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Session Organizers: Sorawat Chivapreecha (KMITL) and Tomoaki Sato (Hokusei Gakuin University)

Description:

This special session focuses on signals and systems and also the applications related to signals and systems. The intelligent signal processing techniques including AI-based for a broad field of application can be presented in this session. Both software and hardware implementation of signal processing systems for any applications also need in order to fulfill the gap from theories to real-world.


Session Organizers: Yuttana Kumsuwan (Chiang Mai University) and Uthen Kamnarn (RMUTL)

Description:

Power electronic systems have become increasingly significant in the past decade owing to the growth of active power switch technology and control techniques of topologies. This special session will include basic elements for the design of advanced and intelligent control methods applied to power electronic systems. The major control strategies for power electronic circuits are invited. Also, topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Algorithms and power control techniques, Power converter topologies, Intelligent control methods of power circuits (Rectifiers, Choppers, AC-AC converters, Inverters), Novel power converter topologies, Renewable applications (PV inverter, grid interfacing methods), Power quality applications (Power factor correction converters, PQ analysis, Active and reactive power control).


Session Organizers: Pipat Prommee (KMITL) and Natapong Wongprommoon (Silapakorn University)

Description:

Emerged technologies related in the electronics circuits, analog and digital processing of signals for communication, control, and computer systems. It encompasses, but is not limited to, such topics as linear and nonlinear networks, multi-dimensional signals and systems, analog filters and signal processing, electronic devices, sensor circuits, digital filters and signal processing, communication circuits and systems, and VLSI signal processing.


Session Organizers: Supaporn Kiattisin and Adisorn Leelasantitham (Mahidol University)

Description:

This special session focuses on management, innovation technology and information technology covering the research areas of the digital economy, digital society, digital healthcare, digital organization, digital country, digital government and digital transformation.


Session Organizers: Peerasak Chantngarm (RMUTK)

Description:

This special session covers the emerging technologies in recent years, such as two-dimensional materials, quantum devices, artificial intelligence, smart IoT, etc. Software simulation and hardware implementation, as well as theoretical work that may contribute to the smart society in the future can participate in this session.


Session Organizers: Sungkwon Park (Hanyang University, Korea) and Phooi Yee Lau (Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia)

Description:

Lately, automotive manufacturers and researchers tries to develop a path forward that is approachable for self-driving cars. Due to economic, technological and infrastructural challenges, the recent research activities that was put forward to materialize the self-driving cars are face with the quick advances in technologies, today vs tomorrow – as technologies evolve, too quickly. There are several critical technologies behind the self-driving car initiatives, such as AI, safety and security, cameras, network infrastructure, and the sensor technologies radar and lidar, or laser-light radar. As self-driving technologies continues to progress, this sessions calls for papers which could showcase recent prototype developed with on-the-road testing, and also discussion on the standardization activities of ISO, IEEE, and SAE toward these efforts.

  1. Connected Car Technology
  2. Teen Driving Technology
  3. Car Tracking System
  4. Adaptive Driving Technology
  5. Advanced driver-assistance systems, including those for 360-Degree Camera
  6. Standardization (activities/development) in 1-5


Session Organizers: Md Abdus Samad Kamal (Gunma University)

Description:

This special session focuses on advanced control and emerging technologies in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Research, particularly covering autonomous and cooperative driving, traffic safety, energy-efficient traffic operation, smart vehicles, advanced driver assistant systems (ADAS), control applications in the other modes of transportation, and relevant topics. This special session intends to bring together researchers from academia and industries working on the emerging topics of Transportation Systems.


Session Organizers: Preecha Kocharoen (Chitralada Technology Institute) and Keerati Chayakulkeeree (Suranaree University of Technology)

Description:

Authors are invited to submit their original work in the areas including (but not limited to) the following:

  • Machine Learning and Deep Learning Algorithms
  • Industrial Applications
  • Health care Applications
  • Electrical appliance load monitoring system
  • Intelligent algorithms
  • Sensing technologies
  • Intelligent systems based on Computer Vision or hybrid sensors


Session Organizers: Shiro Masuda (Tokyo Metropolitan University), Kotaro Hashikura (Gunma University), Sudchai Boonto (KMUTT), Napasool Wongvanich, (KMITL)

Description:

This organized session aims to promote exchange of ideas between SICE and ECTI researchers on latest trend on robust control, safety control and monitoring system as well as engineering applications. The topics include, but not limited to, system analysis of complex dynamical systems, control design of dynamical systems, hardware and software implementation, system integration of automation systems, efficient operation and effective maintenance, performance monitoring, and verification systems and other related topics.


Session Organizers: Tong Chen and Shinji Koyama (Gunma University)

Description:

This special session focuses on surface performance of materials and will provide an opportunity of international interactions among researchers, students, and engineers who are focusing on the surfacing processing technology, from theory to practical applications. Surface processing technologies play a significant role in the industrial fields, low cost, high efficiency, and increasing service lifetime of artifacts such as dissolved salt impregnation, intense light treatment, electron injection, PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition), CVD (Chemical Vapour Deposition), carburization, gas nitriding and so on. Material processing technology and research of new materials, as well as theoretical work of materials modification can participate in this session.


Session Organizers: Songlin Sun and Hui Gao (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications)

Description:

In the current and future wireless networks, many innovation technologies, especially for multimedia, will be applied. This special session focuses on signal processing, networking technology, multimedia coding and streaming, emerging applications in wireless systems, such as 5G/B5G, WLAN and so on.


Session Organizers: Yodchanan Wongsawat (Mahidol University)

Description:

Scopes of the session include 1) Biomedical signal analysis from wearable device, 2) Wearable device and sensor development, 3) Biosensor and Biochip, 4) Use case of wearable device in neuroscience and medicine.


Session Organizers: Chaiyan Chanapromma (Uttaradit Rajabhat University) and Winai Jaikla (King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang)

Description:

In the current and future smart electronics, many innovation technologies for industry and community based, especially for smart electronics, will be applied. This special session focuses on smart of devices, control and system, internet of thing (IOT), sensors and so on.