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HISTELCON refers to a series of historical symposia sponsored by IEEE Region 8 that aims to to serve as catalyst for exchange of ideas on engineering and technology history within Region 8 (though from a broader global perspective) from different technological fields. Participants with different backgrounds – engineers, historians, researchers in Science, Technology and Society, Museum curators etc. are brought together in order to help in creating a network between researchers and practitioners from academia and industry. The IEEE History Center and IEEE History Committee have usually served as technical cosponsors. The following conferences have been held:  
 
HISTELCON refers to a series of historical symposia sponsored by IEEE Region 8 that aims to to serve as catalyst for exchange of ideas on engineering and technology history within Region 8 (though from a broader global perspective) from different technological fields. Participants with different backgrounds – engineers, historians, researchers in Science, Technology and Society, Museum curators etc. are brought together in order to help in creating a network between researchers and practitioners from academia and industry. The IEEE History Center and IEEE History Committee have usually served as technical cosponsors. The following conferences have been held:  
  
2008 in Paris:  "History of Telecommunications"
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2008 in Paris:  "History of Telecommunications"  
  
2010 in Madrid:  "One Hundred Years of Broadcasting"
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[http://www.ieeer8.org/history/120-attendees-at-histelcon-2010/ 2010 in Madrid:&nbsp;&nbsp;"One Hundred Years of Broadcasting"(3 - 5 November)]<br>
  
 
2012 in Pavia:&nbsp; "
 
2012 in Pavia:&nbsp; "

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HISTELCON

HISTELCON refers to a series of historical symposia sponsored by IEEE Region 8 that aims to to serve as catalyst for exchange of ideas on engineering and technology history within Region 8 (though from a broader global perspective) from different technological fields. Participants with different backgrounds – engineers, historians, researchers in Science, Technology and Society, Museum curators etc. are brought together in order to help in creating a network between researchers and practitioners from academia and industry. The IEEE History Center and IEEE History Committee have usually served as technical cosponsors. The following conferences have been held:

2008 in Paris:  "History of Telecommunications"

2010 in Madrid:  "One Hundred Years of Broadcasting"(3 - 5 November)

2012 in Pavia:  "