The "XIII Spanish Portuguese
Conference on Electrical Engineering (XIIICHLIE)",
will take place at:Polythecnical University of Valencia (UPV).
Politécnica de Valencia (UPV)
Camino de Vera, s/n
46022 Valencia (Spain)
Submissions digest due: 30, March 15, 2013 New (*)
- Notification of acceptance: March 30,
- Registration, full payment and final paper due: May 15, 2013.
(*) Submit your
digests of a minimum of two A4 double columns pages, in Adobe Acrobat
(.pdf) or MS Word (.doc), with the title of the paper, authors, your
complete contact information and electronic address, five key words,
interest of the work, objectives, main contributions and the four most
important references at:firstname.lastname@example.org All the papers
will be evaluated by the International Program Committee.
Valencia lies on
the Mediterranean coast on the plain of the river Turia, surrounded
by hinterland hills rarely higher than 100 metres.
It is the third city in Spain and well communicated with the rest of
the country and main international destinations.
Valencia has an
international airport situated eight km. west of the city. There is
a frequent bus-service from the terminal to the city centre and taxi-service.
train station is situated in the city centre. Trains arrive and depart
for all national and international destinations. It also caters for
local destinations within the Valencian Province.
is principally an industrial port it also operates a frequent ferry
service to the Balearic Islands and is the starting point for many Mediterranean
It is well connected
to the city centre by a number of frequent bus routes.
The AP-7 motorway
runs down the east coast of Spain connecting Valencia to the main European
motorway network and to A-23 Sagunto-Somport and the A-3 Madrid-Valencia
dual carriageway. Most coach services arrive and depart from Valencia
Central Bus Station
a mild temperate Mediterranean climate. The average annual temperature
is 17ºC with warm summers and very mild winters, rarely below 10ºC.
There is only light rainfall mainly in autumn and the beginning of spring.