Given the COVID-19 pandemic and associated restrictions, it is not reasonable to organize the SpliTech Conference on the provided dates. As the safety of people is of the highest priority, we have decided to postpone the conference to later dates: September 23-26 2020, when the weather conditions are still promising, and thus try to make the conference the most comfortable for everyone.
If the travel restrictions remain by then, the conference will be held virtually.
Final decision on whether the conference will be held virtually will be announced 45 days before the conference.
According to the new dates of the conference, the paper submission deadline is prolonged to June 5, 2020.

University of Split (FESB) is organizing 4-day scientific/professional/industry conference that will take place in Bol (island of Brac), Croatia, July 1-4, 2020. Participants are encouraged to submit proposals related to the fields of the topics: Smart Cities, Energy and Health.

Full paper submission

June 05, 2020

New dates:

Full paper submission
June 05, 2020
Notification of acceptance:
July 15, 2020

2020 Confirmed Journals

  

Besides publishing in IEEE Xplore, authors will be invited to extend their papers for further possible publication in SCI/CC journals.

SpliTech 2019 accepted papers published in IEEE Xplore (30% growth in respect to SpliTech 2018)

SpliTech 2019 accepted papers published in IEEE Xplore (30% growth in respect to SpliTech 2018)

International Journal of Energy Research (Wiley) IF: 3.343

Journal of Cleaner Production (Elsevier) IF: 6.395

Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies (ETT) Special Issue (Wiley) IF: 1.258

