IEEE EUROCON 2017, 6 - 8 July 2017, Ohrid, Macedonia

Plenary Speakers


5G as an Enabler of New Energy, Transport, Production and other Verticals
Professor Petar Popovski, IEEE Fellow
Wireless Communications
Department of Electronic Systems
Aalborg University, Denmark



Nanotechnology Enabled Pathways for Energy Conversion
Professor Stephen Goodnick, IEEE Fellow

Department of Electrical Engineering
Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering  
Arizona State University, USA


Prof. dr. Rafael Mihalič

What does European Energy Turnover (Energiewende) Mean for Small countries
Professor Rafael Mihalič

Department of Power Systems and Devices Head
Laboratory of electric power and supply chief
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia


5G Mobile Networks: Implications for Operators, Verticals and End Users
Professor Eckhard Grass

Leader of Joint-Lab wireless broadband communication systems (IHP - HUB)
IHP - Leibniz-Institut für innovative Mikroelektronik
and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany


Data Science profession and education 
Professor Yuri Demchenko,
System and Network Engineering Research Group
University of Amsterdam, Netherlands


 Josep Guerrero

Does DC Distribution Make Sense? 
Professor Josep M. Guerrero
Department of Energy Technology, Faculty of Engineering and Science
Aalborg University, Denmark


 Andrej Vckovski

Software Digital Waste Disposal 
Dr. Andrej Vckovski
President of the Swiss Internet Industry Association,
CEO and co-founder of  Netcetera,  Zürich, Switzerland

Outline: Current organizations in business and public administration are in a long-lasting process of digital transormation. New opportunities one the one side, a call for more efficiency and efficacy on the other side create an increasing demand for information systems in general. Every new system, however, generates additional system complexity if its operation does not dispose of legacy at the same time. Fields are not green anymore in most cases and therefore, the digital landscape of an organization already covered with many known and unknown elements of technology. This talk addresses awareness and strategy to cope with the increasing complexity within a system of systems based on practical examples of large-scale enterprise endeavours.




  • Intelligent Vehicles