Welcome to SoutheastCon 2020!
Raleigh Marriott City Center
Raleigh Convention Center
March 12-15, 2020
The IEEE Region 3 and the IEEE Eastern North Carolina Section
Welcome – From the Conference Steering Committee
Co-Chair – Parag Upadhyay
Co-Chair – Charles J. Lord P.E.
Treasurer – Robert Deacle
Secretary – Susanne Proudlove
Local Arrangements / Hospitality – Ellen Radford
Industry Program Chair – Charles Lord
Technical Program Chair – Dr Parag Upadhyay
Technical Program Committee:
- Dr James Conrad, PE
- Mahesh Balasubramaniam
- Chris Siegl
- Masoud Ghiafeh Davoudi
- Yogesh Kale
- Rahman Tashakkori
- Michael Orlovsky
- Suryadip Chakraborty
Logistics Chair – Matt Horrer
Student Program: Rodney Radford / Dr. Robert Evans
Volunteer Coordinator – Jason Yao
Registration – Joseph Greene
ENCS Representative (2020 Chair) – Paul Goodson
Webmaster / Social Media – Jim Ray
Sponsors / Exhibits – TBA
Mentors: Jim Conrad / Sean Haynes
On behalf of the IEEE Region 3 SoutheastCon 2020, and the many talented and dedicated volunteers and staff who have contributed their time and effort, we welcome you to Raleigh. We have constructed a superb technical program as discussed in the welcoming remarks by our Co-Chair and Technical Program Chair, Dr Parag Upadhyay.
We look forward to an exciting IEEE SoutheastCon 2020 and hope that our innovations will enhance your technology experience. We also hope that you will be able to find time before or after the conference to enjoy the many exciting experiences that the Raleigh area has to offer. SoutheastCon is the annual IEEE Region 3 Technical, Professional, and Student Conference. It brings together Computer Scientists, Electrical, and Computer Engineering professionals, faculty and students to share the latest information through technical sessions, tutorials, and exhibits. It is the most influential conference in Region 3 for promoting awareness of the technical contributions made by our profession to the advancement of engineering science and to the community. As usual, attendance and technical program participation from areas outside IEEE Region 3 are encouraged and welcomed.