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Track 1: Transportation Electrification

Track Chairs:
Mattia Ricco, University of Bologna, Italy
Vitor Monteiro, University of Minho, Portugal
Alessandro Massi Pavan, University of Trieste, Italy


S 1.1 – Battery energy management in traction application
S 1.2 – Communications for transportation systems
S 1.3 – Heavy-duty private and public transportation
S 1.4 – On-board electrification
S 1.5 – Power quality and grid integration
S 1.6 – Powertrain design and control for traction application
S 1.7 – Renewable and stationary storage integration
S 1.8 – Vehicular technology
S 1.9 – Special Session – Vehicle-to-grid (V2G), vehicle-to-building (V2B), and vehicle-to-home (V2H) technologies

Track 2: Magnetism and Spintronics

Track Chairs:
Vito Puliafito, Politecnico di Bari, Italy
Rocío Yanes Díaz, University of Salamanca, Spain


S 2.1 – Edge-computing and energy harvesting with magnetic materials
S 2.2 – Magnetic materials and components for energy applications
S 2.3 – Magnetic measurements, instrumentation and characterization methods
S 2.4 – Magnetic nanoparticles for applications (biomedicine, actuation, remediation)
S 2.5 – Magnetization dynamics
S 2.6 – Nanomagnetism
S 2.7 – Spintronics for smart technology

Track 3: Quantum Technologies, Personalized Medicine, Metaverse and Beyond: when Computer Science Exceeds the Imagination

Track Chairs:
Marco Santambrogio, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Seda Ogrenci Memik, Northwestern University, Illinois, USA


S 3.1 – Computer science
S 3.2 – eXtended Realities, Digital Twins and the Metaverse
S 3.3 – Heterogeneous high-performance computing through the looking glass
S 3.4 – Information technologies for life science
S 3.5 – Personalized medicine
S 3.6 – Post Moore’s Law emerging technologies: Quantum solutions and beyond

Track 4: Electron Devices and Solid-State Circuits

Track Chairs:
Susanna Reggiani, University of Bologna, Italy
Lluis F. Marsal, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain
Lodovico Ratti, University of Pavia, Italy


S 4.1 – Flexible electronics: from functional to green materials and devices
S 4.2 – Modeling and simulation of advanced solar cell technologies
S 4.3 – Modeling for next generation RF & microwave devices
S 4.4 – Novel computing paradigms: from von Neumann to the human brain
S 4.5 – Special Session – Smaller and smarter: new trends in radiation detectors
S 4.6 – Solid-state circuits

Track 5: Power Components and Applications

Track Chairs:
Samuele Grillo, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Nikolaos Paterakis, University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands


S 5.1 – Advanced dielectrics and functional materials
S 5.2 – Special Session – Application of clustering methods for power systems analysis
S 5.3 – Applied superconductivity
S 5.4 – Diagnostics and maintenance of electrical insulation systems
S 5.5 – Dielectrics: characterization, aging, and failure
S 5.6 – Special Session – Electrical insulation for power electronics
S 5.7 – Electrical machines, power converters and drives
S 5.8 – Energy management and energy communities
S 5.9 – Management and control of converter-dominated power systems and microgrids
S 5.10 – Power quality, reliability and resilience
S 5.11 – Renewable energy
S 5.12 – Smart grids

Track 6: Healthcare

Track Chairs:
Sergio Cerutti, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Christian George Benar, Université de la Méditerranée, France


S 6.1 – Biomedical technologies
S 6.2 – Biometrics & Digital Twins
S 6.3 – Computational intelligence in healthcare
S 6.4 – Data management in medical applications
S 6.5 – Internet of Things for smart healthcare
S 6.6 – Sensors for biomechanics
S 6.7 – Technology and digital innovations in healthcare organizations and managemental systems

Track 7: Industry 4.0

Track Chairs:
Giancarlo Fortino, University of Calabria, Italy
Laura Giarrè, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
Giuseppe D’Aniello, Università di Salerno, Italy


S 7.1 – Applications of industrial electronics
S 7.2 – Artificial intelligence in industrial automation
S 7.3 – Control systems for industrial applications
S 7.4 – Electromagnetic compatibility
S 7.5 – Human-centered cyber-physical production systems and human assistance technologies in smart factories
S 7.6 – Instrumentation and measurement
S 7.7 – Photonics
S 7.8 – Reliability
S 7.9 – Robotics and automation
S 7.10 – Systems, Man and Cybernetics

Track 8: Sensors and Signals

Track Chair:
Antonio Iodice, University of Naples “Federico II”, Italy
Jan Haase, Nordakademie University of Applied Sciences, Germany


S 8.1 – Aerospace and Electronic Systems
S 8.2 – Antennas and Propagation
S 8.3 – Fiber Optic Sensors
S 8.4 – Geoscience and Remote Sensing
S 8.5 – Information Theory
S 8.6 – Microwave and millimeter-wave circuits for telecom, satcom and remote sensing
S 8.7 – Signal Processing
S 8.8 – Smart Sensors