Aleksandar AndjelkovicUniversity of Novi Sad, Serbia
Roko AndričevićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Muslum AriciKocaeli University, Turkey
Fabrizio Ascione, University of Naples, Italy
Luigi AtzoriUniversity of Cagliari, Italy
Tamara BajcUniversity of Belgrade, Serbia
Frano BarbirUniversity of Split, Croatia
Gianluca Barile, University of L’Aquila, Italy
Mateo BašićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Zoran BlaževićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Flaminio BorgonovoPolitecnico di Milano, Italy
Alessandro BramantiSTMicroElectronics Lecce, Italy
Ivona BrandićVienna University of Technology, Austria
Andrea Casula, Università di Cagliari, Italy
Luca CatarinucciUniversity of Salento, Italy
Alexander ChengUniversity of Mississippi, USA
Y.P. Chiu ChaoyangUniversity of Technology, Taiwan
Lucio CiabattoniUniversità Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Tomazs CholewaUniversity of Lublin, Poland
Risto CiconkovUniversity Ss Cyril and Metdhoius, Macedonia
Riccardo ColellaUniversity of Salento, Italy
Ivica CrnkovićChalmers University, Sweden
Inigo CuinasUniversity of Vigo, Spain
Mario CvetkovićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Vedrana CvitanićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Stipo ČelarUniversity of Split, Croatia
Duje ČokoUniversity of Split, Croatia
Ivo ČolakUniveristy of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Rosa Francesca De Masi, University of Sannio, Italy
Nedijb DjilaliUniversity of Victoria, Canada
Vicko DorićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Pasquale DottoratoLAB ID Bologna, Italy
Khalil El Khamlichi DrissiBlaise Pascal University, France
Natalija FilipovićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Rajit GadhUniversity of California Los Angeles (UCLA) USA
Mirela GalićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Jose Vicente García OrtizUniversity of Florida, Spain
Tonko GarmaUniversity of Split, Croatia
Giuseppe GhisaIstituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato (IPZS), Italy
Efrosni GiamaAristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Blaž GotovacUniversity of Split, Croatia
Hrvoje GotovacUniversity of Split, Croatia
Sven GotovacUniversity of Split, Croatia
Vera GradišnikUniversity of Rijeka, Croatia
Tomislav GrgićUniversity of Zagreb, Croatia
Alen HarapinUniversity of Split, Croatia
Carles Anton HaroCCTC, Spain
Željko HećimovićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Adnan IbrahimbegovićEcole Normale Superieure de Cachan, France
Damir JakusUniversity of Split, Croatia
Antonio JaraUniversity of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (HEVS – HES-SO) & HOP Ubiquitous, Switzerland
Maro JelicUniversity of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Danijela Kalibovic GovorkoUniversity of Split, Croatia
Alain KassabUniversity of Central Florida, USA
Önder KizilkanSuleyman Demirel University, Turkey
Branko KlarinUniversity of Split, Croatia
Jiri Jaromir KlemesBrno University of Technology, Czech Republic
Sandra KostićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Ivica KozarUniversity of Rijeka, Croatia
Jakov Krstulović OparaUniversity of Split, Croatia
Mario KušekUniversity of Zagreb, Croatia
Damir LazarevićUniversity of Zagreb, Croatia
Chew Tin LeeUniversiti Teknologi, Malaysia
Kristian LenićUniversity of Rijeka, Croatia
Alfiero LeoniUniversity of L’Aquila, Italy
Xiaohua Liu TsinghuaUniversity, China
Jaime Lloret MauriPolytechnic University of Valencia, Spain
Nuno Vasco LopesUniversity of Minho, Portugal
Dino LovrićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Željan LozinaUniversity of Split, Croatia
Rino LucićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Luca MaintettiUniversity of Salento, Italy
Herbert MangVienna University of Technology, Austria
George ManosAristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Josip MarasUniversity of Split, Croatia
Ivan MarasovićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Sven MaričićUniPu/Science-Technology Institute VISIO, UniRi/MedRi, Croatia
Snježana MardešićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Gaetano MarroccoUniversita’ di Roma “Tor Vergata”, Italy
Maja MatijaševićUniversity of Zagreb, Croatia
Gerardo Maria Mauro, University of Sannio, Italy
Gianluca MazziniUniversity of Ferrara & LepidaSpA, Italy
Massimo Merenda Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria, Italy
Željka MilanovićUniversity of Pula, Croatia
Predrag MiščevićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Tonći ModrićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Marina MongielloPolitecnico di Bari, Italy
Tariq MuneerEdinburgh Napier University, UK
Mirco MuttilloUniversity of L’Aquila, Italy
Sandro NižetićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Andreas OchsnerGriffith University, Australia
Roger OwenSwansea University, United Kingdom
Joško OžboltUniversity of Stuttgart, Germany
Paolo PaoliniPolitecnico di Milano, Italy
Vladan PapićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Claudio PastroneIstituto Superiore Mario Boella (ISMB), Italy
Luigi PatronoUniversity of Salento, Italy
Vesna PekicUniversity of Split, Croatia
Lucia PepaUniversità Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Mato PerićUniversity of Zagreb, Croatia
Toni PerkovićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Matteo PetraccaScuola Superiore Sant’Anna of Pisa, CNIT, Italy
Stefano PierettiInstituto Superiore di Sanita Rome, Italy
Ivana Podnar ŽarkoUniversity of Zagreb, Croatia
Vedran PodobnikUniversity of Zagreb, Croatia
Dragan PoljakUniversity of Split, Croatia
Petar PopovskiAalborg University, Denmark
Vladan ProdanovićUniveristy of British Columbia, Canada
Farhad RachidiSwiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
Joško RadićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Antonio RizziUniversity of Parma, Italy
Joel J.P.C. RodriguesUniversity of Beira Interior, Portugal
Maja Rogić VidakovićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Luis Rojas-SolórzanoNazarbayev University, Kazakhstan
Michele RutaTechnical University of Bari, Italy
Petar SarajčevUniversity of Split, Croatia
Nicoletta SauligUniversity of Pula,Croatia
Dainel Rolph SchniederUniversity of Zagreb, Croatia
Bernhard SchreflerUniversity of Padova, Italy
Pritee SharmaIndian Institute of Technology Indore, India
Benson ShingUniversity of California San Diego, USA
Čedomir StefanovićAalborg University, Denmark
Vincenzo StornelliUniversity of L’Aquila, Italy
Silvestar ŠesnićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Petar ŠolićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Antonio TadeuUniversity of Coimbra, Portugal
Kumar TammaUniversity of Minnesota, USA
Theodoros TheodosiouAristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Giuseppe Marco TinaUniversity of Catania, Italy
Sergey TkachenkoOtto-von-Guericke University, Germany
Anica TrpUniversity of Rijeka, Croatia
Boris TrogrlićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Robert TurrallTurrall Consulting, Switzerland
Umit UnverYalova University, Turkey
Antonio VileiSTMicroElectronics Lecce, Italy
Christos VerikoukisCTTC, Spain
Frane VlakUniversity of Split, Croatia
Dejan VukobratovićUniversity of Novi Sad, Serbia
Katarina VukojevićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Gongnan Xie, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
Da YanTsinghua University, China
Jesus Alonso ZarateCCTC, Spain
Bin ZhaoTsinghua University, China
Tea ŽakulaUniversity of Zagreb, Croatia
Zlatko ŽivkovićUniversity of Split, Croatia

