Smart Applications & Technologies for Electronic Engineering, SATEE 2018

With support of Romanian Chapter of IEEE Instrumentation and Measurements

© România 2022

Welcome to SATEE 2018!
June 21st-23th, 2018

The SATEE is a conference for sharing breakthroughs in research, emerging technologies, and success stories in industrial smart electronics and its applications. The SATEE 2018 will be held in Alba Iulia, Romania during 21-23 june, 2018. Researchers and engineers from industry, research, and academia are cordially invited to participate in an array of presentations, tutorials, and social activities for the advancement of science, technology, engineering education, and fellowship.

The organizing committee of SATEE 2018 extends a cordial invitation to you to come to Alba Iulia in a place that is recognized as one of the most attractive cities of the world.  Please have a look at some pieces of information:

- Dacian political, economic and social center named Apulon. When this area became a Roman province, Dacia Apulensis district was established here, and the city was known as Apulum. Apulum was one of the largest centers in Roman Dacia and the seat of the XIII Gemina Legion.

- Later, in the 9th century, the city was mentioned under the name of Belgrad / Belograd (“White Castle” in Slavic languages).

- Under the name Gyulafehérvár, Alba Iulia became the capital of the Principality of Transylvania in 1541, a status it was to retain until 1690.

- On the other hand, the Treaty of Weissenburg (the German name of the city) was signed in the town in 1551. It was during the reign of Prince Gabriel Bethlen that the city reached a high point in its cultural history, with the establishment of an academy.

- The main historical area of Alba Iulia is the upper city, developed extensively by Charles VI of the Holy Roman Empire. The Habsburgs renamed the city Karlsburg in honor of Charles. The upper city’s fortress with seven bastions, in a star shape, was constructed between 1716–1735 by Giovanni Morando Visconti, in a Vauban style.

- In 1918, on 1 December, tens of thousands of Romanians, representatives of the Transylvanian Saxons, and other minorities of Transylvania, gathered in Alba Iulia on December 1, to vote the proclamation of the Union of Transylvania with the Kingdom of Romania.

- In 1922, Ferdinand of Romania was symbolically crowned King of Romania in Alba Iulia in an act which mirrored the achievement of Michael the Brave. The Reunification Cathedral was built between 1921-1923, 

- A list of historical objectives: Alba Carolina fortress, Bathyaneum library, Reunification Cathedral, Roman Catholic Cathedral, National Museum of Unification, The Unification Hall.

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