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Darius Andriukaitis
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

Alexander Argyros
The University of Sydney, Australia

Radu Arsinte
Technical University of Cluj Napoca, Romania

Ivan Baronak
Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia

Khosrow Behbehani
The University of Texas at Arlington, United States

Mohamed El Hachemi Benbouzid
University of Brest, France

Dalibor Biolek
University of Defence, Czech Republic

Klara Capova
University of Zilina, Slovakia

Ray-Guang Cheng
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, Province of China

Erik Chromy
UPC Broadband Slovakia, Slovakia

Milan Dado
University of Zilina, Slovakia

Petr Drexler
Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

Eva Gescheidtova
Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

Gokhan Hakki Ilk
Ankara University, Turkey

Janusz Jezewski
Institute of Medical Technology and Equipment, Poland

Rene Kalus
VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

Ivan Kasik
Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic

Jan Kohout
University of Defence, Czech Republic

Ondrej Krejcar
University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic

Zbigniew Leonowicz
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland

Miroslaw Luft
Technical University of Radom, Poland

Stanislav Marchevsky
Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia

Jerzy Mikulski
University of Economics in Katowice, Katowice, Poland

Karol Molnar
Honeywell International, Czech Republic

Miloslav Ohlidal
Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

Neeta Pandey
Delhi Technological University, India

Alex Noel Joseph Raj
Shantou University, China

Marek Penhaker
VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

Wasiu Oyewole Popoola
The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Roman Prokop
Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czech Republic

Karol Rastocny
University of Zilina, Slovakia

Marie Richterova
University of Defence, Czech Republic

Gheorghe Sebestyen-Pal
Technical University of Cluj Napoca, Romania

Sergey Vladimirovich Serebriannikov
National Research University "MPEI", Russian Federation

Yuriy Shmaliy
Guanajuato University, Mexico

Vladimir Schejbal
University of Pardubice, Czech Republic

Bohumil Skala
University of West Bohemia in Plzen, Czech Republic

Lorand Szabo
Technical University of Cluj Napoca, Romania

Adam Szelag
Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Ahmadreza Tabesh
Isfahan University of Technology, Iran, Islamic Republic Of

Mauro Tropea
DIMES Department of University of Calabria, Italy

Viktor Valouch
Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic

Jiri Vodrazka
Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic

Miroslav Voznak
VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

He Wen
Hunan University, China

Otakar Wilfert
Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

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Vol 14, No 3 (2016): September

Foreword about Professor Vladimir Schejbal, a member of the International Scientific Editorial Board of "Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering" journal and the Professor at University of Pardubice, Jan Perner Transport Faculty, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Signaling in Transport:

"An exponential growth of production (2.5x1020 transistors produced in 2014) and extensive decrease of cost, dimensions and power consumption allow completely new approaches to development of very complicated prototypes of military radars as well as mass production of various very cheap car radars. That means not only to design simple components but to develop subsystems from the whole system point of view considering reasonable operation and complex circumstances. It is necessary to analyze electromagnetic and circuit devices using numerical simulations, novel measurement equipment and methods, innovative materials such as metamaterials, nanotechnology, antenna patterns, hybrid and digital beamforming, digital signal processing and latest possibilities of hardware and software."


Vol 14, No 2 (2016): June

Foreword about Professor Adam Szelag, a member of the International Scientific Editorial Board of "Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering" journal and the Professor at Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Electric Traction Division:

"The strategic role of electric traction in the countries that do not have their own resources of liquid fuels stems from electric transport capability of providing means necessary for economy, even in the absence of liquid fuel supply (electricity can be generated from other sources, including renewable ones). Hence, it is extremely important to expand properly the existing electric transport networks and develop new ones in the areas, where it can compete effectively with other transport means, i.e. in the cities and on high speed rail lines. One should not forget how important it is to employ state-of-the-art technologies and solutions posing a major challenge for development of science, innovation, but also for the environmental aspects of transport, which on the other hand enables utilisation of EU funds in expansion of electric traction."


