5th International Conference on Green Computing and Engineering Technologies
17 Sep - 19 Sep 2019
Hotel Diwan, 31 Boulevard Hassan Seghir, Casablanca 20000, Morocco.
Prof D M Akbar Hussain
Aalborg University, Denmark
Prof M.F.L Abdullah
University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, MalaysiaRead More
Prof Goutam Sanyal
National Institute of Technology in Durgapur, IndiaRead More
Prof. Pardeep Kumar,
QUEST NAWABSHAH, PAKISTAN
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, USA
Prof BS Chowdhry
Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, PakistanRead More
Prof Preeta Sharan
The Oxford College of Engineering, IndiaRead More
Prof Anders S. Kristensen
Department of Civil Engineering, AAU Esbjerg, DenmarkRead More
Prof. Abdennour El Rhalibi
Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom.Read More
Prof ALI KASHIF BASHIR
University of the Faroe Islands, Faroe Islands, Denmark.Read More
Prof. Naveen Chilamkurti
Department of Computer Science, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.Read More
Prof A. ALI ABURAS,
KwaZulu Natal, School of Engineering, South Africa.Read More
Prof D M Akbar Hussain
D. M. Akbar Hussain is working as an associate professor in the department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University Denmark. He holds a PhD degree in Control Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences (EAPS), University of Sussex ENGLAND, more specifically, in the field of state estimation / Tracking and its implementation on multi-processor systems. The main focus of his research is related with computer and control engineering. He has made contributions in several energy related areas for example; PV integration with grid and security issues related with grid communication network, energy efficient hardware design and design of control to get maximum power from a wind turbine. He has the experience of working in three continents (ASIA, EUROPE and NORTH AMERICA) with different cultural heritage and feels proud in adapting to these environments adequately. He has multi-discipline/cross disciplined ability in teaching and he has have been teaching both core computer science and engineering subjects, for example Computer Architecture, Micro-controller Programming, Compiler Construction, Operating Systems, Software Engineering, Digital Signal Processing, Real Time and Embedded System Programming, Databases and Engineering Management. He is chief editor of a Springer Book CCIS series published in November 2008, 2013; he is also author of a contributory chapter in a book “Parallel Processing in Control System Environment, published by Prentice Hall UK, 1993, edited by Eric Rogers. He has reasonable publications record in the various fields of his interest and expertise in some refereed journals, Springer books and conference papers. He has been the Chief Editor of Journal of Software Engineering, Associate Editor of International Journal on Computer Engineering and Information Technology (IJCEIT), Editor of Advances in Computer Science and IT, Editor of International Journal of Computer Science and Software Technology (IJCSST) Editor Board Member of International Journal of Multidisciplinary Sciences and Engineering (IJMSE), Regional Editor for Journal of Computing & Applications, Editorial Board Member for ACRS International Journal on computing & ACRS Journal on Mathematics and Computer Science and Member of International Committee for IMECS. He has also reviewed couple of books on filtering, management, computer science and actively involved in reviewing conference papers related with his research. He is external examiner, chairman of the evaluation committee and coordinator for over 20 PhD examinations. He was member of the E-study board of Aalborg University for many years and now is an observer for the same study board. He is coordinator for 3 different semesters, currently and in the past he has been active member of the department in connection with coordination, supervision, administration and curriculum review. He has formally obtained a certificate in management from the University of Toronto, CANADA, Adjunktpædagogikum ved Aalborg Universitet (University Pedagogy for Assistant Professors).
Prof M.F.L Abdullah
Mohammad Fiaz Liew Abdullah received Bsc (Hons) in Electrical Engineering (Communication) in 1997, Dip Education in 1999 and MEng by research in Optical Fiber Communication in 2000 from University of Technology Malaysia (UTM). He completed his PhD in August 2007 from The University of Warwick, United Kingdom in Wireless Optical Communication Engineering. He started his career as a lecturer at Polytechnic Seberang Prai (PSP) in 1999 and was transferred to UTHM in 2000 (formally known as PLSP). At present he is an Associate Professor and Deputy Dean (Research and Development), Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM). He has 15 years of teaching experience in higher education, which consisted of subjects like Optical Fiber Communication, Advanceed Optical Communication, Advanced Digital Signal Processing and etc. His research area of interest are wireless and optical communication, photonics and robotics in communication.
