Conference Secretary at:
1st floor of Physics and Mathematics
Section of Electronics & Computers.
Tel.: + 30 2310 998071


MOCAST is Technically Sponsored by:




5 - 7 July 2021

Thessaloniki, Greece


The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our priority. In response to conditions caused by COVID-19, MOCAST 2021 will be held virtually.

The virtual conference can be accessed with the following links 

MOCAST 2021: First Day (5th July, 2021)

Time: July 5, 2021 07:50 AM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna Zoom link
Meeting ID: 938 1764 4353
Passcode: 790162

MOCAST 2021: Second Day (6th July, 2021)

Time: July 6, 2021 07:50 AM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna Zoom link
Meeting ID: 926 1436 6543
Passcode: 992273

MOCAST 2021: Third Day (7th July, 2021)

Time: July 7, 2021 08:00 AM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna Zoom link
Meeting ID: 948 9890 1414
Passcode: 274136


The International Conference on Modern Circuits and Systems Technologies (MOCAST) on Electronics and Communications aims to bring together leading academic and industrial scientists and researchers to exchange and share their knowledge and experiences about all aspects of Circuits and Systems. It also provides a forum for exchanging ideas, discussing research results, and presenting practical applications in the areas of modeling, design, simulation, synthesis and implementation of Circuits and Systems. It provides an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary forum for researchers, engineers and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in these fields.

MOCAST takes place in Thessaloniki, Greece. Thessaloniki sits in north Greece in a city which never doubted its own cultural identity and its millennia of existence, it stands there since 315BC. Historically one of Europe’s oldest and most multiethnic cities, Thessaloniki is home to architectural marvels that testify to its centrality in Byzantine, Ottoman and Sephardic Jewish history. The city is anchored by Aristotelous Square, where curved, columned facades open to the waterfront in one direction and frame views of the historic Ano Poli (Upper City) in the other. Though it has only about one million people, compared with Athens’ five million, Salonika is widely considered the cultural capital of Greece. Thessaloniki is truly unique in the sense that it intricately marries its thousands-year-old multicultural heritage with cutting-edge art performances and cinematic avant-garde.


Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore




Extended versions of the conference papers may be submitted to

Special Issues in MDPI journals


Telecom **Free of Charge** at



Electronics (dicounts are considered)




Electronics (dicounts are considered) for Machine Learning papers



Technologies (dicounts are considered)