Vol 14, No 1 (2016): March

Foreword about Professor Jerzy Mikulski, a member of the International Scientific Editorial Board of „Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering” journal and at the same time the President of the Polish Association of Transport Telematics and also a staff member of the Transport Department, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland:

"Dear Readers, I have been cooperating with the journal "Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering" for years, and it all started due to my long-standing contacts with Czech and Slovak universities. All the time the magazine "holds" high academic standards and I read articles published there always with a great interest. In conclusion, I congratulate the editors and I encourage anyone interested in publishing their research results to submit them to the magazine."



Vol 13, No 5 (2015): December

Foreword about Gheorghe Sebestyen-Pal, professor at the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (TUCN), vice-dean of the Faculty of Automation and Computers, Romania:

"As part of the predictability and dependability problem a challenging sub-domain is that of real-time computing. The goal is to develop real-time scheduling strategies and algorithms, which can guarantee that all the tasks of a complex application will finish their execution before their imposed deadlines. Software parts must synchronize with mechanical or electrical parts and computing tasks must be correlated with communication protocols in order to fulfill some global real-time restrictions. "


Vol 13, No 4 (2015): Special Issue

Knowledge in Telecommunication Technologies and Optics 2015

Foreword about Floriano De Rango, Assistant Professor, member of Department of Informatics, Modeling, Electronic and Systems (DIMES), University of Calabria, Italy:

" In the edition of 2015 I gave a talk on Scalable Strategies to adopt in the design of MAC layer, routing protocols or localization techniques applied in distributed wireless systems such as Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANET) and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN). Scalability is becoming a crucial point in the protocol design, especially if we think of the new generation of smart objects and smart machines that will interact with them (M2M) or with humans. The Internet of Things area will establish the new ways to design network protocols and to offer increase in scalability in terms of traffic, nodes, and mobility."


Vol 13, No 3 (2015): September

Foreword about Lorand Szabo, member of the Department of Electrical Machines and Drives at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Cluj, Romania:

"Dear Readers, My first contact with Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering was in 2004 after my earliest participation in the ELEKTRO Conference organised in High Tatras. This was an excellent opportunity for me to get in a first contact with several researchers from the Czech Republic and Slovak Republic. Our three papers presented at the Conference were published in Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. At that time I was surprised about the excellent quality both of the papers and the printed journal. For several years these papers were the flagships of my publication list and I became a fan of the journal. Therefore it was a special honour for me that I was selected to be Member of the Editorial Board among several well-known researchers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering."


Vol 13, No 2 (2015): June

Foreword about Miroslaw Luft, Head of the Department of Automatic Control and Measurement Engineering at the Faculty of Transport and Electrical Engineering, Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Poland:

"I will continue research work in the field of automation: extend applicability of the on-line correction algorithms to vibration measurements; on-line automatic measurements and diagnostics of railway transport means and traffic safety in transport systems."


Vol 13, No 1 (2015): March

Foreword about Professor Yuriy S. Shmaliy, IEEE Fellow, Head of Electronics Engineering Department, Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico:

"One of the most interesting applications for UFIR filtering is networking and localization. Here, the target (vehicle, robot, ship, aircraft, etc.) noise is often not precisely known and the surrounding implies uncertainties both in the behavior and in the measurement. Under such conditions, the Kalman filter often produces unacceptable errors. Thus, better robustness of the iterative UFIR estimator ignoring noise may be crucial to achieve highest accuracy and precision."



Vol 12, No 6 (2014): Special Issue

Foreword about Ivan Glesk, Professor, member of the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom:

"We are fortunate to be an integral part of the very exciting period in the human history. The world we live in is changing in front of our eyes so quickly and so dramatically that it seems we often have a hard time not to only follow these changes but often to even notice them. Only few years ago words like cloud computing, petaflop computer, silicon photonics or exabytes of data were not needed to be part of the young generation vocabulary. However with more such changes coming we need to be proactive to succeed. All, the researchers, the educators and the society as the whole must be willing and be ready to invest through the highest quality education and forward looking research whatever it is necessary to unlock the secrets to secure technological innovations we will needed so the future will bring even more excitements than we are enjoying right now."


Vol 12, No 5 (2014): December

Foreword about Sergey Vladimirovich Serebriannikov, member of the Department of Physics and Technology of Electrotechnical Materials and Components, National Research University, Russian Federation:

"In recent years the laboratory of our department was replenished with devices and apparatuses, which allowed performing research not only in the Russian standards, but also in the European standards, recommendations of IEC and ASTM. The most interesting areas of modern works are studying of opportunities to increase working temperatures of insulation of electrical machines, especially generators and traction engines. For this purpose various compositions are made and it is necessary to study processes of heat transfer in these compositions."


