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The Arctic is a region located at the northern-most part of the Earth. (Wikipedia.org)






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2018 IEEE/OES Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Workshop (AUV)

Autonomous Marine Systems Research, Design and Applications


2017 11th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EUCAP)

The conference addresses all scientific and application topics in the area of electromagnetic antennas and radio propagation whatever the frequency.


2017 12th International Microsystems, Packaging, Assembly and Circuits Technology Conference (IMPACT)

The Internet of Things, including wearable devices and smart home products, will again be a big theme. To cater for the technology trends, the theme of IMPACT-IAAC 2016 highlights "IMPACT on the Next Big Things" and will arrange panel sessions, invited talks, industrial sessions and outstanding paper presentations.


2017 IEEE Aerospace Conference

The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinaryunderstanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science, and technology


2017 IEEE Electrical Power and Energy Conference (EPEC)

Advanced Technologies for Renewable Energy Systems and Smart Grids

  • 2016 IEEE Electrical Power and Energy Conference (EPEC)

    EPEC 2016 is a conference that provides an opportunity for experts from industry, academia, government sector and other interested organizations from Canada and abroad to present and discuss the latest developments in the electric power and energy systems: academic, industrial and government research and development, industrial and business trends and challenges, as well as regulatory and policy aspects. This includes debate on the potential impact of these developments on the society. The conference provides an international forum for the presentation of peer-reviewed papers and presentations on power and energy research and development, applications and their implementations.

  • 2015 IEEE Electrical Power and Energy Conference (EPEC)

    The 2015 IEEE Electrical Power & Energy Conference (EPEC 2015): - SMARTER RESILIENT POWER SYSTEMS - will be held in London, Ontario, Canada from October 26th to 28th, 2015. EPEC 2015 is an opportunity for electric power and energy systems experts from industry, academia, and other interested organizations to discuss the latest developments in the field: academic and industrial research, industrial/business trends and challenges. This may include debate on the potential impact of these developments including discussions on regulatory and policy aspects. The conference provides an international forum for the presentation of peer-reviewed power and energy research and development, Industrial Panel Presentations, and Exhibits Tutorials / Workshops. There will be opportunity to tour a 80MW Solar Farm, a wind farm and other installations.

  • 2014 IEEE Electrical Power & Energy Conference (EPEC)

    The objective of EPEC is to provide a forum for experts in Electrical Power and Energy from academia, industry and other interested parties to disseminate their recent research outcomes and exchange views on the future research directions of these fields.

  • 2013 IEEE Electrical Power & Energy Conference (EPEC)

    The conference deals with all aspect of electrical power and energy systems including, but not limited to, conventional design planning, operations of electrical systems. Advance topics such as smart grid, renewable energy and smart distribution and net zero buildings are of special interest.

  • 2012 IEEE Electrical Power & Energy Conference (EPEC)

    The conference is an opportunity for electric power and energy systems experts from industry, academia, and other interested organizations to discuss the latest developments in the field. This may include debate on the potential impact of these developments including discussions on regulatory and policy aspects.

  • 2011 IEEE Electrical Power & Energy Conference (EPEC)

    Power Networks, Renewable Energies, Energy Systems

  • 2010 IEEE Electrical Power & Energy Conference (EPEC)

    Electrical power and energy engineering

  • 2009 IEEE Electrical Power & Energy Conference (EPEC)

    The theme for the 3rd Annual IEEE Canada Electrical Power and Energy Conference is Sustainable Energy Systems and Technologies . This year s conference will host academics, consumers, industries, and overnments, to showcase research and advancement in the technological areas of solar, wind, tidal, hydrogen, biomass, and electric/hybrid electric vehicles. The 2-day event will feature keynote dialogues with simultaneous special presentations, workshops, and toutorials.

  • 2008 IEEE Electrical Power & Energy Conference (EPEC)

    The theme for the Electrical Power and Energy Conference (EPEC) 2008 is Energy Innovation . With attention being placed on the following sub-topics: Extending the Limits of Transmission and Distribution Expanding Generation and Alternative Energy Intelligent Grid Technologies Conservation and Energy Efficient Technologies


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Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on

Experimental and theoretical advances in antennas including design and development, and in the propagation of electromagnetic waves including scattering, diffraction and interaction with continuous media; and applications pertinent to antennas and propagation, such as remote sensing, applied optics, and millimeter and submillimeter wave techniques.


Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, IEEE

IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters (AWP Letters) will be devoted to the rapid electronic publication of short manuscripts in the technical areas of Antennas and Wireless Propagation.


