Track Description Track Chairs
Applications of AI in Electrical and Computer Engineering Artificial intelligence (AI) is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems. These processes include learning (the acquisition of information and rules for using the information), reasoning (using rules to reach approximate or definite conclusions) and self-correction. Daniel Massicotte (UQTR)
Henry Leung (UCalgary)
Katarina Grolinger (Western)
Circuits, Devices and Systems Microelectronic integrated circuits technology is evolving with an unprecedented pace to produce denser and better chips for data processing and power management applications. New IC technology for very low-power applications is being rapidly developed. Sebastian Magierowski (York)
Mohammed Khalid (Windsor)
Anestis Dounavis (Western)
Communications and Networking Communication is at the heart of human activities. Advances in communications have been enormous over the past few years, generating more mobility and greater throughput. Network virtualization and a significant increase in the total capacity of wireless systems are the next steps. Ahmed Refaey (Western/MC)
Samer Sorour (Queens)
Computer and Software Engineering Computer and Software Engineering are among the most advanced research subjects of this century. Developing parallel algorithms and super-performing computer systems for data-intensive applications have always occupied a prominent place in this fascinating domain. Ahmed Shalaby (Lousville)
Mahmoud Gad (Government Canada)
Signal Theory and Signal Processing Signal processing finds applications in many industries. Signal modelling, analysis and processing are part of several fields of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Paul Fortier (Laval)
Vijay Parsa (Western)
Optoelectronics and Photonics Photonics and optoelectronics cover several fields, such as telecommunications, medical technology, automated systems, aerospace, automotive and defense. The applications of photonics and optoelectronics are very diverse, but they are also enabling technologies in a multitude of systems. Simone Pisana (York)
Jayshri Sabarinathan (Western)
Control and Robotics Control theory and robotics find application in almost every industry where production automation and efficiency are required. Productivity can be increased by better data communication between working steps from initial design to final manufacturing. Chris Macnab (Calgary)
Mehrdad Kermani (Western)
Bioengineering and Biomedical Apps Multifaceted imaging design principles, systems, and techniques, with applications in medical imaging, genomics and artificial intelligence, aimed at the exploring of novel pathophysiology and metabolic mechanisms and measure therapeutic efficacy; machine learning and data mining solutions utilizing medical imaging to assist clinicians and healthcare providers to bring big data to personalized medicine Ebrahim Ghafar-Zadeh (York)
Benoit Gossline (Laval)
Power Electronics and Energy Systems Power electronics plays a major role in the effective and optimal control of energy systems. Study of new power converter configurations and development of smart grids are certainly the most important subjects in this ever-growing domain. Jin Jiang (Western)
John Lam (York)
Machine and Computer Vision The numerous industrial applications of machine and computer vision make this discipline one of the pillars of the so-called smart factory. Machine and computer vision is also found in many biomedical devices. Ayman El-baz (Lousville)
Ali Sadeghi-Naini (York)
Sustainable Energy Generation, transmission and effective distribution of renewable energies are expanding research subjects in sustainable energy domain including present energy sources to exploit, and future energies to develop. Hany Farag (York)
Firouz Ajai (Western)