EECS 2018 encourages you to organize a Special Session or a Minisymposium.
You must send us your proposal for a Special Session including:
Title, Organizer (you), Aim, Topics.
See an example below.
Benefits for successful session (workshop or Minisymposium) organizer*
1. For every 5 fully registered papers, the organizer is entitled to submit a sixth paper without paying any registration fees.
2. Successful Session organizers will be included in the Committee of EECS 2019 Conference (provided that they are faculty members in a university)
3. Successful Session organizers will Chair their session
4. Successful Session organizers will receive an additional ticket for the banquet
5. Successful Session organizers will receive a Certificate for the organization of their session
*Successful Session is any session with 5 or more than registered papers with fully registration
Special Session 1: “New Technologies and Tools for Intelligent Transportation Systems and Electric Mobility”
Chair-Organizers: Michela Longo (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Stefano Bracco (University of Genoa, Italy),
Special Session 2: Advances in The Artificial Intelligence And Cloud Computing Technologies
Chair-Organizer: Dr.-Ing. Walid Hussein, Faculty of Informatics and Computer Science, The British University in Egypt, Cairo, Egypt
• Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence
• Business Aspects of IT Convergence
• Cloud Computing
• Computer Vision
• Computer in Agriculture
• Computing in Medical Service/Technology
• Big Data and Data Mining
• Database Systems
• Digital Signal and Image Processing
• Distributed and Parallel Systems
• Formal Methods
• High performance and Next Generation Computing
• Human Computer Interaction
• Information Technology for Smart Cities
• Wireless Networks
• Internet and Web Applications
• Knowledge and Data Engineering
• Mobile computing
• Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
• System Security and Control
• Cloud Architecture and Virtualization
• Cloud Services and Applications
• High Performance Computing in/with the Cloud
• Green data centers • Resource provisioning, monitoring, management & maintenance
Special Session 3: Adavanced techniques in the design and control of electrical machines
Prof, Dr. AbdelGhani AISSAOUI, University of Bechar, Algeria. Email: email@example.com
Prof. Dr. Ahmed TAHOUR, University of Mascara, Algeria. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aim: Electrical machines have been subject of a huge development. New concepts in design and control allow expanding their applications in different field. They are considered important components in many industrial applications as: power systems, electrical vehicles, and home appliances. The main parts of the electrical drive systems are electrical machines. With the advent of power electronics new possibilities appear for the control of electrical machines with variable speed. Their technical performance and economical design opened a new philosophy of drive applications.
• Electric machines : Synchronous machines, Induction Machines, Reluctance machines, …
• Control of electric machines ;
• Power plant ;
• Wind turbine.
Special Session 4: Development, compensation and exploitation of power system
Dr. TEDJINI hamza, University of Bechar, Algeria. Email: email@example.com
Pr. ABDELKHALEK othmane, University of Bechar, Algeria. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Aim: Development of power networks is an actual objective, several propositions and solutions are integrated to satisfy the augmentation demands of electrical power, like integration of a new power sources and many technics of compensation.
• High voltage applications and plasma.
• Power quality.
• Energy storage systems.
• Power systems optimization.
• Renewables energies integrations and applications.
Special Session 5: New Developments in Consensus-related Problems for Complex Networked Systems
Associate Prof. Yilun SHANG, Department of Computer and Information Sciences, Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK. Email: email@example.com
Aim: During the last years, consensus problems for complex networked systems composed of interconnected interacting agents have found an ever-increasing number of applications in various areas, such as swarm dynamics, smart grids, sensor networks, intelligent transportation systems, unmanned aerial vehicles, telerobotics and military. The design of consensus protocols takes advantage of nearest neighbor interaction rules, which renders a framework of distributed multi-agent systems so that the group of dynamic agents can reach an agreement or consensus on certain desired cooperative task. The growing complexity of the communication topology and agents' dynamics along with the great demands on system performance brings numerous challenges including consensus under switching topologies, interdependent networks, time-varying transmission delays, parameter variations, uncertainties, nonlinearities, etc. Moreover, deep links between network science and control theory have been gradually revealed within the last couple of years, which shed light into the consensus problem and make it a promising direction.
Topics: The goal of this special session is to highlight and address the advances and challenges as well as providing insights and solutions to open issues associated to the following topics:
• Mathematical modeling and analysis of consensus processes
• Synchronization of complex networks
• Controllability and observability of complex networks
• Distributed computation and distributed estimation
• Coordination in networked systems
• Formation control problems
• Consensus problems in networked dynamical systems
• Consensus related problems in engineering, biological, economic and social sciences