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PALERMO, ITALY / JUNE 14-16, 2022
The 21st IEEE Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference
IEEE MELECON 2022
The 21st IEEE Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference
PALERMO, ITALY / JUNE 14-16, 2022
IEEE MELECON 2022
TRACKS AND SESSIONS

Track 1: SMART ENERGY

Chairs:
Carlo Cecati, IES Italy Chapter
Fabio Viola, University of Palermo
Hadi Kanaan, Saint Joseph University, Beirut, Lebanon

1.1 – Conversion and Control of Sustainable Energy Sources
1.2 – Power Electronics and Control in Smart Grids, Industry and e-Transportation
1.3 – Energy Storage Systems and their Control
1.4 – Electrical Machines and Drives for Industry and Renewable energy Systems
1.5 – Energy Management, Smart Metering and Distributed Energy Resources
1.6 – Electric Mobility: challenges, trends, safety and EMI issues
1.7 – Application of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Smart Grids
1.8 – Energy Harvesting, Wireless Power transfer and Power Electronics Systems
1.9 – Cyber Security and Big Data Issues for Smart Grid Systems

Track 2: SMART INDUSTRY

Chairs:
Giambattista Gruosso, Politecnico di Milano
Federico Baronti, University of Pisa

2.1 – Smart Materials & Smart Sensor for Industry 4.0
2.2 – Sustainable Industrial Processes and Products
2.3 – Modelling and Simulation of Advanced Products and Manufacturing Processes
2.4 – Additive Manufacturing Technologies, Applications and Measurement
2.5 – Smart Systems and Artificial Intelligence for Manufacturing
2.6 – Smart Technology for Autonomous Systems: from Robots to Drone
2.7 – Automation, Robotics and Smart Factories
2.8 – Collaborative Machines and Systems
2.9 – Augmented Reality-Based and Virtual Reality
2.10 – Agriculture 4.0: Technology and Solution
2.11 – Digital Manufacturing: from Data Collection to Intelligent Systems

Track 3: SMART HEALTHCARE

Chairs:
Sergio Cerutti, EMB Italy Chapter Chair
Thomas Penzel, Charité University Hospital, Berlin, Germany

3.1 – Services, Applications and Solutions in Smart Healthcare
3.2 – Big Data Integration and Personalised Medicine
3.3 – E-Health and IoT for Smart HealthCare
3.4 – Neural and Cognitive Engineering
3.5 – Advances in Medical Informatics for HealthCare Applications
3.6 – Biotechnologies: advanced Devices and Sensors
3.7 – Bio-electromagnetic modelling
3.8 – Nanostructured devices and smart materials for biophotonics applications

Track 4: SMART DIGITAL COMMUNITIES

Chairs:
Barbara Masini, CNR-IEIIT
Francesco Masulli, CI Italy Chapter Chair
Alexey Vinel, Halmstad University, Sweden

4.1 – Smart Education Technologies
4.2 – Cognitive Computing, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
4.3 – Semantic Web, Big data & Analytics
4.4 – Smart Living Technologies
4.5 – Blockchain Ecosystem
4.6 – 5G and beyond Wireless Networks
4.7 – Digital Twins for Smart Cities
4.8 – 3D Networks (terrestrial and aerial)
4.9 – Remote Sensing Methods and Applications
4.10 – IoT and Smart Communications
4.11 – Smart Mobility and Transportation

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