Prof. Yanli Zou
Guangxi Normal University, China
Yanli Zou is the dean of school of electronic and information engineering , Guangxi Normal University. She received the B.S. degree in electromagnetic measurement and instrument from Chongqing University, Chongqing, China, in 1995, the M.S. degree in circuits and systems from Guangxi Normal University, Guilin, China, in 2003, and the Ph.D. degree in electronic science and technology from Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai, China, in 2006. She is currently a Professor with the School of Electronic and Information Engineering, Guangxi Normal University. Her research interests include power systems, networked control systems, complex networks and robotic control.
Speech Title: Study on Grid Synchronous Performance Optimization and Cascade Fault based on Complex Network Theory
Abstract: With the development of economy and the increase of electricity demand, more and more renewable energy such as photovoltaic and wind power generations are connected to the grid, the power grid has become increasingly complex, and the stability of the power grid has received increasing attention. The stable operation of the power grid requires each generator to work in the frequency synchronization state of 50Hz or 60Hz, and the loss of synchronization of the power grid and the failure of some links will cause cascade faults, resulting in large-scale power outages, therefore, the synchronous performance and stability performance of the power grid are closely related, and the research on synchronous performance optimization is of great significance. This report mainly uses complex network theory to model the topology of the power grid, and the second-order Kuramoto model the node dynamics of the power grid, and proposes several methods for optimizing the synchronous performance of the power grid from the aspects of topology and power distribution. Based on the community discovery method of complex networks, an improved power grid zoning method is proposed, and several different cascaded fault attack strategies are compared and studied. Finally, some recommendations were made for future research.
Prof. Hugo G. Gonzalez-Hernandez
Tecnológico de Monterrey, México
Hugo G. Gonzalez-Hernandez received the BEng degree in Electrical Engineering from Universidad La Salle, México in 1991 and the MSc and PhD degrees in Automatic Control and Mechatronics from CINVESTAV, México in 1995 and 2002 respectively. He made a postdoctoral stay at CICESE in Ensenada, B.C. Since 2005 he has been with Tecnologico de Monterrey, Campus Puebla, he has served as Program Director, Head of Department and currently as a full-time professor at the Mechatronics Department. His research interests are Dynamics and control of Nonlinear systems, Robotics and analysis of biosignals. He is member of the National System of Researchers SNI level 1.
Speech Title: Electromobility and Autonomous Vehicles A Case of Study for Teaching Engineering
Abstract: A significative increase of interest has arisen for decades on the need of transportation using alternative energy sources. Solar, electrical, thermal, wind and more sources have been used in different ways to provide energy for our needs. New regulations on emissions and fossil fuels all over the world has been detonating an exponential growth in countries all over the world. On the other hand, autonomous vehicles are becoming normal among us, but an imperious need of robustness and safety issues lead researchers and industrials to dedicate efforts in this sense. In this talk, topics on electrical autonomous vehicles are explored in the context of Engineering education. Challenged-based learning is used to face the students to real problems, in the study case presented we discuss different ways to teach Engineering topics using an experimental platform built in our campus, we will focus on energy management systems and autonomous navigation control algorithms.
Prof. Juan Herber Grados Gamarra
National University Of Callao, Peru
Electrical Engineer graduated from the National University of Callao, Master in Engineering Project Management. Doctor of Administration. He currently holds the position of Vice Chancellor of the National University of Callao in Peru. He has 35 years as a university professor. Among his most outstanding positions, he has worked as Director of the FIEE UNAC Research Unit, Dean of the Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the National University of Callao for two periods 2010-2013 and 2015-2019. In addition, he is director of the FIEE UNAC RESEARCH CENTER AUTOMATION FOR DEVELOPMENT. He is an evaluator of research papers by pairs of National and International events for publication in indexed journals.
Speech Title: Formative Research in Undergraduate Electronic Engineering Students
Abstract: The following presentation shows the importance of formative research in the field of institutions and its impact on electronic engineering students. From a disruptive point of view, it will show the impact of the activities necessary to make an impact on young students, all seen from a research management approach. It will show how students have achieved great accomplishments such as participation in events such as the prestigious ICECC, among other international conferences.
Assoc. Prof. Chiew-Foong Kwong
The University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China
Dr Chiew Foong Kwong earned his BEng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Hertfordshire, UK, in 2001, and a master’s degree in Personal, Mobile and Satellite Communications from the University of Bradford, UK, in 2003. In 2015, he received his PhD in mobile communications from Multimedia University Malaysia. Dr Kwong is currently an Associate Professor and Director of the Next Generation Internet of Everything Laboratory. He is also the Head of Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China. Dr Kwong is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) and a registered Chartered Engineer (CEng) with the Engineering Council of UK. His research mainly focuses on mobility management for 5G, mobile cache and intelligent Internet of Vehicle (IoV) and has published a number of publications in these areas.
Speech Title: Driving into the Future: A Brief Exploration Internet of Vehicles and Its Transformative Potential
Abstract: This lecture will provide a comprehensive overview of the Internet of Vehicles (IoV) and its potential to transform the transportation industry. The lecture will cover the various technologies that enable IoV, such as wireless communication, cloud computing, and big data analytics. It will also discuss the challenges that need to be addressed for successful implementation, including security, privacy, and infrastructure. Additionally, the lecture will explore the different applications of IoV, including intelligent transportation systems, connected cars, and autonomous vehicles. Finally, the lecture will conclude with a discussion on the future of IoV and its potential to revolutionize the way we travel and transport goods. Attendees can expect to gain a deeper understanding of the opportunities and challenges that IoV presents, as well as insights into the latest trends and developments in this rapidly evolving field.
