The 4th International Conference on Advanced Systems and Emergent Technologies (IC_ASET’2020) builds on the success of IC_ASET’2019, IC_ASET’2018, and IC_ASET’2017. It aims to bring together researchers, academics, and practitioners to share scientific and technological advances and to provide broad coverage of foundational research in the multidisciplinary field of Electrical Engineering and related Emergent Technologies. Students and junior researchers are especially welcome to share their latest research and application contributions and address new challenges in the field. With an anticipated 150 participants, the event will also provide an excellent opportunity for regional and more broadly international networking.
The International Conference IC_ASET’2020 is organized by the ASET Association, (Association des Spécialistes Electriciens de Tunisie) which is the Tunisian National Member Organization (NMO) of IFAC and will be held in Hammamet–Tunisia, from March 17 to 20, 2020.
This event will feature presentations by researchers and experts from the international community, including keynote lectures, invited sessions, posters, and tutorials. It covers a wide spectrum of topics, connected with the electrical engineering domains and new technology developments, ranging from theory to practice, in terms of methodology, design, implementation, testing tools and use cases.
AREAS OF INTEREST
Topics include but are not limited to the following:
• Automatic Control Systems
• Communication Engineering
• Embedded Systems
• Robotics and Automation
• Manufacturing Engineering
• Power Electronics and Power Systems
• Signal and Image Processing
• Artificial Intelligence and IoT
- Materials for Electrical Engineering
- Nabila DHAHBI, Carthage University
- Mohammed El Amine SLAMA, Cardiff University
- “COVID-19” Related Research applications
- Mohamed Ali HAMDI, Carthage University
- Mustapha HAMDI, Carthage University
Invited session proposals in the above and other areas are also solicited and have to be submitted by sending email to Prof. Abdessattar Ben Amor (firstname.lastname@example.org). Proposals will be then reviewed by the committee.
Ahmed Rubaai, Fellow IEEE
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department Howard University, Washington, DC, USA
Professor, Dept. GEII- IUT Lyon1 Director of Electrical Energy Department
Claude Bernard University (University Lyon 1) AMPERE Lab France
Director General of the “ANPR”
Director of the Laboratory of Extremophile Plants (LPE) at CBBC
Graduate Diploma from the Higher School of Teaching of Tunis, 1980
Owner of 03 patents