Program

ELTICOM 2016 Organizing Committees

Honorary Chair:

    Prof. Samuel K.C. Chang (CYCU-Taiwan)

General Chairs:

Prof. Ming-Kuei Lee (CYCU-Taiwan)
Prof. Ying-Yi Hong (CYCU-Taiwan)

Technical Program Chairs:

Prof. Cheng-Yuan Chang (CYCU-Taiwan)
Prof. Kang-Ping Lin (CYCU-Taiwan)
Prof. Sen M. Kuo (CYCU-Taiwan)
Prof. Yao-Jen Chang (CYCU-Taiwan)
Prof. Guang- Hwa Shiue (CYCU-Taiwan)
Prof. Yuan-Hsiang Chang (CYCU-Taiwan)
Prof. Hsiao-Rong Tyan (CYCU-Taiwan)
Prof. Chun-Yao Lee (CYCU-Taiwan)
Prof. Shih-Che Hsu (CYCU-Taiwan)

Web Chair:

Prof. Yu-Kuen Lai (CYCU-Taiwan)

Publication Chair:

Prof. Chian-Song Chiu (CYCU-Taiwan)

International Advisory Board:

    Prof. Ratko Magjarevic (University of Zagreb-Croatia) 
    Dr. Emerson Sinulingga (USU-Indonesia) 
    Dr. F. Fahmi (USU-Indonesia) 
    Dr. S. Suherman (USU-Indonesia) 
    Prof. Alejandro H. Ballado, Jr (Mapúa-Philippines) 
    Prof. Yoshinobu Kajikawa (KU-Japan)

Secretary:

    Ms. Wei-Chieh Lee (CYCU-Taiwan)
    Ms. Ching-Yun Liu (CYCU-Taiwan)
    Mr. ku-Yeh Shih (CYCU-Taiwan)
    Ms. Wun-Yi Fu (CYCU-Taiwan)


Message from Program Chairs

Welcome to CYCU,

It is our great honor that we have served as program chairs of the 2nd International Conference on Electrical, Telecommunication and Computer Engineering (ELTICOM), Taoyuan city, Taiwan. We are happy that a great number of researchers from all over the world contribute to ELTICOM 2016. We received 60 research papers from 5 countries for the general technical sessions. We want to thank the University of Sumatera Utara (USU, Indonesia), Mapúa Institute of Technology (Mapúa, Philippines), Kansai University (KU, Japan) and the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST, Taiwan) for their supporting. This year, the ELTICOM 2016 provides opportunities to explore problems and issues that electrical engineers and scientists concern about. The keynote speakers, oral presentations and poster sessions are featured with the theme “Advanced Technology Toward Smart City.” We believe the ELTICOM 2016 will be instrumental in generating ideas and disseminating information to a greater extent than most conventional forums. Finally, we hope that all of you have exciting presentations and discussion in ELTICOM 2016, and that the conference will be your unforgettable memory in Taiwan. Please enjoy the conference!

 

ELTICOM 2016 Program Chairs

Chung Yuan Christian University, Taoyuan City, Taiwan

August 2016

ELTICOM 2016 Conference Program at a Glance


August 29 (Monday)

8:00~

Registration at EE Building 1F

9:00-9:20

Opening Ceremony

105 Convention Hall

9:20-10:00

Plenary Speech

Prof. Ratko Magjarevic
University of Zagreb, Croatia

105 Convention Hall

10:00-10:20

Tea Break

EE Building 1F

10:20-12:00

Invited Symposium

105 Convention Hall

Oral Session A1

304 Raymond Room

Oral Session A2

354

Lunch (at EE B1 Floor)

13:20-15:00

Oral Session A3

105 Convention Hall

Oral Session A4

304 Raymond Room

Oral Session A5

354

Poster Session P1

EE Building 3F

15:00-15:20

Tea Break

EE Building 3F

15:20-17:00

Oral Session A6

105 Convention Hall

Oral Session A7

304 Raymond Room

Oral Session A8

354

17:00-17:30

Photo Time

EE Building 1F

18:00-20:30

Banquet**

H.D.L. Restaurant

    **Gathering place: EE building 1F at 17:30

August 30 (Tuesday)

