13-14 May, 2021


2021 IEEE Ural Symposium on Biomedical Engineering, Radioelectronics and Information Technology

Dear participants, please read Second Call for Papers.

The purpose of the 2021 IEEE Ural Symposium on Biomedical Engineering, Radioelectronics and Information Technology (USBEREIT) is to bring together researchers and practitioners from multiple areas of radio science, including biomedical engineering, radioelectronics, information technology, information security and others. 

Unfortunately, the epidemiological situation is unstable. We cannot guarantee safety for all participants. Therefore 2021 USBEREIT will be held online. The health and safety of our participants and staff is the number one priority of IEEE.  

The conference will host the «Young Professionals Involvement (YPI)» competition organized by IEEE R8 Russia (Siberia) Young Professionals Affinity Group. The main aim of YPI is to involve the young professionals community in the current scientific and practical problems discussion, as well as to create a modern communication platform for the ideas exchange between young professionals and scientists. 

All accepted and presented full papers will be submitted for inclusion in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
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For more details, please follow: Author Guidelines.



Pavel Braslavski

Ural Federal University

Computational humor

Konstantin Danilenko

Scientific Research Institute of Neuroscience & Medicine

Clinical Research Director
Behavioral and physiological consequences of acoustic neurostimulation during slow-wave sleep

Vera Drozdova

Siberian State University of Telecommunication and Information Sciencies

Associated Professor
5G Control Resource Set #0 Software Development Issues

Mikhail Kurnosov

Siberian State University of Telecommunications and Information Sciences

Optimizing Barrier Algorithms on Asymmetric Subsystems of NUMA Machines

Mirco Raffetto

University of Genoa

Recent evolutions of the theory of computational electromagnetics to overcome the difficulties introduced by modern applications

Dmitry Telyshev

Institute for bionic technologies and engineering of Sechenov University

Artificial heart: translation principles

Conference Fees

Regular for Russian citizens
IEEE Member

Conference fees paid for each publication included in the conference program.

The fees should be paid after the acceptance of the paper.

IEEE membership proof is the valid IEEE card or on line access to My IEEE database, at the time of the Conference.

Please note, the papers that will not be presented at the Conference will be excluded from the USBEREIT proceedings (in accordance with the policy of IEEE Xplore "No-Shows").

One person can be author (or co-author) of no more than three papers.