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2021 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE)

FUZZ-IEEE 2021 will represent a unique meeting point for scientists and engineers, both from academia and industry, to interact and discuss the latest enhancements and innovations in the field. The topics of the conference will cover all the aspects of theory and applications of fuzzy sets, fuzzy logic and associated approaches (e.g. aggregation operators such as the Fuzzy Integral), as well as their hybridizations with other artificial and computational intelligence techniques.


2020 42nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBC)

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


2020 59th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC)

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.


2020 IEEE 18th International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN)

INDIN focuses on recent developments, deployments, technology trends, and research results in Industrial Informatics-related fields from both industry and academia


2020 IEEE 29th International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE)

ISIE focuses on advancements in knowledge, new methods, and technologies relevant to industrial electronics, along with their applications and future developments.


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Bridging the gap between academia and industry to reduce female attrition from engineering

2017 IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) Forum USA East, 2017

The number of women attending engineering schools is rapidly increasing each year. However, not as many women continue to pursue work in the engineering field. Studies have been done on understanding why females leave academia and industry and how to improve the environment in each. However, very little work has been reported on a method to bridge both environments together. ...


EasyMedz, The new trend medicine preordering

IEEE EUROCON 2017 -17th International Conference on Smart Technologies, 2017

Through the lifetime, a person might stumble upon diseases many of which may be deadly. In order to save the person's life, doctors will prescribe many medicines that may help cure the person. To make stuff easier technology has introduced many new ways to facilitate the struggle that the person may undergo. One of the new ways introduced is an ...


Warding off the plagiarism with the applications (Case study at Bina Nusantara University student and faculty member)

2018 International Conference on Information and Communications Technology (ICOIACT), 2018

Plagiarism in the education sector is as serious issues. In 2015 Indonesia ministry of research, technology and higher education stated to eradicate the plagiarism, and after 2 years the similar statement by Indonesia ministry of research, technology, and higher education. The plagiarism becomes the serious program by the ministry. The plagiarism in higher education happened, the faculty member or even ...


Local detection of PMU measurement errors using dynamic state estimators

2017 IEEE Power & Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT), 2017

This paper proposes the use of a couple of local PMUs and associated dynamic state estimators in order to detect and remove bad data in PMU measurements. Distinguishing features of the proposed approach is that it facilitates detection of bad-data in local PMU measurements without requiring a system- wide state estimator. The proposed approach relies on a performance evaluation technique ...


Optimal online charging of plug-in electric vehicles considering voltage unbalance factor

2017 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting, 2017

The worldwide application and grid-to-vehicle charging of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) are expected to tremendously grow within the next few years. Uncoordinated PEV charging in low voltage (LV) distribution networks can lead to local grid problems such as overloading of transformers and voltage unbalances. A potential solution and key challenge for PEV integration is the smart shifting of charging activities ...


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  • Bridging the gap between academia and industry to reduce female attrition from engineering

    The number of women attending engineering schools is rapidly increasing each year. However, not as many women continue to pursue work in the engineering field. Studies have been done on understanding why females leave academia and industry and how to improve the environment in each. However, very little work has been reported on a method to bridge both environments together. In this paper, the events organized by the student group, Women in Science and Engineering (WISE), with alumni shows success in confidence building, networking, mentoring and forming life-long friendships. This in turn can help enhanced female retention in the field of engineering, whether in academia or in industry. Presented in this paper is a description of the W.I.S.E activities, lessons learned and results. Evaluations were done with participating students via interviews.

  • EasyMedz, The new trend medicine preordering

    Through the lifetime, a person might stumble upon diseases many of which may be deadly. In order to save the person's life, doctors will prescribe many medicines that may help cure the person. To make stuff easier technology has introduced many new ways to facilitate the struggle that the person may undergo. One of the new ways introduced is an application that makes it easier for cancer and heart disease patients to get their medicines without going through the hustle of making several trips to the pharmacy.

