5th International Conference on Humanoid, Nanotechnology, Information Technology, Communication and Control, Environment, and Management 2011

HNICEM

Announcement and Call for Papers
09-13 March 2011
Traders Hotel, Manila, Philippines


Major Sponsors

  • De La Salle University,
  • Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Council for Advanced Science Technology Research and Development (DOST-PCASTRD),
  • Commission on Higher Education (CHED),
  • Neuronemech,
  • Mechatronics and Robotics Society of the Philippines (MRSP),
  • Federation of International Robot Soccer Association (FIRA),
  • International Robot Olympiad Committee (IROC)

Technical Sponsor

  • IEEE - Philippines Section

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Scope and Topics

The theme of the conference is Integrating New Technologies for Environment and Humanity. The program committee solicits high quality papers containing original contributions in all areas of theory and applications of robotics, mechatronics, automation, nanotechnology, information technology, communication & controls, environment and management, including but not limited to:

  • circuits and systems
  • computing architectures and systems
  • signal processing
  • power and energy
  • biomedical engineering
  • human-friendly welfare robots,
  • industrial robots,
  • biomedical robots,
  • agricultural robots,
  • environmental robots,
  • educational and entertaining robots
  • intelligent control architectures and methods
  • knowledge based and learning control systems
  • path planning systems
  • reactive multi-agent systems
  • machine learning
  • pattern discovery
  • distributed or decentralized control methods
  • intelligent sensors and fusion
  • control actuators
  • building automation
  • artificial intelligence
  • natural language processing
  • neural networks
  • fuzzy logic
  • neuro-fuzzy approaches
  • genetic algorithms and evolutionary computing
  • process optimization and techniques
  • wireless communication
  • image and video processing
  • machine vision
  • digital signal processing
  • intelligent data mining
  • analysis,
  • modeling and systems
  • networking
  • client/server systems
  • decision support systems
  • information management
  • web development
  • ICT for engineering education.


Manufacturing and Management of Technology:

  • R&D management
  • product and process innovation
  • technology transfer
  • technology forecasting
  • concurrent engineering
  • ergonomics
  • rapid prototyping
  • CAD/CAM
  • CIM
  • precision micro-machining
  • nano-manufacturing
  • Advanced mechatronics devices
  • Mechatronics sensing
  • Actuators and controls
  • MEMS & NEMS
  • Production system
  • Bioinformatics and Bioengineering.

Energy and Environment:

  • environmental systems management
  • renewable sources of energy
  • non-renewable energy sources
  • solid waste management
  • life cycle assessment/material flow analysis
  • industrial ecology
  • cleaner production
  • environmental informatics


Regular Paper Submission

Authors should electronically submit full paper in MS WORD document, 6-8 pages (IEEE format - two columns font 10 including pictures and diagrams), to EMAIL: hnicem@dlsu.edu.ph. The first page of the paper must contain the title, names and affiliations of the authors, email address, and four keywords/phrases. Please identify the corresponding author giving full contact information including email address.

Invited Sessions

The Program Committee also solicits proposals for invited sessions within the technical scope of the conference. Each proposal for an invited session should describe the theme and scope of the proposed session and how the papers form a cohesive set that complement the session topic. One session typically contains eight (8) papers. The proposal must contain the title and theme of the session and a list of paper titles, names and email addresses of the corresponding authors. Session proposals must be submitted to hnicem@dlsu.edu.ph . Invited sessions are addressed to either Prof. Elmer P. Dadios, Prof. Alvin Culaba, or Prof. Marcelo Ang.

Workshops and Tutorials

The Program Committee is also soliciting proposals for workshops and tutorial related to the theme of the conference. Person interested in organizing a pre-conference workshop or tutorial should contact the Workshop and Tutorial Chair: Dr. Edwin J. Calilung


Proceedings and CD-ROM

All papers submitted in the conference will undergo rigid peer review process. Only papers that will pass the review process will be accepted and published in the conference proceedings and book of abstracts. Electronic copy of the proceedings in CD will be provided at the conference. A hard copy will be available at an additional charge, and will be mailed after the conference to those who will request for it.

Important Dates

  • December 31, 2010 - Deadline for submission of full paper
  • January 15, 2011 - Notification of acceptance
  • January 30, 2011 - Deadline for submission of final paper (camera ready format)
  • February 10, 2011 - Deadline for early bird registration (10% discount)

Conference Fees


Conference Fees Includes: Lunch, Snacks, Banquet, CD Proceedings and Kits)
Foreign Participant (including tours/beach swimming, jungle trekking, etc.):
> Professional US$ 500.00
>Student US$ 400.00
Local Participant US$ 200.00
Active IEEE Members can avail 10% discount

Note: Group tours to Boracay and Cebu are available for additional fees.

