CSSCC 2017:The 2017 International Conference on
Circuits, Systems, Signal Processing, Communications and Computers

Athens, Greece, April 9-11 2017

About the Conference

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 (Previous Conference: CSSCC 2016, Vienna, Austria, January 15-17, 2016)

PLENARY SPEAKERS:


Prof. E. A. Yfantis, Computer Science Dept., University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA, e-mail: yfantis@cs.unlv.edu
Title: "Computer Science Challeges and Opportunities"
Abstract: Computers captured the imagination and interest of people everywhere since the time of John Von Neumann. Computer Science jobs have been consistently on the rise and computer applications have been increasing exponentially. We live in magic times where computer science has affected every segment of society, every academic discipline, and the technology at large. The collective brain facilitated by the internet can provide more information than any encyclopedia of the past. The digital communication devices, which includes smart phones, tablets, etc., along with the social media and information available over the internet, marks a new era of information dissemination, that reach further, and have greater implications than ever. But the computer spectrum is very rich and includes automation, and new era of artificial intelligence that facilitates machine learning, machine intelligence and machine vision. More than ever, devices that were electromechanical in the past, now they have some or a great deal of intelligence. The cars of today have over a million lines of code to provide the needed control, safety, and intelligence. Self-driven cars with deep learning algorithms, helicopters, airplanes, that are computer controlled mark a new era in computer science with new challenges. As computer power increases, computationally intensive problems related to genetics can now be solved opening new opportunities and challenges in genetics. Real time vision and intelligence needed for robotics are challenges some of which have already been resolved, some being in the process of being solved, and some being the new challenges. Surgery, and telemedicine are some of the beneficiaries of the software-hardware advancements in robotics. The new digital communications, not only have improved satellite power, but have driven the satellite cost down, have improved communications, and decreased the size of the box, so that small satellites, and cube satellites, have more power, and perform more missions and better than the old large volume satellites, with less energy consumption. Space travel and space prob experiments depend heavily on computer controlled navigation systems, and many challenges are still waiting for solutions. Challenges of course create new opportunities for the current, and the generations to follow in computer science.

Prof. Dragana Krstic, Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Nis, SERBIA, e-mail: dragana.krstic@elfak.ni.ac.rs
Title: "Performance of Wireless Relay Communication Systems in Multipath Fading Channels"
Abstract: In wireless communications, fading is the main cause of attenuation the transmitted signal over propagation channel. Fading may vary with time, geographical position or frequency, and it is modeled as random process. A multipath fading channel is a communication channel containing multipath fading. Various statistical models explain the nature of multipath fading and several distributions describe the envelope of the received signal: Rayleigh, Rice, Nakagami-m, κ-μ, η-μ... The communication wireless relay mobile radio systems will be consider in this lecture. This system has several sections. The desired signal in sections is subjected to some kind of multipath fading. The outage probability is calculated for two cases. For the first case, the outage probability is defined as probability that the signal envelope in any sections falls below the specified threshold. The outage probability for this case can be calculated as Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF) of minimum of signal envelopes from sections. For the second case, the outage probability is defined as probability that output signal envelope falls down the determined threshold. The outage probability for this case is equal to the CDF of product of signal envelopes at sections. Also, useful closed form expression for average level crossing rate (LCR) are calculated. The resulting integrals are solved for example by using the Laplace approximating formula. Later, the expression for LCR can be used for calculating the average fade duration (AFD) of proposed relay system.

Prof. Zoran Bojkovic, Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia, e-mail: z.bojkovic@yahoo.com
Title: "Healthcare as Converging Technology for The Internet of Things"
Abstract: This work is assigned to researchers, professionals and academicians seeking to current research on upcoming advances in the Internet of Things ( IoT ). The motivation for invoking IoT healthcare services is the possibility to provide not only intelligent perception, but also human-to-human ( H2H ) , human- to- machine ( H2M ) and machine-to - machine ( M2M ) communications. The IoT incorporates transparently a large number of different and heterogeneous end systems, while providing open access to selected data for the development of digital healthcare services. The idea is to determine how IoT and healthcare provide to facilitate economics and societies in terms of sustainable development. This Plenary Lecture is structured as follows. At first, the presentation surveys IoT for healthcare together with services and applications security and technologies for promoting the corresponding services. Next, the future fifth generation ( 5G ) of mobile networks is described including healthcare services. The contribution of Internet of medical things is pointed out, too. Standardization activities and proposals for the future work conclude the presentation.