Assoc. Prof. Wael Mohamed Shaher Yafooz
Taibah University, Saudi Arabia
Wael Yafooz is Associate Professor in the computer Science Department, Taibah University, Saudi Arabia. He was Associate Professor in the information technology department at Al-Madinah international university (MEDIU)-Malaysia and faculty dean. He received his B.S degree in the area of Computer in 2002 while M.S degree in computer Science from the University of MARA Technology (UiTM)- Malaysia in 2010 as well as a PhD in Computer Science in 2014 from UiTM. He was awarded many Gold and Silver Medals for his contribution to a local and international expo of innovation and invention in the area of computer science. Besides, he was awarded the Excellent Research Award from UiTM. He served as a member of various committees in many international conferences. Additionally, he chaired IEEE international conferences in Malaysia and China. Besides, he is a volunteer reviewer with different peer-review journals. He supervised number of students at the master and PhD levels. Furthermore, He delivered and conducted many workshops in the research area and practical courses in data management, visualization and curriculum design in area of computer science. He was invited as a speaker in many international conferences held in Bangladesh, Thailand, India, China, Japan and Russia. His research interest includes, Data Mining, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Natural Language Processing, Social Network Analytics and Data Management.
Speech Title: Exploring Current Practices in Monitoring and protecting Kid’s Activities on Online Social Media Networks Using Artificial Intelligence Approaches
Abstract: As a result of the widespread use of social media and the quick development of the internet. There are a large number of video content-sharing websites online, In this talk, I’ll be covering the content that’s shared particularly for kids and teenagers, whether its movies or video games that attract a young audience, a large number of content creators post daily vlogs on their social media channels. These movies may contain offensive material that, in the absence of parental supervision or control, could negatively impact children's development, psychology, and behaviour. Although numerous studies have focused on this issue by recommending techniques and approaches based on rating, ranking, and commenting on videos in order to demonstrate the quality, popularity, and relevance of videos, there is still a dearth of useful frameworks for parents offering guidance on children's videos. Therefore, this talk will focus on the most recent social media trends among children and the technologies available to keep an eye on and safeguard them. Thus, I will talk about New methods and approaches in the literature to monitoring and protecting kids on all online social media platforms.
Dr. Faezah Jasman
Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
Faezah received her B.Eng(Hons) degree in Electronics Engineering from Multimedia University (MMU), MSc in Communication Network Engineering from University Putra Malaysia (UPM) and PhD from University of Warwick, UK. She is currently a senior lecturer at the Institute of Nano Optoelectronics Research and Technology (INOR), Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). Her current research interests include modelling and characterisation of underwater optical wireless channels and optoelectronic devices, modulation and coding schemes for visible light communications (VLC).
Speech Title: Underwater Optical Wireless Communications: Channel Modeling
Abstract: Optical wireless communications is now seen as a potential technology for underwater applications due to its high bandwidth performance. Specifically in underwater applications, wavelengths in the blue/green region are used as they experience the lowest attenuation underwater. Despite the high bandwidth (>GHz) that can be provided by optical links, they are limited to several hundred metres only due to strong attenuation caused by absorption and scattering. One important area of research is in channel modelling and characterization where the knowledge and behaviour of the underwater OWC must be understood to design an optimized system. Numerous early studies on underwater optical wireless communications (UOWC) focus on the effect of absorption and scattering caused by dissolved and suspended particles underwater. Most works consider modeling horizontal links where the link is characterized by constant attenuation as the variability is insignificant. However, this is not valid for vertical links as the attenuation is not constant due to depth dependent variations and inhomogeneity of the medium. Thus, this talk presents the development of two models that include the inhomogeneity of the medium in modelling underwater OWC channels.
Asst. Prof. Kelvin J. A. Ooi
Xiamen University Malaysia, Malaysia
Kelvin J. A. Ooi is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Physics in Xiamen University Malaysia Campus. He received his BEng (Hons.) and PhD degrees in electrical and electronic engineering, from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, in 2010 and 2014, respectively. He has published over 60 journal and conference articles, which include those in high impact publications like Nature and Physical Review. He is an Invited Speaker to 8 international conferences, and has also been invited as journal reviewer for more than 30 journal titles from various scientific disciplines. His current academic and research interests span interdisciplinary domains, primarily in the modelling of physical systems and its application to different domains of knowledge.
Speech Title: Mitigation of Greenhouse Emissions from Transportation Systems Through Modelling and Data
Abstract: Greenhouse gas emissions from transportation systems have become a grave health and environmental concern as the rise in population and urban connectivity has caused the increase in traffic demand and congestion. Increasing the use of public transportation would become a key factor in mitigating the adverse results of vehicular emissions. In this work, we have constructed a traffic and fuel consumption forecasting framework to analyze the effects of increasing public transportation modal share on the reduction of the total average fuel consumption by daily traffic. We have successfully forecasted a fuel savings of 21% via the increase of public transportation modal share from 12% to 40%. Our results could serve as an effective guideline for policymakers in drafting sustainable transportation masterplans.