International Scientific Committee
Committee Member School, Country
  • Prof. Kyoung-Kwan AHN
  • University. of Ulsan, Korea
  • Dr. Arnold C. Alguno
  • Tohoku University, Japan
  • Dr. Zaiki Awang
  • UT MARA, Malaysia
  • Dr. Rajeev Bali
  • Coventry University, U.K.
  • Dr. Hangbae Chang
  • Korea
  • Dr. Caslon L. Chua
  • De La Salle University, Phil.
  • Dr. Alvin Y. Chua
  • De La Salle University, Phil.
  • Dr. Reynaldo Ebora
  • Department of Science and Technology, Phil.
  • Dr. K.C. Fan
  • National Taiwan University, Taiwan
  • Prof. Monique Frize
  • Carleton University, Canada
  • Dr Pag-asa D. Gaspillo
  • De La Salle University, Phil.
  • Dr. Normah Mohd Ghazali
  • University Technolgy Malaysia
  • Dr. Rowena Guevara
  • University of the Philippines, Diliman, Phil.
  • Prof. Keum-Shik Hong
  • Seoul National University, Korea
  • Dr. Ray Yueh-Min Huang
  • National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, ROC
  • Dr. Christopher James
  • University of Southamton, UK.
  • Dr. Chang-Hyun Jo
  • California State University, Fullerton (CSUF), USA
  • Dr. Jayantha Katupitiya
  • University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia
  • Prof. Kyoung-Chul Koh
  • Sun Moon University, Korea
  • Prof. Kyoung-Chul Koh
  • Sun Moon University, Korea
  • Dr. Deok Gyu Lee
  • Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea
  • Dr. Suk Lee
  • Pusan National University (PNU), Korea
  • Prof. Steven Liang
  • USA
  • Dr. Elmer Maravillas
  • Cebu Institute of Technology, Phil.
  • Dr. Joel Marciano
  • University of the Philippines, Diliman, Phil.
  • Dr. Julius B. Maridable
  • De La Salle University, Phil.
  • Dr. Eduardo Mendoza
  • Germany
  • Dr. Oh Min
  • Hanbat National University, Korea
  • Dr. Jackie Ming Lang Tseng-
  • Ming Dao University, Taiwan
  • Dr. Prospero Naval
  • University of the Philippines, Diliman, Phil.
  • Prof. Masayuki Numao
  • Osaka University, Japan
  • Prof. Nasrudin Abdul Rahim
  • University of Malaya, Malaysia
  • Prof. Jong-Kuk Rhim
  • Korea
  • Prof. Christian Roux
  • ENST, France
  • Dr. Rachel Edita O. Roxas
  • De La Salle University, Phil.
  • Dr. Ibrahim Sadek
  • American University of Sharjah, UAE
  • Dr. Florante R. Salvador
  • De La Salle University, Phil.
  • Dr. David Sanders
  • Portsmouth University
  • Dr. Luis Sison
  • University of the Philippines, Diliman, Phil.
  • Prof. Zahari Taha
  • University of Malaya, Malaysia
  • Dr. Iljoong Youn
  • Gyeongsang National University (GNU), Korea

    About Manila

    The capital of the Philippines - its heart and soul - is Manila. Metropolitan Manila is where the country's most prestigious business addresses and the trendiest leisure establishments are found. By day, it hums with the bustle of commerce and, by night, throbs with the excitement of varied, world class entertainment. Catch a glimpse of the many wonders we offer you as you visit our 7,107 islands and golf course landscaping.

    The following places are one of our best world attractions:

    Anawangin: Anawangin

    Anawangin is an island cove in the town of San Antonio, Zambales. It is a beach with off-white sand and evergreen forest covering the shoreline, with breathtaking mountains and cliffs bounding the ocean waiting to be explored. Anawangin is an island with no electricity. No modern amenities except artesian wells and basic comfort rooms. No hotel, no convenience store, no cell phone signal and, definitely, no internet.

    Anawangin TentsAnawangin is a paradise for people who love nature and adventure: This is the place for swimming and snorkeling blue water that is full of marine life; relaxing out by the beach in a hammock; drinking and singing with friends around a campfire, stargazing and sleeping all night by just lying on the beach sand or inside a tent, climbing cliffs and mountains waiting for the sunset. With its evergreen forest, gentle stream, breath-taking views and off-white sand, Anawangin is a hidden paradise and a virgin resort near Manila.

    Related Info: Philstar Article on Anawangin

    Cebu:

    Cebu is where the Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan planted the Cross of Christianity in the name of Spain in 1521. It is long established as a dive center and as a haven for souvenir shopping.Boracay

    Boracay:

    Boracay, with its white, talcum-fine beach and warm, crystalline waters, Boracay is touted to be the finest beach in Asia and one of the best in the world. This palm-studded tropical eden lure many to a lotus existence.

    Boracay Picture: http://wikitravel.org/en/Boracay