Electrical Technology is instrumental and indispensable to our existence in the current context of technology-driven living pattern of present times. In today’s technology-driven world, electrical and communication engineering is the cornerstone and driver of innovation of the devices we utilize daily to improve our quality of life. Electrical, electronics and communication engineering is driven by growth and new engineering ideas.
This special Issue aims to publish high-quality manuscripts on advances in the state-of-the-art of communication and information technology, Smart systems and Electrical technologies. Both theoretical contributions, including new techniques, concepts, and analyses, and practical contributions, including system experiments and prototypes, and new applications, are solicited. Authors are invited to submit manuscripts that present original and unpublished research in all areas related to Emerging Electrical and Communications technologies.
The general scope of the Special Issue includes the following:
Information and communication technologies
Microwave and Millimeter wave Engineering,
Antenna design and RF propagation,
RFID Technology and Applications,
Smart city Technologies and Systems,
Smart Energy Systems,
Embedded Systems and Applications,
Automotive and Avionic engineering,
MEMS and NEMS Related Technology,
Materials Characterization Techniques,
Nano and microelectronics,
All submissions have to be prepared according to the Guide for Authors as published in the Journal website at
Authors should submit online at:
by selecting “SI-aect” from the “Issues” pull-down menu during the submission process.
All contributions must not have been previously published or be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Author of papers presented at The International Symposium on Advanced Electrical and Communication Technologies (ISAECT2018) can submit their at least 40% extended papers.
Submission Last date: Dec 30, 2018
Author notification: March 28, 2019
Revised papers: April 19, 2019
Author notification: May 2, 2019
Final submission due: May 16, 2019
Publication: September 2019
Dr. Mohamed Nabil Srifi (Managing Guest Editor), Ibn Tofail University, Morocco
Dr. Jafar A Alzubi, Wakeforest Univeristy, USA
Dr. Pradeep Reddy CH, VIT-AP University, India
Dr. Akram Alomainy, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Profiles of Guest Editors:
Dr. Mohamed Nabil Srifi is currently a professor of electrical engineering at ibn Tofail University, Morocco. His research interests include RF and microwave passive and active circuits, antennas design for wireless communications and medical systems and Wireless Sensor, biomedical engineering, Numerical Methods FDTD. He is the head of Electronics and Telecommunication Systems Research Unit, ibn Tofail University. Prof. Srifi is the president of Moroccan Institute for Sciences and Development (MISD), member of the IEEE, IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, European Microwave Association, Moroccan Association of Electricity, Electronics and Computers Engineering, Moroccan Association for Advanced Materials. Dr. Srifi holds two patents on antennas for ultra-wide band applications. He is the author and coauthor of several papers which appeared in refereed specialized international journals and conferences. Moreover, he has supervised several Ph.D and Master\’s thesis and has been the principal project manager for several international research projects. Dr. M. Nabil Srifi is a recipient of national and international awards. He is the Founder and the General Chair of The International Symposium on Advanced Electrical and Communication technologies (ISAECT).
Dr. Mohamed Nabil SRIFI,
Professor at Ibn Tofail University
Jafar Alzubi received his B.Sc (Hons) in Electrical Engineering, majoring Electronics and Communications from the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan in 2001. Between 2005-2008, he became a full time lectures in the School of Engineering at Al-BalqaAppliedUniversity. In 2008, He joined the Wireless Communications Research Laboratory, completing his PhD in Advanced Telecommunications Engineering in June 2012. He is now an associate professor at Computer Engineering department, Al-Balqa Applied University-Jordan. His research interests include focused Elliptic curves cryptography and cryptosystems, classifications and detection of web scams, using Algebraic-Geometric theory in channel coding for wireless networks. As part of his research, he designed the first regular and first irregular block turbo codes using Algebraic Geometry codes and investigated their performance across various computer and wireless networks. Jafar Alzubi was also in-charge of the UK-Turkey Higher Education Partnership programme 2011-2013 projects. Currently he is working jointly with WakeForestUniversity – USA and Al-BalqaAppliedUniversity. He published over thirty research articles in highly respected journals.
Laboratory of Brain Complex Networks
North Carolina – USA
Dr. Pradeep Reddy CH is currently working with Department of Computer Science and Engineering, VIT-APUniversity, Amaravati, India. He has a total of 11 years of experience in both teaching and research. He received his B. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering from PBR VITS, JNTU in 2004, Andhra Pradesh, India and M. Tech in Computer Science & Engineering from VITUniversity, Vellore, India in 2007. He did his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from VITUniversity, Vellore in 2014. His research interests include IoT, Sensor networks, Wireless systems and Open Source Technologies. He has published several papers in international refereed journals and conferences. He also served as reviewer and guest editor for journals. He has successfully guided three research scholars towards their PhD degree and 6 more scholars are working with him currently. He successfully completed one consultancy project with a software start up and also few funded projects on IoT applications.
Dr. Pradeep Reddy CH,
Dr Akram Alomainy joined the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, QMUL, in 2007, where he is a Reader in Antennas and Applied Electromagnetics (Associate Professor). He is a member of the Institute of Bioengineering and Centre for Intelligent Sensing at QMUL. His current research interests include small and compact antennas for wireless body area networks, radio propagation characterisation and modelling, antenna interactions with human body, computational electromagnetic, advanced antenna enhancement techniques for mobile and personal wireless communications, nano-scale networks and communications, THz material characterisation and communication links and advanced algorithm for smart and intelligent antenna and cognitive radio system. He has managed to secure various research projects funded by research councils, charities and industrial partners on projects ranging from fundamental electromagnetic to nano-scale wearable and in-vivo technologies. He has authored and co-authored two books, 6 book chapters and more than 250 technical papers in leading journals and peer-reviewed conferences. Dr. Alomainy won the Isambard Brunel Kingdom Award, in 2011, for being an outstanding young science and engineering communicator. He was selected to deliver a TEDx talk about the science of electromagnetic and also participated in many public engagement initiatives and festivals. He is a Chartered Engineer, member of the IET, senior member of IEEE, fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK) and also a College Member for Engineering and Physical Sciences Research (EPSRC, UK) and its ICT prioritisation panels. He is also a reviewer for many funding agencies around the world including Expert Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) Research, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), United Kingdom and the Medical Research Council (MRC), UK. He is an elected member of UK URSI (International Union of Radio Science) panel to represent the UK interests of URSI Commission B.
Dr Akram Alomainy
Reader in Antennas and Applied Electromagnetics
School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science
Queen Mary University of London
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS