Smart Grid / 智能电网

The Smart Grid Track offers participants from the academia, electric utilities and industry to discuss the cutting-edge innovations in the smart grid and associated technical developments to transform the existing grid into a smart grid including an increasing number of distributed energy resources and storage facilities.

It will also address current topical issues arising from the operation and control of smart grids, such as smart management systems, grid integration of renewable energy resources, power system stability, demand response and management, energy efficiency, storage devices, smart metering, information technologies (IT), signal processing, intelligent control, among others.

ICET 2018/SG will take place at Chengdu, China, from May 23-27, 2018. This key electronics event should be a "must attend" on your conference calendar.

Call for Papers Timeline / 征稿时间

  • Paper Submission Deadline: 31 March 2018
  • Notification of Acceptance: 15 April 2018

Call for Papers / 征稿主题

Track 3: Smart Grid / 智能电网

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• Energy and Distribution Management Systems
• Wide Area Monitoring, Protection, and Control in Energy Systems
• Information and Communications Technology
• Smart Electricity Markets
• Intelligent Control & Real-Time Stability Assessment
• Smart Sensors and Advanced Metering Infrastructure
• Impact of Smart Grid on Distributed Energy Resources (electric vehicles, demand response, distributed generation, storage)
• Energy Management Systems (with applications to smart buildings and home automation)
• Cyber Security Systems (intelligent monitoring and outage management)
• Smart Grid Interoperability and Standards
• Critical Infrastructure Resiliency (natural disasters, geomagnetic disturbances, etc.)
• Deployable Microgrids
• Smart Grid Deployment, Demonstration Projects and Experiences
• Computational Intelligence and Optimization Techniques
• Power Quality and Efficiency
• Renewable Energy Integration and Storage
• Demand Side Management
• Smart Buildings and Home Automation
• Utility Assets and Power Electronics

ICET 2018/ Smart Grid Chairs

  • Prof. Danny Sutanto, University of Wollongong, Australia
  • Prof. Huang Qi, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China