Global Communications Conference
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The Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM) is an annual international academic conference organised by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Communications Society. The first GLOBECOM was organised by the Communications Society's predecessor in 1957, with the full name of "National Symposium on Global Communications". The seventh GLOBECOM, in 1965 was called the "IEEE Communications Convention" and after that the conference was renamed as the International Conference on Communications (ICC) and GLOBECOM was no longer organised.
By 1982, the need for a second annual international conference on communications was apparent, and so the IEEE National Telecommunications Conference was re-organised to be international in scope, and renamed to the "Global Communications Conference", resurrecting the GLOBECOM acronym. GLOBECOM has been held annually since.
Past and Upcoming ConferencesEdit
|History of the GLOBECOM conference|
|2022||Rio de Janeiro||Brazil|
|2019||Waikoloa, Hawaii||United States of America||9-13 December|
|2018||Abu Dhabi||United Arab Emirates||9-13 December|
|2016||Washington D.C.||United States of America||4-8 December|
|2015||San Diego||United States of America||6-10 December|
|2014||Austin||United States of America||8-12 December|
|2013||Atlanta||United States of America||9-13 December|
|2012||Anaheim||United States of America||3-7 December|
|2011||Houston||United States of America||5-9 December|
|2010||Miami||United States of America||6-10 December|
|2009||Honolulu||United States of America||30 November - 4 December|
|2008||New Orleans||United States of America||30 November - 4 December|
|2007||Washington, D.C.||United States of America||26-30 November|
|2006||San Francisco||United States of America||27 November - 1 December|
|2005||St. Louis||United States of America||28 November - 2 December|
|2004||Dallas||United States of America||29 November - 3 December|
|2003||San Francisco||United States of America||1-5 December|
|2001||San Antonio||United States of America||25-29 November|
|2000||San Francisco||United States of America||27 November - 1 December|
|1999||Rio de Janeiro||Brazil||5-9 December|
|1997||Phoenix, Arizona||United States of America||3-8 November|
|1996||London||United Kingdom||18-22 November|
|1994||San Francisco||United States of America||28 November - 2 December|
|1993||Houston||United States of America||29 November - 2 December|
|1992||Orlando, Florida||United States of America||6-9 December|
|1991||Phoenix, Arizona||United States of America||2-5 November|
|1990||San Diego||United States of America||2-5 December|
|1989||Dallas||United States of America||27-30 November|
|1988||Hollywood, Florida||United States of America||28 November - 1 December|
|1986||Houston||United States of America||2-4 December|
|1985||New Orleans||United States of America||2-5 December|
|1984||Atlanta||United States of America||26-29 November|
|1983||San Diego||United States of America||28 November - 1 December|
|1982||Miami||United States of America||29 November - 2 December|
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