The 9th IEEE Workshop on

Advances in Information, Electronic and Electrical Engineering
AIEEE’2021

Riga, Latvia, November 25 - 26, 2021

ORGANIZATION OF THE CONFERENCE

AIEEE’2021 will be organized in online form. Please use this link to the online Conference opening and sessions:


AIEEE 2021 is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: AIEEE 2021
Time: Nov 26, 2021 09:00 Helsinki

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PROGRAM


WORKSHOP OPENING 9.05


Andrejs Romanovs & Dalius Navakauskas, AIEEE 2021 General Co-Chairs


KEYNOTE SPEECH 9.05–9.25


Deep Learning with Auto-Encoders: from Theory to Applications
Dr. Sergej Jakovlev, VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Czechia


KEYNOTE INDUSTRIAL SPEECH 9.25–9.40


Picosecond precision time measurement technology and its applications
Pavels Razmajevs. COO of Eventech Ltd., Latvia


SESSION A 9.45–12.15


Session Co-Chairs:
Prof Dr Nadežda Kuņicina, Assoc Prof Dr Raimondas Pomarnacki

  1. Leonid Kladovščikov, Romualdas Navickas. Design of self-test and self-calibration systems for analog active RC filters

  2. Jānis Pekša. Experimental Evaluation of Autonomous Open Data Prediction Framework (AODPF)

  3. Vlads Vladinovskis, Ilya Galkins. Review of Lathe Type 3D Printers and Their Possible Improvements

  4. Mantas Kazlauskas, Dalius Navakauskas. Case Study of a Multisensor Patient Network and Microservices Managed by Fog Computing

  5. Yahia Soliman Elshakhs, Mihails Pudzs. Communication System for Standardized Multipurpose CNC Machine

  6. P.Maksimkins, A.Stupans, S.Krivisa, A.Senfelds, L.Ribickis. Implementation of a Classic Washout Filter for Robotic Large Range Motion Simulator using Cylindrical Coordinate System

  7. Diana Belova-Plonienė, Andrius Katkevičius. Prediction of S Parameters of Hybrid Meander Structure with Multilayer Perceptron Neural Network

  8. Diana Gauce, Anna Litvinenko. Impact of data synchronization methods on the quality of engineering NIS data from several integrated applications in GIS architecture.

  9. Katrina Antonova, Igors Uteshevs, Martins Bisenieks, Ojars Krumins. Sprinkler system automation control development

  10. Dmitrijs Gorbacovs, Fjodors Mihailovs, Jānis Eiduks. Analysis of the formation of defects in the microstructure of the M-24 bolts of the rubber-cord coupling at various ranges of mileage of electric trains motor cars




SESSION B 9.45–12.15


Session Co-Chairs:
Dr. Vitalijs Boļšakovs, Dr. Vytautas Abromavičius

  1. Imants Pulkstenis, Anna Litvinenko, Viktors Kurtenoks, Vjaceslavs Lapkovskis. Performance evaluation of measured time stretching approach for event timer

  2. Veronika Malyško-Ptašinskė, Eivina Radzevičiūtė. Modelling Electroporation of Tumors Using Finite Element Method

  3. Arturs Kempelis, Andrejs Romanovs, Antons Patlins. Implementation and Evaluation of Machine Learning Model in IoT Network Prototype

  4. Vaiva Rusen, Darius Plonis. Investigation of the Radially Anisotropic Semiconductor Waveguide with Graphene Layers

  5. Murauskas,G. Staigvila, J. Novickij, V. Novickij. Bipolar Electroporator for High Frequency Electroporation

  6. Jagadeesh Chakkaravarthy Revathy, Egils Ginters. Hidden and Unanticipated Effects of Core Digital Technologies

  7. Martins Bisenieks, Roberts Grants, Ojars Krumins. Fast charging for electric vehicles station integration with renewable energy sources

  8. Mihails Pudzs, Arturs Aboltins, Sandis Migla, Oskars Selis, Pauls Eriks Sics, Dans Laksis, Anna Litvinenko. Line-like Object Detection in Corrupted Images byAveraging of Second Order Vector Fields

  9. Maxim Vorobyov. Features of Lighting Equipment for Spatially Complex and Dynamically Changing Work Environments

  10. Alexander Bubovich. Losses and Harmonic Distortion of Multilevel Converters in Residential Battery Energy Storage Systems



REQUIREMENT FOR PRESENTATIONS

Presentation duration up to 10 min with questions. Presentation language: English. All presentations must be prepared in Microsoft PowerPoint or PDF formats.



 

The 9th IEEE Workshop on

Advances in Information, Electronic and Electrical Engineering
AIEEE’2021

Riga, Latvia, November 25–26, 2021

CALL FOR PAPERS

The workshop aims at bringing together young scientists and researchers from information; electronic and electrical engineering field of science in an effort to promote and encourage cross-fertilization of ideas and tools related but not limited to computer technologies; audio or image processing and recognition; automatic control; robotics; computer hardware and software; telecommunications; information technology; information systems; system security and control; modelling and performance; e-commerce and e-governance; cloud computing; human computer interaction; cyber-physical systems, intelligent systems; high performance and next generation computing; sensor nodes; circuits; devices; wireless sensor networks; internet and web applications; mobile computing; semantic Web and ontologies.

Organized by:

IEEE Latvia Section

Riga Technical University

IEEE Lithuania Section

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

General Co-Chairs:

Prof. Assoc. Andrejs Romanovs Riga Technical University, Latvia

Prof. Dalius Navakauskas Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania

Scientific and Organizing Committee Chairs:

Prof. Ilja Galkins Riga Technical University, Latvia

Prof. Vytautas Urbanavičius Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania

Technical Co-Sponsors:

IEEE Latvia Section Power Electronics/Industrial Electronics/Industry Applications Society Joint Chapter; IEEE Latvia Section Communications, Microwave Theory and Techniques, and Antennas and Propagation Joint Chapter; IEEE Latvia Section Computer Society Chapter; IEEE Lithuania Section Computer Chapter ; IEEE Lithuania Section Signal Processing/ Computational Intelligence/Communications Joint Chapter.

Important Dates:

Submission of paper draft (for oral presentation)
or extended abstract (for poster presentation)*:                 October 25, 2021

Notification of acceptance:                                               November 8, 2021

Final Paper submission**:                                                November 20, 2021

* – Abstract must include presenter’s IEEE member number (valid for year 2022).

** – Proceedings, published in a volume with ISBN numbers will be posted at the conference WWW site and accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements. Selected best papers are considered for publication in Latvian and Lithuanian scientific journals.

For Submission and Registration Guidance:

AIEEE’2021 Workshop page: aieee2021.ieee.lv

Contact: A. Šenfelds, armands.senfelds@rtu.lv (LV) | D. Plonis, darius.plonis@vgtu.lt (LT)

All prospective papers should be send in IEEE format to Armands Senfelds by email: armands.senfelds@rtu.lv