ERK 201619. - 21. September 2016
Hotel Bernardin, Portorož
The ERK 2016 conference will be held on September 19-21, 2016 in Congress Center Bernardin, Portorož, Slovenia. The conference is organized by the IEEE Slovenia Section together with Faculty of Electrical Engineering University of Ljubljana and other Slovenian professional societies. The Conference is bilingual, with presentations in English and Slovenian.
|EL - Electronics||CS - Computer Science|
|TC - Telecommunications||PR - Pattern Recognition|
|AR - Automatic Control and Robotics||BM - Biomedical Engineering|
|SM - Modeling and Simulation||DI - Didactics|
|ME - Power Engineering||ST - Student Papers|
|MT - Measurement||AE - Acoustics and Electroacoustics|
Registration is on the conference desk (Congress center, Ground floor) every day during the conference. The desk is open from 8h30 in the morning.
Konferenca bo potekala v kongresnem centru Bernardin v Portorožu. Konferenco organizira Slovenska sekcija IEEE v sodelovanju s Fakulteto za elektrotehniko Univerze v Ljubljani in drugimi strokovnimi društvi.
Na konferenci bo od 19. do 21. septembra 2016 poleg rednih sekcij bogat vzporedni strokovni program v vseh treh dneh, zato Vas vzpodbujamo, da si vzamete čas in se v tej atmosferi informirate in pogovorite o novostih, trendih in možnosti razvoja naše stroke na specifičnih področjih, za katere in od katerih živite. Vabljena, pregledna in poučna predavanja bodo dopolnjevala osnovni program konference, kjer bodo raziskovalci poročali o svojih dosežkih pred kritičnim strokovnim forumom udeležencev. Delovna jezika sta slovenski, ker se negovanju slovenske tehniške besede ne moremo odpovedati, in angleški, s čimer vabimo vedno več udeležencev iz tujine.
Vabilo na Tekmovanje študentskih prispevkov 2016 Slovenske sekcije IEEE.
Registracija udeležencev poteka na recepciji konference (pritličje GH Bernardin) vsak dan v času konference. Recepcija je odprta od 8h30 zjutraj.
Ponedeljek / Monday 19.9.2016
Torek / Tuesday 20.9.2016
Uroš Salobir, MSc. is at ELES, Ltd., Electricity Transmission System Operator. ELES, Slovenian Operator of Transmission System and High voltage network (TSO) is standing in the middle of the new digital business transformation that is today facing utilities all over Europe. Involvement of distributed energy resources in alignment of supply and demand based on big data, asset management and asset maintenance strategies based on advanced data driven processes, security related smart grid investments and smart real time awareness applications, are typical technical advancements that have a strong impact on the TSO Business of today as well as for the future. Digital transformation calls for a better optimization of power and digital resources within the utility as well as better cooperation within the electricity sector, also on a trans-national level. TSOs are therefore more than ever involved in European energy innovation initiatives, research alliances and EU funded research projects. ELES is gaining momentum by taking over Coordination of European Research projects and through European experience creating stronger cooperation and alliance of partners also on the national Slovenian level.
Alberto Tessarolo graduated with honors in Electrical Engineering from the University of Trieste in 2000 and received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Padova. Since 2006 he worked in the industrial environment as an innovative electric machine design and development engineer. In 2006 he joined the University of Trieste, where he teaches the course of Electric Machine Design.
His primary research interest is the study of advanced methods for electric machine analysis, modeling and design, a field in which he has authored more than one hundred international scientific papers since 2008. He acts as the principal investigator for various research projects in cooperation with private companies and public organizations. He is a member of the Electrical Machines Committees of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and the IEEE Industry Applications Society, respectively. He serves an Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion and the IEEE Power Engineering Letters and as an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications and the IEEE Industry Applications Magazine. He is a member of several IEEE Societies (IAS, IES, PES, PELS, Magnetics, Reliability) and reviewer for their Transactions. He was the recipient of the 2014 Prize Paper Award for the best paper published in the IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion in the period 2013-2014.
Micheloni (M.Sc.’02, Ph.D. ‘06) received the Laurea degree (cum Laude) as well as a Ph.D. in Computer Science respectively in 2002 and 2006 from the University of Udine, Udine, Italy. He is associate professor at the University of Udine. Since 2000 he has taken part to European research being under contract for several European Projects.
Dr. Micheloni's main interests involve active vision for the understanding of the scene by images acquired by moving cameras, neural networks for the classification and recognition of the objects moving within the scene. He is also interested in pattern recognition techniques.
Marko Zavrtanik received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering in 1997 from Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana. He is a senior researcher at J. Stefan Institute in Ljubljana and an associate professor at University of Nova Gorica.
His research activities can be divided in the field of silicon detectors radiation studies (membership in CERN RD39 Cryogenic Tracking Detectors collaboration and CERN RD50 Radiation Hard Semiconductor Devices for Very High Luminosity Colliders collaboration), the field of experimental particle physics (work in the Beam Condition Monitor (BCM) group of the ATLAS collaboration and work in the Diamond Beam Monitor (BLM) group again within ATLAS collaboration) and in the field of astroparticle physics (membership in the Pierre Auger collaboration and in the Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) collaboration).
Prof. Rongfang BIE is currently working at the College of Information Science and Technology of the Beijing Normal University. She received her M.S. degree on June 1993 and Ph.D degree on June 1996 in Mathematics from Beijing Normal University. She was with the Computer Laboratory at the University of Cambridge as a visiting faculty from March 2003 for one year. From 1998 to 2012, she concentrated to database application and data mining methods. From 2012, she has been focused in the Internet of Things and it's applications in medical and education fields. Her current research interests include Data Processing and data mining in the Internet of Things.