8:30-18:00

Excursion, Taipei

Gathering place: EE building 1F  at 8:30 Aug. 30

9:00-10:00

ELTICOM 2017 Planning Discussion

304 Raymond Room


Invited Symposium

August 29 (Monday)

Keynote Speech/ 9:20-10:00/ EE105 Convention Hall

Speaker: Prof. Ratko Magjarevic, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Topic: Nationwide Diabetes Support System Based on Internet of Things

Invited Symposium/ 10:20-12:00/ EE105 Convention Hall

Symposium of Bioelectronics for the 21st Century

Speaker: Dr. Jia-Jung Wang, Department of Biomedical Engineering, I-Shou University

Topic: A Novel Approach to Quantifying the Dynamic Elastance of the Superficial Arterial Wall

Speaker: Dr. Shih-Tsang Tang, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Ming Chuan University

Topic: ICT Integrated Healthcare—the Rehabilitation Example of Parkinson’s Disease

Speaker: Dr. Chih-Chung Huang, Department of Biomedical Engineering, National Chung Kung University

Topic: High Frequency Ultrasound Elastography and its Biomedical Applications

Speaker: Dr. Ying-Hui Lai, Department of Electrical Engineering, Yuan Ze University

Topic: Performance improvement for assistive hearing devices based on the machine learning technology

Speaker: Dr. Chen-Ning Huang, CTO, Somnics, Inc.

Topic: The challenges and opportunities on the development of innovative medical device


ELTICOM 2016 - Plenary Speaker  

Topic : Nationwide Diabetes Support System Based on Internet of Things

Speaker : Ratko Magjarevic

Institutional units : Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing

                                 Department for Electronic Systems and Information Processing

Position : Professor

Date/Venue : August 29, 2016 / EE 105 Conference Hall


Abstract

In its first Global report on diabetes, the WHO reports that the number of people with diabetes increased nearly fourfold since 1980 and is estimated to 422 million adults, especially due to rise in type 2 diabetes. WHO reports 1.5 million deaths caused by diabetes and warns that its complications often lead to heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, lower limb amputation and blindness. Patients are regularly advised to self-monitor their blood glucose level, insulin doses applied, weight, daily exercise and activity and/or blood pressure, all in order to achieve glycemic control, to prevent hypoglycemia and to unburden healthcare professionals in adjusting their treatment. WHO would like to adopt that approach in a way that health systems can, based on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and mainly independently, diagnose, treat and care for people with diabetes as well as enable people in making healthy choices for diet and physical activity. Lately, the concept of the Internet of Things (IoT) was introduced into healthcare. Electronic devices connected to the cloud are used for monitoring and data acquisition, allowing automatic generation of messages and alerts. Many of those messages still seek intervention of healthcare professionals. Following that developments, and in order to help patients and healthcare professionals provide better self-management and management of diabetes, we have developed a system which is endorsed through the pilot project by Croatian Health Insurance Fund and Croatian Ministry of Health and is introduced into several clinical settings. The system introduced into clinical settings comprises of a device for connecting and communicating with glucose meters, data management software for data acquisition and visualization, and database. The system allows connection of mobile units, which are a part of custom made personal wearable wireless network, and are the main device for monitoring patients’ basic physiological functions. In addition to transferring the data on blood glucose measurements from the memory of glucometers, it monitors physiological parameters such as heart rate, ECG (on demand), breathing rate and physical activity. Also, the system enables connection of peripheral devices from different manufacturers (e.g. blood pressure management) or other custom made sensors to the cloud.

Biography

Professor Ratko Magjarević received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering in 1994 from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering. After his appointment in industry at the Institute of Electrical Engineering “Koncar,“ he joined the Electronic Measurement and Biomedical Engineering Group at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. He is full professor teaching several courses in Electronic Instrumentation and Biomedical Engineering at undergraduate, graduate and at postgraduate studies.

His scientific and professional interest is in fields of electronic and biomedical instrumentation and health informatics, in particular in cardiac potentials analysis and pacing, in research of new methods for drug delivery based on electropermeabilisation and recently in research of personalised intelligent mobile health systems. He is author or co-author of numerous journal and conference papers, several text books and book chapters. R. Magjarevic is the Vice-President of the International Union for Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine (IUPESM) and Immediate Past-President of the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE).