Prof. Milan Tuba, John Naisbitt University, Serbia, e-mail: tuba@ieee.org
Title: "Multilevel Image Thresholding: Methods and Applications"
Abstract: Digital images facilitated significant improvements in many areas, particularly because of the power of image processing techniques. These techniques usually include some preprocessing, normalization, denoising, etc. at the low level, then some middle level morphological analysis like edge detection, segmentation, shape detection, etc. and finally image understanding, object recognition and classification based on the previous two steps. Image segmentation is a very important and often used step in image processing where an image is partitioned into regions that represent areas of interest. Segmentation criteria may include region entropy or texture differentiation but most often intensity level thresholding is sufficient. Multiple level thresholding introduces combinatorial hard optimization problem since the number of possible solutions grows exponentially with the number of required thresholds. In such cases exhaustive search becomes unusable for more than five thresholds since computational time rises to many days on standard computers and increases 255-fold for each additional threshold. Swarm intelligence stochastic population based metaheuristics proved to be very successful for this problem. The other element that determines the successfulness of the segmentation is the choice of the threshold selection objective function which most often uses Kapur's entropy criterion or Otsu's between the groups difference. This plenary lecture will present some successful, mostly medical, image segmentations based on various thresholding criteria and optimization techniques.

Prof. Alexander Zemliak, Dept. of Physics and Mathematics, Autonomous University of Puebla, Puebla, Mexico & Institute of Technical Physics, National Technical University of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine , e-mail: azemliak@yahoo.com
Title: "Analog Circuit Optimization on Basis of Control Theory"
Abstract: The problem of reduction of time of designing of the complex analog systems can be defined as one of key tasks of modern electronics. This problem can be solved on the basis of a generalized approach to optimization of electronic circuits. The generalization of circuit optimization process can be formulated as a problem of minimization of a functional in theory of control. A special vector of control serves in this case as a principal tool for redistributing the computer time between the circuit analysis and the procedure of parametric optimization. The process of circuit designing is formulated in this case as a controllable dynamic system. We need to construct the optimal structure of the vector of control for realization the minimal-time algorithm of designing. Obtaining the optimal sequence of switching points of the control vector in the optimization process can be based on two ideas, the maximum principle of Pontryagin and direct method of Lyapunov. The Lyapunov function of the process of optimization serves as a principal function that separates the perspective strategies for the circuit designing. The optimization process of electronic circuit is formulated as a dynamic controllable system and this process corresponds to the transition process to bring the system in steady state. Stability analysis of each strategy of designing is based on direct method of Lyapunov and revealed a strong correlation between the time of designing and the main indicators of the process of designing, namely the Lyapunov function and its derivative. The strategies that have the greatest absolute value of the time derivative of Lyapunov function exhibit the greatest stability and have the least CPU time. This property is the basis for the constructing an optimal algorithm of designing. The total processor time reduction for the optimal algorithm is equal to thousands in comparison with traditional approach.

Prof. Mirella Amelia Mioc, Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Automatics and Computers, "Politehnica" University of Timisoara, Romania , e-mail: mirella.mioc@cs.upt.ro
Title: "Cryptographic Applications"
Abstract: Despite the fact that the scientific fundamentals of Coding Theory are already known for years it is important to present the news in this area. LFSR is one of the most popular elements for building a cryptographic generator because it's easy to be implemented in hardware. The concept of security was improved beginning with the first algorithms from Cryptography. All LFSRs used directly are insecure. Using LFSRs with many taps produces some sequences that seem more random and combining several LFSRs there is an improvement in achieving crypto security. Some analyses on using Irreducible Polynomials are developed in Identity Testing. Being at the limit between mathematics and informatics, the cryptology is in a continuous and constant development. Some approaches related to this development in research are focused in application from Knowledge Engineering as well as from Artificial Intelligence. A special research is about the security in networks and all the methods for obtain and keep it. For maximizing of network security must be used the specific node properties. There were developments in databases, policy, compliance and governance, financial fraud and others. Also architecture aspects from Multi-Security Domain Networks were proposed for military and commercial sector. Confidentiality, integrity and availability are the main goals for security services. Authenticity is also a goal to be achieved and for this software and hardware implementation can be used. Many methods were developed for increasing the security as: working in Galois Fields used by Daemen and Rijmen in Rijndael (AES) Algorithm or implementing modular multiplication. There are methods for studying the strengths and the weaknesses of a system. Over time several kinds of comparisons have been made between algorithms.

