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Content available Advanced Photonic and Electronic Systems WILGA 2018
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WILGA annual symposium on advanced photonic and electronic systems has been organized by young scientist for young scientists since two decades. It traditionally gathers around 400 young researchers and their tutors. Ph.D students and graduates present their recent achievements during well attended oral sessions. Wilga is a very good digest of Ph.D. works carried out at technical universities in electronics and photonics, as well as information sciences throughout Poland and some neighboring countries. Publishing patronage over Wilga keep Elektronika technical journal by SEP, IJET and Proceedings of SPIE. The latter world editorial series publishes annually more than 200 papers from Wilga. Wilga 2018 was the XLII edition of this meeting. The following topical tracks were distinguished: photonics, electronics, information technologies and system research. The article is a digest of some chosen works presented during Wilga 2018 symposium. WILGA 2017 works were published in Proc. SPIE Vol.10445. WILGA 2018 works were published in Proc. SPIE vol.10808.
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Content available Advanced Photonic and Electronic Systems WILGA 2017
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WILGA annual symposium on advanced photonic and electronic systems has been organized by young scientist for young scientists since two decades. It traditionally gathers more than 350 young researchers and their tutors. Ph.D students and graduates present their recent achievements during well attended oral sessions. Wilga is a very good digest of Ph.D. works carried out at technical universities in electronics and photonics, as well as information sciences throughout Poland and some neighboring countries. Publishing patronage over Wilga keep Elektronika technical journal by SEP, IJET by PAN and Proceedings of SPIE. The latter world editorial series publishes annually more than 200 papers from Wilga. Wilga 2017 was the XL edition of this meeting. The following topical tracks were distinguished: photonics, electronics, information technologies and system research. The article is a digest of some chosen works presented during Wilga 2017 symposium. WILGA 2017 works were published in Proc. SPIE vol.10445.
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Content available Advanced photonic and electronic systems WILGA 2016
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Young Researchers Symposium WILGA on Photonics Applications and Web Engineering has been organized since 1998, two times a year. Subject area of the Wilga Symposium are advanced photonic and electronic systems in all aspects: theoretical, design and application, hardware and software, academic, scientific, research, development, commissioning and industrial, but also educational and development of research and technical staff. Each year, during the international Spring edition, the Wilga Symposium is attended by a few hundred young researchers, graduated M.Sc. students, Ph.D. students, young doctors, young research workers from the R&D institutions, universities, innovative firms, etc. Wilga, gathering through years the organization experience, has turned out to be a perfect relevant information exchange platform between young researchers from Poland with participation of international guests, all active in the research areas of electron and photon technologies, electronics, photonics, telecommunications, automation, robotics and information technology, but also technical physics. The paper summarizes the achievements of the 38th Spring Edition of 2016 WILGA Symposium, organized in Wilga Village Resort owned by Warsaw University of technology.
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Sympozjum Wilga 2014 odbyło się już 34 raz w ostatnim tygodniu maja. Sympozjum jest organizowana pod patronatem SPIE, IEEE, Photonics Society of Poland, WEiTI PW, oraz PKOpto SEP. Zgromadziło ok. 350 osób, głównie młodych uczonych z całego kraju. Wygłoszono ok. 250 referatów i komunikatów. Główny tom materiałów sympozjalnych, zawiera ok. 130 najlepszych prac i jest opublikowany jako Proc.SPIE vol.9290. Kilkadziesiąt prac opublikowano w czasopismach naukowo-technicznych. Wiodącą tematykę Sympozjum Wilga2014 przedstawiono na następujących sesjach: nanomateriały dla fotoniki i elektroniki, astronomia i technika kosmiczna, biomedycyna, inteligencja obliczeniowa, wizualizacja i multimedia, oraz duże eksperymenty naukowe. W prawie dwudziestoletniej historii Sympozjum WILGA opublikowało kilkanaście tomów Proc.SPIE z ponad 1500 artykułów naukowo-technicznych (głównie w autorstwie polskich młodych uczonych) dostępnych w bazach danych Web of Knowledge oraz Scopus, a także Google Scholar. Jest to absolutny, i chyba niedoceniony, ewenement w skali kraju. Artykuł przedstawia pobieżny przegląd wybranych nurtów tematycznych i prac prezentowanych w czasie Sympozjum WILGA 2014.
