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CFP: 5th CEE-SECR 2009 conference

The 5th Eastern and Central European Software Engineering Conference in Russia (CEE-SECR) is the major software event that attracts 500+ participants from local industry.The conference employs a double-blind review process producing a high quality program, which includes globally-recognized software "gurus / founding fathers" as keynote speakers such as Grady Booch, Lars Bak, Yuri Gurevich and others.


Connect2Earth campaign: Make history

This December world leaders meet in Copenhagen to decide how we deal with climate change. Do you want to be part of this historical event? You can… Sign up and participate in the discussions on connect2earth and you could be selected to go alongside WWF and IUCN to Copenhagen. Enter the competition now and help shape the future! ( This is a unique opportunity as the talks are closed to the general public.

Russian Mobile VAS Awards

Welcome to participate at the Russian Mobile VAS Awards'2009 competition. Entry deadline: October 16, 2009. The Awards winners will be announced at the VI Mobile VAS Conference gala dinner and Awards Ceremony on November 19. Russian Mobile VAS Awards'2009 categories:

FRUCT training registration

Please, choose training you would like to participate:

Qt training
Mobile Trust Computing
M3 Smart Spaces

Common information:

First and Last Name:



Speciality (Student, PhD student, Specialist, PhD etc.):

University (IT, Telecommunications, Math etc.):

Questionnaire for participants in Qt training:

Do you have some GUI development experience?

Which GUI libraries/tools have you used?

Specify your knowledge about GNU/make:


Why are you going to participate in training? What's your goal?

Select one most important thing which you prefer to focus during the training:

Please write your wishes about Qt training for organizers:

Would you like to use the computer class PC or own laptop?


Resource allocation in OFDMA

For last few decades, Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing has been recognized not only as an efficient modulation format but also as an effective way of supporting multiple access. The orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) principle employs assignment of orthogonal sub-carrier sets to a number of the network users and has been adopted in Metropolitan Area Networks (IEEE 802.16.std), Wide Area Networks such as Ultra Mobile Broadband for 3GPP Long Term Evolution.

Whenever an OFDMA operates in a time-frequency dispersive radio channel the link adaptation provides a benefit in terms of any system performance metric by employing time, frequency and multi-user diversities. The aim of the project is elaboration of low complexity (practical) link adaptation algorithms with QoS constraints (such as fairness, delay etc.) for OFDMA.


Contact person: Natalia Ermolova