Welcome to iSPEC 2019

IEEE PES and CSEE (Chinese Society of Electrical Engineering) have reached an agreement on co-organizing the IEEE Sustainable Power & Energy Conference (iSPEC). Parallel with the IEEE PES General Meeting in North America every summer, iSPEC will be held in China every winter. The iSPEC 2019 will be held November 21-23, 2019 in Beijing, China. The theme of the meeting is: “Grid Modernization for Energy Revolution.” 

We warmly invite the scholars, professors, engineers and students in the field of power & energy to submit your research papers to iSPEC 2019. The iSPEC will bring together practicing power engineers and academics from all over the world. The aim of the conference is to provide an international forum for experts to promote, share, and discuss various issues and developments in the field of power & energy.

IMPORTANT DATES
     Final paper submission
     Jul. 1, 2019
     Notification of acceptance/rejection
     Aug. 1, 2019
     Presentation submission
     Sept. 20, 2019


Conference Topics

The conference organizing committee invites contributions in all areas related to power and energy technologies, including (but not limited to) the following:
1. High renewable energy penetration
    Uncertainty analysis, modeling, and forecasting for renewables and demands;
    Planning and operation of power systems with renewables;
    Stability, reliability, and resilience of power systems with high renewables and power electronics penetration;
    Electricity market and business models, 
    Evolution roadmap of power networks towards high renewables;
2. Multiple energy systems (MES) integration
    Power-heat-gas systems integration;
    Power-transportation system integration;
    Energy-water-environment nexus;
    Advanced methods for MES modeling, planning, and operation;
3. Cyber-physic-society coupling
    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
    Cyber-physical security
    Software defined power and energy systems
    Social behavior analysis for power system participators
4. Flexible resources and end-user demand
    Distributed generation
    Distributed energy storage
    Demand response and electric vehicle charging/discharging
    Micro-grids and nano-grids
    Distributed energy market
5. Emerging technologies applications
    Machine learning and big data analytics;
    Blockchain for distributed applications;
    5G network and communication;
    Cloud computing and edge computing;

Conference Paper Submission Requirements
Papers (maximum length 6 pages) must be prepared in accordance with the IEEE templates (word or latex), available on the Conference Website. Full papers must be submitted to the on-line submission and review site. The papers must include the detailed contact information of authors, especially the name, affiliation, telephone, fax, email and correspondence address of the first author.
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