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2020 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

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2019 IEEE 15th International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE)

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Switching the Light: From Chemical to Electrical [Historical]

IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine, 2015

There are many good reasons to celebrate light besides the scientific achievements triggered by al-Haytham's work 1,000 years ago, which was described in the 'Historical' column in the last issue of IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine [1]. Long before Maxwell discovered the secret nature of light, mankind had learned how to manage it to improve life. Far back in the Stone ...


Trailblazers in Solid-State Electronics [Historical]

IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine, 2011

The first person to investigate solid-state effects was the German physicist Karl Ferdinand Braun. It is little known that the first solid-state devices were made much earlier, even before thermionic tubes were conceived. The selenium rectifier was the first solid-state metal diode suitable for more general power uses.


Fuzzy Logic: The Genius of Lofti Zadeh [My View]

IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine, 2017

Lotfi Askar Zadeh was the father of fuzzy logic, and, according to many, he was mankind's most renowned thinker. The greatness of Zadeh can be realized from the ubiquitous effect of fuzzy logic on all knowledge that, henceforth, a solution should be defined as all the answers, which lie within the fuzzy range of value or tolerance of the solution. ...


A patented drop-free trocar for ophthalmic applications: design and realization [From Mind to Market]]

IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine, 2008

Currently, there is no commercial device capable of stopping the outlet of the intraocular biological fluid during minimally invasive ophthalmic surgery. While solving this problem is not simple, in this article we describe the realization of a novel device capable of limiting the problem. In this research, a novel drop-free trocar that allows the cessation or reduction of the outflow ...



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  • Switching the Light: From Chemical to Electrical [Historical]

    There are many good reasons to celebrate light besides the scientific achievements triggered by al-Haytham's work 1,000 years ago, which was described in the 'Historical' column in the last issue of IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine [1]. Long before Maxwell discovered the secret nature of light, mankind had learned how to manage it to improve life. Far back in the Stone Age, 1.5-0.5 million years ago, ancient progenitors of modern man were able to conserve fire and use it in many ways, including lighting the dark of the night, promoting socialization among the individuals gathered around the fire. Much later, the light of oil lamps and candles illuminated the dwellings and palaces of ancient and classical civilizations, allowing a much richer social life after dusk [2].

  • Trailblazers in Solid-State Electronics [Historical]

    The first person to investigate solid-state effects was the German physicist Karl Ferdinand Braun. It is little known that the first solid-state devices were made much earlier, even before thermionic tubes were conceived. The selenium rectifier was the first solid-state metal diode suitable for more general power uses.

  • Fuzzy Logic: The Genius of Lofti Zadeh [My View]

    Lotfi Askar Zadeh was the father of fuzzy logic, and, according to many, he was mankind's most renowned thinker. The greatness of Zadeh can be realized from the ubiquitous effect of fuzzy logic on all knowledge that, henceforth, a solution should be defined as all the answers, which lie within the fuzzy range of value or tolerance of the solution. Fuzzy logic, a postcreational technology, has helped propel human knowledge forward thousands of years, far beyond scientific and postscientific applications..

  • A patented drop-free trocar for ophthalmic applications: design and realization [From Mind to Market]]

    Currently, there is no commercial device capable of stopping the outlet of the intraocular biological fluid during minimally invasive ophthalmic surgery. While solving this problem is not simple, in this article we describe the realization of a novel device capable of limiting the problem. In this research, a novel drop-free trocar that allows the cessation or reduction of the outflow of vitreous humour during a typical minimally invasive ophthalmic surgical procedure has been designed and realized.

  • The Big Jump from the Legs of a Frog [Historical]

    In recent years, we have witnessed growth in the importance of electrochemical storage for both stationary and mobile applications. With regard to the former, we have seen that the increasing penetration of intermittent renewable sources and of smart grids requires energy storage capabilities suitable for providing services with different technoeconomical horizons, such as sag compensation, frequency regulation, power smoothing, load leveling, load following, grid stabilization, power balancing, peak shaving, and time shifting up to investment deferral. With regard to the latter, the tremendous worldwide success of mobile electronics (cell phones, smartphones, laptops, etc.) in part relies on batteries capable of high power and energy densities. An even wider market expansion is expected in the coming years from electric vehicles, which demand batteries that feature high ranges at low costs. In this framework, intense efforts are being devoted to the development of improved batteries, with the aim of capturing a market that is expected to boom in the coming decades [1], [2]. However, apart from being expected to thrive in a bright future, batteries also boast a glorious past.

  • The Roots of Automation Before Mechatronics [Historical]

    The inventions of Kenotron (the thermionic valve diode, 1904) by John A. Fleming and Audion (the thermionic valve triode, 1906) by Lee De Forest started the revolution of electronics, that merged with mechanics, automation, and computer science around the mid-1950, generating present-day industrial robots and eventually mechatronics. A brief look at the history of automation before mechatronics came is given in this paper.

  • Prototyping for Industrial Applications [Industry Forum]

    An FPGA is a good vehicle for creating a prototyping system for checking out an industrial product concept and functionality. High nonrecurring engineering (NRE) cost makes an ASIC suitable only for very high-volume products, such as handheld game terminals and cellular phones. For medium-volume products, the HardCopy ASIC is a lower-cost and lower-power replacement for an FPGA. The HardCopy ASIC is a custom device that is created by incorporating the advantages of an ASIC into an FPGA by removing the resources that are not required in the final device. The power and performance of Hard-Copy ASICs are comparable to those of standard-cell ASICs. Altera's design software enables a single-toolset transition from an FPGA to the HardCopy ASIC.

  • The Beginning of Electric Energy Transmission: Part Two [Historical]

    After the early experimental lines realized by Gaulard and Gibbs of 1881?1884, the consequent theoretical investigations by Ferraris, and the improvements developed at Ganz & Co. (Budapest, Hungary) by Zipernowsky, Blathy, and Deri, who in 1885 introduced the ZBD scheme (from their initials), engineers soon started building on alternating currents (ac) in several countries. Early operative ac systems, which exploited the capability of transformers to step voltages up and down, soon appeared, aimed at distributing and transmitting electric power over long distances.

  • Mergers and acquisitions basics for the industrial electronics and communications industry [industry forum]

    The electronics and communications industries are very familiar with the traditional financing model for companies of venture capital startup, followed by a public offering to fund growth. An increasing trend throughout the technical sector is to use private equity funding to transition from venture capital to growth funding. Understanding private equity funding basics can provide an alternative to companies as they decide a strategic direction.



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