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Symposium Wilga 2014, in its 34th edition, was organized during the last week of May. Symposium is organized under the auspices of SPIE, IEEE, Photonics Society of Poland, WEiTI PW, and PKOpto SEP. The event gathered around 350 persons, mainly young researchers from the whole country. There were presented around 250 speeches and communications. The main volume of Symposium Proceedings is Proc. SPIE vol.9290 which contains around 130 papers. A few tens of papers were published in technical journals. The leading topics of Wilga 2014 were gathered in key sessions: nano-materials for photonics and electronics, astronomy and space technology, biomedicine, computational intelligence, visualization and multimedia, and large research experiments. During nearly two decades of WILGA Symposium history, 15 volumes of Proc. SPIE has been published with over 1500 technical papers (authored mainly by Polish young researchers) and indexed in Web of Knowledge, Scopus and Google Scholar. It is an absolute exceptional achievement in national scale, perhaps slightly underestimated. The paper presents a digest of topical tracks, and chosen work results presented during WILGA 2014 Symposium.
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Sympozjum Wilga 2014 odbyło się już 34 raz w ostatnim tygodniu maja. Sympozjum jest organizowana pod patronatem SPIE, IEEE, Photonics Society of Poland, WEiTI PW, oraz PKOpto SEP. Zgromadziło ok. 350 osób, głównie młodych uczonych z całego kraju. Wygłoszono ok. 250 referatów i komunikatów. Główny tom materiałów sympozjalnych, zawiera ok. 130 najlepszych prac i jest opublikowany jako Proc. SPIE vol. 9290. Kilkadziesiąt prac opublikowano w czasopismach naukowo-technicznych. Wiodącą tematykę Sympozjum Wilga2014 przedstawiono na następujących sesjach: nano-materiały dla fotoniki i elektroniki, astronomia i technika kosmiczna, biomedycyna, inteligencja obliczeniowa, wizualizacja i multimedia, oraz duże eksperymenty naukowe. W prawie dwudziestoletniej historii Sympozjum WILGA opublikowało kilkanaście tomów Proc. SPIE z ponad 1500 artykułów naukowo-technicznych (głównie w autorstwie polskich młodych uczonych) dostępnych w bazach danych Web of Knowledge oraz Scopus, a także Google Scholar. Jest to absolutny, i chyba niedoceniony, ewenement w skali kraju. Artykuł przedstawia pobieżny przegląd wybranych nurtów tematycznych i prac prezentowanych w czasie Sympozjum WILGA 2014.
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Symposium Wilga 2014, in its 34th edition, was organized during the last week of May. Symposium is organized under the auspices of SPIE, IEEE, Photonics Society of Poland, WEiTI PW, and PKOpto SEP. The event gathered around 350 persons, mainly young researchers from the whole country. There were presented around 250 speeches and communications. The main volume of Symposium Proceedings is Proc. SPIE vol. 9290 which contains around 130 papers. A few tens of papers were published in technical journals. The leading topics of Wilga 2014 were gathered in key sessions: nano-materials for photonics and electronics, astronomy and space technology, biomedicine, computational intelligence, visualization and multimedia, and large research experiments. During nearly two decades of WILGA Symposium history, 15 volumes of Proc. SPIE has been published with over 1500 technical papers (authored mainly by Polish young researchers) and indexed in Web of Knowledge, Scopus and Google Scholar. It is an absolute exceptional achievement in national scale, perhaps slightly underestimated. The paper presents a digest of topical tracks, and chosen work results presented during WILGA 2014 Symposium.
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Sympozjum Wilga 2014 odbyło się już 34 raz w ostatnim tygodniu maja. Sympozjum jest organizowane pod patronatem SPIE, IEEE, Photonics Society of Poland, WEiTI PW, oraz PKOpto SEP. Zgromadziło ok. 350 osób, głównie młodych uczonych z całego kraju. Wygłoszono ok. 250 referatów i komunikatów. Główny tom materiałów sympozjalnych, zawiera ok. 130 najlepszych prac i jest opublikowany jako Proc.SPIE vol.9290. Kilkadziesiąt prac opublikowano w czasopismach naukowo-technicznych. Wiodącą tematykę Sympozjum Wilga2014 przedstawiono na następujących sesjach: nanomateriały dla fotoniki i elektroniki, astronomia i technika kosmiczna, biomedycyna, inteligencja obliczeniowa, wizualizacja i multimedia, oraz duże eksperymenty naukowe. W prawie dwudziestoletniej historii Sympozjum WILGA opublikowało kilkanaście tomów Proc.SPIE z ponad 1500 artykułów naukowo-technicznych (głównie w autorstwie polskich młodych uczonych) dostępnych w bazach danych Web of Knowledge oraz Scopus, a także Google Scholar. Jest to absolutny, i chyba niedoceniony, ewenement w skali kraju. Artykuł przedstawia pobieżny przegląd wybranych nurtów tematycznych i prac prezentowanych w czasie Sympozjum WILGA 2014.
