IEEE RTSI 2019 – 5th International Forum on Research and Technologies for Society and Industry

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Date(s) - 09/09/2019 - 12/09/2019
Whole day

Centro didattico Morgagni Universita di Firenze

Innovation to shape the future

Technical Sessions:

Track1 – Smart Energy(Davide Poli – University of Pisa, Samuele Grillo – IEEE Italy Section)

1.1 Power Systems and Smart Grids
1.2 Power Electronics Converters, Electrical Machines and Industrial Drives
1.3 Power Management and Smart Building Technologies
1.4 Renewable Energy and Energy Storage Systems
1.5 Linear and Non-linear Modeling and control Circuits and Systems
1.7 Neural Networks and Neuromorphic Systems
1.8 Energy Harvesting, and Wireless Power transfer

Track2 – Smart Mobility, Logistics and Environment (Niccolò Baldanzini – University of Florence, Giambattsta Gruosso – IEEE Italy Section)

2.1 Automotive technologies, electric vehicle transportation systems, environmental impact of electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles, road user safety
2.2 Transportation electrification, new electric & hybrid vehicle concepts and architectures, interconnected users, vehicles and cities
2.3 Integrated and intelligent logistics, business models for smart mobility of people and goods, commercial vehicle operations
2.4 Transportation networks, advanced public transportation management, charging infrastructure and grid integration, Informative systems and services, shared mobility road, and rail traffic management
2.5 Ports, waterways, inland navigation, and vessel traffic management and shipboard electrical power systems
2.6 Air transportation, avionics and aerospace, more electric aircrafts

Track3 – Industry 4.0 (Lorenzo Mucchi – University of Florence and Andrea Caiti – IEEE Italy Section)

3.1 Cybersecurity
3.2 Big data for Internet of things
3.3 Automation, robotics and smart factories
3.4 Localization: RFID technologies, wireless sensor networks, algorithms
3.5 Sensors and transducers, integration of sensors, active and passive sensors, sensor modeling and analysis, environmental sensing
3.6 Nanotechnologies for industry 4.0
3.7 Photonic technologies, lasers and 3D printing for industry 4.0