Education, IEEE Transactions on

Educational methods, technology, and programs; history of technology; impact of evolving research on education.


Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, IEEE

It is expected that GRS Letters will apply to a wide range of remote sensing activities looking to publish shorter, high-impact papers. Topics covered will remain within the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Societys field of interest: the theory, concepts, and techniques of science and engineering as they apply to the sensing of the earth, oceans, atmosphere, and space; and ...


Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions on

Theory, concepts, and techniques of science and engineering as applied to sensing the earth, oceans, atmosphere, and space; and the processing, interpretation, and dissemination of this information.


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The Northwest Passage: A Simulation

Saran Somanathan; Peter C. Flynn; Jozef Szymanski Proceedings of the 2006 Winter Simulation Conference, 2006

Shipping from Yokohama to New York and St. Johns, Newfoundland is simulated by VSLAM for two routes: the Panama Canal, using fast and slow bluewater ships, and the Northwest Passage, using identically sized fast and slow Canadian Arctic Class (CAC) 3 ships. Each route is broken into a series of logical legs, and environmental conditions and wait times are assigned. ...


Detailed circulation and stratification features from an Arctic observing system

Peter Winsor; Thomas J. Weingartner; Hank Statscewich; Rachel Potter 2012 Oceans - Yeosu, 2012

We present high-resolution space-time dependent observations of circulation and stratification features in the Chukchi Sea, Arctic Ocean from an observing system consisting of AUV gliders, HF radars, drifters, and sub-surface moorings. These unique high-latitude observations show a more complex, dynamic and high-energy ocean environment than previously reported in the Arctic. We also present examples of imminent technology needs for high-latitude ...


An autonomous atmospheric pressure recorder for establishing polar sea surface height

G. Steeves; S. Grant OCEANS '88. A Partnership of Marine Interests. Proceedings, 1988

An autonomous low-power device for the precise measurement (±0.7 mbar) of atmospheric pressure versus date/time in Arctic conditions (-55° C, 120-km/hr wind) is described. Data are stored using `burned in silicon' technology. Measurements are made every hour on the hour over a period of 12 months. Static pressure is measured using a special port designed to be insensitive to the ...


Power Transformers and Shunt Reactors for Arctic Regions

W. Lampe IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, 1986

Power transformers and shunt reactors in arctic regions require special attention regarding: - Cold start - Flow of coolant - Lubrication - Embrittlement - Shrinkage - Iceload on bushings An analysis carried out reveals that a cold start - the apparatus is then at ambient temperature - represents an onerous condition, since no major cooling oil flow can take place ...


Spatial and temporal variability of SAR backscatter signatures of coastal sea-ice types off the Lena River Delta (Laptev Sea)

H. Eicken; U. Blahak; W. Dierking; I. Dmitrenko Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 1999. IGARSS '99 Proceedings. IEEE 1999 International, 1999

Field observations and SAR imagery of coastal ice off the Lena Delta (Laptev Sea) in 1996/97 show a strong zonation of ice types associated with gradients in ice dielectric properties and microstructure. Ice-growth and radar- backscatter modelling indicate that the distinct transition between ice of high mean, low variance and low mean, high variance backscatter corresponds to an increase in ...


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The Northwest Passage: A Simulation

Saran Somanathan; Peter C. Flynn; Jozef Szymanski Proceedings of the 2006 Winter Simulation Conference, 2006

Shipping from Yokohama to New York and St. Johns, Newfoundland is simulated by VSLAM for two routes: the Panama Canal, using fast and slow bluewater ships, and the Northwest Passage, using identically sized fast and slow Canadian Arctic Class (CAC) 3 ships. Each route is broken into a series of logical legs, and environmental conditions and wait times are assigned. ...


Detailed circulation and stratification features from an Arctic observing system

Peter Winsor; Thomas J. Weingartner; Hank Statscewich; Rachel Potter 2012 Oceans - Yeosu, 2012

We present high-resolution space-time dependent observations of circulation and stratification features in the Chukchi Sea, Arctic Ocean from an observing system consisting of AUV gliders, HF radars, drifters, and sub-surface moorings. These unique high-latitude observations show a more complex, dynamic and high-energy ocean environment than previously reported in the Arctic. We also present examples of imminent technology needs for high-latitude ...


