7 co-Editors-in-Chief were appointed for the 2024-26 term: Zhiwei Gao, Honghai Liu & Shen Yin for TII; Vinod Khadkikar, Juan Rodiguez-Andina & Changyun Wen for TIE; and Armando Colombo for OJIES. Congratulations to them! Click below for their biography and position.
The IEEE Industrial Electronics Society invites nominations for the position of Senior Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Mechatronics journal. Nominations should be sent to IES Vice-President for Publications, Thilo Sauter, [email protected].at before 15 September 2023.
IES President-Elect, Prof. Milos Manic, was inducted on 26 June 2023 into the United States National Academy of Inventors (NAI) as a Senior Member at the NAI’s 12th Annual Meeting, held in Washington D.C., USA. Congratulations!
Prof. Giuseppe Buja is the 2024 IEEE Technical Field Award recipient of the Richard Harold Kaufman Award for outstanding contributions in industrial systems “for Fundamental Contributions to Modulation and Control of Industrial Drives.” Congratulations!
Women in IES announces a second Extraordinary Women-in-IES Webinar on 19 September 2023: “Human-robot Interaction in Intelligent Space toward Human Assistive Robotics” by Dr. Mihoko NIITSUMA from Chuo University in Tokyo, Japan.
Educational credits are now offered with Resource Center products that are educational in nature. Professional Development Hour (PDH) and Continuing Education Credit (CEU) are the same types of credits offered by IEEE Educational Activities.
This paper presents a comprehensive analysis of sparse vector coding and a reference communications framework for its implementation on a wireless system. In addition, the mathematical basis of the CS is described and linked to a practical communications system.
Thursday 21 September 2023 at 8:00 PM CST (2:00 PM CET, 8:00AM EST)
by Wenbin Dai (School of Electrical Information and Electronic Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)
Industrial internet and edge computing brings lots of new opportunities for traditional industrial automation systems. With massive computing, storage, and communication resources available on field devices, a new low code/no code development must be investigated to handle multiple applications on multiple edge devices simultaneously. In this talk, we will discuss automatic code generation in industrial edge applications based on IEC 61499 and MTP.
Thursday 28 September 2023 at 8:00 PM JST (1:00 PM CET, 7:00AM EST)
by Hiroshi Fujimoto (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Novel advanced motion control and autonomous driving for electric vehicles are introduced to improve safety, driving comfort and energy efficiency. Then, a new type of in-wheel motor receives electric power through wireless power transfer. This motor can also receive power directly from underground coils for dynamic charging.
ITeN editorial board, Zhiwei Gao, Honghai Liu, Shen Yin, Vinod Khadkikar, Juan Rodiguez-Andina, Changyun Wen, Armando Colombo, Leopoldo Franquelo, Emil Levi, Thilo Sauter, Giuseppe Buja, Ya-Jun Pan, Morgan Kiani, AIñigo Bilbao, and Wenbin Dai.
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