Vol 12, No 4 (2014): Special Issue

Knowledge in Telecommunication Technologies and Optics 2014

Foreword about Victor Rangel-Licea, Professor, member of the Department of Telecommunications, Faculty of Engineering, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM):

"As it is showed in my latest book on the field of Broadband Wireless Access networks based on LTE and LTE-Advanced, the major challenges are towards improvements at lower layers. Specifically, numerous changes in the PHY layer and the RRC/RLC/MAC sub layers can be expected to support larger data rates with more flexible allocations, using further antenna technologies, coordinated base stations, enhanced scheduling algorithms, interference management, relays, 8x8 MIMO technology and the latest but not least, massive MIMO."


Vol 12, No 3 (2014): September

Foreword about Marie Richterova, member of the Department of Communication and Information Systems,University of Defence, Czech Republic:

"The transmission modulated signals by the radio channel brings many important problems. Methods and techniques of the modulation recognition allow effective monitoring of radio equipments to detect possible interference from other radio sources. The modulation recognition increases the reliability of communication systems to ensure the electromagnetic compatibility of radio communications."


Vol 12, No 2 (2014): June

Foreword about Radek Kucera, head of the Department of Mathematics and Descriptive Geometry, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic:

"The mathematical modelling including numerical methods of linear algebra and optimization is an attractive scientific field from the point of view of engineering applications. Many important industry problems, problems in biology, chemistry, medicine, economy or ecology can be effectively modelled and solved numerically. Another impulse for research in this area is the emergence of new computer architectures and growth of capabilities of computers itself. These two aspects – practical problems and new computational tools – guaranty necessity to develop new mathematical models and numerical methods in the future."


Vol 12, No 1 (2014): March

Foreword about Eva Gescheidtova, Professor, Department of Theoretical and Experimental Electrical Engineering, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic:

"Two major trends can be identified in NMR-based imaging techniques; the first of these approaches leads towards further development of NMR devices and comprises a continuous increase of their structural quality, mainly within the generation and measurement of magnetic field. The time characteristics of magnetic field gradients are measured with various MR methods, and all the techniques have been used to precisely set the pre-emphasis compensation in MR tomography systems. Another significant factor in the above-outlined overall quality improvement is the effort to achieve and maintain a high homogeneity of the basic magnetic field and to eliminate the influence of the susceptibility of materials located within the operating area of the device."



Vol 11, No 6 (2013): December

Foreword about Dr. Anirban Dhar, Scientist of Fiber Optics & Photonics Division, CSIR-Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute, Kolkata, India:

"In my opinion, focus of present telecommunication research is towards the development of multi-mode specialty fibers targeting the fears of future “capacity-crunch” by implementing the principle of Mode Division Multiplexing (MDM). Already some remarkable progress has been achieved in this field by different groups through precise waveguide design and fabrication of few mode fibers but further improvements are inevitable to achieve ambitious target of enhancing internet speed by 100X. On the other hand, in terms of high power Yb-doped laser fiber which has already achieved multi-kilowatt power level, further power enhancement requires continuous research involvement to avoid “photodarkening” phenomena that result increased attenuation in the doped core of the fibre when pumped at Yb-bands (915–976 nm) or even in the visible wavelength."


Vol 11, No 5 (2013): Special Issue

Knowledge in Telecommunication Technologies and Optics 2013

Foreword about Ray-Guang Cheng, Professor, Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology:

"I was lucky to involve in projects for deploying GSM networks in Taiwan, designing GPRS and UMTS air interface protocols, and participating in 3GPP and IEEE standard meetings. The combination of theory and practice in the form of product-driven projects has always brought us new challenges forced us to expand our knowledge, and taught us to think from the whole system point of view. The next generation mobile communication systems are expected to utilize single and unified air-Interface to offer high-speed data transmission for massive connectivity."