Prof Goutam Sanyal
Dr. Goutam Sanyal is designated as Professor in Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Dean Faculty Welfare in the National Institute of Technology Durgapur, India. His qualifications are Bachelors of Engineering (B.E), Masters of technology (M.TECH), PhD(Engineering), FIE(India), MIEEE. Dr. Sanyal has more than 150 research publications in the worldwide International reputed journals and conferences. He has 28 years of Teaching and Research experiences. He had supervised 5 PhD thesis and continuing with 6 more PhD Research Scholars(Total 11). His areas of interests are Computer Architecture, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Image Processing, VLSI, Mathematical Modelling and Simulation.
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Dr. Pardeep Kumar
Dr. Pardeep Kumar is currently working as a Chairman and Associate Professor at the Computer Systems Engineering Department, Quaide-Awam University of Engineering, Science & Technology (QUEST) Nawabshah, Pakistan. Additionally, he is also working as a Director Continuing Education and Coordinator Students Attendance Cell at QUEST Nawabshah. He completed his PhD from Berlin, Germany in 2012. Earlier he did his Bachelor of Engineering (B. E.) in Computer Systems and Master of Engineering (M. E.) in Communication Systems and Networks from Mehran University of Engineering and Technology Jamshoro, Pakistan in 2001 and 2004 respectively. Dr. Kumar joined QUEST in January, 2004 and later was granted PhD scholarship from HEC Pakistan and DAAD Germany. During his PhD research, he designed and developed a novel MAC protocol for wireless sensor networks. Dr. Kumar has worked with several European Union projects such as WISEBED, DES-Testbed, FeuerWhere & Building Commissioning (ZESAN project). His research interests are in the fields of wireless communication, wireless sensor networks, IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee, Internet of Things (IoT) & Future Internet, communication protocols, energy and delay bound networks, etc. Dr. Kumar has authored more than 40 research publications in reputed journals and conferences around the world including a book chapter. Currently he is supervising several PhD and Master students in wireless communication and networking domain. He has been the organizer, paper presenter, session chair, reviewer and technical program committee member for several conferences and workshops around the world. He has visited several countries including Germany, France, USA, Australia, Italy, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Egypt, Slovenia, etc. to share his research work. Dr. Kumar is also a chief organizer of annual International Conference on Modern Communication & Computing Technologies, MCCT (http://mcct.quest.edu.pk). Dr. Kumar has organized several workshops and seminars including the series of Indigenous On-Campus Training (IOT) Workshops at QUEST Nawabshah for the officers of management and administration cadre in the capacity of Workshop Coordinator.
Prof Jason Levy
Dr. Levy is a professor of public administration at the University of Hawaiʻi who works with engineers, computer scientists and disaster managers to promote disaster resilience and socio-economic sustainability. Dr. Levy has received more than $3 million in research grants and worked at leading academic centers around the world. He has published over 50 peer reviewed journal publications and serves on the editorial boards of over a dozen academic journals. His research develops timely, interdisciplinary and effective Information and Computer Technologies for managing the unexpected, major and cascading impacts of hazards and disasters that cross policy domains, geographic, political and sectoral boundaries..
Prof BS Chowdhry
He is Distinguished National Professor and the Dean Faculty of Electrical Electronics and Computer Engineering at Mehran University of Engineering & Technology, Jamshoro, Pakistan. He did his PhD from renowned School of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK in 1990. He is having teaching, research and administration experience of more than 35 years. He has the honour of being one of the editor of several books “Wireless Networks, Information Processing and Systems”, CCIS 20, “Emerging Trends and Applications in Information Communication Technologies”, CCIS 281, “Wireless Sensor Networks for Developing Countries”, CCIS 366, “Communication Technologies, Information Security and Sustainable Development”, CCIS 414, published by Springer Verlag, Germany.
He has also been serving as a Guest Editor for special issue “Wireless Personal Communications” Springer International Journal. He has produced more than 13 PhDs and supervised more than 50 MPhil/Masters Thesis in the area of ICT. His list of research publication crosses to over 60 in national and international journals, IEEE and ACM proceedings. Also, he has Chaired Technical Sessions in USA, UK, China, UAE, Italy, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, Pakistan, Denmark, Spain and Belgium.
