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POST-CONFERENCE REPORT                                                              


The following international conferences:

  • 10th WSEAS CSCC Multiconference, which consisted of:
  • 10th WSEAS Int. Conf. on CIRCUITS
  • 10th WSEAS Int. Conf. on SYSTEMS
  • 10th WSEAS Int. Conf. on COMMUNICATIONS
  • 10th WSEAS Int. Conf. on COMPUTERS

were held in Vouliagmeni Beach, Athens, Greece, on July 10-15, 2006.

The scientists that attended the above conferences had the opportunity to celebrate the 10th WSEAS anniversary.

Conference Statistics:

Submitted papers: 1302
Accepted papers:


Review Process: Each paper was reviewed by at least 2 independent reviewers. The WSEAS Secretariat sent each paper to 4 reviewers. Some papers received reviews from 4 different referees. The WSEAS Secretariat forwarded to the responsible for the correspondence author these comments by personalized emails. The full list of the reviewers will be available in the web page:

Only authors of those papers, which are found to have very positive responses from 2 referees and which are adequately modified to take into account all the comments of (at least 2) referees of the conference are invited to send an extended version in the WSEAS Journals (WSEAS Transactions).

Following the excellent tradition of the summer WSEAS conferences in Athens, this year's multiconference was a tremendous success, with over 800 scientists from five continents attending. The level of researches that were presented was high, and the attendees had the opportunity to exchange ideas and discuss potential future collaborations. The overall impressions on the Plenary Lectures, the Special Sessions and the Mini Symposia over the six days were more than positive.

WSEAS sent a full report of the whole review process and the whole correspondence
to the following international indexes that have recognized officially the Validity and the Reputation
of the WSEAS Conferences: (see also: )

3) CSA (Cambridge Scientific Abstracts).
4) ELSEVIER and Elsevier Bibliographic Database.
7) MATHSCINET of AMS (American Mathematical Society)
8) MATHEMATICAL REVIEWS of AMS (American Mathematical Society)
9) Directory of Published Proceedings
10) Computer Science Bibliography Administrator
11) American Chemical Society and its Index: Chemical Abstracts Service.
12) European Library in Paris (France)
13) DEST Database (Australia)
14) Engineering Information
17) British Library
18) National Library of Greece
19) German National Library of Science and Technology

Some of the world's most well respected institutions were represented in the multiconference.

The Organizing Committee received the forms that the Session Chairmen filled in after the end of their Sessions and after additional evaluation and discussion decided the following. The Criteria were
a) originality and scientific impact
b) good presentation
c) paper presented by a student

The results of this evaluation are:

The Best Student Paper Aw
ard for t
he 10th WSEAS International Conference on CIRCUITS
was given to to Mirjana Banjevic for the paper:
1.5 V Rail-to-Rail Constant Gm CMOS Differential Amplifier
[Authors: Mirjana Banjevic, Niksa Tadic]

The Best Student Paper Award for the 10th WSEAS International Conference on SYSTEMS
was given to to Dongdong Qu for the paper:
Weighted PNS Sequences for Digital Alias-Free Processing Signals
[Authors: Dongdong Qu, Andrzej Tarczynski

The Best Student Paper Award for the 10th WSEAS International Conference on COMMUNICATIONS
was given to to Tobias Eggendorfer for the paper:
A Proposal for an Efficient Way to Prevent Spam by Analysing SMTP and HTTP Tar Pits towards their Efficiency in Fighting Spam and Combining them
[Author: Tobias Eggendorfer]

The Best Student Paper Award for the 10th WSEAS International Conference on COMPUTERS
was given to to Chung Yan Liu for the paper:
Frame-Based Expert System for Label Pattern Design
Chung Yan Liu, R. Du]


1. Coffee-Breaks: The WSEAS Organizing Committee offered a variety of coffee-breaks. Each coffee-break was composed by filter coffee, decaf. coffee, tea, local sweets, biscuits, freshly baked pastries. During the Coffee-Breaks the attendees had several opportunities for to interchange ideas and proposals for common projects and collaboration.

2. Banquets: Two different Banquets took place around the hotel's swimming pool, one on July 11th and the second one on July 14th.

The attendees enjoyed a very rich buffet of Greek cuisine.

At the end of a day that was full of academic work, the participants could relax and enjoy the best of Greek traditional music, as well as a folklore ballet.

It didn't take long for the scientists to join the ballet, and the stage was pretty soon full of people of different countries and age groups, who did their best trying to imitate the complicated steps.

The day after the conference, WSEAS offered a free of charge excursion to the attendees. Departing from the hotel in the morning, the excursion included a tour in the temple of Neptune in Sounio and the Archaeological Museum in the temple of Artemis in Vravrona.


All of us members of the WSEAS staff were very pleased to see that all our hard work was compensated by the success of the conference. We would like to thank each and every one of you who honoured us with your presence, and we hope to see you again in one of our upcoming events.

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