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2018 12th International Conference on the Properties and Applications of Dielectric Materials (ICPADM)

1. Ageing and life expectancy of HV insulation;2. Bio-dielectrics;3. Conduction and breakdown in dielectrics;4. Dielectric materials for electronics and photonics;5.Dielectric phenomena and applications;6.Dielectrics for superconducting applications;7.Eco-friendly dielectric materials;8.Electrical insulation in high voltage power equipment and cables;9.Electrical and water tree development and surface tracking;10.Gaseous electrical breakdown and discharges;11.HVDC insulation systems;12. Nano-technology and nano-dielectrics;13. New functional dielectrics for electrical systems;14. Partial discharges;15.Space charge and its effects;16. Surface and interfacial phenomena.


2018 International Conference on Intelligent Systems (IS)

Recent advances and challenges in the theory, design and applications of broadly perceived intelligent systems, including technology business management aspects.

  • 2016 IEEE 8th International Conference on Intelligent Systems (IS)

    Building upon the success of IS’02, IS’04, IS’08, IS‘12 (held in Sofia and Varna, Bulgaria), IS’06, IS’10 (held in London, UK), and IS’14 (held in Warsaw, Poland) the 8th IEEE International Conference on Intelli¬gent Systems IS’16 shall continue the tradition of bringing to¬gether top specialists in the broad area of intelligent systems. This forum is an opportunity for scientists from all over the world to share ideas and achieve¬ments in the theory and practice of intel¬ligent control, artificial intelligence, decision sup¬port systems, neu¬ral networks, soft computing, data mining and knowledge discovery, ontologies, machine learning, intelligent measurement, etc.

  • 2014 IEEE 7th International Conference Intelligent Systems (IS)

    The conference is mainly concerned with recent advances and challenges in the theory, design and applications of broadly perceived intelligent systems. With respect to tools and techniques, a special emphasis will be on modern artificial intelligence, computational intelligence (fuzzy sets, rough sets, evolutionary computation, neural networks, swarm intelligence, etc.), calculi of uncertainty, nonstandard logics, data analysis, data mining and knowledge discovery, machine learning, information aggregation and fusion, multimedia information processing, Web technology and intelligence, cognitive and affective computing, multiagent systems, ontologies for intelligent systems, "big data", etc. Main application areas include, but are not limited to: bioinformatics, business and finance, intelligent decision support systems, database systems, e-learning, e-administration, environmental engineering, healthcare, security, sensors, automation, mobile robotics, manufacturing systems, logistics,

  • 2012 6th IEEE International Conference Intelligent Systems (IS)

    This forum is an opportunity for scientists from all over the world to share ideas and achievements in the theory and practice of intelligent control, intelligent information security systems, artificial intelligence, decision support systems, neural networks, soft computing, data mining and knowledge discovery, ontologies, machine learning, intelligent measurement, etc.

  • 2010 5th IEEE International Conference Intelligent Systems (IS)

    This conference is an opportunity for scientists and industrialists from all over the world to share ideas and achievements in the theory and practice of soft computing, intelligent databases, intelligent information systems, business intelligence, data mining and knowledge discovery, ontologies, intelligent control, decision support systems, neural networks, machine learning and intelligent measurement.

  • 2008 4th IEEE International Conference Intelligent Systems (IS)

    This forum is an opportunity for scientists from all over the world to share ideas and achievements in the theory and practice of intelligent control, artificial intelligence, decision support systems, neural networks, soft computing, data mining and knowledge discovery, ontologies, machine learning, intelligent measurements, etc.

  • 2006 3rd International IEEE Conference Intelligent Systems (IS)

  • 2004 2nd International IEEE Conference "Intelligent Systems" (IS)

  • 2002 1st International IEEE Symposium "Intelligent Systems" (IS)


2017 14th International Conference The Experience of Designing and Application of CAD Systems in Microelectronics (CADSM)

Modeling and simulation of hydro- and gasodynamic processes. New materials in microelectronics. New technology of IC and MEMS industry. Practical realization and industrial application. Problems of technological processes testing. Problems of reliability estimation.Signal processing in radioelectronic systems and telecommunications. Telecommunications and radioelectronic design tools. Electronic and computer tools in biomedical engineering. Methods and tools of digital signal processing.Specialized computer system. Computer system and networks. Data and knowledge bases. Design of MEMS elements. CAD systems for MEMS design.Problemss of optimal design. Object-oriented design methods. Combinatorial and graph tasks of huge size. Constructor design of radioelectronic means. Design solving verification. Thermal problems in microelectronics.Mathematical model of sensors and actuators. Microsystems modeling and design. New microelectronic technologies.


2015 41st Annual Northeast Biomedical Engineering Conference (NEBEC)

This conference is a venue for new Biomedical practices, procedures, products and technologies to be shared as well as an exciting career development/networking opportunity for undergrad and grad students.


