ICCSS 2017

London, UK | July 14-17, 2017

Recruit Speakers

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 iccss@young.ac.cn.

 

U Keynote Speaker I

Prof. Abel Herrera Camacho, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México

Abel Herrera Camacho. Graduated in 1979 as a mecanical-electrical engineer, aquiring the Master in Electrical Engeneering in 1985 and his Ph.D. in 2001, all at the University of Mexico (UNAM), the Ph.D. with cooperation from the University of California-Davis. He carried out a post-doctoral internship at Carnegie Mellon University in 2001, as well as a research internship at the University of Southern California at 2009. Author of over 60 papers in speech codification, recognition and synthesis; and created various laboratory recognition and synthesis systems for Mexican Spanish Language, in particular, an electronic speech commands recognition system for doors, curtains, light bulbs and lamps, a software continuous speech recognition, a software speaker recognition system, and a software natural and emotional speech synthesis system. He is an speaker identification expert of legal trials. He has written two books, the last one is Linear Algebra, Theory and Exercises; was written at 1986, it had 9 printouts until 2010, since 2011 is free at internet for UNAM students. He has been computer engineering department head, signal processing department head, engineering graduate school deputy director, and in charge of the Processing Laboratory at Engineering School of UNAM. He has involved in several projects with the industry and UNAM worth about $50 million dollars.

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U Keynote Speaker II

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..

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U Plenary Speaker I

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.

U Plenary Speaker II

Prof. Guennadi Kouzaev, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Guennadi A. Kouzaev is a Professor at the Department of Electronic Systems of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology - NTNU. He has a PhD Degree in Physics and Mathematics from the Kotelnikov's Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics, USSR Academy of Science, Moscow. Professor Kouzaev also has a Doctor of Sciences Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics - a branch of Higher School of Economics.
His research interests are in Computational Electromagnetics and Microwave Techniques, Microwave-assisted Heating and Chemistry, Quantum Physics and Quantum Electronics, High-speed Electronics, and Computers.
In 2012, he was with the European Laboratory for Nonlinear Sciences - LENS as a Sabbatical Professor in Cold Atom Physics Theory and Modelling. Earlier, he spent several years at the McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada working in Electromagnetics.
Professor Kouzaev has published more than 160 papers, abstracts, inventions, and a Springer book on advanced electromagnetics.
He is an International Expert at the Russian Science Fund and German Aerospace Centre (DLR-PT) and a Member of the IEEE Society and Faculty Row (USA). He served many international conferences and reviewed journal papers and book manuscripts.
Professor Kouzaev is a Russia Government Prize Winner (1997) and a Young USSR Science Award Winner (1990).

 

Speech Title: Kron’s Circuit Models in Quantum Electronics Simulations by Available Circuit Simulators

Abstract: The evolution of electronic circuits, according to the Moor’s law, tends to the high-dense integrations with the components of the size comparable to the de’ Broglie wavelength. It is supposed that the electronics of future will integrate the classical micro-, nano-, and quantum elements, and the overall number of these integrated components may reach several hundreds of millions per chip. The development of new software tools for these integrations is a very difficult task, and it is supposed that the best way is the enhancement of the traditional computer aided design (CAD) tools by some means allowing the treatment of quantum-mechanical equations by fast circuit simulators. In this Lecture, the Author intends to give a review on the circuit modeling of quantum equations since the first works of G. Kron to the recent results of his team on the integration techniques of these equivalent circuits into the electronic simulators. Particularly, there are many applications are considered on modelling of Schrödinger and Pauli-Schrödinger equations describing the electron transport in conventional and magnetized quasi-2D waveguides showing topological properties towards the confining potential perturbations. Applications of cold matter trapping are modeled with 2-D non-linear Schrödinger equations solved by commercially-available circuit simulators and compared with known numerical and experimental results. An analysis of accuracy of some circuit simulators on the solution of Schrödinger equations is given in this Lecture. It is noticed on the necessity to use the order-reduction techniques to quantum-mechanical equations applied earlier to classical circuits to reduce the simulation time for simulation realistic quantum-mechanical integrations. .