Symposium of bioelectronics for the 21st century - Invited Speaker

Topic : A Novel Approach to Quantifying the Dynamic Elastance of the Superficial Arterial Wall

Speaker : Dr. Jia-Jung Wang

Institutional units : Department of Biomedical Engineering

                                  I-Shou University (Medical Campus)

Date/Venue : August 29, 2016 / EE 105 Conference Hall


Abstract

Arterial stiffness is frequently associated with the risk of cardiovascular diseases, cerebral vessel disease, diabetes mellitus and end-stage renal disease. As a result, to detect the alteration in arterial stiffness before the emergence of clinical vascular illness may serve as an early prognostic warning for cardiovascular disease. The purpose of this study is to propose a novel method for assessing dynamic elastance of the superficial arterial wall using the sinusoidal minute vibration method. A sinusoidal signal was used to drive a vibrator which induced a displacement of 0.15 mm with a frequency range between 40 and 85 Hz. The vibrator closely contacted with the wall of a superficial radial artery, and caused the arterial wall to shift simultaneously. A force sensor attached to the tip of the vibrator was used to pick up the reactive force exerted by the radial arterial wall. According to the Voigt and Maxwell models, a linear relationship was found between the maximum reactive force and the squared angular frequency of the vibration. The intercept of the linear function represents the arterial wall elastance. In order to validate the feasibility of our method, twenty-nine healthy subjects were recruited and the wall elastances of their radial arteries were measured at room temperature (25oC), after a 5-minute cold stress (4oC) and a 5-minute hot stress (42oC), respectively. After the 5-minute cold stimulation, the maximum radial wall elastance significantly increased from 0.441±0.182×106 dyne/cm to 0.611±0.251×106 dyne/cm (p=0.001). In the 5-minute hot stress, the maximum radial wall elastance significantly decreased to 0.363±0.106×106 dyne/cm (p=0.013). The sinusoidal minute vibration method proposed can be employed to obtain the quantitative elastance of a superficial artery under different thermal conditions, and to help assess the severity of arterial stiffness in conduit arteries.

Biography

Jia-Jung Wang received the B.S. degree in 1985 and the M.S. degree in 1987 in Biomedical Engineering from Chung-Yuan Christian University, Taiwan, R. O. C.  He received the M.S. degree in 1995 and the Ph.D. degree in 1996 in Biomedical Engineering from Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA.   After serving two years of military service, he worked for the National Science Council of the Republic of China as an Assistant Manager of the Division of Engineering Technology and Development from 1989 to 1992.  He was the Chairman of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Yuanpei Technical College, Taiwan, from 1996 to 2000.  Further, he served as the Chairman of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, I-Shou University, Taiwan, both from 2004 to 2007 and from 2011 to 2014.  He is now a Professor with the Department of Biomedical Engineering, I-Shou University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.  His research interests include the design of biomedical instrumentation, the analysis of cardiovascular signals, the application of medical transducers, and the circulatory modeling.


Symposium of bioelectronics for the 21st century - Invited Speaker

Topic : ICT Integrated Healthcare—the Rehabilitation Example of Parkinson’s Disease

Speaker : Dr. Shih-Tsang Tang

Institutional units : Department of Biomedical Engineering

                                 Ming Chuan University

Date/Venue : August 29, 2016 / EE 105 Conference Hall


Abstract

The ICT (Information and Communication Technology) has given the promise to increase the quality of healthcare. Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a chronic disease, which associates with a long term care process. As a result, PD would be a classical example for the ICT integrated healthcare, which efficiently reduces the care efforts and increase the life quality. Parkinson's disease is a common chronic disease, which morbidity is 15% in the population of over 65 years old. There are usually decades from sick to death, the patient’s activity will be gradually degradation, slowly losing action ability, verbal ability, which severely affect the quality of life. During the end stage, most patients usually suffer dysphagia, and then resulting in weakness, even death due to the inhalation pneumonia. Besides the surgery and medicine treatment, rehabilitation is key issue for the life quality. The care of PD should be integrated with the healthcare institute and the family. And it is a heavy burden. How to help these patients live with Parkinson's disease and can live well, is a comprehensive problem. The ICT solution is for addressing the problems in each stage of Parkinson’s disease. The ICT would integrate healthcare institute and home rehabilitation program, and then care the patient form the beginning stage to end stage.