Prof. Christos D. Papageorgiou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece, e-mail: chrpapa@central.ntua.gr
Title: "Simulation of Schrodinger and Maxwell equations with electric transmission lines"
Abstract: 1. The equivalence of a non linear one dimensional differential equation with a non uniform electric transmission line
- The basic properties of the Electric Transmission Line
- Excitations
- Impedances
- Infinite homogeneous transmission lines
- Terminal impedances (short and open equivalent circuits)

2. The simulation of differential equations of Schrodinger and Maxwell with electric transmission lines
- Electron energy levels in atoms ( electrons in spherical traps)
- Quantum wires as linear electron traps
Linear and curved quantum wires and their properties
- Linear antenna's eigen-functions
- Optical layers as photon traps
- Spherical trapped Beltrami E.M waves

3. The simulation of coupled differential equations as coupled electric transmission lines
- Optical Fibers as cylindrical photon traps
- Holly Optical fibers

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Organizing Committee

General Chairs (Editors of Proceedings)

  1. Prof. Kleanthis Psarris,
    The City University of New York,
    USA
  2. Prof. Valeri Mladenov,
    Technical University of Sofia,
    Bulgaria
  3. Prof. Pierre Borne, IEEE France Section Chair,
    IEEE Fellow, IEEE/SMC Past President,
    Ecole Centrale de Lille, France
  4. Prof. George Vachtsevanos,
    Georgia Institute of Technology,
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Senior Program Chair

  1. Professor Philippe Dondon
    ENSEIRB
    Rue A Schweitzer 33400 Talence
    France

Program Chairs

  1. Professor Pierre Borne
    Dipartimento di Informatica e Sistemistica
    University of Naples "Federico II"
    Naples, Italy
  2. Prof. Constantin Udriste,
    University Politehnica of Bucharest,
    Bucharest
    Romania
  3. Professor Sandra Sendra
    Instituto de Inv. para la Gestión Integrada de Zonas Costeras (IGIC)
    Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
    Spain

Tutorials Chair

  1. Professor Pradip Majumdar
    Department of Mechanical Engineering
    Northern Illinois University
    Dekalb, Illinois, USA

Special Session Chair

  1. Professor Pavel Varacha
    Tomas Bata University in Zlin
    Faculty of Applied Informatics
    Department of Informatics and Artificial Intelligence
    Zlin, Czech Republic

Workshops Chair

  1. Professor Ryszard S. Choras
    Institute of Telecommunications
    University of Technology & Life Sciences
    Bydgoszcz, Poland

Local Organizing Chair

  1. Professor Klimis Ntalianis,
    Tech. Educ. Inst. of Athens (TEI), Athens, Greece

Publication Chair

  1. Professor Gen Qi Xu
    Department of Mathematics
    Tianjin University
    Tianjin, China

Publicity Committee

  1. Professor Reinhard Neck
    Department of Economics
    Klagenfurt University
    Klagenfurt, Austria
  2. Professor Myriam Lazard
    Institut Superieur d' Ingenierie de la Conception
    Saint Die, France

International Liaisons

  1. Professor Ka-Lok Ng
    Department of Bioinformatics
    Asia University
    Taichung, Taiwan
  2. Professor Olga Martin
    Applied Sciences Faculty
    Politehnica University of Bucharest
    Romania
  3. Professor Vincenzo Niola
    Departement of Mechanical Engineering for Energetics
    University of Naples "Federico II"
    Naples, Italy
  4. Professor Eduardo Mario Dias
    Electrical Energy and Automation
    Engineering Department
    Escola Politecnica da Universidade de Sao Paulo
    Brazil

Steering Committee

  • Professor Aida Bulucea, University of Craiova, Romania
  • Professor Zoran Bojkovic, Univ. of Belgrade, Serbia
  • Prof. Claudio Guarnaccia, University of Salerno, Italy
  • Professor Imre Rudas, Obuda University, Budapest, Hungary

