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Research and innovation are the keys for a structural change towards a more sustainable economy able to create new job opportunities, as well as to fuel productivity and growth. Countries investing in research and innovation are more resilient to the economic crisis, react promptly to the great societal challenges of our time, and perform better in the strong global competition that continuously shapes economies and societies.

Grounded on these evidences, the core purpose of this forum is to foster technological innovation and excellence in the fields of electrical, electronic and information science and engineering, to promote the transition towards a vibrant innovation-based society.  Specifically, the main purposes of the event are:

-    to promote and to strengthen partnerships and cooperation between academia and industry;

-    to increase the public's understanding and awareness of how engineering and technology can positively affect people quality of life;

-    to promote discussion between research community and government bodies about effective and successful research policies;

-    to disseminate recent advancements, discoveries and novel applications;

-    to discuss ideas and to promote cooperation between researchers working in different research areas.

The technical program of this flagship event includes panels, technical sessions, tutorials, and industrial exhibitions. Panels are a fundamental feature of RTSI 2015. They are expected to bring together leading representatives from politics, industry and academia for an interactive discussion about strategic issues.  Specifically, the theme of RTSI 2015 leveraging a better tomorrow is focused on how technological innovation can positively affect society.

Probable topics of panels for this edition are: smart energy systems, smart building, and smart mobility. In tutorials, experts present challenging or emerging topics to young researchers or to the wide public.

To propose a tutorial please contact the tutorial chair danproto@unina.it

Exhibitions encompass innovative world-class hardware and/or software products, with a significant potential social impact. To propose an exhibition please contact the exhibition chair paolo.pegoraro@diee.unica.it

Download the Call for exhibitions RTSI 2015

The technical sessions focus on challenging and emerging issues in the areas of electrical, electronic and information science and engineering, and cover both theoretical aspects and practical applications.  Potential research topics and application areas include, but are not limited to:

Research topics

Advanced power systems

Antenna & microwaves

Big data and open data

Biomechanics and biorobotics

Control systems

Communication and networking

Computational electromagnetics

Electronic devices and systems

Electromagnetic compatibility

Ethic issues in research and technology

Intelligent systems & knowledge discovery

Knowledge discovery and management

Instrumentation and measurement

Magnetic and electric materials



Power electronics

Power quality

Electric Machine and Drives

Renewable and energy storage


Sensors and instrumentation

Signal and image processing

Real-time and embedded systems

Security and safety

Smart energy systems

Software technologies 


Application areas

Automotive and transportations

Cyber-physical systems and critical infrastructures

Engineering education

Environmental and structural monitoring

Healthcare Information Systems

Human machine interfaces

Internet of things

Systems and infrastructures for smart cities

The following Technical Sessions have been approved:

  • Advances in magnetics: applications, characterization, modeling
  • Big Data for Enterprise, Government, Healthcare and Environment - Innovative solutions and emerging applications
  • From bioengineering research to healthcare applications: novel methods and technologies
  • High Availability electrical components and systems: fault-tolerant design and operation; failure detection and diagnosis
  • Human-centered robotics: rethinking the interaction between men and machines
  • IoT-based solutions for Smart Societies
  • LED for lighting: what is new in the year of light
  • Measurements, Traceability and Quality Assurance for Industry and Civil Society
  • Millimeter-waves Communications
  • Remote Sensing for UAV surveillance applications
  • Security and safety of embedded and cyber physical systems 
  • SmartGrids and microgrids: enabling technologies for a more efficient and more resilient electrical system
  • Smart manufacturing systems for the factory of the future
  • Vehicle electrification and Smart connection with infrastructure

           RTSI 2015 - Torino, Itay.