TECHNICAL CONFERENCE CYCLE OF FUNCHAL – 2021 The IKnowD Institute is proud to announce the Technical Conference Cycle of Funchal 2021. This series of conferences lead by experts in different areas is targeted at the general public with a basic technological background and intends to promote the curiosity and interest in technical areas such as Information Technologies, Energy and Sustainability. The TCCF21 will take place from September to December and the following Invited Talks are scheduled at this moment: Title: Invited Speaker: Date: Location: If you wish to follow remotely press
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“Software For Six Sigma Projects with the Use of the Paraconsistent Logic”, Giovanna Albertini, Jair Minoro Abe, Luiz António de Lima, Kazumi Nakamatsu. Paulista University and University of Hyogo
“Information Measures and Synchronization in Complete Networks”, José Leonel Rocha and Sónia Carvalho. CEAUL and CEAFEL, ADM, ISEL-Eng. Superior Institute of Lisbon.
International Conference on Energy and Sustainability in Small Developing Economies – ES2DE19 – BEST STUDENT PAPER
“Demand management for load smoothing in small power systems: the case of Porto Santo island”, Roham Torabi, Álvaro Gomes and Morgado-Dias. University of Coimbra, University of Madeira and ITI/Larsys.
International Conference on Energy and Sustainability in Small Developing Economies – ES2DE19 – BEST PAPER
“On the Economics and the Future Prospects of Electric Vehicles”, Amela Ajanovic and Reinhard Haas, Vienna University of Technology.
“Design and Simulation of an Incremental Sigma- Delta Converter for Improving the Noise Floor Level of CMOS Image Sensors”, Luís Miguel Carvalho Freitas, Morgado Dias, Guy Meynants, Adi Xhakoni. AMS Sensors Portugal, ITI-Larsys and University of Madeira.
“A Zigbee-based system for simulating, training and Measuring Visual Reaction Time in Shotgun Sport” – Boubaker Ben Ali, Chawki Fraj, Olfa Oueslati, Éric Dugas. LACES University of Bordeaux, DEPSEM Military Sport Department and University of Manouba.
Best Paper Award – “Fake p-Values and Mendel Variables: Testing Uniformity and Independence” – Maria de Fá́tima Brilhante, Sandra Mendonça, Dinis Pestana, Maria Luísa Rocha, Fernando Sequeira, Sílvio Velosa; Best Student Paper Award – “A Neural Network Based Approach for Approximating Real Roots of Polynomials” – Diogo Freitas, Luís Guerreiro Lopes and F. Morgado Dias.
Best Paper Award – “A framework for stakeholder engagement for developing sustainable behaviour research: a Lake Victoria case study” – Karlijn van den Broek; Best Student Paper Award – “Personalizing paper-and-pencil training for cognitive rehabilitation: a feasibility study with a web-based Task Generator” – Ana Lúcia Faria, Sergi Bermúdez i Badia