Program Committee

  • Prof. Lotfi Zadeh (IEEE Fellow,University of Berkeley, USA)
  • Prof. Leon Chua (IEEE Fellow,University of Berkeley, USA)
  • Prof. Michio Sugeno (RIKEN Brain Science Institute (RIKEN BSI), Japan)
  • Prof. Dimitri Bertsekas (IEEE Fellow, MIT, USA)
  • Prof. Demetri Terzopoulos (IEEE Fellow, ACM Fellow, UCLA, USA)
  • Prof. Georgios B. Giannakis (IEEE Fellow, University of Minnesota, USA)
  • Prof. George Vachtsevanos (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
  • Prof. David Staelin (IEEE Fellow, MIT, USA)
  • Prof. Brian Barsky (IEEE Fellow, University of Berkeley, USA)
  • Prof. Aggelos Katsaggelos (IEEE Fellow, Northwestern University, USA)
  • Prof. Josef Sifakis (Turing Award 2007, CNRS/Verimag, France)
  • Prof. Hisashi Kobayashi (Princeton University, USA)
  • Prof. Kinshuk (Fellow IEEE, Massey Univ. New Zeland),
  • Prof. Leonid Kazovsky (Stanford University, USA)
  • Prof. Narsingh Deo (IEEE Fellow, ACM Fellow, University of Central Florida, USA)
  • Prof. Kamisetty Rao (Fellow IEEE, Univ. of Texas at Arlington,USA)
  • Prof. Anastassios Venetsanopoulos (Fellow IEEE, University of Toronto, Canada)
  • Prof. Steven Collicott (Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA)
  • Prof. Nikolaos Paragios (Ecole Centrale Paris, France)
  • Prof. Nikolaos G. Bourbakis (IEEE Fellow, Wright State University, USA)
  • Prof. Stamatios Kartalopoulos (IEEE Fellow, University of Oklahoma, USA)
  • Prof. Irwin Sandberg (IEEE Fellow, University of Texas at Austin, USA),
  • Prof. Michael Sebek (IEEE Fellow, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Prof. Hashem Akbari (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
  • Prof. Yuriy S. Shmaliy, (IEEE Fellow, The University of Guanajuato, Mexico)
  • Prof. Lei Xu (IEEE Fellow, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
  • Prof. Paul E. Dimotakis (California Institute of Technology Pasadena, USA)
  • Prof. M. Pelikan (UMSL, USA)
  • Prof. Patrick Wang (MIT, USA)
  • Prof. Wasfy B Mikhael (IEEE Fellow, University of Central Florida Orlando,USA)
  • Prof. Sunil Das (IEEE Fellow, University of Ottawa, Canada)
  • Prof. Panos Pardalos (University of Florida, USA)
  • Prof. Nikolaos D. Katopodes (University of Michigan, USA)
  • Prof. Bimal K. Bose (Life Fellow of IEEE, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA)
  • Prof. Janusz Kacprzyk (IEEE Fellow, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
  • Prof. Sidney Burrus (IEEE Fellow, Rice University, USA)
  • Prof. Biswa N. Datta (IEEE Fellow, Northern Illinois University, USA)
  • Prof. Mihai Putinar (University of California at Santa Barbara, USA)
  • Prof. Wlodzislaw Duch (Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland)
  • Prof. Tadeusz Kaczorek (IEEE Fellow, Warsaw University of Tehcnology, Poland)
  • Prof. Michael N. Katehakis (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA)
  • Prof. Pan Agathoklis (Univ. of Victoria, Canada)
  • Prof. P. Demokritou (Harvard University, USA)
  • Prof. P. Razelos (Columbia University, USA)
  • Dr. Subhas C. Misra (Harvard University, USA)
  • Prof. Martin van den Toorn (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
  • Prof. Malcolm J. Crocker (Distinguished University Prof., Auburn University,USA)
  • Prof. S. Dafermos (Brown University, USA)
  • Prof. Urszula Ledzewicz, Southern Illinois University , USA.
  • Prof. Dimitri Kazakos, Dean, (Texas Southern University, USA)
  • Prof. Ronald Yager (Iona College, USA)
  • Prof. Athanassios Manikas (Imperial College, London, UK)
  • Prof. Keith L. Clark (Imperial College, London, UK)
  • Prof. Argyris Varonides (Univ. of Scranton, USA)
  • Prof. S. Furfari (Direction Generale Energie et Transports, Brussels, EU)
  • Prof. Constantin Udriste, University Politehnica of Bucharest , ROMANIA
  • Dr. Michelle Luke (Univ. Berkeley, USA)
  • Prof. Patrice Brault (Univ. Paris-sud, France)
  • Dr. Christos E. Vasios (MIT, USA)
  • Prof. Jim Cunningham (Imperial College London, UK)
  • Prof. Philippe Ben-Abdallah (Ecole Polytechnique de l'Universite de Nantes, France)
  • Prof. Photios Anninos (Medical School of Thrace, Greece)
  • Prof. Ichiro Hagiwara, (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
  • Prof. Metin Demiralp ( Istanbul Technical University / Turkish Academy of Sciences, Istanbul, Turkey)
  • Prof. Andris Buikis (Latvian Academy of Science. Latvia)
  • Prof. Akshai Aggarwal (University of Windsor, Canada)
  • Prof. George Vachtsevanos (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
  • Prof. Ulrich Albrecht (Auburn University, USA)
  • Prof. Imre J. Rudas (Obuda University, Hungary)
  • Prof. Alexey L Sadovski (IEEE Fellow, Texas A&M University, USA)
  • Prof. Amedeo Andreotti (University of Naples, Italy)
  • Prof. Ryszard S. Choras (University of Technology and Life Sciences Bydgoszcz, Poland)
  • Prof. Remi Leandre (Universite de Bourgogne, Dijon, France)
