The Third International Symposium on Signal Processing and Intelligent Recognition Systems (SIRS'17) will create an international forum for researchers to share and discuss the results of their studies, concerning both methodological issues and different application areas of signal processing and pattern recognition. This symposium will consist of tutorials, regular technical sessions, workshops, special sessions, demos and plenary speakers.
The 17th edition of the IEEE International Conference on Ubiquitous Wireless Broadband ICUWB’2017 (will be held in Salamanca, Spain, from the 12th to the 15th of September, 2017, under the theme Smart Cities & Industries. This world renowned event that is held annually, brings together researchers and academics from the field of wireless communications.
As the organizer of the conference, the BISITE Research Group from the University of Salamanca, would like to invite all authors to submit their unpublished research papers. Manuscripts shall not exceed five double‐column pages. Complete information on the process of electronic paper submission will be available on the website of the conference, in the FOR PARTICIPANTS section (http://www.icuwb2017.org/participants/call-for-papers).
The 17th edition of the IEEE International Conference on Ubiquitous Wireless Broadband ICUWB’2017 will be held from the 12th to the 15th of September 2017, in Salamanca, Spain. This event, one of the most important in the field of Wireless communications, will be organized by the BISITE Research Group from the University of Salamanca. This year, the main theme of the conference will be Smart Cities and Industries.
Candidate presentation for the organization of the conference took place in October of last year, in the city of Nanjing (China). It was guided by Juan Manuel Corchado, the director of the group, his good work and numerous meetings held with the executive committee of the conference, belonging to the IEEE Society on Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, brought good results and made it possible for this world-renowned event to come to our city.
On the 22nd and 23rd of March, the second annual workshop of the Dream Go project, "Real-time demand response and intelligent direct load control", is taking place in Salamanca. The reason for these annual meetings is to give opportunity to all participants to catch up on the progress of the project, the Instituto Politécnico Do Porto (Portugal), Universitaet Duisburgessen (Germany) and ISA Energy Efficiency (Portugal) Nebusens SL (Spain) and Discovergy (Germany) and, of course, our colleagues from the BISITE Research Group (University of Salamanca, Spain). This project has been in constant development since February 2015 and will be completed by January 2019.
The monitoring of data in different areas and the subsequent intelligent control has become an important field of research and development that can be applied in various domains: patients, the elderly, animals, crops and soils.
These possibilities have been the reason for the creation of the EKRUCAmI Project in 2013, which had been in continuous development until the end of last year, a period of fruitful international collaboration between the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (Portugal), Catholic University of Daegu (Republic of Korea) National University of Sunchon (Republic of Korea) and the BISITE Research Group (University of Salamanca, Spain).