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Informatics in Control Theory and its Applications
Organizer-Chairman: Professor Vladimir Vasek
Faculty of Applied Informatics, Tomas Baťa University in Zlin, Nad Straněmi 4511, 76005 Zlin, Czech Republic
In system, control, or process engineering, devices like PLC, IPC, microcontroller kits or intelligent computer boards with advanced operating systems constitute an integral part of manufacturing and industrial processes. Advances in the theory of informatics have not been fully implemented in process control design until recently. However, many complex technological processes such as nonlinear, delayed, non-minimum phase ones, multidimensional or hybrid ones are hardly controllable by conventional control methods. Therefore, advanced modern control strategies have been investigated to deal with those problems. These methodologies, however, requires the utilization of elements of optimization or artificial intelligence. From this perspective, both, theoretical and application, contributions combining the informatics and system (control) issues are useful and desirable and highly welcome for the special session.
- Modeling and identification
- Control design
- Process control
- Process engineering
- Microcontrollers and programmable logic controllers
- Programming for system and control engineering
- Time delay, nonlinear, and multidimensional systems
- Predictive, adaptive, robust, multimodel, optimal and other advanced control methods
- Artificial intelligence
- Neural networks and genetic algorithms
- Fuzzy logic methods
- Deterministic chaos
- Applied informatics and control applications
- Advanced Diagnostic and Measuring Systems
- Intelligent production systems
- Intelligent buildings systems
- Embedded systems
AIPER: AI and Big Data Applications towards Person-centered eHealth, Personalized Recommendations and Improved QoL
Organizer-Chairman: Mr. George Manias, Prof. Dimosthenis Kyriazis
Department of Digital Systems, University of Piraeus, Piraeus, Greece
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
A crucial role in the huge expansion of the healthcare data play the utilization of Internet of Things (IoT) and of wearable and mobile devices. However, there is a lack of integrated primary and secondary data from patients that would allow clinicians to make personalized treatment decisions. In addition, a significant gap remains between the delivery of stratified healthcare leading to personalization as current approaches often take a one-size-fits-all approach, while also ignoring the patient’s Quality of Life (QoL). The special session will focus on research and development efforts in the domain of eHealth and the introduction of emerging AI and Big Data solutions required to overcome these lacks, driven by the research outcomes in the framework of an EU funded project, iHelp .
 G. Manias et al., "iHELP: Personalised Health Monitoring and Decision Support Based on Artificial Intelligence and Holistic Health Records," 2021 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), 2021, pp. 1-8, doi: 10.1109/ISCC53001.2021.9631475
In this context, the aim of this special session is to present research results on technologies, tools and methods that support the development, deployment, and operation of advanced AI and Big Data systems. The main topics of interest include, but are not limited to: - Standardization, harmonization, and interoperability of healthcare data
- Integrated Health Records
- AI tools for enhanced personalized recommendations
- Patient Digital Twins (PDTs)
- Dialogue Language and Platforms targeted at eHealth applications
- Virtual Health Coaches and Agents
- Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (FCMs) on personalized eHealth
- Explainable AI (XAI) techniques in the eHealth
- Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS)
- Integrated Care Model Libraries of AI algorithms
- Health Data Spaces
- Integrated Healthcare Knowledge Bases
- Blockchain-based Data Exchange and Management in eHealth
- Robotic Systems improving QoL
- Personalized monitoring and alerting eHealth solutions
- Delivery Mechanisms for Personalised Healthcare, Real-time Feedback and Behavioural Analytics
- Serious Games and Gamification (SGG) approaches towards personalization of prevention and intervention measures
- Future research challenges in eHealth
3) Title: Advances and Applications of Sost Computing
Organizer-Chairman: Dr. Michael Gr. Voskoglou
Professor Emeritus of Mathematical Sciences (Ex Graduate T.E.I. of Western Greece) University of Peloponnese, School of Engineering, 26334 Patras, Greece
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
In contrast to the conventional methods of hard computing which are based on symbolic logical reasoning and numerical modelling, soft computing deals with approximate reasoning and processes that give solutions to complex real-life problems, which cannot be modelled or is too difficult to be modelled mathematically. SC is a synthesis of several computing paradigms mainly including probabilistic reasoning, fuzzy logic, artificial neural networks and genetic algorithms. These paradigms are complementary to each other and can be used simultaneously for solving a given problem. Although soft computing appeared just during the 1980’s, its techniques are used nowadays successfully in many domestic, commercial and industrial applications becoming a major research object in automatic control engineering and having the potential to expand further in the forthcoming era of the fourth industrial revolution and the advanced Internet of Things. This session aims to bring together researchers, academicians and practitioners for discussion and exchange of ideas on the latest theoretical developments in this field as well as on the best practices for a wide range of applications. Papers dealing with case studies, experimental and theoretical works along with their application to real-life situations are of particular interest.
