We like to keep this conference within limits of hundred+ participants, allowing lots of time for personal contacts and informal discussions. Balanced oral and poster sessions combined with high quality tutorials create unique atmosphere of this event. We hope, you will enjoy it.
The workshop is devoted to the development of modern tools for the analysis and design of complex electrical and non-electrical systems. It develops the effective approaches and methods for signal processing, analysis and design of electrical and electronic circuits and electromagnetic fields.
In the area of signal processing we focus on development of more effective linear and non-linear algorithms and transformations. Among them are artificial neural and neuro-fuzzy network approaches, support vector machines, Fourier and wavelet transformations, independent component analysis, higher order statistical description of the processes, etc.
Modern trends in circuit and network theory are aimed at the development of proper description and characterization of the phenomena arising in the power systems, especially higher harmonics, compensation of the reactive power at the presence of higher harmonics, analysis of the transient phenomena in such systems for the need of system protection.
Today’s field theory is directed to the analysis of the complex problems arising in different areas of research by using mathematical methods, appropriate for the field theory. They include the modelling of different phenomena, for example the human body, especially the head, tomography methods aimed at the reconstruction of the field inside the body on the basis of the finite number of measurements done at external points of it, etc.
All these subjects will be welcomed by the organizers of the workshop. Gathering many scientist at the same place and in the same time together, may result in expansion of one branch of research into another one and bring the new trends in the development of the already well established area of research. This year workshop will be strictly connected with application of network, field and signal theory in the biomedical engineering.
All accepted and presented papers will be submitted to electronic publication in IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Extended versions of selected papers will be (after additional review) published in Polish journal Electrical Review (Przeglad Elektrotechniczny). The cost of publication in Electrical Review is covered by authors. See “Call for papers” for more detailed information on paper preparation.