Welcome to ICCAES2018!

The 2018 International Conference on Control, Automation and Electrical Systems

April 20th-22nd, 2018 Wuhan China

The 2018 International Conference on Control, Automation and Electrical Systems

April 20th-22nd, 2018 Wuhan China

KEYNOTES




Keynote Speaker 1: Assoc. Prof. Matthew Andrew Joordens
Deakin University, Australia

Biography: Assoc. Prof Matthew A. Joordens (Member –IEEE, Fellow – The Institution of Engineers Australia, Mensa) began his career with Industrial Control Technology designing control systems to automate various different industrial processes. For 5 years he designed microprocessor based control systems for companies such as Ford, Pilkington Glass, Webtek and Blue Circle Southern Cement. He then moved to Deakin University in 1992 and wrote their first electronics units. Using his industrial experience he designed one of the first Australian Engineering degrees in Mechatronics that still runs at Deakin University. He currently lectures units in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. His research in robotics is centred on the control of a system of systems of underwater robots. His general research areas of interest are; macro, nano and swarm robotics, surface and underwater robotics, industrial control and haptics.
Speech Title: The Challenges of An underwater Swarm of Robot
Abstract: An underwater System (Swarm) of Systems (mobile robots) have a unique set of challenges compared to any other robotic swarm. The watery medium creates a large problem with communications and location detection. With only low frequency radio and sonar available, which both have a low bandwidth, sharing even small amounts of information between many robots is very slow. Without GPS each robots location determination is difficult. This presentation will explore these issues and possible solutions.
Keynote Speaker 2: Assoc. Prof. Yogesh Vijay Hote
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India
Biography: Yogesh Vijay Hote is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee. He received B. E. degree in Electrical Engineering from Government College of Engg., Amravati, Amravati University in 1998 and M.E. degree in Electrical Engineering with specialization in Control Systems from Government College of Engg., Pune, Pune University in 2000. He also received Ph.D degree in Instrumentation and Control Engineering., Faculty of Technology, University of Delhi, in 2009.
Dr. Hote has nearly 17 years of teaching and research experience in Electrical Engineering. His main fields of expertise include robust controller design, model order reduction techniques and their applications in load frequency control, dc-dc converters. He has guided 5 Ph.D students and 20 M.Tech students. He has published 80 articles in reputed journals and conference. He has also published a monograph related to stability analysis of uncertain systems. He is also involved in sponsored and consultancy projects.
He was a part of committee for meter testing drive conducted by Govt. of National capital territory Delhi, India in 2003. He is a member of IEEE and ISTE. He is also a member of board of studies for various institutes, in India. He has been invited as Keynote speakers in International conference and in national workshops. He has also delivered expert lecture in various universities. He has been part of technical programme committee of various national and international conferences.
Speech Title: Robust Pid For Load Frequency Control: Applications and Challenges
Abstract: Large-scale power systems are liable to performance drop due to the presence of sudden load variations, parametric variations etc.In multi-area interconnection, when there is a mismatch in the power flow, frequency changes from the nominal value. In view of this, control aspects are extremely important in load frequency control (LFC) design of power systems. In order to solve these issues, PID controller can be useful instead of using complex advanced controller design. In this presentation, all these issues will be discussed in depth and possible solutions will be explored.

Keynote Speaker 3: Dr. Mostafa Shokrian Zeini
Shiraz University of Technology, Iran
Biography: Mostafa Shokrian Zeini is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Control Engineering at Shiraz University of Technology, Iran. He received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering majored in Control in 2012 and in 2014, at Isfahan University of Technology and Hamedan University of Technology, respectively. So far, he has co-operated with several research projects as advisor or assistant including an important leading project entitled “control and utilization of haptic interfaces in virtual reality, with experimental verification by Novint Falcon interface” as well as “control loops analysis and design of a new CO2 incubator”. He was also involved in two industrial projects as project manager. The first one was focused on finding the most important parameters influencing the electrical load consumption at the Hamedan Distribution Company (HDC) and designing a short-term load forecasting (STLF) software. The second project was at Bakhtar Regional Electric Company (BREC), where the consummation pattern of different industries for an accurate hourly load forecasting was achieved and another STLF software has been developed for industrial consumption. Along with his graduate studies, he worked on the estimation of the collapse potential of loess soils in Golestan province using neural networks and neuro-fuzzy systems in collaboration with the Department of Geology at Bu-Ali Sina University. He is currently working on the fractional chaotic cryptography in secure communication systems.
Chaos theory (control and (anti)synchronization of real and complex hyperchaotic systems), nonlinear control algorithms, fuzzy modeling and fuzzy control systems based on LMI approaches, and fractional order systems constitute his main fields of research. He is collaborating with many journals as reviewer, such as “Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control”, “Measurement and Control”, “Advances in Mechanical Engineering”, etc. where he has also published multiple papers in the aforementioned areas. He has been also invited as chair/speaker in international conference and congresses.
Speech Title: New Control Challenges and Designs in Chaotic Cryptography
Abstract: In the past two decades, the secure communication and the cryptography through chaotic systems has received considerable interest among scientists in various fields. The majority of previous studies in chaotic communication have used the deterministic form for the chaotic systems modeling. But in practical applications, stochastic chaotic behavior is observed due to random uncertainties such as stochastic forces on physical systems, noisy measurements caused by environmental uncertainties and external disturbances. Also, great efforts are made to produce an extremely complex behavior leading to signals which are more encrypted and therefore, harder to decrypt. In order to tackle the aforementioned perturbations and challenges, various controllers have been designed to achieve more reliable secure communication systems. Novel hybrid designs including combination-combination (anti)synchronization, variable-order fractional hyperchaotic systems and model based chaotic cryptosystems have been introduced recently. This presentation will discuss about all the aspects and challenges of the pioneering control synthesis designs in this area.

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