Biography

Shih-Tsang Tang received the B.S. (1987) from Department of Electronic Engineering, National Taiwan College of Marine Science and Technology, the M.S. (1995) from Institute of Maritime Technology, National Taiwan Ocean University, and the Ph.D. (2003) from Institute of Biomedical Engineering, National Yang Ming University. Currently he is an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering Dept. at Ming Chuan University, where his research and teaching focus on medical informatics, medical instrument, electronics, digital system, and microprocessor. He is also the General Secretary of the Medical Image Standards Association of Taiwan. From 2002 to 2003, he was a Instructor of Biomedical Engineering Dept. at Yuanpei Institute of Science and Technology. From 2003 to 2008, he was an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering Dept. at Yuanpei University. Dr. Tang has published over 100 papers in conferences and journals and has presented many invited and contributed talks. He is also the reviewer of SCI journals and the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan.


Symposium of bioelectronics for the 21st century - Invited Speaker

Topic : High Frequency Ultrasound Elastography and its Biomedical Applications

Speaker : Dr. Chih-Chung Huang

Institutional units : Department of Biomedical Engineering

                                 National Chung Kung University

Date/Venue : August 29, 2016 / EE 105 Conference Hall


Abstract

It is well known that the mechanical properties of soft tissues, such as elasticity, viscosity, and mechanical impedance, change depending on the conditions of tissues, for instance disease and age, hence the mechanical properties may give useful information in medical diagnosis. Several ultrasound elastographs have been proposed to measure the mechanical properties of tissue quantitatively, such as sonoelastographic image, shear wave image, and acoustic radiation force impulse image. However, the image resolutions of above elastographs are insufficient due to their operational ultrasound frequency. It remains difficult to estimate the mechanical properties of smaller organs and tissues using current elastographs. Therefore, the high frequency ultrasound elastographs based on acoustic radiation force impulse imaging and shear wave imaging were proposed in our Lab to assess the mechanical properties of some micro-structure tissues, such as cornea, plaque, and vessel wall. In cornea study, a 50 MHz high frequency acoustic radiation force impulse (ARFI) imaging system were built for mapping the hardness of cornea. A dual frequency ultrasonic transducer was designed for this objective. The outer 10 MHz element was used to push the fibers in cornea and the inner 50 MHz element was used to detect the displacement of cornea. The experiments were carried out using artificial porcine cornea and a new algorithm for high frequency ARFI imaging was established. In plaque study, a 40 MHz shear wave imaging system was built for measuring the elastic properties of blood clots. Furthermore, we applied our high frequency ARFI imaging and shear wave systems into intravascular ultrasound (IVUS). A concept of combining the high frequency AFRI and shear wave technology on IVUS for assessing the mechanical properties of thrombus and vessel was proposed in present study.

Biography

Dr Chih-Chung Huang was born in Taiwan. He received the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Biomedical Engineering from Chung Yuan Christian University, Chung-Li, Taiwan, in 2002, 2003, and 2007, respectively. From 2006 to 2007, he worked at NIH Resource Center for Medical Ultrasonic Transducer Technology at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA as a Visiting Researcher where he was engaged in research of high frequency ultrasound imaging and development of new acoustic methods for cataract diagnosis. In 2008, he joined the Department of Electrical Engineering, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan as an Assistant Professor. In 2012, Dr. Huang was promoted as an Associate Professor. Currently, he is a faculty member at Department of Biomedical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. His research interests include ultrasonic tissue characterization, blood flow measurement, high frequency ultrasound, and ultrasonic instrument for medical applications, etc.