  • Prof. Moustapha Diaby (University of Connecticut, USA)
  • Prof. Brian McCartin (New York University, USA)
  • Prof. Elias C. Aifantis (Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki, Greece)
  • Prof. Anastasios Lyrintzis (Purdue University, USA)
  • Prof. Charles Long (Prof. Emeritus University of Wisconsin, USA)
  • Prof. Marvin Goldstein (NASA Glenn Research Center, USA)
  • Prof. Costin Cepisca (University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Romania)
  • Prof. Kleanthis Psarris (University of Texas at San Antonio, USA)
  • Prof. Ron Goldman (Rice University, USA)
  • Prof. Ioannis A. Kakadiaris (University of Houston, USA)
  • Prof. Richard Tapia (Rice University, USA)
  • Prof. F.-K. Benra (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
  • Prof. Milivoje M. Kostic (Northern Illinois University, USA)
  • Prof. Helmut Jaberg (University of Technology Graz, Austria)
  • Prof. Ardeshir Anjomani (The University of Texas at Arlington, USA)
  • Prof. Heinz Ulbrich (Technical University Munich, Germany)
  • Prof. Reinhard Leithner (Technical University Braunschweig, Germany)
  • Prof. Elbrous M. Jafarov (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey)
  • Prof. M. Ehsani (Texas A&M University, USA)
  • Prof. Sesh Commuri (University of Oklahoma, USA)
  • Prof. Nicolas Galanis (Universite de Sherbrooke, Canada)
  • Prof. S. H. Sohrab (Northwestern University, USA)
  • Prof. Rui J. P. de Figueiredo (University of California, USA)
  • Prof. Valeri Mladenov (Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria)
  • Prof. Hiroshi Sakaki (Meisei University, Tokyo, Japan)
  • Prof. Zoran S. Bojkovic (Technical University of Belgrade, Serbia)
  • Prof. K. D. Klaes, (Head of the EPS Support Science Team in the MET Division at EUMETSAT, France)
  • Prof. Emira Maljevic (Technical University of Belgrade, Serbia)
  • Prof. Kazuhiko Tsuda (University of Tsukuba, Tokyo, Japan)
  • Prof. Milan Stork (University of West Bohemia , Czech Republic)
  • Prof. C. G. Helmis (University of Athens, Greece)
  • Prof. Lajos Barna (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
  • Prof. Nobuoki Mano (Meisei University, Tokyo, Japan)
  • Prof. Nobuo Nakajima (The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan)
  • Prof. Victor-Emil Neagoe (Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Romania)
  • Prof. E. Protonotarios (National Technical University of Athens, Greece)
  • Prof. P. Vanderstraeten (Brussels Institute for Environmental Management, Belgium)
  • Prof. Annaliese Bischoff (University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA)
  • Prof. Virgil Tiponut (Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania)
  • Prof. Andrei Kolyshkin (Riga Technical University, Latvia)
  • Prof. Fumiaki Imado (Shinshu University, Japan)
  • Prof. Sotirios G. Ziavras (New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA)
  • Prof. Constantin Volosencu (Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania)
  • Prof. Marc A. Rosen (University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada)
  • Prof. Alexander Zemliak (Puebla Autonomous University, Mexico)
  • Prof. Thomas M. Gatton (National University, San Diego, USA)
  • Prof. Leonardo Pagnotta (University of Calabria, Italy)
  • Prof. Yan Wu (Georgia Southern University, USA)
  • Prof. Daniel N. Riahi (University of Texas-Pan American, USA)
  • Prof. Alexander Grebennikov (Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico)
  • Prof. Bennie F. L. Ward (Baylor University, TX, USA)
  • Prof. Guennadi A. Kouzaev (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)
  • Prof. Eugene Kindler (University of Ostrava, Czech Republic)
  • Prof. Geoff Skinner (The University of Newcastle, Australia)
  • Prof. Hamido Fujita (Iwate Prefectural University(IPU), Japan)
  • Prof. Francesco Muzi (University of L'Aquila, Italy)
  • Prof. Les M. Sztandera (Philadelphia University, USA)
  • Prof. Claudio Rossi (University of Siena, Italy)
  • Prof. Christopher J. Koroneos (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)
  • Prof. Sergey B. Leonov (Joint Institute for High Temperature Russian Academy of Science, Russia)
  • Prof. Arpad A. Fay (University of Miskolc, Hungary)
  • Prof. Lili He (San Jose State University, USA)
  • Prof. M. Nasseh Tabrizi (East Carolina University, USA)
  • Prof. Alaa Eldin Fahmy (University Of Calgary, Canada)
  • Prof. Ion Carstea (University of Craiova, Romania)
  • Prof. Paul Dan Cristea (University "Politehnica" of Bucharest, Romania)
  • Prof. Gh. Pascovici (University of Koeln, Germany)
  • Prof. Pier Paolo Delsanto (Politecnico of Torino, Italy)
  • Prof. Radu Munteanu (Rector of the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
  • Prof. Ioan Dumitrache (Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania)
  • Prof. Corneliu Lazar (Technical University Gh.Asachi Iasi, Romania)
  • Prof. Nicola Pitrone (Universita degli Studi Catania, Italia)
