MOCAST 2022

A special issue of Technologies (ISSN 2227-7080). This special issue belongs to the section "Information and Communication Technologies".

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1. Industrial Engineering and Construction Department, University of Balearic Islands, 07122 Palma, Majorca, Spain
2. Balearic Islands Health Institute (Idisba), 07021 Palma, Majorca, Spain
Interests: device modelling; memristors; nonlinear electron device
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Interests: nonlinear circuits and systems; bio-inspired computing; neuromorphic engineering; memristive and memcapacitive technologies; cellular neural/nonlinear/nanoscale networks; theory of complexity
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The 11th International Conference on Modern Circuit and System Technologies on Electronics and Communications (MOCAST 2022) will be held in Bremen, Germany, from 8 to 10 June 2022. The MOCAST technical program includes all aspects of circuit and system technologies, from modeling to design, verification, implementation, and application. This Special Issue aims to publish extended versions of top-ranking papers in the conference. The topics of MOCAST include the following:

  • Analog/RF and Mixed Signal Circuits;
  • Digital Circuits and Systems Design;
  • Nonlinear Circuits and Systems;
  • Device and Circuit Modeling;
  • - High-Performance Embedded Systems;
  • - Systems and Applications;
  • - Sensors and Systems;
  • - Communication Systems;
  • - Network Systems;
  • - Power Management;
  • - Imagers, MEMS, Medical & Displays;
  • - Radiation Front Ends (Nuclear and Space Application);
  • - Education in Circuits, Systems and Communications.

http://www.ids.uni-bremen.de/conf/mocast2022/index.html

Related Special Issues:

Modern Circuits and Systems Technologies on Electronics (2018)

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/technologies/special_issues/MOCAST_electronics

MOCAST 2019: Modern Circuits and Systems Technologies on Electronics

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/technologies/special_issues/mocast2019_electronics

MOCAST 2020

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/technologies/special_issues/MOCAST

MOCAST 2021

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/technologies/special_issues/MOCAST_Technologies

Prof. Dr. Spyridon Nikolaidis
Prof. Dr. Rodrigo Picos
Dr. Alon Ascoli
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A Gas Leakage Detection Device Based on the Technology of TinyML
by Vasileios Tsoukas, Anargyros Gkogkidis, Eleni Boumpa, Stefanos Papafotikas and Athanasios Kakarountas
Technologies 2023, 11(2), 45; https://doi.org/10.3390/technologies11020045 - 22 Mar 2023
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Internet of Things devices are frequently used as consumer devices to provide digital solutions, such as smart lighting and digital voice-activated assistants, but they are also employed to alert residents in the instance of an emergency. Given the increasingly costly nature of present [...] Read more.
Internet of Things devices are frequently used as consumer devices to provide digital solutions, such as smart lighting and digital voice-activated assistants, but they are also employed to alert residents in the instance of an emergency. Given the increasingly costly nature of present neural network systems, it is necessary to transport information to the cloud for intelligent machine analysis. TinyML is a potential technology that has been presented by the research world for building fully independent and safe devices that can gather, analyze, and produce data, without transferring it to distant organizations. This paper describes a gas leakage detection system based on TinyML. The proposed solution can be programmed to identify anomalies and warn occupants via the utilization of the BLE technology, in addition to an incorporated LCD screen. Experiments have been employed to show and assess two distinct test situations. For the first occasion, the smoke detection test case, the system earned an F1-Score of 0.77, whereas the F1-Score for the ammonia test case was 0.70. Full article
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Application and Analysis of Modified Metal-Oxide Memristor Models in Electronic Devices
by Valeri Mladenov
Technologies 2023, 11(1), 20; https://doi.org/10.3390/technologies11010020 - 28 Jan 2023
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The design of memristor-based electronic circuits and devices gives researchers opportunities for the engineering of CMOS-memristor-based electronic integrated chips with ultra-high density and various applications. Metal-oxide memristors have good compatibility with the present CMOS integrated circuits technologies. The analysis of new electronic circuits [...] Read more.
The design of memristor-based electronic circuits and devices gives researchers opportunities for the engineering of CMOS-memristor-based electronic integrated chips with ultra-high density and various applications. Metal-oxide memristors have good compatibility with the present CMOS integrated circuits technologies. The analysis of new electronic circuits requires suitable software and fast-functioning models. The main purpose of this paper is to propose the application of several modified, simplified, and improved metal-oxide memristor models in electronic devices and provide a comparison of their behavior, basic characteristics, and properties. According to this, LTSPICE is utilized in this paper because it is a free software product with good convergence. Several memristor-based electronic circuits, such as non-volatile passive and hybrid memory crossbars, a neural network, and different reconfigurable devices–filters, an amplifier, and a generator are analyzed in the LTSPICE environment, applying several standards and modified metal-oxide memristor models. After a comparison of the operation of the considered schemes, the main advantages of the modified metal-oxide memristor models, according to their standard analogs, are expressed, including fast operation, good accuracy, respectable convergence, switching properties, and successful applicability in complex electronic circuits. Full article
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