Symposium of bioelectronics for the 21st century - Invited Speaker

Topic : Performance improvement for assistive hearing devices based on the machine learning technology

Speaker : Dr. Ying-Hui Lai

Institutional units : Department of Electrical Engineering,

                                 Yuan Ze University

Date/Venue : August 29, 2016 / EE 105 Conference Hall


Abstract

Hearing aids (HAs) and cochlear implants (CIs) are important assistive hearing devices that provide a sense of sound in patients with hearing loss. The considerable progress of HAs and CIs technologies in the past three decades has enabled many users to enjoy a high level of speech understanding in quiet. For most users, however, understanding speech in noisy environments remains a challenge. In this talk, I will present several proposed approaches to address this important issue to further improve the benefits of speech intelligibility for HAs or CIs users under noisy conditions. First, I will introduce the deep learning based NR approach (deep denoising autoencoder, DDAE), which has been investigated its effectiveness for improving the speech intelligibility for CI recipients. Second, I will introduce two proposed APPs that can help hearing loss individual improving audibility based on their mobile phone. Some experimental results indicated that, under challenging noisy listening conditions, the above-described method can provide good enough benefits for users and suggesting these methods could potentially be integrated into CIs and HAs to overcome speech perception degradation caused by noise.

Biography

Ying-Hui Lai received the B.S. degree in electrical engineering from the National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan, in 2005 and the Ph.D. degree in biomedical engineering from the National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan in 2013. From 2010 to 2012, he was a R&D engineer at Aescu Technologies, working on development of hearing aids. Following, Dr. Lai has been a postdoctoral research fellow with the research center for information technology innovation (CITI), Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan. Currently, he is an assistant professor at department of electrical engineering, Yuan Ze university. His research interests focus on hearing aids, cochlear implants, noise reduction, pattern recognition, and source separation.

Symposium of bioelectronics for the 21st century - Invited Speaker

Topic : The challenges and opportunities on the development of innovative medical device

Speaker : Dr. Chen-Ning Huang

Institutional units : CTO, Somnics, Inc.

Date/Venue : August 29, 2016 / EE 105 Conference Hall


Abstract

Innovation is always the key to success, the development of medical device is no exception. However, there are many difficulty and challenge during the development process of innovative medical device. 1. identify the unmet clinical needs: it is no surprise that there are still many clinical unmet needs that aren't being identity and discovery by healthcare systems and the medical device company. The answer or solution for the unmet clinical needs will become the core value of innovation medical device. 2. develop new medical device from concept to design: The product life cycle of medical device includes research, development, production, and end of life. These can certainly be expanded as unmet needed to address a specific device design or manufacturing procedure 3. Plan and implement the clinical trial of medical device: The design of medical device clinical trials may present some special challenges that do not arise with drug trials. (a) Inability to blind, (b) the use of the medical device is a key part of its clinical performance, (c) Limitation in comparative trial design, 4. regulatory pathways of innovative medical device: For innovative medical device, it is usually difficult to find predicative device. Before develop the data and information that is necessary to submit application, you may need to make sure the product you wish to market is a medical device. Then determine the class of your device.

With the recent explosion, there are many new technologies could be the opportunity of innovative medical device. 1. Mobile app as medical device: mobile platforms allow personal electronic devices to transmit patient data to doctors, manage documentation and records, and provide identification and traceability of medical devices. 2. 3D printing medical device: The flexibility of 3D printing allows designers to make changes easily. It also enables manufacturers to create devices matched to a patient’s requirement (ex. Anatomy, disease severity).

Biography

Chen-Ning Huang was born in Taoyuan, Taiwan in 1979. He received his B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan in 2001 and Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from National Central University Taiwan, in 2008.

In 2008 he entered in the Medical Electronics & Image Technology Division of Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) as an Engineer and Project leader. As a project leader, he is responsible for several advance research projects related to treatment of sleep breathing problem.

In 2012 He joined the Somnics, Inc. when the company was established. Somnics is a company focused on develop innovative medical device to treat obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). He had involved all the activity of developing innovative medical device, including the product design, prototyping, product verification and validation, clinical study and regulatory approving process. After completing the development of the first generation product, he devoted to improve the product and show more clinical evidence. Currently, he is the chief Technology Officer and is in charge of new application development and clinical research.

