European Specialized Technical Societies (ESTES)
Set up within the framework of Convention of National Associations of Electrical Engineers of Europe (EUREL). Ceased to exist prior to 2014.
Ensure that European scientific and technological communities are provided with an adequate programme of scientific and technical meetings in fields related to electrical engineering.Available with paid subscription only.
Produces an integrated programme of technical meetings by coordinating activities of individual societies. 'ESTES 1' Power: generation; transmission; distribution; control; power electronics; traction; installation; cables; electric machines. 'ESTES 2' Communications: broadcasting; satellite communications; antennas and propagation; radar, sonar and navigation systems; image processing; optical cables; storage and recording; microwave devices and techniques; signal processing; telecommunications electronics. 'ESTES 3' Information Technology: computers; digital processing; software engineering; artificial intelligence; CAD and electronic manufacturing systems; robotics; man/machine interaction; information systems and networks. 'ESTES 4' Micro-Technologies: components; system technologies; applications fields.
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