ICIN 2018 welcomes corporate sponsorship. Your sponsorship exposes your brand to highly qualified and targeted attendees, with concrete possibilities of excellent return. Limited on site outreach opportunities are available.
Four levels of patronage with benefits are provided to promote your company among international experts and conference attendees.The ICIN2018 Patronage Chair will work with your company to tailor these patronage packages to maximize the value of the patron opportunity to your circumstances. In addition, there is the opportunity to sponsor particular conference events such as the ICIN2018 Banquet,the Welcome Reception,and the Social Event. As a Patron,your company also becomes eligible to complimentary registrations to the conference,depending on the patronage level.
For details on how you can help support ICIN, please download the "Sponsorship Leaflet "
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Electrotechnical Association of Slovenia
The Elektrotehniška zveza Slovenije (EZS) (Electrotechnical Association of Slovenia) is a voluntary, independent and non-profit-making society of regional and specialized professional associations in Slovenia. It operates on the basis of its own program, and keeps up to date with the topical professional and organizational issues in the sphere of electrical engineering. For several decades, the Association has been playing an important role in bringing together and educating electrical engineers, promoting and directing research and development, working closely with companies, and promoting this branch of the profession. By issuing publications, organizing courses, workshops and professional conferences, the EZS is becoming a public professional forum, a place where the topical issues of electrical engineering are being discussed. Electrotechnical Review, a journal of the EZS, has been in existence for more than 70 years, and is published five times a year
CMAI Association of India - Communications Multimedia Applications and Infrastructures
CMAI, a professional registered ICT association, is involved in policy formulations with Government and other stakeholders for technology innovations, indigenous manufacturing and communications sector and for policies concerning environmental, pollution and health. CMAI was actively involved in telecom policies for mobile, 3G, spectrum, licensing, etc. CMAI provides a forum where telecommunications companies can unite to advance the industry's concerns and provides exceptional value through advocacy and business opportunities, networking and continuous interaction with Government, telecom operators and manufacturers and opinion makers. CMAI is known for National Telecom Awards and International Communications and Electronics Fair being organized in New Delhi, Shanghai, and Shenzhen.
Austrian Electrotechnical Association
The Austrian Electrotechnical Association (OVE) was founded in 1883, when electrical engineering was a new but fast developing technology. As the safe use of electrical equipment and installations was its main purpose, the association published the first safety regulations for electrical engineering already in 1889, being one of the first institutions for electrical standardization worldwide. Today, 125 years after the founding, the primary objectives of the association are still the same: electrotechnical standardization and certification ensure safety as well as technological and subsequently economic advance. OVE supports the economy in the global market and guarantees compliance with national as well as international standards and guidelines in an objective and independent manner.
Scientific Association for Infocommunications Hungary
Founded in 1949, the Scientific Association for Infocommunications (formerly known as Scientific Society for Telecommunications) is a voluntary and autonomous professional society of engineers and economists, researchers and businessmen, managers and educational, regulatory and other professionals concerned in the fields of telecommunications, broadcasting, electronics, information and media technologies in Hungary. The Scientific Association for Infocommunications (in Hungarian: HÍRKÖZLÉSI ÉS INFORMATIKAI TUDOMÁNYOS EGYESÜLET, HTE) has a membership of ca. 1200 individuals who are distinguished and highly qualified members of their professions and 60 corporate members. Among the corporate members, large companies and small-and-medium enterprises with industrial, trade, service-providing, research and development activities as well as educational institutions and other organizations can be found.
The IEICE-CS covers a wide range of research fields related to communications systems, with 19 regular technical committees and 10 fixed-term technical committees. Each committee forms a professional community and supports the activities of the IECE-CS through the planning of many events such as keynote lectures, symposia, and panel discussions held at IEICE General and Society Conferences. Some committees formulate plans for international symposia in their respective research fields, and technical meetings held jointly with overseas institutions outside Japan. Technical committees hold their meetings monthly or several times a year at various academic and research institutions in Japan, where the latest research developments achieved by universities, research institutes, and companies are presented and hot topics are discussed. The proceedings of each meeting are published as an IEICE Technical Report. IEICE-CS publishes English and Japanese transactions every month.
Swedish Society of Electrical and Computer Engineers
SER is the Swedish Society of Electrical and Computer Engineers with about 2000 members. Our aim is to foster contacts and collaboration between engineers as well as influence the development of technology and competence. We promote the development of a sustainable society through the use of electrical, electronics, computer and information technologies. To achieve this we use lectures, seminars, educational or company visits that cover a variety of topics. Our members get access to both formal and informal social networks. SER is a member of EUREL which is a cooperation between fellow societies in Europe. Membership includes free subscriptions to a couple of technical magazines. SER is independent from political and labour organisations.
Slovenian Society for Electronic Communication
SIKOM (Slovenian Society for Electronic Communications), established in 2005, is a specialized professional society in charge of electronic communications activities within EZS (Electrotechnical Association of Slovenia). It operates on the basis of its own program, and keeps up to date with the pertinent professional and organizational issues in the field of electronic communications and related areas. From the beginning of 2007 it took over the responsibility for the implementation of the Sister Society Agreement between IEEE ComSoc and EZS.