  • Prof. Miquel Salgot (University of Barcelona, Spain)
  • Prof. Amaury A. Caballero (Florida International University, USA)
  • Prof. Maria I. Garcia-Planas (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain)
  • Prof. Petar Popivanov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria)
  • Prof. Alexander Gegov (University of Portsmouth, UK)
  • Prof. Lin Feng (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
  • Prof. Colin Fyfe (University of the West of Scotland, UK)
  • Prof. Zhaohui Luo (Univ of London, UK)
  • Prof. Mikhail Itskov (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
  • Prof. George G. Tsypkin (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)
  • Prof. Wolfgang Wenzel (Institute for Nanotechnology, Germany)
  • Prof. Weilian Su (Naval Postgraduate School, USA)
  • Prof. Phillip G. Bradford (The University of Alabama, USA)
  • Prof. Ray Hefferlin (Southern Adventist University, TN, USA)
  • Prof. Gabriella Bognar (University of Miskolc, Hungary)
  • Prof. Hamid Abachi (Monash University, Australia)
  • Prof. Karlheinz Spindler (Fachhochschule Wiesbaden, Germany)
  • Prof. Josef Boercsoek (Universitat Kassel, Germany)
  • Prof. Eyad H. Abed (University of Maryland, Maryland, USA)
  • Prof. F. Castanie (TeSA, Toulouse, France)
  • Prof. Robert K. L. Gay (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
  • Prof. Andrzej Ordys (Kingston University, UK)
  • Prof. Harris Catrakis (Univ of California Irvine, USA)
  • Prof. T Bott (The University of Birmingham, UK)
  • Prof. Petr Filip (Institute of Hydrodynamics, Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Prof. T.-W. Lee (Arizona State University, AZ, USA)
  • Prof. Le Yi Wang (Wayne State University, Detroit, USA)
  • Prof. George Stavrakakis (Technical University of Crete, Greece)
  • Prof. John K. Galiotos (Houston Community College, USA)
  • Prof. M. Petrakis (National Observatory of Athens, Greece)
  • Prof. Philippe Dondon (ENSEIRB, Talence, France)
  • Prof. Dalibor Biolek (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic)
  • Prof. Oleksander Markovskyy (National Technical University of Ukraine, Ukraine)
  • Prof. Suresh P. Sethi (University of Texas at Dallas, USA)
  • Prof. Hartmut Hillmer(University of Kassel, Germany)
  • Prof. Bram Van Putten (Wageningen University, The Netherlands)
  • Prof. Alexander Iomin (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel)
  • Prof. Roberto San Jose (Technical University of Madrid, Spain)
  • Prof. Minvydas Ragulskis (Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania)
  • Prof. Arun Kulkarni (The University of Texas at Tyler, USA)
  • Prof. Joydeep Mitra (New Mexico State University, USA)
  • Prof. Vincenzo Niola (University of Naples Federico II, Italy)
  • Prof. Ion Chryssoverghi (National Technical University of Athens, Greece)
  • Prof. Dr. Aydin Akan (Istanbul University, Turkey)
  • Prof. Sarka Necasova (Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Prof. C. D. Memos (National Technical University of Athens, Greece)
  • Prof. S. Y. Chen, (Zhejiang University of Technology, China and University of Hamburg, Germany)
  • Prof. Duc Nguyen (Old Dominion University, Norfolk, USA)
  • Prof. Tuan Pham (James Cook University, Townsville, Australia)
  • Prof. Jiri Klima (Technical Faculty of CZU in Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Prof. Rossella Cancelliere (University of Torino, Italy)
  • Prof. L.Kohout (Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA)
  • Prof. D' Attelis (Univ. Buenos Ayres, Argentina)
  • Prof. Dr-Eng. Christian Bouquegneau (Faculty Polytechnique de Mons, Belgium)
  • Prof. Wladyslaw Mielczarski (Technical University of Lodz, Poland)
  • Prof. Ibrahim Hassan (Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
  • Prof. Stavros J.Baloyannis (Medical School, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)
  • Prof. James F. Frenzel (University of Idaho, USA)
  • Prof. Mirko Novak (Czech Technical University in Prague,Czech Republic)
  • Prof. Zdenek Votruba (Czech Technical University in Prague,Czech Republic)
  • Prof. Vilem Srovnal,(Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic)
  • Prof. J. M. Giron-Sierra (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
  • Prof. Zeljko Panian (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
  • Prof. Walter Dosch (University of Luebeck, Germany)
  • Prof. Rudolf Freund (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
  • Prof. Erich Schmidt (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)
  • Prof. Alessandro Genco (University of Palermo, Italy)
  • Prof. Martin Lopez Morales (Technical University of Monterey, Mexico)
  • Prof. Ralph W. Oberste-Vorth (Marshall University, USA)
  • Prof. Vladimir Damgov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria)
  • Prof. Menelaos Karanasos (Brunel University, UK)
  • Prof. P.Borne (Ecole Central de Lille, France)

