ICCSS 2017 takes effort to invite outstanding speakers consistent with the goal of making ICCSSs reflective of the high standards of excellence.
Experts in the area of Circuits, System , and Simulation are welcome to join the conference. The applicant should be above associate professor, researchers, and engineers.
If you would like to deliever an invited speech in ICCSS 2017, please send your latest CV, Speech Title, Abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prof. Ezendu Ariwa, University of Bedfordshire, UK
Professor Ezendu Ariwa is Professor of Practice in Computing at the University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom, Faculty of Computer Science and Technology. He also holds the position of Visiting Professor, Gulf University, Bahrain, Visiting Professor, University of Lagos, Nigeria and Visiting Professor, Kano State Polytechnics, Nigeria as well as Visiting Affiliate of the Green IT Observatory, RIMT University, Australia and Visiting Affiliate of ICT University, USA. He also holds the position of Director - Technical and Non-Executive Director and Research Professor for Enterprise Projects at Sun Bio IT Solutions Pvt. Ltd, India. He is also a member of the Elite Group of The British Computer Society (BCS), member of British Institute of Facilities Management and Fellow of Global Strategic Management, Inc., Michigan, USA and Member of the UK Council for Health Informatics. He is the Co-ordinator of the Digital Enterprise Research Group (DERG), African Research in Business Group (ARBG) and working with the team to achieve African Business and Enterprise Research Observatory (ABERO) at the London Metropolitan Business School. The ABERO achieved good collaboration with multicultural SMEs in the United Kingdom, with respect to mentoring and working on joint professional development enterprise programmes. He has experience of doctoral research supervision as well as doctoral external examiner for various Universities both in the UK and internationally. He has a good research profile and the Founding Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Green Computing (IJGC), Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Computing and Digital Systems (IJCDS), Journal of E-Technology, and the Associate Editor of the International Journal of E-Politics and the Associate Editor of International Journal of Distributed Systems and Technologies (IJDST). He is a member of Policy Co-ordination Committee of the International Research Foundation for Development (A Corporation of NGO in special Consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations). His research interest includes: Green Technology and Corporate Sustainability, Strategic Information Systems, E-Learning and Knowledge Management, Consumer Electronics and Broadcast Technology, ICT for Development and Facilities Management, Knowledge Transfer in Developing Economy, Open Learning and Social Enterprise, Green Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility, Renewable Energy and Climate Change, Social Media and Energy Management Systems.
Abstract: This research concerns Consumer Electronics and Green Technology Sustainability for Facilities Management in Electronics Retail Sectors. The research demonstrates the benefits of Consumer Electronics driven Facilities Management (CEdFM) and emphasised that it may be realized in a number of ways. The approach in this research work, given the immaturity of the Consumer Electronics driven Facilities Management field, is exploratory and descriptive. This research treats the claims of the benefits made by proponents of various Consumer Electronics driven Facilities Management (CEdFM) approaches, and the application of such approaches to the electronics retail sectors. The research gives a means of addressing the questions "What Consumer Electronics driven Facilities Management practices are used by certain Electronic retailers, what benefits do they identify, and how do these benefits compare to the stances taken in the Consumer Electronics driven Facilities Management and Electronic retailing literatures?" One feature of the CEdFM literature that receives particular attention here is the contrast some see between traditional Facilities Management practices and the emerging set of Consumer Electronics driven Facilities Management possibilities. Retailing, and in particular, electronic retailing is chosen as the sector for study, in order to provide a Consumer Electronics - literate background where these two contrasting sets of claims might be investigated. Green Technology Sustainability remains an essential aspect of providing pedagogical portfolio for delivering Consumer Electronics driven Facilities Management that will enable the achievement of energy savings and environmental sustainability in the business and industrial sectors. The issue of virtual usability and awareness management strategy may result in achieving excellence in energy efficiency and usage, environmental considerations and energy re-use strategic models. The return on investment (ROI) as strategic outcome of the model may restore organizations with huge energy wastage without thinking of cost, environmental impact and carbon emissions. This research aims to identify the problems, and investigate the technological gap and management set back in terms of resource utilization within the UK Consumer Electronics driven Facilities Management companies. As the key research intentions stated that this research investigation is based on an assumption that: 'there is a significant gap between the Consumer Electronics driven Facilities Management based approach and the traditional facilities management practices due to low level of investment in Research and Development (R&D) and the short-term views of company management on capital investment and the returns that Consumer Electronic retailers see as immediately required'. The British economy grows at a European rate. To bring Britain to the level of technology enjoyed by competitors in Consumer Electronics driven Facilities Management companies will require high investment in Consumer Electronics industries.
