Section 1. Scientific Instrumentation
The session topics include but not limited to the fundamental and
applied problems of modern scientific instrumentation in optoelectronics,
acousto-optic, microwave technology, antenna systems, measuring technology,
fundamental and applied problems of modern scientific instrumentation
in biology and medicine, achievements in biophotonics.
Section 2. Hardware and software for information and communication systems
The session will include original papers on the current trends in
design and modeling of telecommunication systems, new results in neural
networks and their applications, works on 5G/6G systems including
optical and millimeter-wave communication systems. Original papers
covering fundamental and applied issues of information technologies
in industry and economics will be also considered.
Section 3. Technical robotics
The session will present papers and talks covering the latest
scientific and technical achievements in the field of robotics and
technical cybernetics, including the development of circuit solutions
for devices, as well as issues of mathematical modeling.
Section 4. Reliability, diagnostics and non-destructive testing
The session will include latest scientific results on modern
achievements in defectoscopy and non-destructive testing of materials
and devices for radio- and microelectronics, optoelectronics,
bioengineering, experimental and theoretical works in the field of
reliability of infocommunication devices and systems including methods
for calculating and improving reliability.
Section 5. Theoretical and applied problems of information security
The session will consider modern achievements in areas of information
security hardware and software including neural networks, as well as
the results of theoretical and experimental research in the field of
Section 6. Control and automation systems
The session will include novel researches on modern achievements in
the field of automated control systems, instruments and automation
equipment, measurement, control, diagnostics, mathematical modeling
of devices and systems and other related topics.
Section 7. Digital ecosystems, production and logistics management
The session materials will cover latest achievements in the field of
Internet, cloud and fog technologies, Internet of Things including
sensors and cyber-physical systems, problems of production management
and other related topics.
Section 8. Materials for infocommunication systems
The session will cover the latest results on the theoretical and
experimental researches in the area of new materials used in
infocommunication systems design and production. The session topics
include the electromagnetic properties in the optical, millimeter
and microwave domains, researches on the nonlinear materials,
metamaterials, nanostructures, nanofilms, photonic crystals, chiral
Section 9. Equations of mathematical physics and practical applications
The session will present the papers covering modern achievements in
methods of mathematical physics theory and practical applications of