Posted in 11 October 2018, by Mic, kategori Electrical Engineering, News

ecis8To commemorate its 4oth anniversary, UB Electrical Engineering Department (TEUB) in collaboration with Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) and National Sun Yat Sen University (NSYSU) held the 9th International Conference on Electrical Power, Electronics, Communications, Controls and Informatics System 2018 (EECCIS 2018) at Royal Orchid Batu Hotel for three days, 9-11 October 2018.

Angger Abdul Razak, Ph.D., as Chair Executive, revealed that of two hundred incoming papers, 100 were received. Participate as presenters and authors from 9 countries, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Taiwan, Germany, Hong Kong, Australia, the United States, and the Republic of China.

“More than 50% of the incoming papers are not accepted,” he said appreciating the participants whose paper accepted.

EECCIS 8He also added that the objective of EECCIS 2018 is to provide opportunities for researchers, scientists, engineers and experts working in the area of electrical power, electronics, telecommunications, controls and informatics to exchange their ideas and also to present and discuss latest results and future directions of research and application.

In the conference themed “Roles and opportunities of wireless energy security support system”, three keynote speakers were presented including Prof. Axel Bangert (University of Kassel, Germany), Prof. Chua-Chin Wang (National Sun Yat Sen University, Taiwan), and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Abdullah Soul (University Tun Hussein Onn, Malaysia).

EECCIS 6This biannual international conference was opened directly by the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering UB, Dr. Pitojo Tri Juwono. In his remarks he expressed the highest appreciation for the keynote speakers, participants, and the committee. He also hoped that this activity could be followed up further.

“Hopefully this conference will become a forum for exchanging ideas, experiences and solutions to the trending issues. And hopefully this electrical engineering experts meeting can continue in joint research or other forms of cooperation,” he said.

EECCIS 5After Remo Dance from Nakula-Nayaka, two dancing robots of Brawijaya Robotic Team and being opened by gong beating, the event continued with presentations from the three keynote speakers. Prof. Axel Bangert opened the first session with a presentation entitled “Could and Should We Realize Greener Communication Networks?”. Continued by Assoc. Prof. Jiwa Abdullah with a presentation entitled, “An Efficient Data Collection Algorithm for Wearable / Mobile Tracking System in IoT / WSN”.

EECCIS 9In his presentation, Jiwa Abdullah said, there were many challenges in building IoT Device System. One of them is energy efficiency. So he introduced an efficient data collection algorithm for WSN / IoT Mobile Tracking System.

“This algorithm consists of three phases: initial phase, IoT Edge Phase, and Fusion Center. The results show that the total energy saved by applying the proposed algorithm is 77%,” he said.

EECCIS 10Participants, most of whom were from the Electrical Engineering Higher Education Institution, responded enthusiastically until a lecture about IC (Integrated Circuit) for Medical Device Application by the third keynote speaker Prof. Chua Chin Wang.

In his lecture entitled Introduction to Bio-Marker Detection and Development of A Rapid Readout System for CEA Concentration Measurement, Prof Chua invite all participant to research more on the CEA (one of Tumor Markers) reader he developed.

EECCIS 7This device is still prototype, i work on it for 5 years, it can still be developed. We can engaged more with other expert from medical science so it can be a complete tumor/cancer detector,” he said.

After the keynote speech was delivered from the speaker, the participants were divided into five rooms to present their papers in front of the reviewer. (mic)

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