Topics of Interest

Circuits and Systems: Fundamental Theory, Network Theory and Applications, Nanostructures and nanotechnologies, Molecular Electronics, Molecular Computing, DNA Computing, Circuits and Networks inspired from Biology, Microelectronics, Microcircuits, Analog, Digital, Mixed-Mode Circuits, Electronics: Components, Devices, Systems, Silicon Devices: Technology, Modeling, Reliability, Optoelectronic Devices, Laser and Optical Systems, Thin Film Technologies, Very Large Scale Integration Systems (VLSI), Hardware/Software Codesign Very Large Scale Integration Systems (VLSI), Digital Filters, High Level Synthesis, Amplifiers, Nonlinear Circuits, Sensors, Physical Design, Time-Frequency and Wavelet Applications, Modelling and Simulation, CAD Tools, Circuits and Electronics for Data Conversion and S-D Modulation,  Prototype Devices and Measurement, Circuits and Systems for Control and Robotics, Electron Devices for Power Technology, High Voltages and Electric Machines, Device Physics, Physical Design, High-Level Synthesis and Testing, Non-Linear Circuits, Formal Verification, Semiconductors, Superconductivity Circuits, Computer-Aided Design, Instrumentation, Instrument-Computer Interface, Military Electronics, Electronics for Space exploration, Consumer Electronics, Circuits in Power Technology, Electron Devices for Video Technology, Circuits for Antennas Technology, Electron Devices and Systems for Radar and Sonar Systems, Circuit Models, Electrical and Electronic Measurement, Circuits for Industrial Applications, Circuit models for Electromagnetic Fields, Electronics for Signal Processing and other Applications, Neural Networks, Numerical Analysis and Circuits, Logic Synthesis, Automatic Control, Robotics, Dynamical Systems, Stochastic Systems, Simulation, Neural Networks, Fuzzy Systems, Evolutionary Computation, Fuzzy Logic and Circuits Design, Circuit Implementation for Fuzzy Systems, Multidimensional Circuits and Systems, Circuit Modelling and Scientific Computing with Applications in Science and Engineering. Systems Theory, Dynamical Systems, Control Systems, Control Engineering, Soft Computing, Simulation, Modelling, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Fuzzy Systems, Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithms, Knowledge Modelling, Decision Support Systems, Hierarchical Control Systems, Aerospace Systems, Lightwave Engineering, Stochastic Systems, Non-linear Systems, Telecommunication Systems, Information Systems, Multivariable systems, Hybrid Systems, Multirate Systems, Speech and Image Processing Systems, Discrete Event Dynamic Systems, Manufacturing Systems, Decentralised Systems, Remote Sensing, Microelectromechanical Systems. Human-Machine Systems, Image compression. Scientific visualization. Applications and Special Topics. Mathematical Theory of Control, Stability, Observability, Controlability, Factorizability, Reachability. Linear Control, Non-Linear Control. Optimal Control, Robust Control. Computational Intelligence. Neural Control, Fuzzy Control, Genetic Control, Hybrid (Neural-Fuzzy-Evolutionary) Methodologies, Intelligent Control, Stochastic Control, Discrete Control, Hierarchical Control, Large Scale Systems, Adaptive Control. Predictive Control, Process Control, H-infinity Control. Multivariable Control, Multidimensional Control, Multivariable Systems, Discrete Event Systems. Re-configurable Systems, Real-Time Control. Industrial Control, Control for Electric Machines. Control for Power Systems, Fault Detection. Simulation, Optimization, Identification. Estimation, Kalman Filtering, Robotics. Robotic Networks, Mechatronics, Artificial Intelligence, Circuits, Devices and Systems for Automation and Control. Electronics for Control, Electrical and Electronic Measurement, Signal Processing for Control, Human-Machine Systems and Cybernetics. Modeling and Simulation, Computer Networks for Control, Internet Control, Microprocessors, Computer Architecture for Control. Software tools for Control, CAD/CAM systems, Applications and Special Topics, Others ...
