Keynote Speakers

ICENTE19 : Keynote Speakers
25 Oct ~ 27 Oct

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Prof. Dr. Jurgis Porins

Jurgis Porins is a full professor and dean of Faculty of electronics and Telecommunications at Riga Technical University. Jurgis Porins obtained PhD Degree in Electronics and Telecommunications with specialization in fiber optics and optical signal processing, Riga Technical University (RTU), Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications (FET), Institute of Telecommunications, Latvia in 2008. Jurgis is actively involved several scientific projects, including, European Structure Fund based projects among others as project supervisor and senior researcher in the field of telecommunications. Under his supervising several masters and PhD’s thesis have been developed and defended.
Currently, Jurgis is an expert of The Latvian Council of Science in the field "Electronics and Telecommunications.”, a Corresponding Member of the Latvian Academy of Sciences, a member of the RTU Scientific Council, chairman of RTU Council of the FET, member of RTU Senate and vice chairman of RTU Senate Strategy Commission and member of the Electronic Communications Industry Council of the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Latvia.

Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications, Riga Technical university (RTU), LATVIA

Presentation Title:  " Advances in optical amplification technologies for high-capacity fiber optical transmission systems "
Web: https://scholar.google.com.sg/citations?user=e33VgaQAAAAJ&hl=en
E-mail: jurgis.porins@rtu.lv


Prof. Dr. Tzvetomir Vassilev

Tzvetomir Ivanov Vassilev received his Master degree in Computer Science from the University of Ruse, Bulgaria, in 1990. Three years later he started his PhD education at the same university. In 1994-95 he got a Microsoft scholarship and spent one year of his PhD studies at the Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London. In 1998 his received his Ph.D. degree. In 2000-2001 he was appointed as a Research fellow at the department of Computer Science, University College London, where he worked for a project called Centre for 3D electronic commerce, which mainly included research in the field of cloth simulation. Since 1991 he has been an employee of the University of Ruse in Bulgaria as a research assistant and teaching assistant. He is now a Professor at the Department of IIT at the same university teaching Computer Applications, Programming and Computer Graphics. His research interests include: Computer Graphics, Physical Simulation, Generic Programming on GPU, Mobile computing, Education with Games, etc.

Department of Informatics and Information Technology, University of Ruse, BULGARIA

Presentation Title:  " Try on of virtual garments on virtual bodies  "
Web: https://scholar.google.at/citations?user=eFlvtawAAAAJ&hl=en
E-mail: tvassilev@ecs.uni-ruse.bg