Tallinn University of Technology

BEC2024 is coming in October 2024!

The 19th Biennial Conference on Electronics and Embedded Systems will be held in Estonia on October 2–4, 2024. Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) has hosted previous Baltic Electronics Conferences since the year 1996.

The aim of the Conference is to promote research and development in the field of electronics and embedded systems, particularly in the Baltic Sea region.

We have released a preliminary Call for Papers


Steering Committee


Call for Papers (Preliminary)

Submission Guideline & Paper Format

Submission Guidelines

Prospective authors are requested to submit a full paper of four to six  A4 pages including illustrations and references, in English, in the format of a PDF file.

Accepted papers will be published as submitted in the Conference Proceedings that will be provided to all participants at the beginning of the Conference. To have the paper included in the final programme, proceedings, and IEEE Xplore, the presenting author must register as a regular attendee (or as a degree student if applicable).
As an IEEE policy, the papers by no-show authors will not be included in the IEEE Xplore.

For further information concerning the scientific program and submitted contribution, please contact Prof. Yannick Le Moullec or Prof. Peeter Ellervee.

Paper Format

The purpose of a conference template is to provide a consistent format for papers appearing in the conference proceedings. IEEE strongly encourages use of the conference manuscript templates provided below. 

IEEE conference templates contain guidance text for composing and formatting conference papers. Please ensure that all guidance text is removed from your conference paper prior to submission to the conference. 

Failure to remove template text from your paper may result in your paper not being published.


Download A4 (*.doc, 30kb)

The submission environment will be opened on January 15


The 19th Biennale of the BEC2024 will be held in charming Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, which is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Europe. The Baltic Electronics Conference is organized by the Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech).

The event venue is Nordic Hotel Forum (****), a unique, non-chain, cozy and modern, nature-friendly hotel promoting anti-allergy concepts and renovated in 2021. 

Address: Viru väljak 3,Tallinn, Estonia

Please note the changes in the traffic and public transportation in Tallinn City center. Go to the section: Plan Your Trip!

The venue is centrally located in the heart of the downtown with access to Old Town just behind the corner.

Plan Your Trip

Travel information, arrival in Tallinn, and how to get around here, are well described on the Visit Tallinn portal "Plan your trip".

One also finds updated advice on the events, eating out and other important details to make the most of your stay in Tallinn and prolong your stay before or after the conference.

Visit TallinnArrival & departure - Visit Tallinn

E.g. Tram line No. 4, which used to be the direct transfer from the airport to Nordic Hotel Forum (conference venue), is not operating.

Public transport:

from the airport to the city center (about 30 min):

Bus no 2, detailed info -> Journey plannerAirport info 

from the harbor to the city center (about 30 min):

Bus no 20A, detailed info  ->  Journey plannerHarbour info 

Navigation and traffic for drivers: Waze 

Tallinn helpline: 14 410


Social Activities

Social activities will be published in 2024


Organization of the BEC2024  would not be possible without corporate supporters and technical sponsors. 


If you are interested in supporting the event please contact bec@taltech.ee for options. 

We are very grateful for your help and will make sure that it is noticed!