Dr. BRANISLAV VUKSANOVIC, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, UK
Branislav Vuksanovic was born in Osijek, Croatia in 1962. He graduated from the University of Belgrade, Serbia with degree in Electrical and Power Engineering. He holds MSc degree in Measurement and Instrumentation from South Bank University, London and a PhD in Active Noise Control from the University of Huddersfield, UK. Previously, he worked as a Project Engineer for Croatian Electricity Board in Osijek, Croatia. During his academic career he worked as a Research Fellow at Sheffield and Birmingham Universities on Optical Brain Imaging and Medical Video Compression projects. He also worked as a Lecturer at the University of Derby where he was a member of Sensors and Controls Research Group. Currently he works as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Portsmouth, School of Engineering. He has published papers in the field of active noise control, biomedical signal processing and pattern recognition for intrusion detection and knowledge based authentication. He also published one book in Digital Electronics and Microcontrollers field. Dr Branislav Vuksanovic is a member of IET, ILT and IACSIT. His current research interests are in the application of pattern recognition techniques for power systems and analysis of ground penetrating radar and ECG data..
Abstract: This talk will cover basic theory and some applications of a special group of algorithms and techniques used for digital signal processing known as adaptive digital filters. Those filters are different from the ordinary, fixed digital filters in a sense that they can change their behaviour and properties during the operation by changing its coefficients. This leads to interesting properties of those algorithms and wide range of applications. Main theory and rules behind the adaptive coefficients change will be described in this talk and the main equations used to implement some basic adaptive algorithms given. Four main configurations in which those filters can be employed will be described and some of the applications such are active noise control and system identification explained and demonstrated at the end of the talk. Finally, some interesting industrial and commercial applications of adaptive filters including noise cancellation headphones, electrocardiography and medical imaging and similar will be discussed and demonstrated.
Prof. Frank Werner, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany
Frank Werner was born in Magdeburg, Germany, in 1955. He received a Diploma degree (with honors) from the Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany, in 1980. He received his Ph.D. degree (with summa cum laude) from the same university in 1984. In 1987, he had a 5-month research stay in Minsk, Belarus, and a 1-month stay at the Banach center in Warsaw, Poland. In 1989, he defended his Habilitation thesis. In 1992, Werner received a grant from the Alexander-von-Humboldt Foundation for a research stay at the University of Osnabrück, Germany. In 1994, he had a teaching stay at the Uppsala University, Sweden. Currently, he serves as an Extraordinary Professor at the Faculty of Mathematics of the Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany. Werner is mainly interested in scheduling problems, operations research, graph theory, modeling and simulation. He has about 240 papers in international journals and book contributions, and he was a referee for more than 40 international journals. Werner is also one of the authors of two textbooks and two monographs. He is an Associate Editor of International Journal of Production Research, Journal of Scheduling and Operations Research and Decisions as well as a member of the Editorial Board of 10 further journals. He was also a Guest Editor of 6 special issues in different journals.
Speech Title: Material Handling Tools for a Discrete Manufacturing System: A Comparison of Optimization and Simulation
Abstract: The improvement of the performance of material handling tools (MHT) and the work in process (WIP) in a discrete manufacturing system have a great importance for increasing the efficiency of the production. To this end, the static and dynamic status of MHTs is analyzed in this paper. A Markov decision process (MDP) is used to model the MHT problems. The quantified relationships between MHTs and WIP will be discussed within the CONWIP (constant WIP) and Little's law methodologies. A dynamic programming (DP) based algorithm is developed to determine a solution for the MDP model. To reduce the computational complexity of the DP algorithm, the states are grouped to iterate appropriately with different priorities of the states. Computational experiments are conducted in a discrete semiconductor factory and the proposed MDP+DP method is compared with simulation. The computational results show that the developed method produces rather good feasible solutions.
Prof. Dr. Massimo Poncino, Politecnico Di Torino, Italy
Massimo Poncino received the Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering and the Dr.Eng. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy. He is currently a Full Professor of Computer Engineering at Politecnico di Torino. His research interests include several aspects of design automation of digital systems, with particular emphasis on the modeling and optimization of low-power systems. He is the author or coauthor of more than 300 journal and conference papers. He is an Associate Editor of the ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems and of IEEE Design & Test. Prior to that, he was an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (2006-2012). He was the Technical Program Co-Chair (in 2011) and the General Chair (in 2012) of the ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design (ISLPED). He serves on the Technical Program Committee of several IEEE and ACM technical conferences, including DAC, ICCAD, ISLPED, DATE, ASP-DAC, GLSVLSI, and CODES-ISSS. Prof. Poncino is a Senior Member of IEEE.
Speech Title: WHAT YOUR MOBILE DEVICE SHOULD (BUT DOES NOT) DO TO SAVE ENERGY
Abstract: The main constraint of most personal consumer electronic devices is not computational power, but rather their energy consumption. These devices rely in fact on fast multi-core platforms with powerful accelerators and could be even exploited better, if it were not to the stringent constraints imposed by batteries.
The research community has widely addressed the issue of of the energy-efficiency in electronic devices since at least 20 years, by introducing various solutions from the device to the system level; however, for a number of reasons in most cases these ideas did not find their way into commercial products in spite of theirs.
In this talk we will overview the approaches that are more promising for their deployment in consumer electronic devices, by quantifying their expected benefit and their economic sustainability .