Devoted to the 70th anniversary of SUAI and the 50th anniversary of the Yuri Gagarin' flight

64-th International Student's Scientific Conference

18-22 April, 2011




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The 4rd International Society of Automation (ISA) student research long-distance conference

April 20, 2011, 14:00 (GMT), http://breeze.indstate.edu/isa2011/
The conference organize in the Frame of the 64 International Students Scientific Conference
of the SUAI and agreement of cooperation between ISU and SUAI.

Advisers:

  • Gerald Cockrell, Professor, ISU (USA)
  • Anatoly Ovodenko, Professor, SUAI (Russia)
  • Orazio Mirabella, Professor, CU (Italy)
  • Mario Collota, Ass. Professor, Kore U (Italy)
  • Alexander Bobovich, ISA D12 Past VP (Russia)
  • Jesus Zamarreno, professor, VU (Spain)
  • Don Frey, ISA Construction and Design Division Director (USA)

Agenda:

    NASA Russian Federation greeting.

  1. Jon F. Persinger, Ph. D., College of Technology Indiana State University (Terre Haute, Indiana, USA)
    Summary of ITIL v2 effectiveness research study
  2. John A. Sturm, Ph. D. Candidate, Indiana State University (Terre Haute, Indiana, USA)
    Security issues for smart grid networks
  3. Tirtichny Alexy, Saint-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
    Micromechanical gyroscopes: development and perspectives
  4. Bakin Eugene, Saint-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
    Collision avoidance in sensor networks with mesh topologies
  5. Giovanni Di Blasi, Selene Gallo, Department of Electrical, Electronics and Information Engineering, University of Catania (Catania, Italy)
    A MEMS based system to control objects in home automation
  6. Rosario Salvatore Barbagallo, Giuseppe Pierpaolo Buemi, Department of Electrical, Electronics and Information Engineering, University of Catania (Catania, Italy)
    A System for the analysis of health data, based on Sesame and Android
  7. Giovanni Pau, Gianfranco Scata, Real-Time Systems and Networks Laboratory, Kore University of Enna (Kore, Italy)
    WSN/RFID architecture for childrens monitoring
  8. Valerio Mario Salerno, Gianfranco Scata, Real-Time Systems and Networks Laboratory, Kore University of Enna (Kore, Italy)
    An iOS application to manage home automation

Instructions for participants:

  1. Please do not click on any functions in the presentation site. Realize when you change a function on the screen; it will make the same change to everyones screen.
  2. Do not turn on your camera or microphone until told to do so.
  3. When it is time for your presentation, the moderator (Gerald Cockrell) will inform you to activate your camera and microphone.
  4. Dr. Cockrell will activate your power point presentation.
  5. To present, activate the hand free feature on the Talk button.
  6. Speak up so that all may hear your presentation.
  7. You are responsible for moving your slides.
  8. Questions will be submitted via the Chat feature.
  9. The presenter will respond to questions via camera and microphone.
  10. When your presentation is complete, turn off camera and microphone.
  11. Enjoy!

room 52-22, SUAI, 67, Bolshaya Morskaya, Saint-Petersburg, 190000, RUSSIA
Phone: +7 (812) 494-70-58; e-mail: