Invitation to attend the 4th International Conference (SETIT 2007):
On behalf of SETIT 2007, The Sciences of Electronics, Technologies of
Information and Telecommunications unit, we would like to invite you
to join us for the 4th international conference named SETIT which will
be held in Hammamet-Tunisia from 25 to 29 March 2007.
SETIT 2007 has the ambition to promote a technological reference
frame, to give answers and original innovating ideas and to contribute
to a common language around the information and the telecommunication
technologies. This conference will allow, on the one hand, to share
experience, to make a state of the art of the theory, research,
telecommunication applications and the information processing. On the
other hand, SETIT will present future innovations.
The SETIT conference is an essential forum for sharing knowledge about
the latest progress and advances in information and telecommunication
technologies through papers, and has an excellent track record for
fostering synergism between research teams that are working in the
fields related to the conference topics.
The rich assortment of tutorials, presentation sessions, and
receptions will allow you to gain in-depth knowledge of fundamental
principles and the latest trends in the sciences of electronics,
technologies of information and telecommunications.
With its many sessions, the Conference is an excellent opportunity to
renew old friendships and network with new contacts. You and your
accompanists will also enjoy the vibrant culture and many points of
interest in our beautiful and hospitable country Tunisia. So make your
plans now to join us for this exciting event.
See you in Hammamet,
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries regarding
Updated information about the conference can be found at: http://
Mohamed Salim BOUHLEL
General Co-Chair, SETIT 2007
Head of Research Unit: Sciences & Technologies of Image and
Higher Institute of Biotechnology of Sfax (Sfax University)
BP 261 3038 SFAX TUNISIA
GSM +216 20 200005
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