He is member of various professional bodies including: immediate past Chairman IEEE Karachi Section, Region10 Asia/Pacific, Fellow IEP, Fellow IEEEP, Senior Member, IEEE Inc. (USA), SM ACM Inc. (USA).
He is a Lead person for four European Commission Erasmus Mundus exchange programs “Mobility for Life”, “STRoNG-TiES” (Strengthening Training and Research through Networking and Globalisation of Teaching in Engineering Studies), INTACT (It's Time for CollaboratioNTowArds Close CooperaTion) and LEADERS (Leading mobility between Europe and Asia in Developing Engineering educations and ReSearch).
He organized several International Conferences including “IMTIC08”, “IMTIC12”, “IMTIC13”, “IMTIC15”, “WSN4DC13”, “IEEE SCONEST”, “IEEE PSGWC13”, and track chair in “Global Wireless Summit (GWS 2014), and Chief Organizer and Co-Chair GCWOC’16, GCWOC’17 in Malaga Spain.
In 2015, he also organized two weeks ICTP/UNESCO Regional workshop on “FPGA Based Instrumentation Systems”, fully funded by The Abdus Salam ICTP/UNESCO first time in Pakistan in which scientist from 27 regional countries were invited for participation.
He has been actively serving national and international professional and scientific bodies in various capacities including:
- Member Governing Body and Washington Accord team, Pakistan Engineering Council (2012-at present),
- Chairman IEEE Communication Society (COMSOC), Karachi ChapterRegion10 Asia/Pacific, (2011-2015)
- Chair IEEE Karachi Section Region10 Asia/Pacific (2016 -2017),
- Fellow IEEEP,
- Senior Member, Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers Inc. (USA),
- SENIOR Member, Association of Computer Machinery (ACM), USA,
- Member IEEE Industrial Electrical Society,
- Member IEEE Communication Society,
- Member IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology,
- Member IEEE Education Society, Member IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Society,
- Member IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society, Member IEEE Robotics and Automation Society,
- Member IEEE Biometrics Council, Member IEEE Nanotechnology Council,
- Member IEEE Sensors Council,
- Member IEEE Systems Council,
- Member The International Society for Telemedicine & e-Health (ISfTeH), Switzerland,
- Member, World Federation of Engineering Organization (WFEO), France,
- Member, International Association of Engineers (IAENG),
- Member Engineering Accreditation Board PEC, 1999-at present.
- Reviewer IEEE Transaction of Education,
- Expert reviewer ICTR&D, and various HEC reviewers/experts Committees,
- Honorary Consulting Editor “Engineering Review” and “Wire and Wireless” Magazine.
- Honorary Consulting Editor-Education “Engineering Review”
- Chief Editor, IEEEP Journal “Horizon”.
- Visiting Guest Scientist/Regular Associate, The Abdus Salam ICTP/UNESCO Centre, Trieste , Itlay (1996-2002) and (2004-2011)
- Erasmus Mundus visiting Fellow, City University, London, 2017
Prof Preeta Sharan
Dr. Preeta Sharan is working as professor in the department of ECE, The Oxford College of Engineering, India. She did her Post-Doctoral, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur and did her PhD degree in ECE, Institute of Technology (IT), BHU,India. The main focus of her research is related with photonics and optoelectronics. A competent professor with 22+ years of experience in Education, Research, Student Mentorship, association with international universities and organizations. Responsible for teaching B.Tech/ M.Tech. Guide Phd. students and execute government/ international agency funded projects. A self-starter with strong entrepreneurial spirit, built R&D center of my own with team size 15+ from scratch. I have delivered projects for prestigious funding agencies across the world as lead investigator like Naval Research Board, DRDO, India, IEEE USA and Govt. of Karnataka (KVGST). With multiple patents in process, research publications reaching 100+ under my leadership. Visited facilities of leading universities NTU Singapore, Tohoku University, Japan and University of Macau. Published papers in premier journals and presented papers in IEEE conferences in Malaysia, Singapore, Japan and Macau. Delivered lectures for VTU e-learning program via satellite for country wide classroom. Successfully conducted workshops in collaboration of IIT Delhi and IIT Bombay. I am the primary focal point and owner for all activities in our college as IEEE student Branch councilor and SIGHT coordinator and also associated with IEEE Humanitarian Technology group. Recently developed device concept for physically disabled person to operate computer bagged best design award in international IEEE IMARC conference 2015. Awarded “Woman of the Year – 1998, 2009’’ by American Biographical Institute. Associated with Elsevier and McGraw hill publication as reviewer.