Sessions and Chairs

Oral Session

Chairs

Room

A1Power and Energy Systems I

Michael Pacis

Arnold Paglinawan

304 Raymond Room

A2Smart Computation and Communication I

Febus Reidj G. Cruz

Yao Jen Chang

354

A3Smart Computation and Communication II

Suherman Suherman

Hung-Huan Liu

105 Convention Hall

A4Intelligent Systems I

Peter Liu

Charmaine Paglinawan

304 Raymond Room

A5Smart Computation and Communication III

Meo Vincent Caya Hung-Huan Liu

354

A6Smart Computation and Communication IV

Alejandro Ballado Emerson Pascawira Sinulingga

105 Convention Hall

A7Intelligent Systems II

Cyrel Manlises

Shih-Che Hsu

304 Raymond Room

A8Power and Energy Systems II

Julius Sese

Wen-Chih Yang

354



Poster Session

Chairs

Room

P1aPower and Energy Systems III

Guan-Chyun Hsieh

Jocelyn Villaverde

EE Building 3F

P1bIntelligent Systems III


ELTICOM 2016 Program

Session A1Power and Energy Systems I
10:20-12:00 / 304 Raymond Room

Session Chair
Michael Pacis
Arnold Paglinawan

1

[8]

A Study on Vibration Energy Harvesting in Electric Generators

Michael Pacis

2

[13]

Maximum Power Point Tracking for a Grid-Tied Photovoltaic Inverter System Under Partial Shading Conditions

Cheng-Hao Wang Chian-Song Chiu

3

[43]

Real-Time Simulation of Maximum Power Point Tracking Control Using Fuzzy Logic for Stand Alone PV System

Ying-Yi Hong,

Angelo Beltran Jr.

Arnold Paglinawan

4

[46]

Realization Study of Buck Converter for Battery Charger

Go Jan Samuel R., Yi-Chung Feng,

Ual Josiah C.

Harahap Juliansyah

5

[55]

Maximum Power Point Tracking of Wind Power Systems with Particle Swarm Optimization

Aidil Bahari, Christian Luis Velasco, Dirgahayu Goldry Ferdyekaputra, Jiamin Wang,

Mark Angelo Torres, and Ying Chen

Maickel Tuegeh

Chun-Yao Lee


Session A2Smart Computation and Communication I  10:20-12:00 / 354

Session Chair
Febus Reidj G. Cruz
Yao Jen Chang

1

[16]

Artificial Test Lung for Human Ventilator with Synchronous Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation (SIMV)

Febus Reidj G. Cruz and Wen-Yaw Chung

2

[11]

Designing a Serious Game to Help Train Children with Cognitive Disabilities for Pedestrian Safety

Kao Chia Chun,

Yao Jen Chang

Shao-Ting Lu

3

[32]

A Rapid Screening System for Early Autism Children Based on Eye Gaze Detection Techinques

Dung-Sheng Tsai, Shaou-Gang Miaou Dai-Wei Wu, Ya-Shu Kang

4

[47]

Using Tri-axial Accelerometer to Detect Respiratory Rate and Flow Waveform during Ba Duan Jin Exercise

Maryel Villegas, Yan-Ci Zhu, Gilbert Tindogan, Wen-Chen Lin and Kang-Ping Lin

5

[33]

Multi-user Glucose meter with Insulin Dosage Recommendation

Arnold Paglinawan, Febus Reidj Cruz, Charmaine Paglinawan, Dorothy Faye Blas, John Colin Daza, Almie Anne Felix and Wen Yaw Chung


Session A3Smart Computation and Communication II
13:20-15:00 / 105 Convention Hall

Session Chair
Suherman Suherman
Hung-Chin Jang

1

[3]

The Application of CloudIot in the self-service ordering system: A Case of School Cafeteria

Te-Kwei Wang, Yu-Hsun Lin, Hong-Ru Liu and Chung-Chih Wang

2

[28]

SDN Based Resource Allocation for Smart Home

Hung-Chin Jang, Chi-Wei Huang and Fu-Ku Yeh

3

[31]

UDP-Lite Enhancement Through Checksum Protection

Suherman Suherman, Habibi Habibi and Opim S Sitompul

4

[35]

The study on continuous in message transmission by MQTT - Infinite distance Quadcopter

Hung-Huan Liu, Po-Chang Chin and Da-Wei Zheng

5

[5]

