ICVL 2021

Accepted Abstract List


Last updated: 2021-08-07

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Name, Title, Affiliation, Country

Section, Title of paper, Abstract of paper

1. VLADA MARIN, PhD Assoc. Professor,
University of Bucharest,
România
vlada[at]fmi.unibuc.ro
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Dr. Ștefan Odobleja: The history of Cybernetics needs to be reviewed. Where was Cybernetics born?

Abstract: The author's analysis after 40 years (1938-1978). "Consonantal Psychology" (1938-1939) was a Cybernetics. Consonantal psychology is, through its conceptual content, the first cybernetics in the universal scientific literature.
In 1978, Stefan Odobleja compares his work Consonantist Psychology, written in 2 volumes with N. Wiener's Cybernetics written in 1948.
With relevant arguments answer the following questions:
At the Cardiology Institute in Mexico?
At the 1944 meeting at Princeton?
At Harvard University School of Medicine?
At the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Bucharest?
"Consonantal psychology" was a cybernetic because it conceived of the brain as a "thinking machine" (p. 857) proceeding to the analysis of thought in a machinist vision, updated and modernized. In order not to limit itself only to the description of what exists in the brain, it did not stop only at the study of natural thought, it very confidently predicted the transition from analysis to synthesis (p. 500) to extend our preoccupations from natural thinking to artificial or instrumental thinking (p. 733), thinking with machines (p. 734; p. 857) with a warm plea for the transition to their realization
2. VLADA MARIN, PhD Assoc. Professor,
University of Bucharest,
România
vlada[at]fmi.unibuc.ro
Section: M&M
Title of paper: About the creation, learning and organization of the mind: Dr. Ștefan Odobleja's will for young people

Abstract: Text written by Dr. Ștefan Odobleja in 1966 (manuscripts)
• Processing after Ștefan Odobleja jr., The destiny of a visionary dr. Ștefan Odobleja, Editura Publicitaria, 2017, pp. 219-229 (https://odobleja.ro/)
"It is the fault of society and the family, of pedagogy and of the school that the creative ones do not evolve towards their natural destiny and that so often some wrecks of the society arrive, instead of constituting the stars" dr. Ştefan Odobleja
• The need for creation
• The need for learning
• The need to solve problems
• The need to organize the mind
• The need for diversified work
• The need to discipline the senses and imagination, to use experiments
• The need for classification, comparison, analysis and synthesis
• The need for living logic
Ref - http://c3.cniv.ro/?q=2021/odobleja
3. BOGDAN MIHAI, PhD Assoc. Professor,
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu,
Romania
mihai.bogdan[at]ulbsibiu.ro
Section: TECH
Title of paper: Virtual Instrument for Measuring Light Intensity

Abstract: Lighting and light distribution have a crucial influence on factors such as performance and occupational safety.
This paper aims to create a virtual instrument (VI), developed around the Arduino Uno development platform, designed to measure the light intensity using the BPW34 sensitive silicon PIN photodiode. The reverse biased photodiode can be used as a light detector by monitoring the current flowing through it. Coupled to a 10Kohm resistor and considering the specifications of the BPW34 model, a simple relationship is offered between lux (light intensity) and voltage across the resistance. The virtual instrument read this voltage and convert it to a light intensity value in Lux. There is also an alarming function if the light intensity exceeds the set
value. The VI also shows basic statistics like Max, Mean and Min light intensity value.
4. MEDIA MARIUS, Researcher,
BELOIU ROBERT, Lecturer,
University of Pitesti, Faculty of Electronics, Communications and Computers,
Romania
mediamarius[at]yahoo.com
Section: TECH
Title of paper: The incipient electrical faults diagnosis of photovoltaic panels

Abstract: In recent decades, the development of renewable energy sources such as photovoltaic (PV) panels is constantly increasing. In case of a PV plant, the optimum efficiency is affected by the efficiency of the individual PV panel (in commercial PV panels this is between 8-15 %). In this context, the diagnosis of internal electrical faults in the incipient phase of solar panels is important. In this paper the authors highlighted by a new method, the incipient internal electrical defects of the photovoltaic panels such as the degradation of the internal parasitic resistance values like the series resistance Rs, respectively the shunt resistance Rsh. The diagnosis of these faults using the current-voltage differential characteristic was made using Matlab/Simulunk numerical models of healthy PV panel, respectively PV panel with incipient internal electrical faults. The input values for the numerical models used were the parameter values from the technical specification of the Solarex MSX-60 photovoltaic panel manufacturer. The off line diagnosis of the incipient electrical faults of each PV component of a PV system aims to increase the efficiency of the entire system.
5. DINEVA SNEJANA, PhD Professor,
Trakia University, Faculty of Technics and Technologies, Food Technology, Yambol,
Bulgaria
snezhana.dineva[at]trakia-uni.bg
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Challenges in education during second year of pandemic

Abstract: The assessment quality of education during second year of pandemic was carry out. Under continuous social isolation, the maintains of students’ motivation to study appears as a major problem with all consequences – lower attention to virtual lectures; lower virtual practice; and over 50 % drop of students in some specialties. Trakia University, including Faculty of Technics and Technologies had online well-developed virtual learning environment on Moodle, since 2008. Up to pandemic closure, the mixed methods of learning were applied with great success. The first wave of pandemic pass without strong negative effect on quality of education. Even more, it has gave to the students and teachers new opportunities for implementing the innovative methods of learning in vast rate. Students, teachers and administration stuff got adapted to the new circumstances and cope well. Nevertheless, the influence of global health crisis triggered insecurity for the human future well-being and increased the chronic stress that deteriorate the authority of institutions and rearranged the human priorities. In the field of education, that process of ‘pandemic fatigue’ that was remarked as undermined the attendance of on-lectures, lower motivation of learning and drop of students during the second year.
Keywords: e-learning, COVID-19, pandemic fatigue, quality of education
6. DESPOT DELCHEV, PhD Professor,
SANDEVA VASKA, PhD Professor,
ZLATEV ZLATIN, PhD Assoc. Professor,
Goce Delchev University, Stip, R. N. MACEDONIA, Department of Architecture and Design;
Trakia University, faculty of Technics and technologies, Yambol,
Bulgaria
zlatin.zlatev[at]trakia-uni.bg
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Design Strategy – Art, education and Functions

Abstract: Design covers many different disciplines and each of them has its own specialized need, preparation and practice. By design we mean the integration of art and technology to create products, communication and the environment to meet human needs. We also think of design as conveying the spiritual values of national art and culture in innovative artifacts. Great designers have a responsibility to subtly educate the company about values to create a striking and intuitive work, it is very important that the designer has something to say. Developing a design concept that strives to become innovative is of great importance, the more innovative the concept is and the more likely the visual interpretation is to be innovative. The talent of the designer plays a big role in how successful he will be in interpreting the concept of the work. New ideas arise in the minds of creative individuals in their hard-to-reach lonely side of consciousness that the average person cannot comprehend.


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