Track 5

Track 5: Communication, electronics and power systems

Track chair:
Mahmoud Khodeir, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan

In the last decade, huge growing in next-generation communication and the continuous development of the electronics of Nano-technology and as well as the resent advances in both power drives and renewable energy have been achieved. All these together provide an opportunity to the academicians and researchers to gather and discuss various issues and its future direction in the field of electrical, telecommunications, electronics and power Engineering and Technologies. The target here is to put together the experts from the relevant areas to disseminate their knowledge and experience for the relevant future research scope and to pursue the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical, electronic and power systems engineering in the development, design, manufacture and application of electrical systems. This track “Communications, electronics and power systems”, covers the large spectrum of wireless communications and networking, electronic devices, the emerging power systems and renewable technology for theoretical results and applications.
Prospective authors are encouraged to submit their original, unpublished research paper (which is not under review in any other conference/ Journal) in the following, but not limited to:

• Communication Systems Technologies
• Wireless Communications and Networks
• Wireless Sensor Networks
• Green communications
• Next-generation communication systems
• Security in communication systems
• Optical communications
• Digital Signal Processing in communications
• Electronics Devices, Circuits and Systems
• Microelectronic Systems
• Electronic Materials
• Design and Implementation of VLSI
• Power Electronics and Drives
• Power and Energy Systems
• Electrical Machines and Renewable Energy
• Transmission and distribution systems
• Control Engineering
• Smart Grids
• Hybrid energy systems
• Nanomaterials for energy and environment

PC members

- Mahmoud Khodeir, University of Science and Technology, Jordan
- Genoveva Vargas Solar, CNRS-LIG-LAFMIA
- Márcio Eduardo Kreutz, UFRN
- Martin Musicante, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte
- José Luis Zechinelli Martini, Universidad de las Amricas - Puebla