Petar Šolić(Conference Secretary), University of Split, Croatia

Toni PerkovićUniversity of Split, Croatia

Ana Čulić, (Conference Administrator), University of Split, Croatia

Nikolina BatareloUniversity of Split, Croatia
Duje ČokoUniversity of Split, Croatia
Andrija DžimbegUniversity of Split, Croatia
Filip Grubišić ČaboUniversity of Split, Croatia
Ante KriletićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Josip MarasUniversity of Split, Croatia
Ivan MarasovićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Tea MarasovićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Sandro NižetićUniversity of Split, Croatia
Željko PengaUniversity of Split, Croatia
Ivan PivacUniversity of Split, Croatia
Nikolina PivacUniversity of Split, Croatia
Marina PrvanUniversity of Split, Croatia
Ivan ToljUniversity of Split, Croatia

Hotel Elaphusa

Put Zlatnog rata 46, 21420, Bol,

Island of Brac,

Croatia

BOL

SPLIT

University of Split, FESB
Rudjera Boskovica 32
Split
Croatia

SpliTech  2020 Conference will be held in Bluesun Hotel Elaphusa, Bol 2-4 July 2020.
First day of the Conference (1st July, 2020) will be held on Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture (FESB)Split where special full-day event – IoT day will take place.

Options for trip from Split to Bol:

1) Fast boat directly to Bol (JadrolinijaKrilo)
2) Ferry from Split to Supetar and then take the bus from Supetar to Bol

*Nearest Airports:
Split Airport
Bol Airport

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

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Jiří Jaromír
Klemeš

“Plastic replacements: Win or loss?”

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

sumi

Sumi
Helal

“The Importance of Being Thing:
Or the Trivial Role of Powering
Serious IoT Scenarios”
Tedjini BW

Smail
Tedjini

“Towards Augmented
UHF RFID”
Paris b&w

Paris A.
Fokaides

“How can Building Information
Modelling make building smarter”
Anastazije
Giuseppe
Anastasi
“Towards the Industrial Internet
of Things for Industry 4.0″
andrea

Andrea
Sciarrone

“Towards IoT in the eHealth:
the role of Signal Processing”

Theodosiu bw

Theodoros
Theodosiou

“High-performance buildings.
Elevating the design from minimum
requirements to optimum targets.”
Slice 24

Josef 
Maroušek 

“Anthropogenic emissions alter
arable land”
158253020813585958

May
El Barachi

“Combining AI, IoT, and Blockchain
to build future smart systems​”
Slice 39

Branko
Klarin

“The drone air-path development”

 

Special Session: Smart Distributed Electrical Network: Opportunities and Challenges for Integration of Renewable Energy Systems

A future ‘Smart Distributed Electrical Energy Network’ will serve as a dynamic network for multi-directional energy flows, linking widely distributed small capacity intermittent renewable energy systems at consumer level (distribution network) and centralized higher-capacity power generators, facilitating active participation of customer choice for demand side management, energy production / storage, and providing real-time information on the performance and optimal operation of the smart electrical energy network.