An autonomous atmospheric pressure recorder for establishing polar sea surface height

G. Steeves; S. Grant OCEANS '88. A Partnership of Marine Interests. Proceedings, 1988

An autonomous low-power device for the precise measurement (±0.7 mbar) of atmospheric pressure versus date/time in Arctic conditions (-55° C, 120-km/hr wind) is described. Data are stored using `burned in silicon' technology. Measurements are made every hour on the hour over a period of 12 months. Static pressure is measured using a special port designed to be insensitive to the ...


Power Transformers and Shunt Reactors for Arctic Regions

W. Lampe IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, 1986

Power transformers and shunt reactors in arctic regions require special attention regarding: - Cold start - Flow of coolant - Lubrication - Embrittlement - Shrinkage - Iceload on bushings An analysis carried out reveals that a cold start - the apparatus is then at ambient temperature - represents an onerous condition, since no major cooling oil flow can take place ...


Spatial and temporal variability of SAR backscatter signatures of coastal sea-ice types off the Lena River Delta (Laptev Sea)

H. Eicken; U. Blahak; W. Dierking; I. Dmitrenko Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 1999. IGARSS '99 Proceedings. IEEE 1999 International, 1999

Field observations and SAR imagery of coastal ice off the Lena Delta (Laptev Sea) in 1996/97 show a strong zonation of ice types associated with gradients in ice dielectric properties and microstructure. Ice-growth and radar- backscatter modelling indicate that the distinct transition between ice of high mean, low variance and low mean, high variance backscatter corresponds to an increase in ...


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  • New Environments for Genetic Programming

    Genetic programming, a form of genetic algorithm that evolves programs and program-like executable structures, is a new paradigm for developing reliable, time- and cost-effective applications. The second volume of Advances in Genetic Programming highlights many of the most recent technical advances in this increasingly popular field. The twenty-three contributions are divided into four parts: Variations on the Genetic Programming Theme; Hierarchical, Recursive, and Pruning Genetic Programs; Analysis and Implementation Issues; and New Environments for Genetic Programming.The first part extends the core concepts of genetic programming through the addition of new evolutionary techniques -- adaptive and self-adaptive crossover methods, hill climbing operators, and the inclusion of introns into the representation.Creating more concise executable structures is a long-term research topic in genetic programming. The second part describes the field's most recent efforts, including the dynamic manipulation of automatically defined functions, evolving logic programs that generate recursive structures, and using minimum description length heuristics to determine when and how to prune evolving structures.The third part takes up the many implementation and analysis issues associated with evolving programs. Advanced applications of genetic programming to nontrivial real-world problems are described in the final part: remote sensing of pressure ridges in Arctic sea ice formations from satellite imagery, economic prediction through model evolution, the evolutionary development of stress and loading models for novel materials, and data mining of a large customer database to optimize responses to special offers.

  • Algorithm Discovery using the Genetic Programming Paradigm: Extracting Low-Contrast Curvilinear Features from SAR Images of Arctic Ice

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction, GP in Context of Scaffolding Algorithm Development, Implementation Overview, GP-Assisted Discovery Using A Dynamic Training Set, Discussion: GP & Scaffolding, Discussion: Domain, Conclusions

  • Impact of Carbonaceous Fuel Burning on Arctic Aerosols: Silicon as an Indicator of Long-Range Transport of Coal Smoke

    This chapter contains sections titled: Contribution of Carbonaceous Fuel Combustion Emissions to the Arctic Haze, Silicon as an Indicator of Long-Range Transport of Coal Smoke to the Arctic, Final Remarks, Acknowledgments

  • Analysis and Implementation Issues in Genetic Programming

    Genetic programming, a form of genetic algorithm that evolves programs and program-like executable structures, is a new paradigm for developing reliable, time- and cost-effective applications. The second volume of Advances in Genetic Programming highlights many of the most recent technical advances in this increasingly popular field. The twenty-three contributions are divided into four parts: Variations on the Genetic Programming Theme; Hierarchical, Recursive, and Pruning Genetic Programs; Analysis and Implementation Issues; and New Environments for Genetic Programming.The first part extends the core concepts of genetic programming through the addition of new evolutionary techniques -- adaptive and self-adaptive crossover methods, hill climbing operators, and the inclusion of introns into the representation.Creating more concise executable structures is a long-term research topic in genetic programming. The second part describes the field's most recent efforts, including the dynamic manipulation of automatically defined functions, evolving logic programs that generate recursive structures, and using minimum description length heuristics to determine when and how to prune evolving structures.The third part takes up the many implementation and analysis issues associated with evolving programs. Advanced applications of genetic programming to nontrivial real-world problems are described in the final part: remote sensing of pressure ridges in Arctic sea ice formations from satellite imagery, economic prediction through model evolution, the evolutionary development of stress and loading models for novel materials, and data mining of a large customer database to optimize responses to special offers.

