TRACK 1 – Smart Energy

(Giuditta Pisano, University of Cagliari, IEEE Italy Section, Amedeo Andreotti, University of Naples Federico II, Gérard-André Capolino, University of Picardie Jules Verne, France)

1.1 Power Systems and Smart Grids;

1.2 Power Electronics Converters, Electrical Machines and Industrial Drives;

1.3 Energy Management and Distributed Energy Resources;

1.4 Renewable Energy and New generation of accumulators;

1.5 Linear and Non-linear Modeling and control Circuits and Systems;

1.6 Neural Networks and Neuromorphic Systems;

1.7 Energy Harvesting, and Wireless Power transfer;

1.8 Low Voltage Protection; Medium Voltage Protection; Surge Protection;

1.9 Generator & Ground Fault Protection of Medium Voltage Installations.

TRACK 2 – Smart Industry

(Domenico Accardo, University of Naples Federico II, Federico Baronti, University of Pisa, IEEE Italy Section, Xavier Bellekens, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom)


2.1 Smart materials;

2.2 Sustainable industrial processes and products;

2.3 Modelling and simulation of advanced manufacturing processes;

2.4 Additive manufacturing for high performances application;

2.5 Smart Systems and Artificial Intelligence Solutions for Advanced Transportation Platforms;

2.6 Smart Technology Solutions for Enabling Safe Drone Operations;

2.7 Smart Solutions for Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance

2.8 Brain-Computer Interface for industrial applications;

2.9 Augmented Reality-based Inspection in Industry 4.0;

2.10 Immersive training systems.

TRACK 3 – Smart Communities

(Francesco Masulli, University of Genoa, IEEE Italy Section, Paolo Maresca, University of Naples Federico II, Pascal Lorenz, University of Haute-Alsace, France)

3.1 Smart education technologies;

3.2 Cognitive computing, Artificial Intelligence & machine learning;

3.3 Semantic Web, Big data & Analytics;

3.4 Smart living technologies;

3.5 Innovation ecosystems and social capital;

3.6 Blockchain ecosystem;

3.7 Smart services for smart people;

3.8 5G wireless networks;

3.9 Remote sensing methods and applications;

3.10 IoT and smart communications;

3.11 Power electronics and drives for sustainable transportation;

3.12 Transportation in Smart Communities.

Information

Please read information and recommendations on the coronavirus and COVID-19 at: 

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION

https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus

CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

NATIONAL HEALTH COMMISSION OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

http://en.nhc.gov.cn/

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