  • Warding off the plagiarism with the applications (Case study at Bina Nusantara University student and faculty member)

    Plagiarism in the education sector is as serious issues. In 2015 Indonesia ministry of research, technology and higher education stated to eradicate the plagiarism, and after 2 years the similar statement by Indonesia ministry of research, technology, and higher education. The plagiarism becomes the serious program by the ministry. The plagiarism in higher education happened, the faculty member or even a professor found did the plagiarism. Therefore, this paper research conducted using descriptive analysis methodology to elaborate on deep the correlation plagiarism variables. Hence, warding off the plagiarism might possible to perform using the applications. The aim of this research to find the correlation variables that might use to ward off the plagiarism in the future. The very interesting result from 15 questioners and the report shows there are several significant correlation variables of the plagiarism.

  • Local detection of PMU measurement errors using dynamic state estimators

    This paper proposes the use of a couple of local PMUs and associated dynamic state estimators in order to detect and remove bad data in PMU measurements. Distinguishing features of the proposed approach is that it facilitates detection of bad-data in local PMU measurements without requiring a system- wide state estimator. The proposed approach relies on a performance evaluation technique which computes the probability density function (pdf) of the residuals provided by a dynamic state estimator. In the proposed approach it is assumed that there are at least two local PMUs that provide measurements to the dynamic state estimators of a synchronous generator. The proposed approach is implemented using a two-axis model of a synchronous generator with IEEE- Type 1 exciter. The performance of the proposed approach is investigated in the presence of bad-data associated with the measurements provided by the PMUs.

  • Optimal online charging of plug-in electric vehicles considering voltage unbalance factor

    The worldwide application and grid-to-vehicle charging of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) are expected to tremendously grow within the next few years. Uncoordinated PEV charging in low voltage (LV) distribution networks can lead to local grid problems such as overloading of transformers and voltage unbalances. A potential solution and key challenge for PEV integration is the smart shifting of charging activities to off-peak periods. This paper investigates the impacts of single-phase PEV charging at residential houses on the three-phase distribution network. It proposes online coordinated PEV charging using a genetic algorithm (GA) to minimize the overall voltage unbalance factor (VUF) by controlling the time of charging considering voltage constraints. The impacts of uncoordinated and GA coordinated PEV charging on VUF and voltage profiles will be simulated for a real Western Australian distribution network in the Perth solar city.

  • Generation of a Tsunami Hazard Map for the Coast of Manzanillo, Colima in Mexico Using Numerical Simulation and Wave Modeling

    Applying various mathematical and modeling methods, a tsunami hazard map was made for the coasts of the municipality of Manzanillo in Colima, Mexico; This map is intended to cover the risk of a tsunami produced by hypothetical earthquakes with magnitudes of Mw 6-Mw 9.5 with epicenter at 19.0192 N-104.4504 W. This area has been chosen as it stands out as one of the most historically affected areas by this type of disasters. puts at risk its tourist and habitable zone, which has positioned itself as one of the most important economic zones of the Mexican Pacific.

  • Detector shielding design of a PET inserts in a 3T MRI system

    For a PET insert to be placed inside an MR system, shielding for the detector modules is crucial as otherwise there can be mutual interference between the two modalities. In this work, we have assessed various shielding designs for both RF shielding effectiveness and gradient-induced eddy current performances. We designed six shielding configurations with various thicknesses, patterns and materials: 36, 18 and 9 urn thick solid copper; 36 urn thick segmented copper; 36 urn thick phosphor bronze mesh; and 0.8 mm thick carbon fiber composite. To evaluate the shielding performance, we performed transmission measurements (S21) and acquired the induced voltage from a MRI spin echo sequence using an RF probe. The eddy current performance was evaluated by the reflection measurement (S11) and observing the ghosting artifact and temperature rise from a MRI echo planar imaging (EPI) sequence. For the shielding effectiveness in both in/outside the MR system, the S21 magnitude for the solid copper (-43.1±1.7, -42.5±3.4, and -42.3±2.6 dB) and phosphor bronze mesh (-37.6±3.6 dB) configurations performed significantly better compared to other configurations (carbon fiber -29.2±1.5 dB and segmented copper -11.0±0.7 dB). For the eddy current performance, the phase delay acquired from the S11 measurement was less than 45° for segmented copper, phosphor bronze mesh and carbon fiber composites and significantly higher at ~120° for the solid copper configurations. The EPI ghosting artifact and temperature measurements showed similar trends inside the MR system as seen in the outside. In summary, we have evaluated the shielding effectiveness and the eddy current performances of several shielding designs, with the phosphor bronze mesh showing the best overall outcomes.

