The Moscow Workshop on Electronic and Networking Technologies (MWENT 2018) was held for the first time in 2018 in conjunction with Siberian Conference on Control and Communications (Sibcon-2018).
The event was devoted to numerous issues of electronics development and its integration into the modern network engineering technologies, as well as to modern achievements in the field of control and communication system development.
The aim of the conference was to provide an international forum for discussion of recent scientific advances in the electronic industry. Complementing the technical program, many special keynote lectures were featured at the workshop.
From 296 submissions, 150 papers were selected for presentation and publication in the conference proceedings. A small army of student volunteers handled an incredible number of details both before and during the workshop. We acknowledge the extraordinary work that was done by the Program Committee in providing reviews, on the basis of which an excellent technical program was finalized. The seminar was co-sponsored by ED-S, MIEM HSE, Russian Foundation for Basic Research, and National Instruments RusR&D. More information on this event is available at https://mwent.hse.ru/en/ website.
The second Moscow Workshop on Electronic and Networking Technologies (MWENT-2020) was held in March of 2020. The dates of the event coincided with imposition of restrictions in Russia due to COVID-19 pandemic, therefore many participants were unable to attend it in person so the workshop was held in a hybrid format. Despite that more than 100 specialists, scientists, graduate students and students participated in the event in different formats.
The results of the seminar are presented in the proceedings: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/conhome/9047828/proceeding
Hybrid format of the workshop turned out to be very effective, introducing new possibilities for both participants and organizers.
A special meeting at Penza State University was held as a part of MWENT-2020. The main discussion topics of the meeting were issues of gaining and processing measurement data. More than 50 people participated in the event.
The Moscow Workshop on Electronic and Networking Technologies is a young but quickly developing event which attracts lots of specialists in different areas. We cordially invite you to visit us soon.