Call for papers

Conference title: 2021 International Conference «Engineering Management of Communication and Technology» (EMCTECH)

IEEE Conference Record # ______

Conference Date: 20.10.2021 – 22.10.2021
Conference Venue: Tivoligasse 73, 1120 Vienna, Austria,

Springer Schloessl

IRIS Association (Institute of Radio and Information Systems, Vienna, Austria)
IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society (TEMS) Chapter of the IEEE Austria Section

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Conference materials wiil be available in IEEE Xplore

The papers which are discussed at the conference can be divided into the following chapters:

CHAPTER 1. TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENTS IN IOT DEVICES

CHAPTER 2. TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENTS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Subsection 2.1. Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence – Man in Intelligent Communication Systems

CHAPTER 3. TRANSPORT AND СOLLECTIVE SYSTEMS: SMART CONTROL TECHNOLOGY IN TRANSPORTATION, BIOMEDICAL, FARMING AND CYBER PHYSICAL SYSTEMS (new opportunities using technology in biomedical, farming, transportation, and cyber physical systems)
Subsection 3.1. Technology advancements in creating sustainable engines
Subsection 3.2. Smart Highway Maintenance: Advanced Technology of Control and Design

CHAPTER 4. BROADCAST TECHNOLOGIES ADVANCEMENTS – RADIO, IP, CELLULAR, ON DEMAND, INTERACTIVE

CHAPTER 5. TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENTS IN WIRE AND OPTICAL COMMUNICATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS

CHAPTER 6. DIGITALIZATION PROCESS AND SECURITY MANAGEMENT IN DIGITAL SOCIETY AND INDUSTRY 4.0

CHAPTER 7. DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND DATA RISK MANAGEMENT IN ICT/TELECOMMUNICATION

CHAPTER 8. DEVELOPING PERSONAL SKILLS FOR LEADING INNOVATION INITIATIVES

CHAPTER 9. ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY LEADING TO SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND ECONOMICAL CHANGE

Conference will produce a publication.
All accepted and presented Papers following the conference will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore and will be submitted also for indexing in Scopus and Web of Science data bases.

Organizers
IRIS Association (Institute of Radio and Information Systems, Vienna, Austria)
IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society (TEMS) Chapter of the IEEE Austria Section

Location
Tivoligasse 73, 1120 Vienna, Austria

Contacts
Address to send materials: conference@media-publisher.eu

Ms Svetlana Dymkova
iris@media-publisher.eu
+43 66499492987

Ms Anna Dolgopyatova
annadolgopyatova@media-publisher.eu

Mr Oleg Varlamov
Chairman of “Institute of Radio and Information Systems” (IRIS) Association,
Doctor of Technical Science (Engineering)
ovarlamov@media-publisher.eu
+43 66499492987

Subjects of the conference
The main areas of the conference EMCTECH-2021. E-commerce and global marketing strategies as well as discovery of new application in this areas; Internet of Things devices (IoT); new personal skills which can help build products for enable essentials; advanced solutions for biomedical systems, transportation, education, manufacturing, agriculture, and other areas.

Field of interest:

  • Technology advancements in IoT devices, artificial Intelligence, Broadcasting, wire and optical communication;
  • New opportunities using technology in BioMedical, Farming, Transportation, and Cyber Physical Systems;
  • Digital Transformation and Data Risk Management in ICT/Telecommunication, smart cities, public policy;
  • Developing personal skills for leading innovation initiatives.

Michael Heiss, IEEE TEMS Chapter Central Europe Chair, will make keynote from the “hosting country” and organize a visit of the Pilot Factory Industry 4.0 in Vienna/Aspern: http://pilotfabrik.tuwien.ac.at/en/

Structure of the technical program committee:
– Chairman of the Program Committee
– Vice-Chairman of the Program Committee
– Program Committee Coordinator

Technical program committee:

Chairman of the Program Committee
Mr Oleg Varlamov, Doctor of Technical Science, Chairman of “Institute of Radio and Information Systems” (IRIS) Association, Austria

Vice-Chairman of the Program Committee
DI Gerald Fritz, MSc. – Co-Chair TEMS (Technology and Engineering Management Society) Chapter Central Europe, Austria

Program Committee Coordinator
Svetlana Dymkova – conference manager of “Institute of Radio and Information Systems” (IRIS) Association, Austria

Members of the program committee

Petr Doucek, Full Professor, Czech Republic
Albert Waal, Ph.D., Germany
Vladimir Dokuchaev, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Switzerland
Bayram Ibrahimov, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Azerbaijan
Marcelo Sampaio de Alencar, Ph.D., IEEE Senior Member, Full Professor, Brazil
Marina Yashina, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Russia
Valery Tikhvinskiy, Doctor of Economics Science, Ph.D. in Radio Engineering, Professor, Member of European Standards Organization (ETSI) from NIIR, Russia


Submission dates
Abstract submission date: 31 July 2021
Full Paper Submission date: 15 August 2021
Notification of Acceptance date: 30 August 2021


Author Registration, Final paper Submission and Payment date: 30 September 2021

Conference Fee (CF)

Participation fee using videoconference – 200 Euro

CF-01: FREE – Individuals registered as IRIS members (one article per IRIS registration number for the first author)
CF-02: 270 EUR – Individuals registered as IRIS members (second article presented by the author with registration RG-01, without the presence of other co-authors at the conference)
CF-03: 270 EUR – Graduate and postgraduate students as sole authors without co-authors or a team of authors consisting of only students
CF-04: 300 EUR – Registration for IEEE members (one article per IEEE registration number for the first author)
CF-05: 330 EUR – Full registration
CF-06: 150 EUR – Registration for an accompanying person (without submitting an article)
CF-07: 70 EUR – Conference banquet (Extra option:only upon payment of any form of registration fee)

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Conference Manuscript Requirements

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