The 13th IEEE International Symposium on Consumer Electronics
May 25-28, 2009, Mielparque-Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan

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Greeting from General Chair of ISCE2009

On behalf of the organizing members, it is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the 13th IEEE International Symposium on Consumer Electronics (ISCE2009) to be held in Kyoto, Japan on May 25-28, 2009.

ISCE 2009, the 13th in the annual series held since 1997, will provide a forum for researchers, system developers, and service providers to share their ideas, designs, and experience in this emerging technology. ISCE is a truly international event and a sister conference to the successful International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE) held in the USA.

This symposium will be endorsed by a strong scientific and technical program and by the attendance of senior engineers and younger delegates from various countries.

The scientific and technical program will cover new and exciting research and developments such as home entertainment, mobile computing & communications, AV technology, RF & wireless, consumer networks, automotive entertainment & information, user interface & human interaction, security & right management, and enabling technology.

Also special keynote speeches will be prepared.

In addition, attractive keynote addresses concerning consumer electronics from famous people are being presented.

Kyoto, where ISCE2009 will be held, is a beautiful city and was previously the capital of Japan for 1000 years or more. There are the Kyoto Imperial Palace, many shrines such as Yasaka and Heian, famous temples such as Kinkaku and Kiyomizu, and many other tourist spots. You can eat delicious Japanese cuisine such as Kyo-Kaiseki and Yu-dofu. There is a rich Japanese culture such as the tea ceremony, flower arranging, Kiyomizu ware, and Nishijin textile. Kyoto is an attractive and beautiful city in all the four seasons.

I believe that it is very important for us to discuss interesting topics and exchange ideas.

Through this symposium, we will continue to stimulate and inspire with each other.

I hope you have an enjoyable stays in Kyoto in the spring of 2009.


Tomohiro Hase, General Chair of ISCE2009.


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