Tracks

Track Description Track Chairs
Machine Learning, Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence This track is soliciting papers in electrical and computer engineering applications of Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. The scope of the track also covers data-driven approaches and data-analytics.
  • Katarina Grolinger - Western University

 

 

  • Celimuge Wu - The University of Electro-Communications (Japan)
Circuits, Devices, and Photonics Microelectronic integrated circuits technology is evolving with an unprecedented pace to produce denser and better chips for data processing and power management applications.
Photonics and optoelectronics cover several fields, such as telecommunications, medical technology, automated systems, aerospace, automotive and defense. This track is soliciting papers in circuits, devices, photonics and optoelectronics.
  • Stefano Gregori- University of Guelph

 

  • Wei Shi - University of Laval
Communications and Networking Communication is at the heart modern society. Advances in communications have been enormous over the past few years, generating more mobility and greater throughput. This track is calling for papers in wired and wireless networks and the enabling technologies.
  • Periklis Chatzimisios - International Hellenic University (Greece)

 

  • Lei Lei – University of Guelph
Computer and Software Engineering Computer and Software Engineering are among the most advanced research subjects of this century. This track is soliciting papers demonstrating recent advances in computer and software engineering.
  • Claude D’Amours – University of Ottawa
  • Jeanna Matthews – Clarkson University, USA
Signal Processing and Applications Signal processing finds applications in many industries. Signal modelling, analysis and processing are part of several fields of Electrical and Computer Engineering. This track is calling for novel contributions to signal processing and its applications.
  • Wessam Ajib – UQAM

 

 

  • Salama Ikki- Lakehead University

 

 

  • Hoda Dehghan- VMware Inc.
Control, Robotics and Autonomous Systems Control theory and robotics find application in almost every industry where production automation and efficiency are required. Technologies around autonomous systems are also getting to a maturity. This track is calling for novel contributions to the field.
  • Daniela Constantinescu – University of Victoria

 

  • Wail Gueaieb – University of Ottawa
Bioengineering and Biomedical Applications Bioengineering and biomedical applications are significant and impactful research areas within Electrical and Computer Engineering. This track is soliciting novel and innovative contributions in all topics relevant to bioengineering, including but not limited to biomedical signal processing; biomedical devices and instrumentation; biosensors, lab-on-chips, and point-of-care disease diagnostics; biomedical imaging; big data, data mining and data analytics; and AI and machine learning for biomedical and health care applications.
  • Stephanie Willerth - University of Victoria

 

  • Vijay Parsa – Western University

 

 

  • Ebrahim Ghafar-Zadeh – York University
Power Electronics, Energy Systems and Sustainable Energy Power electronics plays a major role in the effective and optimal control of energy systems. Moreover, generation, transmission and effective distribution of renewable energies are expanding research subjects in the sustainable energy domain. This track is calling for original and novel contribution to future energy systems and its constituents.
  • Innocent Kamwa – Laval University

 

  • Mostafa Farrokhabadi – BluewaveAI
Machine and Computer Vision The numerous industrial applications of machine and computer vision make this discipline a very active research field. This track is soliciting new approaches, novel findings in the area of machine and computer vision.
  • Alexander Wong – University of Waterloo

 

  • Khan Wahid - University of Saskatchewan
Cybersecurity in Systems In the digital world, trust to systems rely on their security and privacy protecting mechanisms. Security breaches can be costly and can have irreversible undesired consequences. This track is soliciting original and novel contributions to the cybersecurity field.
  • Burak Kantarci – University of Ottawa

 

 

  • Jianbing Ni  - Queens University

 

 

  • Gabriela Nicolescu- Polytechnique Montreal