An International Forum for Researchers

Continuing the tradition at the Education Hub of Pakistan – Jamshoro, Mehran University of Engineering & Technology (MUET), announces an International Multi Topic Conference 2015 (IMTIC '15), with Technical Collaboration and support of European Union Erasmus Mundus INTACT (It's Time for CollaboratioN TowArds Close CooperaTion) Program, Centre for Telecommunication Infrastructure (CTIF), Alborg University, Denmark, and University of Umm Al-Qura, Makkah, Saudi Arabia... read more

IMTIC'15 News

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Keynote Speakers

KEYNOTE: IT Challenges of an Intelligent Management of Energy Systems The Power Grid has been in the process of being transformed into the so-called Smart Grid. The system has to be modified from a centralized to a decentralized architecture in order to incorporate power sources based on renewables such as P/V or wind farms. Decentralized sensing and control pose major challenges on theenvisioned IT in relation to...
KEYNOTE: Social Networks Meet Mobile Multimedia Internet  With ever growing popularity and widespread adoption of mobile social applications amongst users, the traffic handled by the mobile networks and the Internet has grown significantly. While researchers have been making advances in the study of social networks and independently in the area of next generation wireless networks, very little attention has been given to the interplay...
Professor, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.     Details about the keynote speech will be uploaded soon.
KEYNOTE: Considerations for supporting students with disabilities in electrical and information engineering: 10 simple rules Within higher education, widening participation to education, so enabling traditionally underrepresented groups to fully participate in programmes of study no matter their personal circumstances are, is one of the priority areas for education institutions. This can be seen across the world with national and regional...
KEYNOTE: A Perspective of the Networks of the Future and Smart Cities A parallel in the evolution between mobile and wireless communications and other areas (computers and cars) will be presented, in an attempt to identify possible directions for systems future evolution.  A look into already existing technologies will enable to establish a perspective for future user interface devices and services (e.g., information access, Internet...
KEYNOTE: Improving Software Quality by Design The talk outlines several aspects of software design methodologies in order to produce high quality software. Software quality attributes and the development strategies are considered as influential factors for a successful software project management. PROFILE: Dr. Florin POPENTIU VLÃDICESCU is at present an associated Professor of Software Engineering at UNESCO Department University "...
Keynote: Operational Excellence in clean power generation at minimum cost and utmost reliable through fuel cell system at small footprint of installation Direct methanol fuel system cell system is used to produce electrical power at optimum fuel consumption. This is very important to understand and synthesize the condition from where the maximum electrical power form DMFC (direct methanol fuel cells) can be utilized. Herein, maximum power can be...
Keynote: Grid Integration of Intermittent Energy Resources: A Talk on Opportunities and Challenges for Future Grid Recently the usage of renewable energy resources (RERs) has gained significant popularity due to economic and environmental concerns over traditional electrical energy resources. Increased intake of RERs will lead to numerous positive impacts on grid like voltage support, loss reduction, improved reliability, transmission and...