2022 ESA Workshop on Aerospace EMC (Aerospace EMC) wird in Potsdam vom 2022-05-23 bis 2022-05-25 stattfinden . Die IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility ist ein Sponsor dieser Veranstaltung. https://atpi.eventsair.com/emc-2022/ 2022 ESA Workshop on Aerospace EMC (Aerospace EMC) is scheduled to be held in Potsdam on 2022-05-23 to 2022-05-25. The IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility is a sponsor of this event. https://atpi.eventsair.com/emc-2022/
3GPP provided the specifications of 5G in Release 15. Releases 16 and 17 provided improvements to the system performance and supported the integration of new scenarios for verticals. The upcoming Release 18 will define “5G Advanced,” a milestone towards 6G. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) will be new key components of 5G Advanced. They got already introduced in Release 17 for network automation, but are expected to play a more prominent role for network and service management as well as orchestration in real- and non-real-time. It is expected that AI/ML will boost the performance in all layers of the network, particularly in the orchestration of the emerging technologies of the mobile core and Radio Access Network (RAN). New services, such as Extended Reality (XR), will be considered together with the improvements of the 5G system. Efforts will be also spent on improving further other existing services and features, such as network slicing, Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles (UAV), Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC), Non-Public Networks (NPN), Multicast and Broadcast Service (MBS), enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB); and Non-Terrestrial Network (NTN) integration. Scope of Contributions This Special Issue (SI) is intended to provide tutorial information and original research articles to the IEEE Communications Standards Magazine readers on 5G Advanced. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to): Enhancements to UAV with system and service aspects 5G System Support for AI/ML based services Architecture enhancements for XR and media services MEC Enhancements Enhanced support for non-public networks Technological enablers for network automation Enhancements for non-terrestrial networks and satellite access Privacy and security enhancements for 5G Advanced Network slicing enhancements NR coverage and mobility enhancements AI/ML for new generation RAN and O-RAN AI/ML and closed loop automation in 5G advanced core Life cycle management of AI/ML Network exposure capabilities towards verticals Distribute ledge technology for the 5G Advanced Enhanced security towards zero trust Power saving enhancements Enhancements for enhanced Mobile Broadband Enhanced support for Industrial IoT and Digital Twin Submission Guidelines Manuscripts should conform to the standard format as indicated in the Information for Authors section of the Paper Submission Guidelines. All manuscripts to be considered for publication must be submitted by the deadline through Manuscript Central. Select “December 2022/5G Advanced” from the drop-down menu of Topic/Series titles. Important Dates Manuscript Submission Deadline: 31 May 2022 Decision Notification: 31 October 2022 Final Manuscript Due: 15 November 2022 Publication Date: December 2022 Guest Editors Andreas Kunz Lenovo/Motorola Mobility Tarik Taleb University of Oulu George Alexandropoulos National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Konstantinos Samdanis Nokia JaeSeung Song Sejong University
This not-to-be-missed social event aims to provide PhD students and young professionals, with an opportunity to expand their network of contacts. It is organized by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS) and supported by the IEEE ITSS German Chapter and the IEEE Germany Young Professionals AG and it is open for all ITS practitioners in general, and for the IEEE IV 2022 conference participants in particular. Attendance is by registration only; tickets are available for purchase via the conference registration website. The number of tickets is limited. Tickets will be made available on a first come, first served basis, with priority to IEEE ITSS student members and members who are within 15 years of receiving their first professional degree. Note that IEEE members are not ITSS member by default (ITSS membership is additional, on top of IEEE membership). Therefore, you are only bindingly registered after we have checked your status and sent you a confirmation by e-mail. Until then, your registration is only an application. The social event is planned to be on Saturday June 4th, 2022, to act as an icebreaker before the conference official start with workshops on Sunday. More information is available here: https://ieee-itss-germany.org/event/social-event-ieee-iv22/ or https://r8.ieee.org/germany-yp/event/aachen-networking-event/
2022 11th International Conference on Modern Circuits and Systems Technologies (MOCAST) wird in Bremen, DE vom 08.06.2022 bis 10.06.2022 stattfinden. Die Greece Section CAS/SSC Joint Chapter ist ein Sponsor dieser Veranstaltung. 2022 11th International Conference on Modern Circuits and Systems Technologies (MOCAST) is to be held in Bremen, DE from 2022-06-08 to 2022-06-10. The Greece Section CAS/SSC Joint Chapter is a sponsor of this event. http://www.ids.uni-bremen.de/conf/mocast2022/index.html