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Symposium Wilga 2014, in its 34th edition, was organized during the last week of May. Symposium is organized under the auspices of SPIE, IEEE, Photonics Society of Poland, WEiTI PW, and PKOpto SEP. The event gathered around 350 persons, mainly young researchers from the whole country. There were presented around 250 speeches and communications. The main volume of Symposium Proceedings is Proc. SPIE vol.9290 which contains around 130 papers. A few tens of papers were published in technical journals. The leading topics of Wilga 2014 were gathered in key sessions: nanomaterials for photonics and electronics, astronomy and space technology, biomedicine, computational intelligence, visualization and multimedia, and large research experiments. During nearly two decades of WILGA Symposium history, 15 volumes of Proc. SPIE has been published with over 1500 technical papers (authored mainly by Polish young researchers) and indexed in Web of Knowledge, Scopus and Google Scholar. It is an absolute exceptional achievement in national scale, perhaps slightly underestimated. The paper presents a digest of topical tracks, and chosen work results presented during WILGA 2014 Symposium.
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Sympozjum Wilga 2014 odbyło się już 34 raz w ostatnim tygodniu maja. Sympozjum jest organizowana pod patronatem SPIE, IEEE, Photonics Society of Poland, WEiTI PW, oraz PKOpto SEP. Zgromadziło ok. 350 osób, głównie młodych uczonych z całego kraju. Wygłoszono ok. 250 referatów i komunikatów. Główny tom materiałów sympozjalnych, zawiera ok. 130 najlepszych prac i jest opublikowany jako Proc.SPIE vol.9290. Kilkadziesiąt prac opublikowano w czasopismach naukowo-technicznych. Wiodącą tematykę Sympozjum Wilga2014 przedstawiono na następujących sesjach: nano-materiały dla fotoniki i elektroniki, astronomia i technika kosmiczna, biomedycyna, inteligencja obliczeniowa, wizualizacja i multimedia, oraz duże eksperymenty naukowe. W prawie dwudziestoletniej historii Sympozjum WILGA opublikowało kilkanaście tomów Proc.SPIE z ponad 1500 artykułów naukowo-technicznych (głównie w autorstwie polskich młodych uczonych) dostępnych w bazach danych Web of Knowledge oraz Scopus, a także Google Scholar. Jest to absolutny, i chyba niedoceniony, ewenement w skali kraju. Artykuł przedstawia pobieżny przegląd wybranych nurtów tematycznych i prac prezentowanych w czasie Sympozjum WILGA 2014.
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Symposium Wilga 2014, in its 34th edition, was organized during the last week of May. Symposium is organized under the auspices of SPIE, IEEE, Photonics Society of Poland, WEiTI PW, and PKOpto SEP. The event gathered around 350 persons, mainly young researchers from the whole country. There were presented around 250 speeches and communications. The main volume of Symposium Proceedings is Proc. SPIE vol.9290 which contains around 130 papers. A few tens of papers were published in technical journals. The leading topics of Wilga 2014 were gathered in key sessions: nano-materials for photonics and electronics, astronomy and space technology, biomedicine, computational intelligence, visualization and multimedia, and large research experiments. During nearly two decades of WILGA Symposium history, 15 volumes of Proc. SPIE has been published with over 1500 technical papers (authored mainly by Polish young researchers) and indexed in Web of Knowledge, Scopus and Google Scholar. It is an absolute exceptional achievement in national scale, perhaps slightly underestimated. The paper presents a digest of topical tracks, and chosen work results presented during WILGA 2014 Symposium.
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From 29th May till 1st June, in Wilga near Warsaw, there was held an annual Symposium on Web Engineering and Advanced Applications of Photonic and Electronic Systems. The Symposium was held this year for the first time under the auspices of a newly established Photonics Society of Poland PSP [www.photonics.pl] and cooperating organizations - Polish Committee of Optoelectronics PKOpto, Association of Polish Electrical Engineers SEP [www. sep.org.pl] and Section of Optoelectronics, Committee of Electronics and Telecommunications KEiT, Polish Academy of Sciences PAN [keit .pan .pi]. The Symposium is held twice a year: during the last week of May in Wilga and during the next to the last weekend of January in Warsaw. This year Symposium is the eleventh meeting in Wilga Resort owned by Warsaw University of Technology. The first Symposium of this series was organized at the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technologies of WUT eleven years ago in January 1998. The second was held in Wilga in May 1998. The Wilga Symposia were organized under the wings of IEEE Poland Section, IEEE Region 8 Student Activities and SPIE Poland Chapter (transferred to Photonics Society of Poland in 2008). For several years, the Wilga Symposia have been international.
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