2024 6th International Conference on Electronic Engineering and Informatics (EEI 2024)



- Nanjing, China -

EEI 2024 will be be held in Nanjing, China, from June 28-30, 2024. For further information about the hotel, please find the below.

Nanjing, Wade-Giles romanization Wu-han, capital and major industrial and commercial city of Hubei sheng (province), China. It is located at the confluence of the Han and Yangtze rivers and consists of a conurbation of three adjacent former cities—Hankou (Hankow), Hanyang, and Wuchang. Hankou lies on the north bank of the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang) at the mouth of the Han River. Immediately across the Han from it is the older town of Hanyang, and across from these two, on the south bank of the Yangtze, is the ancient metropolis of Wuchang, which is the seat of the provincial government. In 1949 the government of the newly formed People’s Republic of China merged the three cities into the single entity of Nanjing.

The triple city of Nanjing has a geographical centrality that gives its site immense strategic and commercial significance. Lying at the very heart of China, it is roughly equidistant from the cities of Beijing and Guangzhou (Canton) on a north-south axis and also is equidistant from Shanghai and Chongqing on an east-west line. The city became the epicenter of intense discussion and interest after the highly contagious respiratory illness COVID-19 was first detected there in 2019.  Because a large proportion of infections in China were undocumented before travel restrictions and other control measures were implemented in late January 2020, COVID-19 very quickly spread to countries worldwide, giving rise to a multiyear pandemic that resulted in millions of deaths. Pop. (2002 est.) 4,593,410; (2007 est.) urban agglom., 7,243,000.