We found that the site: www.anti-plagiarism.org maintained by a large committee of well-known academicians discovered before us that IEEE EEEIC is a fake IEEE conference.
It seems that the fake IEEE conferences, and in general the fake conferences is a really poisson in our academic life.
We received a comment by Prof. Zbigniew Leonowicz
claiming that he has really received IEEE Sponsorhip.
Of course, he has. We do not doubt at all.
But exactly, this is the problem: How can IEEE grant sponsorship or co-sponsorship to a clearly scam conference?
We are absolutely sure that the IEEE sells its name to dubious conference organizers for some thousand dollars.
A new IEEE SPAM message invaded in our PCs today. Enjoy it. If some small conference organizer like Hamid Arabnia or like Nagib Callaos had ever sent this kind of nasty SPAM, the academic community would kill them via the various blogs. But it is not fare to fight the the small conference organizers (Hamid Arabnia, Nagib Callaos etc...) and leave the "big fish" unpunished!
Admire the IEEE Spam now:
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Dear Participants, Dear Friends,www.anti-plagiarism.org
On behalf of the Organizing and Scientific Committee we would like to express our deepest gratitude to You. For your excellent contributions, your talks, your participation. [We had never participated in this IEEE Conference though]
Thanks to you the EEEIC 2010 was so interesting, fruitful and memorable event !
Some pictures are posted here:http://eeeic.eu/2009/08/21/history/ [We had never participated in this IEEE Conference though]
If you would like to publish your photos or movies, please upload them by FTP to the conference site and drop an email with informations to email@example.com
* FTP Username: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Password: pictureeeeic2010
* FTP Server: ftp.eeeic.eu
* FTP Server Port: 21
* Quota: 5000 MB
Dear Participants ! We all hope to meet you again in Rome in May 2011 !
[We had never participated in this IEEE Conference though]
Zbigniew Leonowicz, PhD
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