The Application of Time Synchronization Protocol in Cloud-Based Access Control System

Te-Kwei Wang, Chih-Ming Lin, Fang Po Cheng and Yu-Hsun Lin

6

[17]

Analysis on ISFET’s Calibration Accuracy between Two-Point and Three-Point Algorithm through Segmented Binary Search in FPGA

Cyrel Manlises, Febus Reidj Cruz, Wen-Yaw Chung and Ramon Garcia


Session A4Intelligent Systems I
13:20-15:00 / 304 Raymond Room

Session Chair
Peter Liu
Charmaine Paglinawan

1

[10]

Kinect-based Effectiveness of Bath Training and Movement Assessment on Exercise Game

Chia Chun Kao, Yao Jen Chang and Shao-Ting Lu

2

[9]

UWB Radar System for Fall Detection

Vincent Tseng Cheng-Yuan Chang

3

[15]

SCARA Robot of Human Machine Cooperation and Safe Protection

Shao-Gang Huang and Chian-Song Chiu

4

[24]

Motor Characteristics Measurement System Applied on Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Mathematical Model Building

Peter Liu, Yi Ping Wang, Kuan Yi Lin and Chih-Yu Lin

5

[29]

Arduino-based Urine Glucose Meter Using Glucolor Sensor for Diabetes Diagnosis

Ramon Garcia, Charmaine Paglinawan, Marianne Sejera, Arnold Paglinawan, Wen Yaw Chung, Gian Paulo Austria, Josfel James

6

[57]

Acoustic Noise Reduction in PVC Pipe Using Feedback Active Noise Control

Rina Hasegawa, Kristel Anne Jazmin, Chen-Nien Chung, Yan-Jun Liu, Ming-Han Ho and Cheng-Yuan Chang


Session A5Smart Computation and Communication III  13:20-15:00 / 354

Session Chair
Meo Vincent Caya
Hung-Huan Liu

1

[34]

Wiper Tansparency Tchniques Uing Mltiple Frames

Yu-Syuan Syu, Liang-Han Chen, Chia-Chun Tu and Ting-Lan Lin

2

[27]

Implementation of Rough Set Algorithms on Apache Spark

Kuo-Min Huang, Hsin-Yu Chen and Kan-Lin Hsiung

3

[19]

On-Off Keying Transmitter for Biomedical Applications in 0.35, 0.25, and 0.18 Micron CMOS Technologies

Febus Reidj G. Cruz and Wen-Yaw Chung

4

[4]

A Cloud-Based Pipeline Leak Detection System with Precision Time synchronization Protocol

Te-Kwei Wang, Chih-Ming Lin, Xue-Sheng Ko and Yu-Hsun Lin

5

[26]

Design of a Flexible Sketch-based Network Traffic Monitoring System

Theophilus Wellem, Chao-Yuan Huang and Yu-Kuen Lai

6

[23]

Control of Agricultural Irrigation System through Internet of Things

Meo Vincent Caya and Alejandro Ballado


Session A6Smart Computation and Communication IV
15:20-17:00 / 105 Convention Hall

Session Chair
Alejandro Ballado
 Emerson Pascawira
Sinulingga

1

[36]

Pollution Monitoring System for Disaster Area (case Mount Sinabung Eruption)

Fahmi Fahmi and Baihaqi Siregar

2

[37]

Dispersion Characteristics of 3-D Low Impedance Interconnects for Compact MMICs

Emerson Pascawira Sinulingga

3

[30]

Coded Bi-directional Decision Feedback Equalizer for OFDM Systems in Doubly Selective Rayleigh Fading Channels

Rih-Lung Chung, Mei-Xuan Ma, Cheng-Hsueh Tsai and Jen-Chieh Hsu

4

[21]

An Automatic Water Level Monitoring System using SMS Technology

Jocelyn Villaverde, Reynalin Deveza, April Jem Saccuan and Lisette Salido

5

[53]

FM – Software Defined Radio through GNU Radio

Wyndale John D. Jastillano, Wan-Sheng Chen and Chong-Guang Chen

6

[52]

Advanced SDN Laboratory Design for Undergraduate Students - A Case Study on Intelligent Firewall Design

