Started like a pan-Romanian forum, the conference has grown and reached the 11th edition attracting many specialists from different countries. The aim of the conference is to provide an opportunity for academics, practitioners and researchers to debates new achievements or concepts, approaches and innovative practices within the continuously progressing world of electromechanical and power systems.


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Letter of Acquisition for the Proceedings was approved.


Alecksey ANUCHIN

Professor, Head of Electric Drives Department, Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Moscow, Russia

Improving Reliability of Traction Electric Drives: Encoderless Operation and Active Thermal Control

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Lucian TOMA

Assoc.Prof. at Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania Chair of the IEEE Romania Section

Challenges and solutions towards green and resilient power systems

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Professor at University of Lille , France Chair of the IEEE VPPC steering committee

Mircea RUBA

Lecturer at Technical University of Cluj Napoca, Romania

„Energetic Macroscopic Representation For Control Of Energy Conversion Systems

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Senior Researcher at University of Sannio, Benevento, Italy, Habil. Prof. of Electronic Measurements

”Measurements and Instrumentation for Hardware Security in IoT era: challenges and new research opportunities”

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Workshop Title: Applications based on Brain-Computer Interfaces  (e.g. mobile robot control, rehabilitation: MindBeagle)

Organizing team:


Prof. at ”GHEORGHE ASACHI” Technical University of Iasi, Romania


Lecturer at ”GHEORGHE ASACHI” Technical University of Iasi, Romania

Alina Georgiana BACIU

Lecturer at ”GHEORGHE ASACHI” Technical University of Iasi, Romania

Alexandru MITOCARU

PhD Eng. at ”GHEORGHE ASACHI” Technical University of Iasi, Romania


Brain-computer interfaces (BCI) became a very important research topic due to its novel hands-free mode of interaction with the environment. In particular, the field has seen rapid growth due to its potential for offering a new means of control for devices tailored to severely disabled and paralyzed people. Some examples include controlling: the motion of a motorized wheelchair, a semi-autonomous assistive robot, a neuroprosthesis etc..

The proposed online workshop wants to provide an inside of the requested BCI equipment for some applications as mobile robot control, rehabilitation issues (e.g. MindBeagle, RecoveriX), the setup and some experiments which are suitable to be presented online.