The program involves presentations about original research works and achievements and panels and discussions on the latest trends in electronic applications.
The ApplePies conference offers a venue for presenting leading-edge research on electronic engineering applications and for discussing on the trends, challenges and opportunities in the field. The overall goal is to stimulate a proficuous collaboration between academy and industry on the world of the applications of the electronic technologies.
Authors are invited to submit full papers presenting original research works and achievements. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following areas:
Enabling technologies: computational intelligence; cryptography; cyber-physical systems; embedded systems; (open source) electronic platforms; single-board computers; sensors and actuators; “makers” systems; embedded systems; circuits; nano-technologies; human machine interface; system of systems; ubiquitous computing; wireless communications; Radio Frequency Identification (RFID); digital signal and image processing; ultra-low-energy and low-power computation and storage; wired and power-line communications; optical communications; cognitive systems and robotics; wireless communications.
Health-care: biomedical imaging; biomedical instrumentation; health monitoring; electronic systems to improve healthcare; energy harvesting for biomedical applications; brain-computer interface (BCI) or brain-machine interface (BMI) or human machine interface (HMI); biomimetic and bio-inspired systems.
Space: hardware and software for communication; redundant and secure systems; energy storage and conversion.
Secure, clean and efficient energy: smart grids; components for PV energy production; residential micro-grids; power converters for renewable energy power management systems; energy scavenging.
Environment: wireless sensors network; energy harvesting for autonomous systems; environment monitoring and control; smart sensors for environmental applications.
Education and entertainment: cultural heritage; games design and implementation; digital learning & education
Smart, green and integrated transportation: driver information management; intelligent electronics for road safety; intelligent transportation systems; serious games for transportation and mobility.
System engineering: system modeling and simulation; requirement engineering; testing and verification.
• Papers due (6 pages):
May, 26 2017 June, 21 2017
• Notification: July, 16 2017