Elain Camile Buyagao, Micah Mañebo, Yi-Chen Yang and Angelo Alecver Quiniquini


Session A7Intelligent Systems II
15:20-17:00 / 304 Raymond Room

Session Chair
Cyrel Manlises
Shih-Che Hsu

1

[41]

Collision avoidance system for unmanned vehicle

Ju-Hui Peng and Kuan-Chou Chen

2

[14]

Aids for Stroke Elderly

Li-Hu Jhang and Chian-Song Chiu

3

[12]

Simultaneous localization and mapping by laser rangefinder combine mobile robot

Chiu Chian-Song and Chen Tao-Jyun

4

[48]

Shoulder Rotation-Angle Monitoring during BaDuanJin Exercise using Triaxial Accelerometer

Wen-Chzn Chen, Kristian Brent Arugay, Bernadette Dicolen, Wen-Chen Lin and Kang-Ping Lin

5

[49]

Active Noise Control Using Feedforward System for PVC Pipe

John Alfred Iii Silisilon, Chih Ling Kuo, Ming-Han Ho and Cheng-Yuan Chang

6

[56]

A Smart Bulb Controlled by Brainwaves

Dustin Guzman,

Youxin Wang

Tzu-Ning Peng


Session A8Power and Energy Systems II
15:20-17:00 / 354

Session Chair
Julius Sese
Wen-Chih Yang

1

[54]

Impact of the Line and Generator tripping test in a Microgrid

Louis Rae Ponio, Moses Odillo Rosevelt Sinaga, Chang-Chih Chou, Manh-Tuan Nguyen and Ying-Yi Hong

2

[44]

Distributed Generation and Concept, Types and Application of Microgrid

Chin-I Wu, Luigie Marquez, Jose Ricardo Jr. Garfin and Ahmad Taufik

3

[59]

Maximum Power Point Tracking of Photovoltaic System using Fuzzy Logic Controller with Gradient Descent

Kemal Syafrizal Arun, Maria Cassandra Gae Firme, Ying-Yi Hong and Angelo Beltran

4

[20]

Harvesting Electrical Power through Body Heat in Different Workout Activities using Peltier Tiles

Julius Sese,

Joseph Bryan Ibarra

Mary Ann Latina

5

[7]

Study in the Impact of Distributed Generator (DG) Placement and Sizing on a Ring Distribution Network

Michael Pacis

6

[60]

Voltage Analysis of a Distribution Feeder Connected Large Total Capacity of Renewable Energies

Yih-Der Kuo,

Shih-Che Hsu

Chin-Chun Tseng


Session P1aPower and Energy Systems III
13:20-15:00 / EE Building 3F

Session Chair
Guan-Chyun Hsieh
Jocelyn Villaverde

1

[40]

Realization Study of a Current-Doubler Rectifier for Battery Charging

Kuan-Pin Huang, Guan-Chyun Hsieh, Hung-I Hsieh

2

[38]

Implementation of a Micro Battery Energy Storage System with Hybrid Green Energy

Wen-Chih Yang,

Yu-Hao Xu

3

[25]

Analysis of the induction motor operation measurement considering different slot shape and bearing condition

Yi-Hong Huang,

Maickel Tuegeh,

Ing-Jer Shyu,

Chun-Yao Lee


Session P1bIntelligent Systems III
13:20-15:00 / EE Building 3F

Session Chair
Guan-Chyun Hsieh
Jocelyn Villaverde

1

[42]

Inverse Halftoning Based on K-means Clustering

Jun-Chun Gao

Yu Tai

Wen-Liang Hsue

2

[45]

Gesture-Controlled Omnidirectional Robot Using Kinect

Yi-Wen Hsu

Gabriel Cruz

Marimar Auditor

3

[58]

Somatosensory Control of Omnidirectional Robot Using MPU-6050 Through Bluetooth

Emilio Hsu, Muhammad Hanafi Rinna Andrea Roxas

4

[50]

Fundamental SDN Laboratory Survey & Design

Angelo Alecver Quiniquini, Yi Fang Yang, Ping Yu Wu, Micah Manebo and Elain Camile Buyagao



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