Anders Schmidt Kristensen
- Industry and Production
- Mechanical engineering
- Computational mechanics
- Design optimization
- Structural design optimization
- Product development
- Qualitative Methods
- Risk Analysis
- Engineering documentation
- Risk Assessment
Job titleHead of Campus AAU-Esbjerg
- Aalborg University Esbjerg
- The Faculty of Engineering and Science
- Department of Civil Engineering
- Division for Structural and Offshore Engineering
- Danish Centre for Risk and Safety Management
- Head of Campus Aalborg University Esbjerg (AAU Esbjerg)
- Head of RISK (AAU Esbjerg) - riskcenter.dk
Leadership experienceAssociate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Structural and Offshore Engineering, AAU Esbjerg
Prof. Abdennour El Rhalibi
Abdennour El Rhalibi is Professor of Entertainment Computing and Head of Strategic Projects at Liverpool John Moores University. He is Head of Computer Games Research Lab at the Protect Research Centre. He has over 22 years' experience doing research and teaching in Computer Sciences. Abdennour has worked as lead researcher in three EU projects in France and in UK. His current research involves Game Technologies and Applied Artificial intelligence. Abdennour has been leading for six years several projects in Entertainment Computing funded by the BBC and UK based games companies, involving cross-platform development tools for games, 3D Web-Based Game Middleware Development, State Synchronisation in Multiplayer Online Games, Peer-to-Peer MMOG and 3D Character Animation. Abdennour has published over 160 publications in these areas. Abdennour serves in many journal editorial boards including ACM Computer in Entertainment and the International Journal of Computer Games Technologies. He has served as chair and IPC member in over 100 conferences on Computer Entertainment, AI and VR. Abdennour is member of many International Research Committees in AI and Entertainment Computing, including IEEE MMTC IG: 3D Rendering, Processing and Communications (3DRPCIG), IEEE Task Force on Computational Intelligence in Video Games and IFIP WG 14.4 Games and Entertainment Computing.
ALI KASHIF BASHIR
ALI KASHIF BASHIR (IEEE: M’15, SM’16) is working as an Associate Professor in Faculty of Science and Technology, University of the Faroe Islands, Faroe Islands, Denmark. He has published over 60 research articles, 3 white papers, technical reports and several blogs. He received his Ph.D. degree in computer science and engineering from Korea University, South Korea. In the past, he held appointments with Osaka University, Japan; Nara National College of Technology, Japan; the National Fusion Research Institute, South Korea; Southern Power Company Ltd., South Korea, and the Seoul Metropolitan Government, South Korea. He is also attached to Advanced Network Architecture Lab as a joint researcher. He is supervising/co-supervising several graduate (MS and PhD) students. He is in active collaboration with several universities like Yale University and University of Central Florida, USA; Ryerson University, Canada; Osaka University, Japan; to name a few. His research interests include: cloud computing, NFV/SDN, network virtualization, network security, IoT, computer networks, RFID, sensor networks, wireless networks, and distributed computing. He is serving as the Editor-in-chief of the IEEE INTERNET TECHNOLOGY POLICY NEWSLETTER and the IEEE FUTURE DIRECTIONS NEWSLETTER. He is an Editorial Board Member of journals, such as the IEEE ACCESS, the Journal of Sensor Networks, and the Data Communications. He has also served/serving as guest editor on several special issues in journals of IEEE, Elsevier, and Springer. He is actively involved in organizing workshops and conferences in many countries. He has chaired several conference sessions, gave several invited and keynote talks, and reviewed the technology leading articles for journals like IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL INFORMATICS, the IEEE Communication Magazine, the IEEE COMMUNICATION LETTERS, IEEE Internet of Things, and the IEICE Journals, and conferences, such as the IEEE Infocom, the IEEE ICC, the IEEE Globecom, and the IEEE Cloud of Things. He is also mentoring/advising/counseling several start-ups across the globe in the field of robotics, blockchain and smart homes.
