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A report on the holding of the thirty-second Iran Electrical Engineering Conference at the School of Electrical Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology.

 | Post date: 2024/05/15 | 
A report on the holding of the thirty-second Iran Electrical Engineering Conference at the School of Electrical Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology.
The thirty-second Iran Electrical Engineering Conference at the School of Electrical Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, kicked off on May 15, 2024. Here's a rundown of the opening ceremony:
Chancellor of Amirkabir University of Technology:

The chancellor of Amirkabir University of Technology pointed out that important scientific activities and extensive research are taking place in our electrical engineering centers and faculties across the country, which could lead to scientific production. Therefore, these activities are considered fundamental for the country. Based on this, the country's officials should welcome and support such movements. If the results of these activities are utilized effectively, significant transformations are expected to occur.
Dr. Alireza Rahaei, in the opening ceremony of the thirty-second Iran Electrical Engineering Conference, described the organization of this conference as important and influential. He stated that holding such events provides a great opportunity for individuals experienced in various fields such as energy, energy management, and optimal energy consumption to share their experiences and engage in valuable scientific discussions on various achievements.
He further emphasized that organizing such conferences can provide a platform for knowledgeable and interested students to familiarize themselves with scientific experiences and findings, not only for scientific practice in event management but also to potentially become the source of such events in the future.
Dr. Rahaei highlighted that issues related to electricity, electronics, energy, microelectronics, telecommunications, mobile, and others are crucial for the country today. Furthermore, topics such as rapid advancements in artificial intelligence, discussions related to the Internet of Things, cyber-attacks, robotic services, data-related issues, and information transmission are considered significant national matters.
He expressed his belief that significant scientific activities and extensive research are currently taking place in our scientific centers and electrical engineering faculties across the country, which could lead to scientific production. Therefore, these activities are considered fundamental for the country. Based on this, the country's officials should welcome and support such movements. If the results of these activities are utilized effectively, significant transformations are expected to occur.
He also mentioned that unfortunately, there is some negligence in certain areas, such as energy, and despite claiming victory in the revolution for over 44 years, we still announce power outages in the month of Khordad to reduce electricity consumption and halt industrial production. In his view, this situation is not desirable, and measures should be taken to address why, despite witnessing good scientific progress in the country, we are not benefiting from it and providing support.
Rahaei also emphasized: We at Amirkabir University of Technology have been providing good services since the formation of the national cloud computing discussion in 2009. Fortunately, this cloud computing has been updated and continues to provide services today, including scientific assistance in telecommunications and other areas, in a way that helps untangle problems.
The chancellor  of Amirkabir University of Technology continued: In the past two months, we have faced serious issues in the transportation sector related to data storage and processing, which have largely been resolved today with the help of the Simorgh cloud computing system. Although investment in these areas should continue from the authorities.
Dr. Masoud Shafiei;
Investigating the reasons for electricity imbalance with the presence of stakeholders and industrialists at Amirkabir University of Technology.
Amirkabir University of Technology aims to host the 32nd Electrical Conference to discuss and exchange views on electricity imbalance and power outages in residential and industrial sectors with the participation of stakeholders and industry players.
According to the Public Relations of Amirkabir University of Technology, Dr. Masoud Shafiei stated at the 32nd Electrical Engineering Conference: The roundtable on electricity imbalance and its impact on digital development is one of the side programs of this conference, which will be held with the presence of stakeholders.
He expressed happiness about the presence of electricity industry leaders at this event and announced: The 33rd edition of this conference will be held next year in Isfahan's industry. The 34th edition of this event will take place at Shiraz University of Technology.
Shafiei continued: The electricity industry expects us to explain the capabilities of the university to them. For three years, the Telecommunications Syndicate, with the help of Professor Fotout and Dr. Riazi, along with Engineer Rastegar, have been accompanying us in sessions and roundtables, announcing a topic in the field of electricity imbalance.
He pointed out: Electricity imbalance indeed leads to power outages in residential and industrial areas. However, telecommunications activists believe that with interruptions in the fifth generation, all internal and external communications, digital businesses, and more will be disrupted. As the fifth-generation internet requires more bandwidth and more electricity, it has raised concerns.
Shafiei reminded: Therefore, a session is being held on this issue, along with a session on microelectronics, artificial intelligence, and roundtables.

Dr. Georg Qarapetian, Secretary of the Conference Scientific Committee:

Clarifying the details of the conference organization
Dr. Georg Qarapetian, the Secretary of the Scientific Committee of the 32nd Electrical Engineering Conference, said that the conference included 47 sessions held through the collective efforts of professors and students.
He added: We received 538 papers for this conference, which were reviewed in 10 groups, and ultimately 257 papers were accepted.
Qarapetian continued by stating that out of the 47 submitted papers, 86% were in English, indicating that the direction of this event is on the right track.
He mentioned that the highest number of accepted papers came from the University of Tehran with 38 papers, followed by Amirkabir University of Technology with 22 papers, Khaje Nasir with 10 papers, Sharif University of Technology with 17 papers, and Alameh Tabatabai University with 14 papers.
The Secretary of the Scientific Committee of the 32nd Electrical Engineering Conference described this event as a 3-day event that has started today.
During the opening ceremony of the conference, Dr. Ahad Tookoli also acknowledged the Electrical Engineering Conference as one of the oldest conferences in the country in this field and expressed hope that good exchanges between industrial and academic sectors would take place over the next 3 days.
At the end of the opening ceremony, distinguished and veteran professors in the field of electrical engineering were honored with plaques.