Keynote Speakers

6th International Conference on Advanced Technology & Sciences

LATVIA2017 : Keynote Speakers
12 Sep ~ 15 Sep


Prof. Dr. Janis Grundspenkis

Janis Grundspenkis is a Professor of Systems Theory, the Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, and the Head of the Department of Artificial Intelligence and Systems Engineering at Riga Technical University, Latvia. In 1993 he received the degree of Habilitated Doctor of Engineering Sciences from Riga Technical University. He is a full member of Latvian Academy of Sciences.
The most significant scientific achievement of Janis Grundspenkis is the development of structural modelling approach for modelling, analysis, and diagnosis of complex heterogeneous technical systems, with another major research direction being the development of intelligent tutoring and knowledge assessment systems. He has published more than 260 scientific publications.
He was the initiator of the development of the study programme “Computer Systems” at Riga Technical University, and since its establishment in 1994, he is the Director of this programme. Since 1990s his teaching activities are mostly focused on two areas: systems theory and artificial intelligence, in which he has developed and taught more than 15 study courses. He has supervised 12 doctoral students who have successfully defended their theses and received the degree of Doctor of Engineering Sciences.
He is an Editor-in-Chief of the journal “Applied Computer Systems” published by De Gruyter Open. 

Riga Technical University, Latvia

Presentation Title:  "Problems of development of intelligent tutoring and knowledge assessment systems"

Dr. Arturs Aboltins


A.Aboltins received Dr.Sc.Ing in electronics and telecommunications engineering at Riga Technical University (RTU), Latvia in 2013. He is a senior researcher at the Institute of Radioelectronics and a docent at the Department of Electronics Fundamentals, RTU, Latvia. He is an independent expert at the European Commission. His research interests are related to the use of unitary transformations and software defined radio. He is an organizer and a TPC chair of the scientific conference “Advances in Wireless and Optical Communications (RTUWO’17)”. He is a member of IEEE and an officer at IEEE Latvia Section. 

Riga Technical University, Latvia

Presentation Title:  "Use of Parametric Linear Precoding for Creation of Multicarrier Waveforms"