology, Systems Science and Engineering, Information Processing and related arts and sciences. The main objective of the ACEEE is "To disseminate knowledge and to promote the Research and Development activities in the Engineering and Technology field."

The ACEEE (pronounced as A C triple E) members include research and development center heads, faculty deans, department heads, professors, research scientists, engineers, scholars, experienced software development directors, managers and engineers, and university postgraduate and undergraduate engineering and technology students, etc. The Association of Computer, Electronics and Electrical Engineers (ACEEE) also welcomes all the Engineering and Technical Corporate Organizations, Colleges and Universities to join us to exchange information and ideas; in according with our objective to facilitate this, we call upon to network with us. You can also know about the ACEEE organisation and its hierarchical structures.

ACEEE organizes and sponsor high quality international conferences, workshop, seminars and provides technical support; it also publish high quality academic & research international journals in Computer Science and Information Technology, Electronics and Electrical Engineering and Technology, Systems science and Engineering.

ACEEE kindly invites you to join and work on the scientific and technical committees of the conferences and journals editorial boards. Membership in the ACEEE scientific and technical committees can open windows of opportunity for your professional growth and development. ACEEE gives scientists and researchers the power to enhance their knowledge, skills, and professional options through special scientific and technical committees and divisions, and numerous occasions for scientific and technical exchange with colleagues