  • Modular, Recursive and Pruning Genetic Programs

    Genetic programming, a form of genetic algorithm that evolves programs and program-like executable structures, is a new paradigm for developing reliable, time- and cost-effective applications. The second volume of Advances in Genetic Programming highlights many of the most recent technical advances in this increasingly popular field. The twenty-three contributions are divided into four parts: Variations on the Genetic Programming Theme; Hierarchical, Recursive, and Pruning Genetic Programs; Analysis and Implementation Issues; and New Environments for Genetic Programming.The first part extends the core concepts of genetic programming through the addition of new evolutionary techniques -- adaptive and self-adaptive crossover methods, hill climbing operators, and the inclusion of introns into the representation.Creating more concise executable structures is a long-term research topic in genetic programming. The second part describes the field's most recent efforts, including the dynamic manipulation of automatically defined functions, evolving logic programs that generate recursive structures, and using minimum description length heuristics to determine when and how to prune evolving structures.The third part takes up the many implementation and analysis issues associated with evolving programs. Advanced applications of genetic programming to nontrivial real-world problems are described in the final part: remote sensing of pressure ridges in Arctic sea ice formations from satellite imagery, economic prediction through model evolution, the evolutionary development of stress and loading models for novel materials, and data mining of a large customer database to optimize responses to special offers.

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    In the present work, the growing awareness in engineering of the profession's responsibility towards the environment and the poor is considered. The following approach is taken: a brief overview of the issues of poverty particularly in the U.S. and the deterioration of the natural world with a focus on the Arctic is provided. Case studies involving New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the status of polar bears in a time of shrinking Arctic ice cover are detailed. Recent developments in engineering related to the issues of poverty and the environment are discussed. A new paradigm for engineering based on the works of Leonardo Boff and Thomas Berry, one that places an important emphasis upon a community, is explored.

  • Variations on the Genetic Programming Theme

    Genetic programming, a form of genetic algorithm that evolves programs and program-like executable structures, is a new paradigm for developing reliable, time- and cost-effective applications. The second volume of Advances in Genetic Programming highlights many of the most recent technical advances in this increasingly popular field. The twenty-three contributions are divided into four parts: Variations on the Genetic Programming Theme; Hierarchical, Recursive, and Pruning Genetic Programs; Analysis and Implementation Issues; and New Environments for Genetic Programming.The first part extends the core concepts of genetic programming through the addition of new evolutionary techniques -- adaptive and self-adaptive crossover methods, hill climbing operators, and the inclusion of introns into the representation.Creating more concise executable structures is a long-term research topic in genetic programming. The second part describes the field's most recent efforts, including the dynamic manipulation of automatically defined functions, evolving logic programs that generate recursive structures, and using minimum description length heuristics to determine when and how to prune evolving structures.The third part takes up the many implementation and analysis issues associated with evolving programs. Advanced applications of genetic programming to nontrivial real-world problems are described in the final part: remote sensing of pressure ridges in Arctic sea ice formations from satellite imagery, economic prediction through model evolution, the evolutionary development of stress and loading models for novel materials, and data mining of a large customer database to optimize responses to special offers.

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    Genetic programming, a form of genetic algorithm that evolves programs and program-like executable structures, is a new paradigm for developing reliable, time- and cost-effective applications. The second volume of Advances in Genetic Programming highlights many of the most recent technical advances in this increasingly popular field. The twenty-three contributions are divided into four parts: Variations on the Genetic Programming Theme; Hierarchical, Recursive, and Pruning Genetic Programs; Analysis and Implementation Issues; and New Environments for Genetic Programming.The first part extends the core concepts of genetic programming through the addition of new evolutionary techniques -- adaptive and self-adaptive crossover methods, hill climbing operators, and the inclusion of introns into the representation.Creating more concise executable structures is a long-term research topic in genetic programming. The second part describes the field's most recent efforts, including the dynamic manipulation of automatically defined functions, evolving logic programs that generate recursive structures, and using minimum description length heuristics to determine when and how to prune evolving structures.The third part takes up the many implementation and analysis issues associated with evolving programs. Advanced applications of genetic programming to nontrivial real-world problems are described in the final part: remote sensing of pressure ridges in Arctic sea ice formations from satellite imagery, economic prediction through model evolution, the evolutionary development of stress and loading models for novel materials, and data mining of a large customer database to optimize responses to special offers.



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