- Bayesian Reasoning
- Fuzzy Sets and Systems and their Extensions/Generalizations
- Fuzzy Logic
- Fuzzy Control
- Fuzzy Graphs
- Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets
- Neutrosophic Sets
- Soft Sets
- Rough Sets
- Grey Systems
- Intelligent Systems
- Artificial Neural Networks
- Genetic Algorithms
- Evolutionary Computing
- Industry 4.0
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Cyber-Physical Systems
- Applications of Soft Computing to Education
4) Title: Innovations in the Control of Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs)
Organizer-Chairman: Mr. Arash Mousaei
29 Bahman Bulvar, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
The primary objective of this Special Issue is to curate and disseminate the most recent research initiatives pertaining to the control of electric vehicles (EVs). It is widely acknowledged that cars account for a significant portion, specifically two-thirds, of global petroleum consumption, with passenger vehicles alone contributing to roughly half of this consumption. Consequently, the resultant environmental pollution arising from fuel usage and reliance on external energy sources has propelled extensive research endeavors and technological advancements in the quest to supplant traditional Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) power generation and transmission systems with renewable and eco-friendly alternatives. Against this backdrop, the control of EVs assumes a pivotal and direct role in mitigating energy consumption and optimizing battery longevity. As such, developing and implementing optimal and innovative control methodologies remain at the vanguard of research priorities within this field, serving as a noteworthy stride towards attaining energy efficiency and sustainability objectives. It is within this overarching context that we endeavor to curate a collection of cutting-edge research and foster engaging discussions surrounding EV control strategies.
- Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs)
- Control Theory
- Optimal Control
- Nonlinear Control
- Fuzzy Logic Control
- Adaptive Control Method
- Deep Learning
- Artificial Intelligence
- Dynamic Programming
- Sliding Mode Controller
- Super Twisting Sliding Mode
- Energy Management Strategy
- Control of HEV's Charging
- Control design
- Neural Networks
- Stability of HEVs
5) Title: Recent Trends in Information Systems and Information Technologies
Organizer-Chairman: Laxmi Ahuja
This session aims to bring together researchers, academicians and practitioners for discussion and exchange of ideas on the latest theoretical developments in this field as well as on the best practices for a wide range of applications. Papers dealing with case studies, experimental and theoretical works along with their application to real life situations are of particular interest.
- Artificial Intelligence
- Blockchain Technology
- Cloud Computing
- Cyber Security and Cyber Warfare
- Digital Entrepreneurs
- Digital Marketing
- E-Gov., E-Comm., E-learning
- Info. Security & Risk Mgmt.
- IT Enabled Business Processes
- IT Enabled Services
- IT in Agriculture, Manufacturing & Service Sector
- Knowledge Management
- Mobile Computing & Networking Tech.
- Online Social Networks
- Project Management, Quality Management
6) Title: Contribution of AI (Artificial Intelligence), and Applied Mathématiques and Informatique in biological control and fertilization of cultures
Organizer-Chairman: Dr Slimane Mokrani
Faculty of Faculty of Natural and Life Sciences, Mustapha Stambouli University in Mascara, Sidi Said, 29000 Mascara, Algeria
The world's population is facing a number of challenges, not least the depletion of natural resources and climate change. The need to feed the world's population is another challenge, estimated to reach 9 billion by 2050. Artificial intelligence has undoubtedly experienced a major evolution and importance in the current century. Continued advances in the field of mathematics and computer science, and their interdependence with artificial intelligence, can be exploited for the advancement of biological sciences in the field of biological control and crop fertilization. From this perspective, advances in the theory combining Computer Science and Informatics, besides modern and advanced in AI (Artificial Intelligence) related to biological control and fertilization of cultures, are useful and desirable, and are welcome for the special session.
- Modeling and identification
- Meta-metabolic modeling
- Data assimilation models
- Satellite Imaging
- Connecting images and genomic features
- Development, calibration, and validation of biological models
- Model-driven and data-driven integration and hybrids
- Precision fertilization
- Advanced Diagnostic and Measuring Systems
- Precision agriculture
- Precision irrigation
- AI and irrigation
- Megadata analysis
- Sustainable agriculture
- Hydroponics system modelisation and optimization
7) Title: Mathematics and Computers in Applied Sciences
Organizer-Chairman: Prof. F. Sukono
Department of Mathematics FMIPA University Padjadjaran,
Jl. Raya Bandung-Sumedang Km. 21,
Jatinangor-Sumedang 45363, Indonesia
- Mathematics and Computers in Physics
- Mathematics and Computers in Chemistry
- Mathematics and Computers in Biology
- Mathematics and Computers in Economics
- Mathematics and Computers in Geoscience
- Mathematics and Computers in Electrical Engineering
- Mathematics and Computers in Mechanical Engineering
- Mathematics and Computers in Civil Engineering
- Mathematics and Computers in other Branches of Engineering
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