2020 | 6th INTERNATIONAL FORUM ON RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGIES FOR SOCIETY & INDUSTRY (RTSI)

2020-09-07
12:00 pm PM
Naples, Italy

2020 | 6th INTERNATIONAL FORUM ON RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGIES FOR SOCIETY & INDUSTRY (RTSI)

2020 September 07 – 10
Naples, Italy

The theme of RTSI 2020 is Innovation for a Smart World.

Without any question, the innovation in electrical, electronic, and information science and engineering has strongly transformed society in recent decades, and the main purpose of RTSI is to take up such a challenge and to foster excellence in technological innovation.

Call for Papers

Join RTSI in this exciting event where industry experts, researchers, and academics share ideas and experiences surrounding frontier technologies, breakthroughs and innovative solutions and applications. Read More.

RTSI includes panels, technical sessions, tutorials, special events, and exhibitions, as reported in detail in the technical program. In particular, the technical sessions are organized into three main tracks of great interest and relevance: smart energy, smart industry, and smart communities.

The IEEE Italy Section, in cooperation with the IEEE Region 8 and the IEEE Croatia, France, Israel, Switzerland, and UK&Ireland Sections, is organizing the 6th International Forum on Research and Technologies for Society and Industry, in Florence, Italy, 2020 September 07 – 10.

RTSI is a premier IEEE Italy Section forum. Its purpose 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. Read More.

TRACK 3 – Smart Communities

3.1 Smart education technologies;

3.2 Cognitive computing, Artificial Intelligence & machine learning;

3.3 Semantic Web, Big data & Analytics;

3.4 Smart living technologies;

3.5 Innovation ecosystems and social capital;

3.6 Blockchain ecosystem;

3.7 Smart services for smart people;

3.8 5G wireless networks;

3.9 Remote sensing methods and applications;

3.10 IoT and smart communications;

3.11 Power electronics and drives for sustainable transportation;

3.12 Transportation in Smart Communities.

Read More about all of the tracks.