Wseas and naun conferences Joint Program




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WSEAS and NAUN Conferences
Joint Program


15th CSCC Multiconference:
15
th WSEAS International Conference on Circuits
15
th WSEAS International Conference on Systems
15
th WSEAS International Conference on Communications
15
th WSEAS International Conference on Computers

4th WSEAS International Conference on Urban Planning and Transportation (UPT '11)

4th WSEAS International Conference on Cultural Heritage and Tourism
(CUHT '11)


8th WSEAS International Conference on Engineering Education
(EDUCATION '11)


4th WSEAS International Conference on Engineering Mechanics, Structures, Engineering Geology (EMESEG '11)

International Conference on Applied Mathematics, Simulation, Modelling
(ASM '11)


International Conference on Circuits, Systems and Signals (CSS '11)

International Conference on Communications and Information Technology (CIT '11)

International Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Heat and Mass Transfer 2011 (FLUIDSHEAT '11)

International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 2011
(TAM '11)


International Conference on Education and Educational Technologies 2011 (EDU '11)

International Conference on Geography and Geology 2011 (GEO '11)

International Conference on Energy and Development - Environment - Biomedicine 2011 (EDEB '11)


Corfu Island, Greece, July 14-17, 2011

1st Day, July 14, 2011


Registration: 08:00-09:00


Keynote Lecture 1: 09:00-09:45, Room A’



Fundamental Laws of Nature: Mass-Energy, Work, Heat and Entropy - From Reversible Isentropic to Irreversible Caloric Processes

by Prof. M. Kostic, Northern Illinois University, USA.


Keynote Lecture 2: 09:45-10:30, Room A’



Jet Noise Predictions Using Large Eddy Simulations

by Prof. Anastasios Lyrintzis, Purdue University, USA.


Keynote Lecture 3: 10:30-11:15, Room A’



Fuel Cell for Electric Locomotive Transportation: State-of-the-Art Review and Challenges

by Prof. Pradip Majumdar, Northern Illinois University, USA.



Coffee-break: 11:15-11:45


Plenary Lecture 1: 11:45-12:30, Room A’



New Approach to Continuous and Discrete-Time Systems based on Abstract State Space Energy

by Prof. Milan Stork, University of West Bohemia, CZECH REPUBLIC.

Plenary Lecture 2: 11:45-12:30, Room B’



Romania, Tourism and Culture Major Drivers of Regional Attractiveness

by Prof. Mirela Mazilu, University of Craiova, ROMANIA.


Plenary Lecture 3: 11:45-12:30, Room C’



Intelligent Robotic System with Fuzzy Learning Controller and 3D Stereo Vision

by Prof. Shiuh-Jer Huang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, TAIWAN.


Plenary Lecture 4: 11:45-12:30, Room D’



Infrared Image Processing Methods and Systems

by Prof. Alexander Bekiarski, Technical University Kliment Ohridski, BULGARIA.



CONFERENCE ROOM A’: 12:30-14:30

CUHT Session: Sustainable Development, Urban & Rural Tourism


Chair: Mirela Mazilu, Nistor Stelian


Romania, Tourism and Culture - Major Drivers of Regional Attractiveness

Mirela Mazilu

659-263

The Statistical Analysis of Romanian Tourism in the Context of the World Economic Crisis

Mirela Mazilu, Dumitru Bala, Roxana Severineanu

659-446

Tourism - Revival Factor at Social, Cultural and Economic Levels

Mirela Mazilu, Madalina Andrei, Daniela Dumitrescu

659-447

Belgrade as a Tourism Destination: Strategic Management Aspects

Nina Djurica, Gordana Tomic, Maja Djurica

659-178

Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Sustainable Development in Beius Land: The Wood Civilization as Wandering Tourism Product

Rodica Petrea, Claudiu Filimon, Luminita Filimon, Paul Olau

659-361

Protected Areas in Hungary and Romania, Bases for the Development of a Sustainable Tourism – A Comparative Preliminary Analisys

Stelian Nistor, Camelia Teodorescu, Ribana Linc, Iulian Dinca, Liviu Bucur

659-380


CONFERENCE ROOM B’: 12:30-14:30

EDEB Session: Energy Efficient Systems


Chair: Kurt Geckeler, Martino Paolucci


The Use of Thermal Energy Storage for Energy System based on Cogeneration Plant

Anna Volkova, Andres Siirde

303-243

Monitoring of Energy Flows and Optimization of Energy Efficiency in a Production Facility

I. Leobner, K. Ponweiser, C. Dorn, F. Bleicher

303-269

Hydrogen Energy Storage Materials Based on Conducting Polymers and their Nanocomposites

Kurt E. Geckeler

303-331

Heavy Metals Behaviour in a Gasification Reactor

Martino Paolucci, Carlo Borgianni, Paolo De Filippis

303-309

Energy Performance Implies Measures from Consumers to the Energy Supply Sources

Rodica Frunzulica, Mirela Sanda Toropoc

303-401

European Energy Policy – Directives and Action Plans

V. Pozeb, D. Goricanec, J. Krope

303-306



CONFERENCE ROOM C’: 12:30-14:30

GEO Session: Geography and Geology


Chair: Abdalla Amir Omar, Alamta Singarimbun


Abnormal Deflection in the Some Folded Axes within Zagros Fold and Thrust Belt, Northern Iraq, Mirawa-Mawaran Synclinal Axis as a case Study