Prof. Akimasa Hirata, Director & Professor at Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan 14.06.2022, 12 – 13 Uhr Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) Institut für Theoretische Elektrotechnik via Zoom. Please register beforehand. Datum: 14th Jun. 2022Zeit: 12:00 -13:00 PM (UTC+2, GE),19:00 – 20:00 PM (UTC+9, JP)Online: Zoom Meeting Kontakt:Prof. Dr. sc. techn. Christian SchusterInstitut für Theoretische ElektrotechnikHamburg University of Technology (TUHH)Blohmstr. 15, 21079 HamburgTel: 040 42878 3116E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWWW: www.tet.tuhh.deHints: an email reminder will be sent out in case of any changes. Please sign up in advance (E-mail: email@example.com) Abstract: The human body whose electrical behavior depend on the frequency should be considered in the modern design of wireless devices which are used in proximity of the human body. However, the complexity of the modeling may depend not only on the frequency but also the individual variabilities, environmental factors, size of the devices and use scenarios. In this lecture, first, a discussion on modeling of the human in the electromagnetics for different cases is provided. Then, the effect of the human presence on the wireless devices including wireless communication terminals and wireless power transfer systems is explained considering typical exposures scenarios. The electromagnetic fields emitted from the electrostatic discharge is also discussed. Biography: Prof. Hirata (S’98–M’01–SM’10–F’17) received the B.E., M.E., and Ph.D. degree in communications engineering from Osaka University, Suita, Japan, in 1996, 1998, and 2000, respectively. From 1999 to 2001, he was a Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, and also a Visiting Research Scientist at the University of Victoria, BC, Canada, in 2000. In 2001, he joined the Department of Communications Engineering, Osaka University, as an Assistant Professor. In 2004, he moved to Nagoya Institute of Technology where he is currently a Full Professor and Director of Research Center. His research interests include electromagnetic safety, EMC, antennas, filters, risk management system for heat-related illness, methods in neuroscience, and related computational techniques. Prof. Hirata is an Associate Editor of the IEEE Trans. On EMC, an editorial board member of Physics in Medicine and Biology.He is a member of the main commission and a Chair of project group of International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP, from 2015), and a member of administrative committee and a Subcommittee (EMF Dosimetry Modeling) Chair of IEEE International Committee on Electromagnetic Safety (ICES, from 2014), and an expert of World Health Organization. From 2006 to 2012, he was also an Associate Editor of the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING. He received several awards including Young scientists’ Prize (2006) and Prizes for Science and Technology (Research Category 2011, Public Understanding Promotion Category 2014, 2020) by the Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, Japan, and IEEE EMC-S Technical Achievement Award (2015), and the Japan Academy Medal and JSPS Prize (2018). He is a Fellow of Institute of Physics and IEICE.
2022 IEEE 13th International Symposium on Power Electronics for Distributed Generation Systems (PEDG) wird in Kiel, DE vom 2022-06-26 bis 2022-06-29 stattfinden. Die IEEE Power Electronics Society ist ein Sponsor dieser Veranstaltung. 2022 IEEE 13th International Symposium on Power Electronics for Distributed Generation Systems (PEDG) is scheduled to be held in Kiel, DE on 2022-06-26 to 2022-06-29. The IEEE Power Electronics Society is a sponsor of this event.
Der 2022 Fifth International Workshop on Mobile Terahertz Systems (IWMTS) wird in Duisburg, DE vom 2022-07-04 bis 2022-07-06 stattfinden. Die IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society ist ein Sponsor dieser Veranstaltung. 2022 Fifth International Workshop on Mobile Terahertz Systems (IWMTS) is scheduled to be held in Duisburg, DE on 2022-07-04 to 2022-07-06. The IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society is a sponsor of this event. https://iwmts.org/
2022 IEEE MTT-S International Conference on Microwave Acoustics and Mechanics (IC-MAM) wird in München vom 2022-07-18 bis 2022-07-20 stattfinden . Die IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society ist ein Sponsor dieser Veranstaltung. http://icmam-ieee.org/ 2022 IEEE MTT-S International Conference on Microwave Acoustics and Mechanics (IC-MAM) is scheduled to be held in Munich, DE on 2022-07-18 to 2022-07-20. The IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society is a sponsor of this event. http://icmam-ieee.org/
After a long and fruitful career as a University professor, Ralph Kennel has reached retirement age. Prof. Kennel has dedicated his professional work to the development of control techniques for electric motors and power electronics, with numerous publications covering sensorless control and predictive control among other areas. Additionally, Professor Kennel has graduated a number of professionals who are currently pursuing successful careers in industry and academia around the world. To honor his fruitful professional work, several of his collaborators have decided to hold this two-day symposium. Submission Potential authors are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract summarizing the outline of the presentation. The considered topics of the symposiums are: Advanced and modern control techniques for electric drives and power electronics circuits. Sensorless control of AC drives. Power converters and multi-level inverters. Renewable energy systems (wind, photovoltaic, etc.). Robust control systems. Important dates Abstract Submission Deadline: 31.03.2022 Notification of Acceptance: 31.05.2022 Presentation Submission Deadline: 30.06.2022 Please send your abstract before 31.03.2022 to Mohamed.firstname.lastname@example.org Conference website: https://www.ieee.de/actped/