2013 IEEE International Conference on Solid Dielectrics (ICSD)

ICSD is an interdisciplinary forum which provides a unique opportunity for researchers from industry, academia and research centers to come together to review their collective progress, consider the latest developments and discuss the future challenges in the area of solid dielectrics.


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Special features of functioning of the optical channel of a scanning optical microscope for cryobiology and cryomedicine

2010 International Conference on Modern Problems of Radio Engineering, Telecommunications and Computer Science (TCSET), 2010

Is analyzed work of a scanning optical microscope, which magnification reaches initial values of electronic raster microscopes, at research of biological microobjects cryobiology and cryomedicine at a cellular level. Circuits of optical channels for working on show-through and reflection, and also microscopic cryostate for deep cooling are offered on the basis of thermoelectric modules and thermal pipes.


An intelligent approach to formulate the contents of novel functional food

2014 IEEE International Symposium on Innovations in Intelligent Systems and Applications (INISTA) Proceedings, 2014

This paper describes an applied approach using an Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System to formulate the contents of novel diary functional food. In the development stage for a new functional food, it is required a careful balancing in the product ingredients in order to be achieved not only a healthily effect but an acceptable sensory properties. This imposes the solving of ...


Volterra model predictive control of a lyophilization plant

2008 4th International IEEE Conference Intelligent Systems, 2008

Lyophilization plants are widely used by pharmaceutical industries to produce stable dried medications and important preparations. Since, a Lyophilization cycle involves a high energy demands it is needed to be used an improved control strategy in order to minimize the operating costs. This paper describes a method for designing a nonlinear model predictive controller to be used in a Lyophilization ...


Cryogenic thermophysical studies for clinical medicine

Tsinghua Science and Technology, 2002

Cryogenic technology has been widely used in clinical medicine and in pharmaceutics, so thermophysical studies are extremely important to solve problems during freezing and thawing. This paper reports some recent research in clinical medicine, including cryo-injury, cryosurgery, and cryopreservation of some important cells and tissues. Microscopic images of the freezing process with a cryomicroscope system show that the dendritic ice ...


The Mechanism Analysis of NaCl Solution Ice Formation Suppressed by Electric Field

2006 IEEE 8th International Conference on Properties & applications of Dielectric Materials, 2006

The cells and tissues usually may be subjected to cryo-injure, but caused to die during freezing process for cryo-preservation. Among them, the most direct reason is extra-cellular and intra-cellular ice formation. How to control, reduce, or eliminate the ice formation has been an important research topic in fundamental cryobiology. The objective of this study was to test a hypothesis that ...


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  • Special features of functioning of the optical channel of a scanning optical microscope for cryobiology and cryomedicine

    Is analyzed work of a scanning optical microscope, which magnification reaches initial values of electronic raster microscopes, at research of biological microobjects cryobiology and cryomedicine at a cellular level. Circuits of optical channels for working on show-through and reflection, and also microscopic cryostate for deep cooling are offered on the basis of thermoelectric modules and thermal pipes.

  • An intelligent approach to formulate the contents of novel functional food

    This paper describes an applied approach using an Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System to formulate the contents of novel diary functional food. In the development stage for a new functional food, it is required a careful balancing in the product ingredients in order to be achieved not only a healthily effect but an acceptable sensory properties. This imposes the solving of multiparametric task, how to select an optimal product composition in order to obtain a products with a great percent of consumer acceptability. Since, the main sensory characteristics of the products can be assessed by trained panelists and encoded by a numerical estimates, the task can be solved by a simple fuzzy input-output mapping, in order to conclude how each component of the product affects a selected sensory characteristic.

  • Volterra model predictive control of a lyophilization plant

    Lyophilization plants are widely used by pharmaceutical industries to produce stable dried medications and important preparations. Since, a Lyophilization cycle involves a high energy demands it is needed to be used an improved control strategy in order to minimize the operating costs. This paper describes a method for designing a nonlinear model predictive controller to be used in a Lyophilization plant. The controller is based on a truncated fuzzy- neural Volterra predictive model and a simplified gradient optimization algorithm. The proposed approach is studied to control the product temperature in a Lyophilization plant. The efficiency of the proposed approach is tested and proved by simulation experiments.

  • Cryogenic thermophysical studies for clinical medicine

    Cryogenic technology has been widely used in clinical medicine and in pharmaceutics, so thermophysical studies are extremely important to solve problems during freezing and thawing. This paper reports some recent research in clinical medicine, including cryo-injury, cryosurgery, and cryopreservation of some important cells and tissues. Microscopic images of the freezing process with a cryomicroscope system show that the dendritic ice growth is affected by the solution concentration, the cooling rate, and the number of embryos. An enthalpy method is used for the freeze-thaw analysis of the cryosurgery with a program developed to predict the temperature profile and the interface motion, which compares well with experimental results. A very rapid cooling technique is developed by quenching the samples into subcooled liquid nitrogen for vitrification of cells and tissues. An analytical method developed to prevent the fracture of arteries during freezing has been verified by the electronic microscopic investigation.

