Digital Technologies 2008- International Workshop
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    The International workshop on digital technologies is the annual event that is traditionally held in Žilina , city in the heart of Slovakia since 2003. It is organized by the Slovak Electrical Society, section with the Department of Telecommunications of the University of Žilina, together with the Department of the Circuit Theory, Czech Technical University in Prague. The aim of the workshop is to bring together researches, developers, teachers from academy as well as industry working in all areas of digital technologies. Especially young researchers and postgraduate PhD students are greatly welcome to participate in this event. Beside the scientific field, several cultural and social events are planned for the enjoyment of workshop attendees.

 

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Social event: 20 November 2008, Fatra House of Art, Zilina

                 SLOVAK SINFONIETTA ŽILINA State Chamber Orchester of Žilina

 

                                        

 

     The Slovak Sinfonietta, Peter BREINER, Tomas Dratva – piano, Igor Fábera-oboe

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Due to technical reasons, the Proceedings CD will be completed in the middle of January 2009.
For those who haven‘t submited a final camera-ready of the paper, the submission deadline is postponed to 7th January 2009.

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