Special SessionsSpecial Sessions consist of a group of papers having a common, unified theme. These types of sessions are excellent opportunities to give the audience depth and breadth of exposure to a particular issue, in a way not possible through a single paper. Furthermore, a Special Session presents many viewpoints on a topic area, in a way not possible through a typical tutorial.
Persons wishing to organize a Special Session should submit a proposal (download template in Word format) in PDF format to all Special Session Co-Chairs.
Proposals should include:
This description will be posted on the conference website in an area dedicated to Special Sessions, and serve as the Call for Special Session.
The editorial review team will review the submitted manuscripts. Organizers of accepted proposals will be notified within two weeks of submitting proposals. At this time, they should contact their editorial review team, and prospective authors.
For deadlines, please refer to timeline.
ICELIE 2013 Special Sessions:
SS01 - Teaching Industrial Electronics for Sustainable Energy
Pavol Bauer, Andreja Rojko
Industrial electronics plays an important role in the rapidly developing area of sustainable energy. This development raises also the demand for modern, online teaching/learning resources that can be used for a distance training of teachers, professionals from industry and students. This session therefore focuses on innovative teaching methods and online material related to industrial electronics and sustainable energy. Developed innovative e-learning material, distance laboratories, virtual experiments, distance courses and distance training programs from this field are within the scope of this session. The thematic areas from sustainable energy that will be address in this special session will include (but are not limited to): Solar Energy; Wind Energy; Hybrid and Electric Vehicles and Energy Saving Light Sources ...
SS02 - New applications of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in electrical and electronic engineering teaching.
Jose A Antonino-Daviu, Larisa Dunai
Over these recent years, the use of ICTs has proliferated in the educational area within different engineering fields. The potential of these tools to enhance many aspects of the learning process as well as their widespread use to increase the interest toward the subjects make them an important asset that every instructor should consider. Moreover, these technologies play a crucial role in the context of the education for sustainable development of nowadays societies. Indeed, they can contribute to a substantial saving of material assets which should be necessary in the absence of these technologies. The aim of this special session is to attract papers describing new applications of ICTs to the teaching in the electrical & electronics area. The applications may affect theoretical lectures, laboratory sessions, student assessment or other aspects related to educational tasks in the referred area. Papers describing applications directly contributing or related to the sustainable development will be especially welcome. ...Go directly to submission page