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The conference program will consist of plenary lectures, symposia, workshops and invitedsessions of the latest significant findings and developments in all the major fields of biomedical engineering.Submitted papers will be peer reviewed. Accepted high quality papers will be presented in oral and postersessions, will appear in the Conference Proceedings and will be indexed in PubMed/MEDLINE
The CDC is the premier conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practice of systems and control. The CDC annually brings together an international community of researchers and practitioners in the field of automatic control to discuss new research results, perspectives on future developments, and innovative applications relevant to decision making, automatic control, and related areas.
ISIE focuses on advancements in knowledge, new methods, and technologies relevant to industrial electronics, along with their applications and future developments.
APEC focuses on the practical and applied aspects of the power electronics business. Not just a power designer’s conference, APEC has something of interest for anyone involved in power electronics including:- Equipment OEMs that use power supplies and converters in their equipment- Designers of power supplies, dc-dc converters, motor drives, uninterruptable power supplies, inverters and any other power electronic circuits, equipments and systems- Manufacturers and suppliers of components and assemblies used in power electronics- Manufacturing, quality and test engineers involved with power electronics equipment- Marketing, sales and anyone involved in the business of power electronic- Compliance engineers testing and qualifying power electronics equipment or equipment that uses power electronics
The Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference is a major international conference focusing on educational innovations and research in engineering and computing education. FIE 2019 continues a long tradition of disseminating results in engineering and computing education. It is an ideal forum for sharing ideas, learning about developments and interacting with colleagues inthese fields.
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SAIEE Africa Research Journal, 2019
The management of innovation would require a distinctive innovation process. There are indications that the innovation process is vaguely described, which means it will be difficult to manage it. Two streams of innovation processes are discussed and a generalisation of one of them to determine the extent of having a comprehensive systematic innovation process model. For the purpose of this ...
2016 International Conference on ICT in Business Industry & Government (ICTBIG), 2016
Nowadays the IP video traffic over the wireless network is continuously growing due the advances in wireless network technologies and smart mobile communication devices. It is estimated that globally IP video traffic will be eighty percent of all IP traffic business as well as a consumer by 2019, it was sixty-seven percent in 2014. In 2019, the global consumer traffic ...
2017 IEEE International Conference on Real-time Computing and Robotics (RCAR), 2017
With the aggravation of aging in the world, walking ability is a major problem for elders and disorder patients. However, most lower limbs rehabilitation robots only focus on rehabilitation training, and there are few robots considering standing up motion for the patients. In this paper, we developed a kind of mobile lower limbs rehabilitation robot to help the elders and ...
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, 2018
A function to simulate lightning return stroke current as a sum of two exponential terms is presented. The exponent of the first term is a linear function of time, while the exponent of the second term is a power function of time with degree n. Compared with the function from IEC 62305-1, the proposed function offers slightly different front of ...
2017 Annual Pulp, Paper And Forest Industries Technical Conference (PPFIC), 2017
Summary form only given. As the baby boomer generation reaches retirement age, companies throughout the Forest Products Industry and their suppliers are working to cope with an unprecedented wave of turnover in both their engineering and skilled trade ranks. This presents a number of opportunities for younger persons entering the workforce, but also represents challenges to capture and pass on ...
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The management of innovation would require a distinctive innovation process. There are indications that the innovation process is vaguely described, which means it will be difficult to manage it. Two streams of innovation processes are discussed and a generalisation of one of them to determine the extent of having a comprehensive systematic innovation process model. For the purpose of this paper a short definition of innovation is given. The innovation methods, systematic innovation, creative problem solving and TRIZ are briefly discussed. Methods to analyse problems is given as adequate definitions of problems are necessary for efficient finding of solutions. Idea creation techniques are discussed as well as the evaluation and implementation of ideas. Systematic innovation for business and management and the influence of psychological factors, problem definition and solving is examined. The conclusion looks at the combination of the creative problem solving and TRIZ processes and tools as presented in the model for systematic innovation for business and management and provide an evaluation of it. The detected shortcomings towards being comprehensive are indicated.
Nowadays the IP video traffic over the wireless network is continuously growing due the advances in wireless network technologies and smart mobile communication devices. It is estimated that globally IP video traffic will be eighty percent of all IP traffic business as well as a consumer by 2019, it was sixty-seven percent in 2014. In 2019, the global consumer traffic will be reached the range between 80 to 90 percent for all types of videos, i.e., IP video, IP-TV, video on demand (VoD), the Internet, and P2P. In 2014, it accounted that fifty-four percent IP traffic on wired electronics equipment. However, in 2016, it estimated that the IP network traffic on wireless and mobile equipment may be increased rather than traffic on wired equipment. In 2019, all devices connected to IP networks increased three times the global population. Therefore for bandwidth hungry application like IP video, more research needs to be done for reliable and video transmission. Clearly, there is an urgent need for new wireless technologies to bridge the gap between present wireless technologies and multimedia applications. This talk will present the innovative idea for cross-layer mechanism for Improving Video Transmissions over wireless network.
With the aggravation of aging in the world, walking ability is a major problem for elders and disorder patients. However, most lower limbs rehabilitation robots only focus on rehabilitation training, and there are few robots considering standing up motion for the patients. In this paper, we developed a kind of mobile lower limbs rehabilitation robot to help the elders and disorder patients carry on daily walking and gait training. Especially, a lifting system which considering patients' natural standing up motion was added to the robot to help them to arise from a kneeling position to a standing one. A PID control method based on a infrared distance sensor detection was proposed in this paper to make the robot adapt to the movement of patients' walking. A infrared distance sensor filter based on amplitude- limiting method was performed to reduce the measurement error. Experiments carried out on eight healthy subjects which were asked to wear a sensor system have proved the effectiveness of the proposed control method.
