Workshops and Participation

Eurocast 2017 Mission Statement 

Since they started in 1989 Eurocast Conferences had a typical systems approach profile with methods and applications in automation, robotics, computer sciences and technologies, biology, environmental and similar basic engineering and science disciplines. The successive Conferences have been adapting to developments in new fields of theoretical and practical applications.

This way, the profile is presently extended to include fields which are in the frontiers of Science and Engineering of Computers, of Information and Communication Technologies and the fields of Social and Human Sciences. The best paradigm is the Web, with its associate systems engineering, CAD-CAST tools and professional application products (Apps) for services in the social, public and private domains.

To this end, Eurocast encourage attendance of participants from research European Centers, Institutes and Universities, particularly those from relatively young Universities of Applied Sciences. It is expected that the multidisciplinary character of Eurocast will facilitate the appearance and discussion of new creative ideas and developments.

 

Workshops

 

Systems Theory and Applications.

Chairpersons: Pichler (Linz AT), Moreno-Díaz (Las Palmas ES)

 

Pioneers and Landmarks in the development of Information and Communication Technologies

Chairpersons: Pichler (Linz AT), Stankovic (Nis RS), Kreuzer F,  Kreuzer J (Grand Island, NY US )

 

Stochastic Models and Applications to Natural, Social and Technical Systems.

Chairpersons: Nobile, Di Crescenzo (Salerno IT)

  

Theory and Applications of Metaheuristic Algorithms.

Chairpersons:Affenzeller, Jacak (Hagenberg AT),  Raidl (Vienna AT)

 

Embedded Systems Security (ESS)

Chairpersons: Mayrhofer (Linz AT), Schmitzberger (Linz AT)

 

Model-Based System Design, Verification and Simulation

Chairpersons: Nikodem (Wroclaw PL), Ceska (Brno CZ), Ito (Utsunomiya JP)

 

Systems in Industrial Robotics, Automation and IoT

Chairpersons: Stetter (Munich, D), Markl (Vienna, A), Jacob (Kempten, D)

Applications of Signal Processing Technology

Chairpersons: Huemer (Linz AT), Zagar (Linz AT), Lunglmayr(Linz AT), Haselmayr (Linz AT)

 

Algebraic and Combinatorial Methods in Signal and Pattern Analysis

Chairpersons:  Astola (Tampere FI),  Moraga (Dortmund DE), Stankovic (Nis RS)

 

Computer Vision, Deep learning and Applications

Chairpersons: Penedo (A Coruña ES), Radeva (Barcelona, ES)

 

Computer and Systems Based Methods and Electronic Technologies in Medicine

Chairpersons: Rozenblit (Tucson AZ US), Hagelauer (Linz AT), Maynar (Las Palmas ES), Klempous (Wroclaw PL)

 

CyberMedical Systems

Chairpersons: Rudas (Budapest HU), Kovács (Budapest HU), Fujita (Iwate, JP)

 

Socio-economic and Biological Systems: Formal Models and Computer tools

Chairpersons: Schwaninger (St. Gallen CH), Schoenenberger (Basel CH), Tretter (Munich DE), Cull (Corvallis OR US), Suárez-Araújo (Las Palmas ES)

 

Intelligent Transportation Systems and Smart Mobility

Chairpersons: Sanchez-Medina (Las Palmas ES), Celikoglu (Istanbul TR), Olaverri-Monreal (Wien AT), Garcia-Fernandez (Madrid ES), Acosta-Sanchez (La Laguna ES)

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Invited Plenary Lectures:

Trust Communities – Social Mechanisms for Technical Systems
Prof. Christian Müller-Schloer
Institüt für Systems Engineering (SRA), Leibniz Universität
Hannover D

Hospital 2090: Warm Athmosphere, Economy and Human and Technical Efficiency
Prof. Manuel Maynar
Chair of Medical Technologies, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria E

The Surprising Applicability of Abstract Discrete Structures
Prof. Jaakko Astola
Tempere International Center of Signal Processing (ITCSP), Tempere University of Technology
Tempere F

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International Program Advisory Committee  

Albrecht (Austria), Armingol (Spain), Arts (Sweden), Avineri (UK), Barreiro (Spain), Brauer (Germany), Bravo (Spain), Broggi (Italy), Brown (Australia), Buchberger (Austria), Dawson (Australia), Economou (Greece), Egiazarian (Finland), Fujita (Japan), Iijima (Japan), Ida (Japan), Klir (USA), Kovács (Hungary), Laurgeau (France), Lefèvre (Belgium), Liu (UK), Marik (Czech Republik), Massey (Denmark), Miró (Spain), Mulak (Poland), Navarro (Spain), Nobile (Italy), Nunes (Portugal), Pollet (Australia), Rattray (UK), Rav (France), Reusch (Germany), Román (Spain), Roszenich (Austria), (USA), Rudas (Hungary), Ruspini (USA, Spain), Rupitsch (Germany), Saetta (Italy),  Sato (Japan), Schimanovich (Austria), Schoenenberger (Switzerland), Schwärtzel (Germany), Sorrenti (Italy), Takahara (Japan), Torres Ruiz (Spain), Wunsch (Germany), Zeifman (Russian Federation), Zeigler (USA).

 

Extended Abstracts and Deadlines

An extended two pages abstract, including references in English with indication of the workshop of the intended contribution must be sent by e-mail to eurocast@iuctc.ulpgc.es from May 1, 2016 until October 31, 2016.  

 For the extended abstract, you must follow instructions in 
Information for LNCS Authors
(http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-2-793341-0&changeHeader) 

Authors will be notified of acceptance by December 1, 2016. Accepted Extended Abstracts will be published in a pre-Conference volume with ISBN. It is anticipated that the final selected full papers will be published in line with prior Eurocast meetings (Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences No. 410, No. 585, No. 763, No. 1030, No. 1333, No. 1798, No. 2178, No. 2809, No. 3643, No. 4739, No. 5717, No. 6927, Nos. 6927-6928, Nos. 8111-8112 and No. 9520). Selected full final papers for publication will be required before April 30, 2017.