Vol 11, No 4 (2013): September

Foreword about Jan Kohout, head of the Department of Mathematics and Physics and the vice-dean for research at the Faculty of Military Technology, University of Defence in Brno:

"All the research and development was concentrated to obtain better and better materials and to design the devices with higher power, efficiency, lifetime, reliability and with lower mass, price, operating and maintenance costs. Deep study between structure and properties led to hi-tech and advanced materials with not only improved properties, but with properties made to measure. Further development including nanotechnology leads to materials with unforeseen properties as well as with fully new fields of applications, last but not least in microelectronics."


Vol 11, No 3 (2013): June

Foreword about Vaclav Snasel, dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, VSB–Technical University of Ostrava:

"Jaroslav Heyrovsky lived by Michael Faraday (1791-1867) motto 'Work, finish, and publish'. I think Farraday’s motto is still live. The current progress of science would not be possible without scientific journals, which play a key role in reporting new research findings."


Vol 11, No 2 (2013): Special Issue

Elektro 2012

Foreword about Milan Dado, dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Zilina, Slovakia:

"A very good way how to do it - is to play an adequate role in the international research and education projects. Promising frame for it is prepared framework in new European programs, mainly in HORIZON 2020. Very important is also the Erasmus programme as support of mobility of students and teachers too."


Vol 11, No 1 (2013): March

Foreword about Alexander Argyros, Senior Research Fellow, University of Sydney, Australia:

"The terahertz waveguide projects aim to address the practicality of using waveguides and this frequency range for practical applications, most importantly in security and medical sensing. The focus is on transferring knowledge developed in the context of microstructured fibres, to the space of THz radiation in a sensible way. Conveniently, polymers are a good material for such investigations and show the promise of low loss. Importantly, these may complement other work on metallic waveguides by offering features such as flexibility."



Vol 10, No 5 (2012): December

Foreword about Peppino Fazio, Research Fellow, DIMES Department of University of Calabria, Italy:

"Again, social networking is pervasively affecting telecommunication systems and new research activities can be based on complex networks theory in order to discover and investigate different features and new key issues."


Vol 10, No 4 (2012): Special Issue

Knowledge in Telecommunication Technologies and Optics 2012

Foreword about Mikolaj Leszczuk, Assistant Professor, Department of Telecommunications, AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland:

"Efforts to develop storage and transmission techniques are showing the great potential of digital platforms in accessing video surveillance recordings. Video compression and transmission, however, cause the majority of common problems during the construction and use of these platforms. Video surveillance require a new dimension in quality requirements, as lossy compression techniques for video resources must be both efficient and reliable from the viewpoint of public safety. Video service characterized by blurred images may result in serious consequences for a police officer."


Vol 10, No 3 (2012): September

Foreword about Jan Zidek, Vice-dean of Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava:

"The most interesting application area from my point of view is the measurement and signal analysis in state of the art communication systems. Today's mobile communication systems of 3-rd and 4-th generations are quite different from Graham Bell’s concept of telephone. Very sophisticated mathematical methods of signal processing are implemented in software form that can run on unified hardware platform – it is really amazing to try understanding all details of their design."


Vol 10, No 2 (2012): June

Foreword about Jiri Vodrazka, Vice-head of the Department of Telecommunication Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague:

"After few years, the development of interface for bit rate 1 Tbps will can be expected. This will make it possible to create the super speed optical transmission system 1 Pbps (Peta-bits per second) with using extra multi-channel DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplex). Of course, that while the issues of increase of transmission speed will be developed, the fully optical switching and routing will must be settling."


Vol 10, No 1 (2012): March

Foreword about Michal Kratky, Vice-dean of FEECS for Science and Research and Chair of WOFEX Ph.D. workshop:

"Database Management Systems (DBMS) have been developed in former forty years. Since data volume grows every day, we need DBMS to be able to manage this large amount of information. Therefore, the development of DBMS will continue in future. Due to large volume of information, some new needed requirements emerged: high scalability using distributed DBMS, high parallelization using SIMD, GPU and other new hardware platforms. From data model point of view, there are some new concepts like NoSQL databases, where a user utilizes a less strict view on transactions (ACID properties are not completely required). As a result, these DBMS can provide a higher performance than common ACID-based relational DBMS. As the data volume growth continues every day, we expect other challenges in the world of database management systems."


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