Dr. Naveen Chilamkurti
Dr. Naveen Chilamkurti is an acting head of Department of Computer Science and Information Technology in La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia. He is an TECHNICAL EDITOR of IEEE WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE (Impact Factor= 6.524) and Associate Technical Editor of IEEE Communications Magazine (Impact Factor = 4.46). He is also serving as EDITOR-IN-CHIEF International Journal of Wireless Networks and Broadcasting Technologies (IJWNBT) (IGI-Global USA publication) and many more springer. Wiley and IEEE journal. He is also SENIOR MEMBER of International Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE). He was general chair and co-chair in various global conferences like ISWPC-2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, ATNAC 2011, 2012, IEEE ICC 2014, IEEE SMARTGRIDCOMM 2013, IEEE IoT 2013, MUM 2014….and so on. He has published 180 Journal/conference papers including IEEE and ACM Transactions. He has supervised 40 students as of 2015 and 37 students graduated PhD, Masters and Honours program. He has received grant from many funding agency like National ICT Australia (NICTA), Department of Industry, Innovation Science, Research and Tertiary Education and so on. Major global publisher like Springer, IGI Global, Wiley, Nova Publications (USA) have published Book written by him. firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Dr. Abdurazzag Ali Aburas
Prof. Dr. Abdurazzag Ali Aburas obtained his Master degree in Computer & Information Technology and PhD in Digital Image Processing from Dundee University and De Montfort University, UK in 1993 and 1997 respectively. He worked in Jordan and UAE universities, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, faculty of Engineering, International Islamic University Malaysia and International University of Sarajevo. At present time, working at University of KwaZulu Natal, School of Engineering, South Africa. He was working as visiting full Professor at Tecnologico De Monterrey, San Luis Potosi Campus, Mexico.
Josep M. Guerrero
Josep M. Guerrero is a Professor in Department of Energy Technology, Aaalborg University, Esbjerg, Denmark. Josep M. Guerrero received the B.S. degree in telecommunications engineering, the M.S. degree in electronics engineering, and the Ph.D. degree in power electronics from the Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, in 1997, 2000 and 2003, respectively. Since 2011, he has been a Full Professor with the Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Denmark, where he is responsible for the Microgrid Research Program (www.microgrids.et.aau.dk). From 2012 he is a guest Professor at the Chinese Academy of Science and the Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics; from 2014 he is chair Professor in Shandong University; from 2015 he is a distinguished guest Professor in Hunan University; and from 2016 he is a visiting professor fellow at Aston University, UK, and a guest Professor at the Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications.
His research interests is oriented to different microgrid aspects, including power electronics, distributed energy-storage systems, hierarchical and cooperative control, energy management systems, smart metering and the internet of things for AC/DC microgrid clusters and islanded minigrids; recently specially focused on maritime microgrids for electrical ships, vessels, ferries and seaports. Prof. Guerrero is an Associate Editor for a number of IEEE TRANSACTIONS. He received the best paper award of the IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion for the period 2014-2015, and the best paper prize of IEEE-PES in 2015. As well, he received the best paper award of the Journal of Power Electronics in 2016. In 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 he was awarded by Thomson Reuters as Highly Cited Researcher, and in 2015 he was elevated as IEEE Fellow for his contributions on “distributed power systems and microgrids”.
He is going to deliver a talk on
Title: Shipboard and Seaport Microgrids for Maritime electrification
Abstract: In this presentation, microgrid technologies will be introduced to show how terrestrial microgrid knowledge can be introduce in shipboard systems. The talk will include: power quality standards and issues in ship board electrical systems, DC microgrids and energy storage systems for ships and ferries, power management systems and optimization for vessels and offshore platforms, and power electronics enabling AC/DC grids in ships. Examples of platform/offshore support vessels, hybdrid yatchs, full and hybrid electric ferries will be presented. Real and practical cases from industrial manufacturers, projects, and ships measurements and solutions will be given.
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