Themed "Networking Education in Germany", the hybrid IEEE German Conference on Education (GeCon 2022) aims to provide a platform to discuss teaching concepts and methods in German academic institutions, including universities, universities of applied sciences, and distance learning universities. Hosted by IEEE Germany Section and locally organized by TU Berlin, challenges and approaches in Higher Education will be highlighted through oral presentations and posters. The conference will also organize workshops to discuss and interchange recent experiences regarding online teaching, labs, and evaluations, the students’ perspectives, and the financial support for conducting research in education as well. Submitted papers (4-6 pages) will be peer-reviewed, Submitted papers (4-6 pages) will be peer-reviewed, and approved papers will be submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore. Submissions are invited, but not limited to, the following topics: Online courses: Remote teaching of hands-on activities, best practices on the assessment and evaluation in online courses, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), novel teaching modalities: podcasts, interactive videos, etc. Non-traditional teaching in STEM education: Digital Game Based-Learning, Project-based learning, Methodologies to teach soft-skills in STEM careers. STEM Education Initiatives. Role of education regarding new paradigms and technologies: Industry 4.0, IoT, IoE, 5G, or 6G Important dates Conference submissions: 17 Jun 2022 Notification of Acceptance: 08 Jul 2022 Camera Ready Submissions: 22 Jul 2022 Conference Sessions: 11 Aug 2022 - 12 Aug 2022 Please visit the webpage of the conference for further details, call for papers, and submissions at https://www.gecon2022.org/ Hope to see you soon in Berlin! With kind regards, GeCon 2022 Committee https://www.gecon2022.org/
Themed "Networking Education in Germany", the hybrid IEEE German Conference on Education (GeCon 2022) aims to provide a platform to discuss teaching concepts and methods in German academic institutions, including universities, universities of applied sciences, and distance learning universities. Hosted by IEEE Germany Section and locally organized by TU Berlin, challenges and approaches in Higher Education will be highlighted through oral presentations and posters. The conference will also organize workshops to discuss and interchange recent experiences regarding online teaching, labs, and evaluations, the students’ perspectives, and the financial support for conducting research in education as well. Submitted papers (4-6 pages) will be peer-reviewed, Submitted papers (4-6 pages) will be peer-reviewed, and approved papers will be submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore. Submissions are invited, but not limited to, the following topics: • Online courses: Remote teaching of hands-on activities, best practices on the assessment and evaluation in online courses, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), novel teaching modalities: podcasts, interactive videos, etc. • Non-traditional teaching in STEM education: Digital Game Based-Learning, Project-based learning, Methodologies to teach soft-skills in STEM careers. • STEM Education Initiatives. • Role of education regarding new paradigms and technologies: Industry 4.0, IoT, IoE, 5G, or 6G Important dates • Conference submissions: 17 Jun 2022 • Notification of Acceptance: 08 Jul 2022 • Camera Ready Submissions: 22 Jul 2022 • Conference Sessions: 11 Aug 2022 - 12 Aug 2022
Dear researcher, GeCon 2022 is announcing a new Keynote speaker to take place on August 11th-12th related to Massive Open Line Courses (MOOC). Due to the impact of Corona on traditional teaching in classrooms, new approaches concerning online teaching strategies have been abruptly applied by all of us. We hope this Keynote speech will support the research community's efforts. We look forward to seeing you at this hybrid conference in Berlin!!! TITLE: The openHPI Learning Platform – Successfully Creating a Virtuous Cycle of Teaching, Development, and Research. ABSTRACT: In 2012, the New York Times proclaimed the “Year of the MOOC”. In September of the same year, the first course with thousands of participants went online on openHPI, the Hasso Plattner Institute's new learning platform. In 2020, due to the pandemic, the “Second Year of the MOOC” was proclaimed by the media. End of 2021, the number of enrollments on openHPI has passed the first million. About a hundred courses have been offered on the platform so far. Meanwhile, the success of the platform and the course format convinced others. The HPI now operates about ten instances of the learning platform for partners in different contexts including corporate education (SAP), information for first responders and the public during pandemic outbreaks (WHO), national and federal research projects (AI-Campus, eGov-Campus), teacher education (lernen.cloud) and more. Beginning of 2022, the course enrollments on all platform instances in total have reached about 15 million. Enrollment numbers are one side of the coin, success rates are the other. While, generally, MOOCs are often criticized for their low course completion, openHPI boasts comparably good success rates. One of the success factors of the platform is that teaching, development, and research are heavily intertwined. Research topics are: social learning, learning analytics, game-based learning, storification, automated assessment, peer assessment, teamwork, chatbots, or mobile learning, to mention just a few. Every researcher is involved in the development of features that are related to their research and every researcher has been teaching at least one course on the platform. Due to the pandemic, many new use cases and different educational approaches had to be handled by the platform. Smaller courses, internal courses, blended courses, etc. often with very different requirements. The presentation will provide insights on successful course design, platform features, research results, and challenges that arose from the pandemic. Dr. Thomas Staubitz is a Senior Lecturer at the Hasso Plattner Institute at the University of Potsdam. He has been a member of the Learning and Knowledge Engineering research group at the chair of Professor Christoph Meinel since 2013 and is significantly involved in the openHPI project. He is responsible for several related projects, such as AI-Campus, eGov-Campus, or Corship. His research focus is on virtual teamwork in scalable learning environments and peer assessment. Other topics include online exams, online proctoring, and automated assessment of programming tasks. He has been involved in the production and delivery of about 30 MOOCs and SPOCs in various roles, both in front of and behind the camera.