Keynote Speaker I
Prof. Adam Waldemar Skorek
IEEE Fellow, IEEE Electron Devices Society Distinguished Lecturer
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Research Group
on Industrial Electronics of the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières, Canada
Biography: Prof. Adam Waldemar Skorek, M’87, SM’90, F’09 completed Master of Electrical Engineering Program at Białystok University of Technology (Poland) receiving both Master and Engineer degrees in 1980. He received a Doctor of Technical Sciences Degree in Electrical Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology (Poland) in 1983. On 1987, he joined the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières (UQTR), where currently, he is a Full Professor and Director of the Research Group on Industrial Electronics. He founded the UQTR’s Electro-Thermal Management Laboratory which succeeded both the NanoHeat Laboratory and the UQTR’s Industrial ElectroHeat Laboratory founded and directed by himself since 1989. He is conducting the electrical engineering courses for bachelors, masters and Ph.D. students. His research works was granted by NSERC, CFI, FRQNT, MITACS and industry. He published and co-published over 130 papers including works on High Performance Computing applications in electro-thermal analysis. He is currently representative of the UQTR at the Canadian Microelectronics Corporation. Volunteering more than 30 years in IEEE, he contributed on various positions including the IEEE Fellow Committee Member and the IEEE MGA Awards and Recognition Committee Chair.