  • A Smart Autonomous WPT System for Electric Wheelchair Applications with Free-Positioning Charging Feature

    Electric Wheelchairs (EWs) are gradually replacing conventional wheelchairs as an assistive tool for people with disabilities who are unable to use physical force to drive manual wheelchairs on their own. EW charging requires manipulating, plugging in, and unplugging an off-board charger, which can be challenging or impossible for people with severe disabilities. In this paper, a comprehensive solution to the problem of EW recharging is provided in the form of a smart, autonomous charging system, based on Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) technology. In this research, a sufficiently large area of 0.75 m2 for a floor-charging pad involving multiple primary coils has been implemented while offering a free-positioning charging feature. A novel design methodology for primary and secondary charging pads optimization has been developed, taking into account various complex real-life constraints. In addition, a novel 250-W WPT controller design has been employed to maximize misalignment tolerance up to 7 cm while maintaining high system efficiency. In this paper, a novel, comprehensive, system-level organization of a master controller design has been presented which manages continuous coordination between the WPT controllers and the autonomous docking controller, records important system data, maintains safe operation of overall system, and prevents hazardous exposure to potentially harmful magnetic field beyond 15 μT. Additionally, a novel design methodology for primary and secondary charging pads optimization has been developed, that takes into account various real-life constraints, and provides a fair comparison between different designs in a multivariable environment. The proposed design is tested in laboratory conditions and later validated in a practical environment.

  • Design of a haptic master device for teleoperation applications

    A haptic device with both force and torque outputs is essential in teleoperation applications. However, researchers do not have sufficient access to such a haptic device due to the facts that the commercially available ones are usually expensive and the state-of-the-art research prototypes are not readily reproducible outside the original laboratories. This paper presents the design and preliminary experimentation of the CombOmni, a haptic device with both force and torque outputs. The CombOmni is constructed from two Sensible Omni haptic devices for teleoperation tasks. The Omni device only provides force outputs and its original structure doesn't allow effective connection between two such units. With minimal modifications and a carefully designed stylus, the CombOmni could be easily built. Kinematics-based design optimizations and the system construction are presented. With the effectiveness of the proposed idea demonstrated via calibration and experimental characterizations in the near future, the CombOmni could become a viable option for a haptic device with both force and torque outputs in a cost-effective way.

  • Establishing Effective Global Virtual Student Teams

    Research problem: In the educational arena, virtual teams made up of students who are located in more than one country are becoming increasingly commonplace. However, studies of the technological, social, and organizational factors that contribute to the success of these global virtual student teams (GVSTs) have yet to be systematically identified and discussed. In this paper, we seek to address this gap in our knowledge, drawing on several years of experience with GVSTs and addressing the following research question: How can university instructors establish effective GVST projects? Situating the case: The cases that we explore in this paper involve GVSTs with team members located variously in Hong Kong (all four cases), the USA (two cases), the UK (one case), and Singapore (one case). Students are a mix of undergraduate and graduate. How the case was studied: Our pedagogical purpose for running the GVST projects was to expose students to international communication and negotiation practices. The case designs involved situations where the student team members had to work collaboratively on a variety of tasks. We collected observational data and survey data, and required the team members to submit individual reflective reports about their learning experiences. About the case: We examine cultural differences among teams. We also note how issues of time and space vary across these teams, and consider how sufficient trust may be developed between team members to ensure productive work. Conclusion: From the four cases, we elicit 10 pertinent operational factors that should be of value to educators planning GVST projects.



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