SpliTech is gathering scientists, engineers, researchers and students to discuss new applications, design problems, ideas, solutions, research and development results, experiences and work-in-progress activities in this important technological area:

Started as an IoT Workshop within the SpliTech Conference, the huge growth in the Internet of Things and Smart City applications and hardware has inevitably led to the growth of companies that support its development. IoT Day is a full-day event with free lessons, tutorials and exhibition space.

IoT Symposium

Discussing recent academic advances in the area of the Internet of Things and Embedded systems interesting for both academia and industry.

Special Session: Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning

Today interconnected objects are everywhere, they are a formidable source of data and their processing allow to boost smart and interacting environment capabilities. To this aim, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) play an important role in accomplishing this achievement.

RFID Workshop

RFID is one of the technologies mostly enabling the IoT, supporting plenty of multidisciplinary applications and attracting a rapid growing number of professionals. Related special sessions are as follows:

Special Session: Energy harvesting for RFID and IoT

This special session focuses on advances for achieving high efficiency and outstanding performances with both circuit and system designs.

Special Session: Smart and Sensing RFID Tags

Topics covered in this special session include integration of sensors with RFID tags, smart and programmable RFID tags and platforms, as well as their applications for energy, health, transportation, industry, and other areas of daily life.

Special Session: Advances in RFID technologies for IoT Applications

Authors are invited to submit recent advances in antennas for RFID applications, including new configurations of tag antennas and reader antennas (both linear, dual and circular polarization), particularly suitable for IoT systems (such as platform tolerant RFID Tags, wearable, epidermal, or implantable tags, and so on).

Special Session: RFID for Biomedical or Sensorial Application

Radio frequency identification (RFID) systems give a wide variety of innovative sensorial and healthcare applications. The Special session focuses on the use of RFID systems and apparatus for general purpose sensorial or dedicated biomedical applications.
 

Special Session: RFID and wireless power communication for IoT networking

This special session is focusing on presenting new ideas and techniques that enable this type of networks by exploring foundational aspects related to the interaction of these devices and to the creation of new applications supported by such networks.
 

Special session: Emerging RFID Antennas and Backscattering
Systems

The aim of this Special Session is to bring together experts all over the world and stimulate a discussion around this topical scientific challenge.

Special session: Electromagnetics for RFID

This Session is focused on new challenges related to electromagnetism, such as novel design for both reader and tag antennas, RFID antenna miniaturization techniques, Ultra-Wideband and High-Frequency RFID, mm-wave and THz identification and sensing, chipless RFID and wireless metamaterial sensors, signal propagation models for RFID-based positioning and localization systems, navigation solutions based on RFID technology.

Special poster session: Research projects leveraging on RFID and/or other technologies enabling the IoT

This special session intends to collect the multidisciplinary contributions of the different research groups involved in funded research projects in which RFID and/or other technologies enabling the internet of things are adopted.​

 

Special Session on Aerotech and Aerospace Applications for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

is focusing on wide aspects and applications of primarily UAS technology and its applications in various industrial and scientific use.

Smart and efficient cooling techniques for photovoltaic technologies 

organizer: Sandro Nižetić, University of Split, Croatia

International workshop is focused on the recent advancements in the field of the smart and efficient cooling techniques for photovoltaics as part of the ongoing research project funded by Croatian Science Foundation. Different important topics would be discussed and that are related to the smart cooling systems of the silicon-based photovoltaics with main emphasis on techno-economic, environmental and modelling aspects. Several internationally recognized researchers and project collaborators will present and discuss specific topics linked with ongoing research on the project (Smart and hybrid cooling techniques for siliceous photovoltaic panels-IP-01-2018-2814.)

 

 

Coordinate free implementation of meshless methods 

organizer: Gregor Kosec, Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia

Stochastic electromagnetics: Assessing Computational Uncertainty
for EMC applications

organizer: Sébastien Lalléchère, Clermont Auvergne University, France

Interaction of Humans with Electromagnetic Fields

organizers: Dragan Poljak, University of Split, Croatia
Mario Cvetković, University of Split, Croatia

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250

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