A function to simulate lightning return stroke current as a sum of two exponential terms is presented. The exponent of the first term is a linear function of time, while the exponent of the second term is a power function of time with degree n. Compared with the function from IEC 62305-1, the proposed function offers slightly different front of the current impulse. In addition, this letter gives details how to obtain parameters of the proposed function that satisfy the given requirements.
Summary form only given. As the baby boomer generation reaches retirement age, companies throughout the Forest Products Industry and their suppliers are working to cope with an unprecedented wave of turnover in both their engineering and skilled trade ranks. This presents a number of opportunities for younger persons entering the workforce, but also represents challenges to capture and pass on the lessons learned in the past. Some of the topics to be covered: recruitment, knowledge transfer, training, automation, and maintenance of older systems.
This paper presents a conceptual model of a variable gap magnet aimed to work as spectrometer for electrons with high energy in GeV range. The magnet could be part of an experimental arrangement for e- energy spectra measurements for nuclear physics experiments. A one meter long magnet with a variable gap size, between 20 and 70 mm, has been designed. The magnet has a modular structure and will be fabricated using NdFeB magnets and iron yoke. The maximum magnetic flux density will be 1.58T. 3D numerical simulations of the magnetic field inside the gap were performed using the finite element method. The forces between poles were also computed in order to compensate them adequately. A special symmetric displacement system was conceived in order to adjust the gap size.
`Open-field' PET imaging of freely moving rodents is a powerful paradigm because it enables the correlation of functional and behavioral outputs in response to environmental or pharmacologic stimuli. Use of motion compensation techniques provides a feasible framework for imaging a moving animal. However, to overcome the geometric and performance limitations encountered in adapting motion compensation techniques to existing scanners, we are developing a purpose-built PET imaging system for freely moving mice. Two important innovations of this scanner are panel detectors with thick (20 mm) scintillators arranged in a tightly packed box geometry to provide high sensitivity (~15%) and a motion-controlled sliding gantry moving in synchrony with the animal. Here we describe the design and characterization of the depth-of-interaction (DoI) detector module forming the basis of a prototype system. The detector comprises a 23×23 LYSO crystal array, 0.85 mm pitch, 20 mm length, read out at both ends using 6×6 arrays of through-silicon-via (TSV) silicon photomultipliers. The crystal, photodiode arrays and light guide exactly matched to minimize gaps between neighboring modules. A cross-wire readout with resistive weighting was used to provide 4 position and one timing output per array, i.e. 10 outputs/module. Average energy resolution was 17.6 ± 5.3%. Average DoI resolution near the center of the crystal (10 mm) was 2.8 ± 0.35 mm and 3.5 ± 1.0 mm near the edges. This almost meets our target DoI of <;3 mm to provide near-isotropic spatial resolution of ~1 mm throughout the FoV. The timing resolution was 1.4 ± 0.14 ns. Manufacturing flaws in our scintillator array, particularly the integrity of the reflector material and its bonding to the individual crystals, likely compromised light collection and uniformity in our characterization of DoI and energy resolution. Therefore, although the results are promising, we expect improved performance in these parameters with a new crystal array.
Smart Grid Technology has proved to be a promising reveal in nowadays modern and most ever challenging power systems. In this presentation, the three-year Smart Grid Technology-Master Engineering Program (SGT-MaP) project, supported by EU, Erasmus+ program will be introduced. This project aims at the development of a Master Program in Smart Grid Technology, to be offered by Egyptian Universities, through the collaboration between a consortium consists of 4 Egyptian (EG) and 3 European (EU) partners. All the consortium partners contribute in developing and reviewing a program of 24 courses, which will cover all related subjects of SGT. The developed program will be accredited by both the national accreditation board in Egypt and the national accreditation board in Austria. Related smart grid laboratories are to be established at EG partner universities to support the developed course. The presentation will primarily focus on the outlines of developed courses in order to assess their potential impacts on academia, stakeholders, and electrical power authorities in Egypt.
DC-link capacitor is one of the reliability-critical components in motor drive applications, which contributes to a considerable cost, size and failure. Its reliability performance depends on both inherent physical strength and external loading. The grid unbalances could alter the electro-thermal stresses of key components in a motor drive. Therefore, this paper investigates the impact of grid voltage amplitude and phase unbalances on the lifetime of DC- link capacitors used in a standard three-phase motor drive. The theoretical stress models and experimental measurements of the capacitor voltages and ripple currents are presented. The relationship between the DC-link capacitor lifetime and the level of unbalances and loads are discussed based on a 7.5 kW motor drive system. The results serve as a guideline to size the DC-link capacitors to be robust enough at the presence of grid unbalance conditions.
Epistasis detection facilitates determining susceptibility to disease. Multifactor dimensionality reduction (MDR) and multiobjective MDR (MOMDR) were proposed for epistasis detection. However, more measures must be investigated for MOMDR. In this study, we incorporated the Youden index (YI) and correct classification rate (CCR) into MOMDR (MOMDR-YC) for epistasis detection. Simulations were conducted to compare MDR-based YI (MDR-Y), MDR-based CCR (MDR-C), and MOMDR-YC. Moreover, the detection success rates of the three approaches are presented. MOMDR-YC revealed that the YI and CCR measures can enhance the detection success rates of MDR. The simulation results revealed that epistasis could be successfully detected by incorporating YI and CCR into MOMDR.
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