Professor Bo Yang, Kunming University of Science and Technology, China
Prof. Bo Yang obtained his obtained his Ph.D in Electrical Engineering from University of Liverpool (UoL), UK in 2015 (Jointly sponsored by University of Liverpool and China Scholarship Council). He is now a professor at Faculty of Electrical Power Engineering, Kunming University of Science and Technology, Kunming. Prof. Yang’s main research areas include optimization and control of renewable energy and energy storage system, application of artificial intelligence in smart grid. He has taken charge of 15 important research projects, including a project of National Natural Science Foundation of China, a project of Yunnan Provincial Basic Research Project-Youth Researcher Program, a project of Scientific Research Foundation of Yunnan Provincial Department of Education, etc. Prof. Yang has published a book of Nonlinear Robust Control of Renewable Energy Systems, and published more than 150 peer-reviewed SCI/EI papers, awarded as Elsevier China highly cited scholar in 2021.
Speech title: AI based modelling and optimal operation of PV system
Professor Vyacheslav Tuzlukov, Belarussian State Academy of Aviation, Belarus (IEEE Senior Member)
Dr. Vyacheslav Tuzlukov received the MSc and PhD degrees in radio physics from the Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus in 1976 and 1990, respectively, and DSc degree in radio physics from the Kotelnikov Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics of Russian Academy of Sciences in 1995. Starting from 1995 and till 1998 Dr. Tuzlukov was a Visiting Professor at the University of San-Diego, San-Diego, California, USA. In 1998 Dr. Tuzlukov relocated to Adelaide, South Australia, where he served as a Visiting Professor at the University of Adelaide till 2000. From 2000 to 2002 he was a Visiting Professor at the University of Aizu, Aizu-Wakamatsu City, Fukushima, Japan and from 2003 to 2007 served as an Invited Professor at the Ajou University, Suwon, South Korea, within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Starting from March 2008 to February 2009 he joined as a Full Professor at the Yeungnam University, Gyeonsang, South Korea within the School of Electronic Engineering, Communication Engineering, and Computer Science. Starting from March 1, 2009 Dr. Tuzlukov served as Full Professor and Director of Signal Processing Lab at the Department of Communication and Information Technologies, School of Electronics Engineering, College of IT Engineering, Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea. Currently, Dr. Tuzlukov is the Head of Department of Technical Exploitation of Aviation and Radio Engineering Equipment, Belarusian State Academy of Aviation, Minsk, Belarus. His research emphasis is on signal processing in radar, wireless communications, wireless sensor networks, remote sensing, sonar, satellite communications, mobile communications, and other signal processing systems. He is the author over 280 journal and conference papers, seventeenth books in signal processing published by Springer-Verlag and CRC Press. Some of them are Signal Detection Theory (2001), Signal Processing Noise (2002), Signal and Image Processing in Navigational Systems (2005), Signal Processing in Radar Systems (2012), Editor of the book Communication Systems: New Research (2013), Nova Science Publishers, Inc, USA, and has also contributed Chapters “Underwater Acoustical Signal Processing” and “Satellite Communications Systems: Applications” to Electrical Engineering Handbook: 3rd Edition, 2005, CRC Press; “Generalized Approach to Signal Processing in Wireless Communications: The Main Aspects and Some Examples” to Wireless Communications and Networks: Recent Advances, InTech, 2012; “Radar Sensor Detectors for Vehicle Safety Systems” to Electrical and Hybrid Vehicles: Advanced Systems, Automotive Technologies, and Environmental and Social Implications, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., USA, 2014; “Wireless Communications: Generalized Approach to Signal Processing” and “Radio Resource Mana-gement and Femtocell Employment in LTE Networks”, to Communication Systems: New Research, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., USA, 2013; “Radar Sensor Detectors for Vehicle Safety Systems” to Autonomous Vehicles: Intelligent Transport Systems and Automotive Technologies, Publishing House, University of Pitesti, Romania, 2013; “Radar Sensor Detectors for Vehicle Safety Systems,” to Autonomous Vehicles: Intelligent Transport Systems and Smart Technologies, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York, USA, 2014; “Signal Processing by Generalized Receiver in DS-CDMA Wireless Communication Systems,” to Contemporary Issues in Wireless Communications. INTECH, CROATIA, 2014; “Detection of Spatially Distributed Signals by Generalized Receiver Using Radar Sensor Array in Wireless Communications,” to Advances in Communications and Media Research. NOVA Science Publishers, Inc., New York, USA, 2015; “Signal Processing by Generalized Receiver in Wireless Communication Systems over Fading Channels” to Advances in Signal Processing. IFSA Publishing Corp. Barcelona, Spain. 2021; “Generalized Receiver: Signal Processing in DS-CDMA Wireless Communication Systems over Fading Channels” to Book Title: Human Assisted Intelligent Computing: Modelling, Simulations and Its Applications. IOP Publishing, Bristol, United Kingdom, 2022. He participates as the General Chair, Keynote Speaker, Plenary Lecturer, Chair of Sessions, Tutorial Instructor and organizes Special Sections at the major International Conferences and Symposia on signal processing.
