The International Conference Actual Problems of Electronic Instrument Engineering (APEIE) is a traditional international scientific conference sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) held every other year. It is organized by Novosibirsk State Technical University (NSTU) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in the R8 Siberian region. The conference grew out of the All-Union Conference Actual Problems of Electronic Instrument Engineering, which has been reporting since 1984. The conference has been held in Russia since 1984 when it was launched in Novosibirsk as a regional event. Since then, it has been held every other year, with only one break in 2020. Over the years, the total number of presentations has exceeded 10,000.
The conference usually lasts for four to five days. Typically, experts in the focus areas give tutorial talks on the first day, followed by technical sessions. Recent conferences have also included an increasing number of focused workshops and a commercial exhibition. It is especially worth noting that IEEE's involvement in organizing and helping to conduct the conference is constantly growing.
Figure 1. The first preserved cover of the conference.
The chronology of the conferences can be traced through the link: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/conhome/1000249/all-proceedings
The Actual Problems of Electronic Instrument Engineering conference has been a starting point for many renowned scientists in Russia and around the world.