Power Technology and Engineering / 动力工程技术

The Power Technology and Engineering track offers electrical engineers and scientists in universities, research centers and industry to present their work and to share experiences and ideas in the areas of power and energy engineering. It will focus on discussing the challenges in creating smart energy infrastructure for Smart cities, techniques and solutions for stable power supply and avoid major blackouts in the system through micro grids, distributed generation and storage, discussing the technical solutions that can be deployed rapidly and techno-commercially viable, enabling existing grids to accept power injections from all energy resources such as wind, solar, distributed generations etc, interfacing of new and old designs of grid equipment to ensure interoperability of automation and control arrangements, and so on.

ICET 2019/PTE will take place at Chengdu, China, from May 10-13, 2019. This key electronics event should be a "must attend" on your conference calendar.

Call for Papers Timeline / 征稿时间

  • Paper Submission Deadline: 5 Dec. 2018
    截稿时间:2018年12月5日
  • Notification of Acceptance: 20 Dec. 2018
    录用通知时间:2018年12月20日

Call for Papers / 征稿主题

Track 2: Power Technology and Engineering / 动力工程技术

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Topics

• Energy engineering
• Simulation and optimization of energy conversion systems
• Techniques for energy savings in the process industries
• Environmental impact and sustainability of energy systems
• Carbon capture and storage
• Renewable recourses modelling and optimization
• Biorefinery supply chains
• Fuel cell (pem, sofc) systems
• Polygeneration energy systems
• Urban energy systems
• Energy storage systems
• Modelling and optimization of heat pumps, refrigeration and air conditioning systems
• The hydrogen economy (production, distribution and storage)
• Integrated oil and gas production
• Other energy efficient and clean technologies (combustion, etc)
• Alternative fuels
• Electric power systems
• Energy conservation and dissipation
• Energy conversion
• Energy efficiency
• Energy infrastructure issues
• Energy planning
• Energy policy and economics
• Energy storage devices
• Energy sustainability as related to energy and power production, distribution, and usage
• Energy systems operation
• Energy transfer
• Nuclear power issues
• Solar energy
• Sustainable development
• Thermodynamics
• Waste management and environmental issues
• Wind power

ICET 2018/ Power Technology and Engineering Chairs

  • Prof. Chan Siew Hwa, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • Prof. Om Malik, University of Calgary, Canada