  • The Mechanism Analysis of NaCl Solution Ice Formation Suppressed by Electric Field

    The cells and tissues usually may be subjected to cryo-injure, but caused to die during freezing process for cryo-preservation. Among them, the most direct reason is extra-cellular and intra-cellular ice formation. How to control, reduce, or eliminate the ice formation has been an important research topic in fundamental cryobiology. The objective of this study was to test a hypothesis that the alternated electric field could significantly influence the solution of 0.9% NaCl freezing property at a relative slow cooling rate. The test sample consisted of 0.9% NaCl solution and it was frozen in 0.26 K/min cooling rate, simultaneously was exposed to alternating electric fields ranging from 50 Hz to 5M Hz. A system was built and utilized to measure the temperature of the test sample continually. It was founded that alternated electric fields strongly influenced the freezing property of the solution, included the undercooling point temperature of the solution and the latent heat produced by phrase transition during freezing process. The results were analyzed by using dielectric theory and ions moving phenomena, it indicated that the icons moving under alternated electric field is main factor influencing the property of 0.9% NaCl solution during freezing process

  • Dielectric spectrum of cryoprotective solution at low temperature

    The dielectric properties of physiological saline and cryoprotective solution (ternary solution) have been measured as a function of temperature (-80-0 degrees C) and frequency (1-10 kHz). It is experimentally found that, when ternary solution is slowly frozen, anomalous high permittivity occurs and then changes rapidly in a certain temperature range. The drift and diffusion of zwitterions lead to the high permittivity when the ternary solution is slowly frozen. The relaxation of zwitterions, Maxwell-Wagner, and H/sub 2/O molecules contributes to the dielectric spectrum. A new polarized model has been presented and successfully used to explain the dielectric properties of the samples. The relationship between the eutectic and the temperature at which tan delta reaches its maximum value in the dielectric temperature spectrum may find application in cryobiology, since crystallization of liquid is one of the main reasons of cell death in the process of being slowly frozen.<>

  • Effect of applied electric field on the formation and structure of ice in biomaterials during freezing

    The extra or intracellular ice crystal during the freezing of biomaterials is lethal to cells. It is an important topic in cryobiology how to control, reduce, or even eliminate the ice formation. The purpose of this study is to testify an assumption that electric field could significantly influence ice formation and induce the structure of microcrystal or glassy ice in some samples at a relative slow cooling rate. Physiological saline (0.9wt.%) as the sample, was applied a uniform electric field with the strength of 0~103V/m. The formation and structure of ice were analyzed by thermodynamic course and dielectric spectroscopy, which indicated that under electric field saltine ice increased and pure ice decreased significantly. When E=1×103V/m, supercooling and relative dielectric constant increased conspicuously. Furthermore, the related theories of crystallography and dielectric physics were used to explain the experimental results. This preliminary results show that a certain electric field might be such a promising approach to control the formation and structure of ice during the slow cooling process of biomaterials.

  • Thermal expansion of cryoprotective agents and synthetic ice blockers

    It has been recently reported that adding various synthetic ice blockers (SIBs) to the cryoprotective agent (CPA) cocktail DP6 decreased the onset of crystallization, which is a favorable condition for cryopreservation - the preservation of tissues at very low temperatures. DP6 is a CPA cocktail which has drawn significant attention in the cryobiology community in recent years. The current study focuses on thermal expansion measurements of tissue specimens permeated with the same SIB-CPA mixtures. Results of this study indicate lower thermal expansion in an SIB-DP6-tissue system when compared with the pure SIB-DP6 mixture, which may increase thermo-mechanical stress under some conditions. It is concluded that the inclusion of SIBs have the potential of improving the outcome of large-scale cryopreservation due to decreased tendency to crystallization.

  • Wireless Charger for Implantable Biotelemetry System

    This paper presents a description of the wireless charger for biomedical telemetry system for experimental animals. General information on the advantages of using telemetry in longitudinal biomedical researches is presented. The areas of application of wireless telemetry systems and their advantages over wired analogues are argued. A reliable method of transferring energy from the charger to the sensor-implant is described.

  • Effect of microwave irradiation of low intensity and magnetic fields on the Ca2+ contents in pea root cells

    The changes in the Ca2+ contents in of pea root hair cells after microwave irradiation and magnetic field exposure were investigated. The microwaves of frequency 36.6 GHz and 100 μW/cm2 intensity were produced by a generator designed and produced at the department of Theoretic Radio physics of the Kharkov National University. Roots also were processed by static magnetic field of 25 mT induction. The Ca2+ content was determined by the fluo-3 staining in roots hair cells. The microwaves (5 and 10 min exposure) induced the significant increase in the Ca2+ contents in cell nucleus. The magnetic field (1, 5 and 10 min exposure) not induced the increase of calcium content in cell nucleus. The regulatory role of the intranuclear increase of Ca2+ in cell response to electromagnetic and magnetic fields is discussed.



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