Dr. Tuzlukov was highly recommended by U.S. experts of Defence Research and Engineering (DDR& E) of the United States Department of Defence as a recognized expert in the field of humanitarian demining and minefield sensing technologies and had been awarded by Special Prize of the United States Department of Defence in 1999
Dr. Tuzlukov is distinguished as one of the leading achievers from around the world by Marquis Who’s Who and his name and biography have been included in the Who’s Who in the World, 2006-2013; Who’s Who in World, 25th Silver Anniversary Edition, 2008, Marquis Publisher, NJ, USA; Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, 2006-2012 and Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, 10th Anniversary Edition, 2008-2009, Marquis Publisher, NJ, USA; 2009-2010 Princeton Premier Business Leaders and Professionals Honours Edition, Princeton Premier Publisher, NY, USA; 2009 Strathmore’s Who’s Who Edition, Strathmore’s Who’s Who Publisher, NY, USA; 2009 Presidental Who’s Who Edition, Presidental Who’s Who Publisher, NY, USA; Who’s Who among Executives and Professionals, 2010 Edition, Marquis Publisher, NJ, USA; Who’s Who in Asia 2012, 2nd Edition, Marquis Publisher, NJ, USA; Top 100 Executives of 2013 Magazine, Super Network Publisher, New York, USA, 2013; 2013/2014 Edition of the Global Professional Network, Business Network Publisher, New York, USA, 2013; 2013/2014 Edition of the Who’s Who Network Online, Business Network Publisher, New York, USA, 2014; On-line Professional Gateway, 2014 Edition, Business Network Publisher, New York, USA, 2014; 2014 Worldwide Who's Who", Marquis Publisher, NJ, USA; 2015 Strathmore Professional Biographies, Strathmore’s Who’s Who Publisher, NY, USA; Who’s Who in World, 2015, Marquis Publisher, NJ, USA; 2015-2016 Membership in Exclusive Top 100 network of professionals in the world, NY, USA, 2015; 2015 Who’s Who of Executives and Professionals Honors Edition, Marquis Publisher, NJ, USA; Worldwide Who’s Who – Top 100 Business Networking,
Speech title: Generalized Receiver in DS-CDMA with Space-Time Block Coding: Capacity and Error Probability
Abstract: The capacity and error probability of orthogonal space-time block codes (STBCs) are considered for the pulse-amplitude modulation (PAM), phase shift keying (PSK), quadrature-amplitude modulation (QAM) in fading channels. The suggested approach is based on employment of the generalized approach to signal processing in noise over the equivalent scalar additive white Gaussian noise channel with a channel gain proportional to the Frobenius norm of the matrix channel for the STBC. Using this effective channel, the capacity and probability of error expressions are derived for the PSK, PAM, and QAM modulation with space-time block coding. The Rayleigh, Rician and Nakagami fading channels are considered. As an application, these results are extended to obtain the capacity and probability of error for a multiuser direct sequence code-division multiple-access (CDMA) system constructed on the basis of the generalized approach to signal processing in noise employing the space-time block coding.
Professor Li-minn Ang, University of Sunshine Coast, Australia (IEAust Fellow, IEEE Senior Member)
Professor Li-minn Ang (Kenneth) received his BEng (Hons) and PhD degrees from Edith Cowan University in Australia. He is currently the Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the School of Science, Technology and Engineering at University of the Sunshine Coast (USC). His research interests are in computer, electrical and systems engineering including Internet of Things, intelligent systems and data analytics, machine learning, visual information processing, embedded systems, wireless multimedia sensor systems, reconfigurable computing (FPGA) and the development of innovative technologies for real-world systems including smart cities, engineering, agriculture, environment, health and defence. Dr Ang has published three research books and over two hundred papers in journals, book chapters and international refereed conferences and has achieved several million in grant income from government and industry. He is a Fellow of IEAust, senior member of the IEEE and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK).
Speech title: Multimodal information processing and Big data analytics.
Professor Xiaowei Yang, South China University of Technology, China
Brief introduction of Xiaowei Yang: Xiaowei Yang received the B.S. degree in theoretical and applied mechanics, the M.Sc. degree in computational mechanics, and the Ph.D. degree in solid mechanics from Jilin University, Changchun, China, in 1991, 1996, and 2000, respectively. He is currently a full-time Professor with the School of Software Engineering, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China. He has published over 140 journals and refereed international conference papers on IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics, IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, Pattern Recognition, Neurocomputing, ICSE, ICDM and SDM. His current research interests include designs and analyses of algorithms for large-scale pattern recognition, support vector machines, tensor subspace learning, and evolutionary computation.
Speech title: New research development on domain adaptation.