Call For Papers

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You are invited to participate ICPSE 2020 which will be held in London, UK during October 23-25, 2020. Authors are required to submit original manuscript, which should be not published.

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Power Generation - Conventional and Renewable:

» Hydropower Technologies and Applications

» Thermal Power Technologies and Applications

» Safe Nuclear Energy Generation and Utilization

» Wind Power Generation and Utilization

» Bio-energy Technologies, Process and Utilization

» New Technologies and Design for Energy Efficiency

» New Technologies for Minimizing CO2 generation

» Environmental-friendly Technologies for Power Generation

» Geothermal and Tidal Wave Energy

» Photovoltaic for Solar Power Applications

» Waste Products as Fuel

» Other Sustainable Energy

 

Power System Management

» Power System Management Technologies

» Integrated Substation Automation Technologies

» Power System Monitoring and Mitigation Technologies

» Online Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis System

» Control Strategies for Modern Power System Stability

» Modeling and Simulation of Large Power Systems

» Application of Wide Area Measurement System (WAMS)

» Power System Analysis and Optimization

» Load Modeling, Estimation and Forecast

» Power System Planning and Operation

 

Power Transmission and Distribution

» Ultra High Voltage (UHV) Technologies

» HVDC and Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS)

» Over-voltage, Lightning Protection and Grounding

» Electromagnetic Transient in High Voltage Power Systems

» Insulation Condition Monitoring in Power Systems

» Advanced Distribution and SCADA Technologies

» Electromagnetic Compatibility in Power Systems

» Plasma Physics and the Pulsed Power Technology

» Electromagnetic Analysis in Power Systems

 

Smart Grid Technologies

» Modeling of Grid Environments

» Agent-based Mechanisms for Grid Markets

» Resource Allocation in Grid Scenarios Using Agent-based Approaches

» Automated Negotiation for Grid Resource Allocation

» Agent-based Simulation of Grid Environments and Markets

» Agent-based Computational Economics for Grid

» Engineering of Grid Markets and Grid Architectures

» Technical Research on Future Application Domain

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