Euromicro is an international scientific, engineering and educational organization dedicated to advancing the arts, sciences and applications of Information Technology and Microelectronics. Euromicro was founded in 1973, inspired by the emerging microprocessor technology. Since then, Euromicro has been devoted to promoting research and technology transfer in its field, as well as discussing and disseminating of knowledge, information and skills in academia, industry, government and in education. As a truly international society Euromicro strictly adheres to impartiality in national and international affairs.
The Euromicro conferences and journals are known worldwide for their scientific quality and are a live testimony of how the commitment established 45 years ago is being fulfilled.
Euromicro conferences took place since 1974 in more than 20 countries all over Europe. DSD (Digital System Design) and SEAA (Software Engineering and Advanced Applications) are organized simultaneously and covers the most actual trends in embedded, high-performance and cyber-physical applications, hardware/software codesign, software engineering and advanced applications in information technology for software-intensive systems. Both conference (SEAA and DSD) have their own main and special tracks but the keynote speeches are always selected to be interesting and benefical for all participants.
This year, the Euromicro DSD/SEAA is located in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, which is one of the most attractive and most visited cities in Europe.
Date of the event: August 28, 2018
Faculty of Information Technology
Czech Technical University in Prague
Thákurova 9, 160 00 Prague 6
Czech Technical University in Prague is one of the biggest and oldest technical universities in Europe. It was founded on the initiative of Josef Christian Willenberg on the basis of a decree issued on January 18th, 1707 by Emperor Josef I.
Faculty of Information Technology has been established as the eighth faculty of the Czech Technical University in Prague on 1st July 2009.
Thanks to its location, Prague is easily accessible from all the major European airports. The Vaclav Havel Airport Prague is the nearest one. It offers the visitors of Prague a direct connection to around 130 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.
An advanced public transport system is available.
The local currency is the Czech Crown (CZK). The exchange rate is ~ 26 CZK for 1 EUR.