August 25-27, 2018

Prof. Amaury A. Caballero, Florida International University, USA.

and

Prof. Zoran Bojkovic, University of Belgrade, SERBIA.

**Topics:TELECOMMUNICATIONS: **
Microwave Theory and techniques, CAD design for Microwave Systems, Antennas and Radars, Lightwave technology,
Submillimeter-Wave techniques, Microwave High-Power techniques, Microwave and millimeter-Wave Integrated Circuits,
Microwave and millimeter-Wave Integrated Solid State Devices, Microwave Acoustics, Filter and Passive Components,
Microwave and Antennas Measurements, Microwave Superconductivity , RFIC's, Wave-guides, Microwave propagation,
Ferrites devices. Cavities. Microwave Circuits, Periodic Structures and Filters, Tubes, Masers, Amplifiers,
HF-VHF-UHF Engineering, Antennas, Reflectors and Lens Antennas, Arrays, Scattering, Propagation, Diffraction,
Electromagnetic Compatibility Problems, Applied Electromagnetics, Electromagnetic Field, Numerical Methods for Electromagnetics,
Mathematical Methods and Computational techniques for Microwaves,
Mathematical Methods and Computational techniques for Antennas and Radars, Radio Engineering applications in Astronomy,
Navigation, Aerospace Systems, Low noise techniques, Optical Fiber Systems, Communication Electronics,
Signal Processing for Wireless Communication., Communications Switching and Routing, Physical Layer, ISDN,
Computer Networks, Architectural Aspects, ATM Networks, Protocols, Network Architecture, Network Reliability,
Narrow band and Broad band Networks, Modern Routing Problems, Privacy and Security Problems, Queuing Theory and Communications,
Traffic Problems, Wireless and Mobile Computing, Communication Systems Integration, Cryptology, Military Communications, Internet,
Programming Techniques in Communications Networks, Simulation Techniques in Telecommunications,
Software for Communications Development and Simulation, Social Implications of Modern Communications,
Soft Computing and Communications, Smart Interfaces, Computer/Communications Integration, Education.

**INFORMATICS:**

Computer Languages, Software Engineering, Data Structures, File Structures and Design, Data Bases, Compilers,
Knowledge and Data Technology, Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, File Structures for on-line Systems,
Operating Systems, Parallel and Distributed Systems, Information Systems, Complexity Theory, Computing Theory,
Numerical and Semi-Numerical Algorithms, Object-Oriented Programming, Parallel Programming, Computerised Signal
Processing, Computer Graphics, Computational Geometry, Machine Vision, Computer Elements, Computer Architecture,
Computer Packaging, Fault Tolerance Computing, Mass Storage Systems, Microprocessors and microcomputers,
Multiple valued Logic, Numerical Analysis, Finite Element, Genetic Algorithms, Game Theory, Operations Research,
Optimization Techniques, Real Time Systems, Virtual Reality, Computer Algebra, Symbolic Computation, Simulation,
Pattern Analysis, Machine Intelligence, Adaptive and Learning Systems, Classification, Identification,
Chaos Fractals and Bifurcations, Analysis and design tools, Simulation, modelling, Emulation, Visualization,
Digital Libraries, Hardware Engineering, Programming Techniques in Communications, Networks, Management and Economic Systems,
Multimedia, Video technologies, Simulation Techniques Tools, Computers in Armed Forces,
Software for Communications Development and Simulation, Social Implications of Modern Communications,
Soft Computing and Communications, Smart Interfaces, Intelligent Systems, Supercomputers and Supercomputing,
Internet and Internet Computing, Intelligent Agents, Mobile Computing, E-commerce, Privacy Problems, Hardware/Software Codesign,
Cryptography, Computer/Communications Integration, Education.