PRELIMINARY CALL FOR PAPERS
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 email@example.com
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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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:
The following Technical Sessions have been approved:
RTSI 2015 - Torino, Itay.