Signal Processing: Filter design and structures, Fast algorithms, Adaptive filters, Nonlinear Signals and Systems, Multirate filtering and filter banks, Signal reconstruction, Time-frequency analysis, Spectral estimation, Higher order spectrum analysis, Parameter estimation, Detection, Array signal processing, Statistical signal analysis, Signal and system modeling, Cyclostationary signal analysis, Speech production and perception, Speech analysis, Speech synthesis, Speech coding, Speech recognition, Speech enhancement and noise reduction, Active noise control, Active noise reduction, Echo cancellation, Psychoacoustics, Broadband audio coding, Signal processing for music, Binaural systems, Room acoustics, Digital transforms, HDTV, Multidimensional systems, Machine vision, Image coding, Image motion / sequence / video, Computed imaging, Geophysical and seismic processing, Image analysis and segmentation, Image filtering, restoration and enhancement, Image representation and modeling, Pattern recognition, Neural networks, Fuzzy Systems, Evolutionary computation, Expert systems, Multisensor Data Fusion, Architectures and VLSI hardware, Programmable signal processors, Algorithms and applications mappings, Design methology and CAD tools, Languages and real time software, Real time system estimation, Optimization problems in signal processing, Radar, Sonar, Biomedical processing, Geophysical signal processing, Underwater signal processing, Remote sensing, Robotics, Astronomy, Classification, Crime on the Web, Security. Publicity. Privacy. Reputation, Frauds in Business Reputation, Satellite signals processing, Measure and Instrumentation. Others...
Communications: Microwave Theory and techniques, CAD design for Microwave Systems, Antennas and Radars, Lightwave technology, Submillimeter-Wave techniques, Microwave High-Power techniques, Microwave and millimeter-Wave Integrated Circuits, Microwave and millimeter-Wave Integrated Solid State Devices, Microwave Acoustics, Filter and Passive Components, Microwave and Antennas Measurements, Microwave Superconductivity, RFIC's, Wave-guides, Microwave propagation, Ferrites devices. Cavities. Microwave Circuits, Periodic Structures and Filters, Tubes, Masers, Amplifiers, HF-VHF-UHF Engineering, Antennas, Reflectors and Lens Antennas, Arrays, Scattering, Propagation, Diffraction, Electromagnetic Compatibility Problems, Applied Electromagnetics, Electromagnetic Field, Numerical Methods for Electromagnetics, Mathematical Methods and Computational techniues for Microwaves, Mathematical Methods and Computational techniues for Antennas and Radars, Radio Engineering applications in Astronomy, Navigation, Aerospace Systems, Low noise techniques, Optical Fiber Systems, Communication Electronics, Signal Processing for Wireless Communication., Communications Switching and Routing, Physical Layer, ISDN, Computer Networks, Architectural Aspects, ATM Networks, Protocols, Network Architecture, Network Reliability, Narrow band and Broad band Networks, Modern Routing Problems, Privacy and Security Problems, Queuing Theory and Communications, Traffic Problems, Wireless and Mobile Computing, Communication Systems Integration, Cryptology, Military Communications, Internet, Programming Techniques in Communications Networks, Simulation Techniques in Telecommunications, Software for Communications Development and Simulation, Social Implications of Modern Communications, Soft Computing and Communications, Smart Interfaces, Computer/Communications Integration, Others ...
Computers: Computer Languages, Software Engineering, Data Structures, File Structures and Design, Data Bases, Compilers, Knowledge and Data Technology, Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, File Structures for on-line Systems, Operating Systems, Parallel and Distributed Systems, Information Systems, Complexity Theory, Computing Theory, Numerical and Semi-Numerical Algorithms, Object-Oriented Programming, Parallel Programming, Computerised Signal Processing, Computer Graphics, Computational Geometry, Machine Vision, Computer Elements, Computer Architecture, Computer Packaging, Fault Tolerance Computing, Mass Storage Systems, Microprocessors and microcomputers, Multiple valued Logic, Numerical Analysis, Finite Element, Genetic Algorithms, Game Theory, Operations Research, Optimization Techniques, Real Time Systems, Virtual Reality, Computer Algebra, Symbolic Computation, Simulation, Pattern Analysis, Machine Intelligence, Adaptive and Learning Systems, Classification, Identification, Chaos Fractals and Bifurcations, Analysis and design tools, Simulation, modelling, Emulation, Visualization, Digital Libraries, Hardware Engineering, Programming Techniques in Communications, Networks, Management and Economic Systems, Multimedia, Video technologies, Simulation Techniques Tools, Computers in Armed Forces, Software for Communications Development and Simulation, Social Implications of Modern Communications, Soft Computing and Communications, Smart Interfaces, Intelligent Systems, Supercomputers and Supercomputing, Internet and Internet Computing, Intelligent Agents, Mobile Computing, E-commerce, Privacy Problems, Hardware/Software Codesign, Cryptography, Computer/Communications Integration, Education, Others ...

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