Abdalla Amir Omar

303-113

Self–Potential Methods on Geothermal Exploration (Case Study: Mount Patuha, West Java, Indonesia)

Alamta Singarimbun, Mitra Djamal, Fitri Meilawati

303-278

Extreme Climatic Phenomena during the Hot Period of the Year in Targoviste Municipality and its Surroundings (1961-2010). Case Studies

Ovidiu Murarescu, Gica Pehoiu, Bogdan Puscoi

303-329

Present Features of the Migration Phenomenon in Romania

Tamara Simon, Madalina-Teodora Andrei, Iuliana Pop, Petronela-Sonia Nedea, Florin Vartolomei

303-235

Aspects of the Tourist Development on the Romanian Black Sea Coastline

Tamara Simon, Mirela-Elena Mazilu, Madalina-Teodora Andrei, Roxana-Cristina Severineanu, Costin Dumitrascu

303-236


CONFERENCE ROOM D’: 12:30-14:30

ASM Session: Applied Mathematics I


Chair: Ljiljana Petrovic, Azami Zaharim


On Markovian Extensions and Reductions of a Family of Hilbert Spaces

Ljiljana Petrovic

303-220

On Spatial Estimation of Wind Energy Potential in Malaysia

Nurulkamal Masseran, Ahmad Mahir Razali, Kamarulzaman Ibrahim, Wan Zawiah Wan Zin, Azami Zaharim

303-313

The Value of Demand Postponement under Demand Uncertainty

Rawee Suwandechochai

303-330

Estimating Wind Energy Using Extrapolated Data of Cameron Highlands

Siti Khadijah Najid, Ahmad Mahir Razali, Kamaruzaman Ibrahim, Kamaruzzaman Sopian, Azami Zaharim

303-318

A Delay-Differential Equations Model of Bone Remodeling Process

Suchanan Thongmak, Wannapa Kunpasuruang, Chontita Rattanakul

303-207

The Design and Realization of Data Accessing Service in the Meta-Synthetic Integrated Environment of Stratagem Research

Wei Jicai, Bai Hanbin, Zhao Wei, Ren Tingguang, Li Junmei

303-129

Localized Resonant States and Transmission in a Two-Dimensional Photonic Quasicrystal

Yair Neve-Oz, Therese Pollok, Sven Burger, Michael Golosovsky, Dan Davidov

303-345


CONFERENCE ROOM E’: 12:30-14:30

CIRCUITS Session: Advances in Circuits and Systems I


Chair: José Antonio Siqueira Dias, Eko Supriyanto


Precision Table-Top Portable Thermal Chamber with Double Thermoelectric Module

Anderson W. Spengler, Elnatan C. Ferreira, Jose A. Siqueira Dias

659-214

Pulse Width Modulation Managing Application

Dalibor Slovak

659-511

Low Cost PVDF Sensor Casing for Ultrasound Power Measurement

Eko Supriyanto, Imamul Muttakin, Mohd Hafizul Mohd Fathil, Camallil Omar

659-360

Lightning Surge Response Improvement by Combinations of Varistors and Gas -Discharge –Tubes

Hitoshi Kijima

659-310

Hardware Implementation of Field-Weakening BLDC Motor Control

Robert Istvan Lorincz, Mihai Emanuel Basch, David Cristea, Ivan Bogdanov, Virgil Tiponut

659-582

Hardware Implementation of BLDC Motor Diagnosis

Robert Istvan Lorincz, Mihai Emanuel Basch, Ivan Bogdanov, Virgil Tiponut

659-558

Thermal Field Distribution in Bolted Busbar Connections with Longitudinal Slots

Yanko Slavtchev, Nikos Mastorakis, Valeri Mladenov

659-475



CONFERENCE ROOM F’: 12:30-14:30

EDEB Session: Air, Water and Environmental Pollution


Chair: Maris Klavins, Cornelia Aida Bulucea


Assessing the Environmental Pollutant Vector of Combustion Gases Emission from Coal-Fired Power Plants

Cornelia A. Bulucea, Andreea Jeles, Nikos E. Mastorakis, Carmen A Bulucea, Constantin Brindusa

303-200

Approaches for Peat Modification to Improve Oil Sorption Capacity

Maris Klavins, Dmitry Porshnov

303-217

Trace Elements in Sediments of Lakes in Latvia

Maris Klavins, Ilga Kokorite, Maruta Jankevica, Jonas Mazeika, Valery Rodinov

303-214

Evaluating the Environmental Impact of Coal-Fired Power Plants through Wastewater Pollutant Vector

Nikos E. Mastorakis, Andreea Jeles, Cornelia A Bulucea, Carmen A. Bulucea, Constantin Brindusa

303-356

Stress-Sensitivity in Tight Gas Reservoirs: A Curse or an Opportunity for Carbon Dioxide Sequestration?

Rosalind A. Archer

303-346

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