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The IEEE Latin American Electron Devices Conference (LAEDC) is sponsored by the IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS). Its main goal is to bring together specialists from all Electron Device related fields.

The sixth LAEDC edition will take place in-person in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

The conference will be geared for students as well as young researchers. Its main goal is to bring together specialists from all Electron Device related fields. We are convinced that thanks to your significant accomplishments your presence will significantly add to the value of this growing conference.

CALL FOR POSTERS IS OPEN

IMPORTANT DATES

Poster submission 

Hard Deadline:

March 18, 2024


Author notification

 April 8, 2024

Camera Ready

 April 15, 2024


CONFERENCE DATES:

MAY 8-10 2024

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • All electron-based devices
  • Electron Devices for Quantum Computing
  • RF-MMW-5G
  • Semiconductor-, MEMS- and Nanotechnologies
  • Packaging, 3D integration
  • Sensors and actuators
  • Display technology
  • Modeling and simulation
  • Reliability and yield
  • Device characterization
  • Reliability
  • Agrivoltaics
  • Flexible electronics
  • Biomedical Devices
  • Circuit-device interaction
  • Novel materials and process modules
  • Technology roadmaps
  • Electron device engineering education
  • Electron device outreach
  • Optoelectronics, photovoltaic and photonic devices and systems
  • Humanitarian Projects
  • STEM Initiatives
  • Energy harvesting
  • 2D Materials and Devices

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ABOUT GUATEMALA

Guatemalacountry of Central America. The dominance of an Indigenous culture within its interior uplands distinguishes Guatemala from its Central American neighbours. The origin of the name Guatemala is Indigenous, but its derivation and meaning are undetermined. Some hold that the original form was Quauhtemallan (indicating an Aztec rather than a Mayan origin), meaning “land of trees,” and others hold that it is derived from Guhatezmalha, meaning “mountain of vomiting water”—referring no doubt to such volcanic eruptions as the one that destroyed Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala (now Antigua Guatemala), the first permanent Spanish capital of the region’s captaincy general. The country’s contemporary capital, Guatemala City, is a major metropolitan centre. Quetzaltenango, in the western highlands, is the nucleus of the Indigenous population.

 

LAEDC 2024