Proceedings of the 2015 AASRI International Conference on Circuits and Systems

We are glad to announce that the 2015 International Conference on Circuits and Systems (CAS 2015) will be held on August 9-10, 2015, Paris, France.

The research area of the Circuits and Systems covers the theory and applications of Circuits and Systems. There exists and will be many difficulties and challenges in the way of the development of Circuits and Systems. It should be developed well to advance the technologies and better serve the humans. Thus the study and research of this field is of great significance. And here CAS 2015 provides a chance for academic and industry professionals and researchers as well as practitioners to discuss the recent progress and situations in the area of Circuits and Systems. The attendees from different countries will have an opportunity to communicate face-to-face due to the holding of the conference. They can share ideas, discuss the problems and solutions relating to the multifaceted aspects of Circuits and Systems without distance. Professor Gerald Schaefer, from the Department of Computer Science, Loughborough University, U.K. has been invited as the keynote speaker of the conference.

CAS 2015 covers the following areas, but is not limited to these areas: Algorithms for Computing, Machine Learning and Soft-Computing, Computer Vision and Biometrics, Optical Networks, Mobile Computing, Sensor Networks, Adhoc and Peer-2-Peer Networks, Evolutionary Computing and Bio-Inspired Models, Signal, Image and Video Processing, Network Security, Signal Processing, Instruments and Measurements, Power Electronics and Devices, Biomedical Instruments, Control Systems, Electrical Machinery, High Voltage and Insulation Technology, Transducers and Sensors, Microwave, Controller Design, Power Systems, Analog and Mixed Signals Circuits, Signals Processing, MEMS/NEMS, Communication and RF Circuits and Systems etc. There are many other topics involved, but here we can not list all of them.

CAS 2015 has received more than 260 papers from all over the world. Based on the review reports, 91 papers are accepted to be presented at CAS 2015 by the chairs at last. The papers to be published have been peer reviewed by the external reviewers, the reviewers from the scientific committee and other experts in the field. Each paper was reviewed by at least two reviewers. The reviewers of the papers, those by tradition would remain anonymous, have been very helpful in efficiently reviewing the manuscripts, as well as providing valuable comments within the time allotted to them. The editors express their sincere and grateful thanks to all reviewers.

Finally, we extend our sincere thanks to the sponsors, organizing and supporting committees of the conference; sincere thanks to the reviewers, editors and all staffs who work hard in the various stages of the whole preparation process. Here we wish CAS 2015 a great success!

The Editors

Ehab E. Elattar, Taif University, Saudi Arabia
Sang-Bing Tsai, University of Electronic Science and Technology, China