Call for Abstract

3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering, will be organized around the theme “”

Power Engineering 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Power Engineering 2018

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.

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  • Track 1-1Thermodynamics
  • Track 1-2Electrical Machines
  • Track 1-3Plant Automation and Optimization
  • Track 1-4Onsite Renewables
  • Track 1-5Onsite Power
  • Track 1-6Cooling Water Technologies
  • Track 1-7Plant Operations & Maintenance
  • Track 1-8Plant Construction and Supply Chain Management
  • Track 2-1Power System Management Technologies
  • Track 2-2Power System Planning and Operation
  • Track 2-3Load Modeling, Estimation and Forecast
  • Track 2-4Power System Analysis and Optimization
  • Track 2-5Modeling and Simulation of Large Power Systems
  • Track 2-6Control Strategies for Modern Power System Stability
  • Track 2-7Online Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis System
  • Track 2-8Power System Monitoring and Mitigation Technologies
  • Track 2-9Integrated Substation Automation Technologies
  • Track 2-10Power System Protection
  • Track 3-1Ultra High Voltage (UHV) Technologies
  • Track 3-2HVDC and Flexible AC Transmission System
  • Track 3-3Over-voltage, Lightning Protection and Grounding
  • Track 3-4Electromagnetic Transient in High Voltage Power Systems
  • Track 3-5Insulation Condition Monitoring in Power Systems
  • Track 3-6Advanced Distribution and SCADA Technologies
  • Track 3-7Electromagnetic Compatibility in Power Systems
  • Track 3-8Plasma Physics and the Pulsed Power Technology
  • Track 3-9Electromagnetic Analysis in Power Systems
  • Track 4-1Power Electronic Converter Topologies, Design and Control
  • Track 4-2Electronic Machines and Actuators
  • Track 4-3Mechatronics
  • Track 4-4Active Filtering and Unity Power Factor Correction
  • Track 4-5Power Electronics Devices
  • Track 4-6Robotics
  • Track 4-7Power Electronics in Aerospace and Space Applications
  • Track 5-1Market Power and Market Strategies
  • Track 5-2Agent-Based Simulation of Energy Markets
  • Track 5-3Green Certificate Markets
  • Track 5-4Incentives to Investment in Renewable Energies and Distributed Generation
  • Track 5-5Impact of Renewable and Distributed Generation on Networks
  • Track 5-6Innovative Power Generation
  • Track 5-7Impact of New Technologies on the Electricity Market
  • Track 5-8Market Enabling and Enhancing Technologies
  • Track 5-9Regulation of Transmission and Distribution Systems
  • Track 5-10Econometric Models Applied to Energy and Carbon Markets
  • Track 6-1Lithium Ion Cells: Materials and Improvements on Properties
  • Track 6-2Battery Systems
  • Track 6-3Automotive and Mobile Applications
  • Track 6-4Stationary Battery Systems
  • Track 6-5Stationary Battery Systems
  • Track 6-6Next Generation of Voltage Based Battery Fuel Gauges
  • Track 6-7Degradation Mechanisms in Pristine Li-Ion Batteries During Cell Storage
  • Track 6-8New Battery Technologies
  • Track 6-9Li-ion Battery Applications of Moderate Size and Power
  • Track 7-1Fuel Cell Systems and Applications
  • Track 7-2Components and Supplying Technology
  • Track 7-3Fuel Cell and Battery Testing
  • Track 7-4Alkali fuel cells
  • Track 7-5Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells (MCFC)
  • Track 7-6 Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells (PAFC)
  • Track 7-7Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC)
  • Track 7-8Development of Fuel Cells
  • Track 8-1Power Electronics System Simulation and Modeling
  • Track 8-2Information and Smart Meter Reading System
  • Track 8-3Smart Grid Networking
  • Track 8-4Smart Grid Demand Response
  • Track 8-5Intelligent Substation, Distribution and Dispatching
  • Track 8-6Integrated Communication Technology
  • Track 8-7Improved Interface and Decision Technology
  • Track 8-8Communication Infrastructure
  • Track 8-9Version of Smart and Intelligent Grid
  • Track 8-10Smart Appliances and Consumer Devices
  • Track 8-11Dynamic Optimization and Control
  • Track 8-12Impact of Smart Grids in Pricing
  • Track 9-1Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA)
  • Track 9-2Intersolar
  • Track 9-3Hybrid Energy Systems
  • Track 9-4Hydroelectric Energy
  • Track 9-5Geothermal Energy
  • Track 9-6Tidal Power
  • Track 9-7Ocean Energy
  • Track 9-8Wave Energy
  • Track 10-1Electrochemical Energy Storage
  • Track 10-2Mechanical Energy Storage Systems
  • Track 10-3Thermal Energy Storage Systems
  • Track 10-4Pumped Storage Hydro
  • Track 10-5Compressed Air
  • Track 10-6Flywheel Energy Storage
  • Track 10-7Integrated Energy Systems
  • Track 10-8Commercial Applications of Energy Storage
  • Track 11-1Sustainable Infrastructure and Transportation
  • Track 11-2Industrial Waste Treatment
  • Track 11-3Sustainable Graphic Design
  • Track 11-4LEED / Green Building
  • Track 11-5Alternative Energy
  • Track 11-6Transportation Electrification
  • Track 11-7Sustainable Electronics
  • Track 11-8Environmental, Economic and Policy Considerations of Advanced Energy Systems
  • Track 11-9Sustainable Building Energy Systems
  • Track 11-10Energy Water Sustainability
  • Track 12-1Solar Photovoltaics
  • Track 12-2Solar Heating and Cooling
  • Track 12-3Solar Electric
  • Track 12-4Solar Panel
  • Track 12-5Solar Tracking
  • Track 12-6 Solar Battery Storage
  • Track 12-7 Solar Tower Technology
  • Track 12-8Flexible Photovoltaic Technology
  • Track 13-1Wind Energy Integration
  • Track 13-2Wind Turbine Aero Dynamic Noise & Control
  • Track 13-3Wind Turbine Grid Integration
  • Track 13-4Wind Turbine Technology
  • Track 13-5Future Wind Power Market
  • Track 13-6Offshore Deployment and Operation
  • Track 13-7Wind Conditions
  • Track 13-8Impact of Wind Energy on Environment
  • Track 13-9Wind Turbine Technology
  • Track 13-10Wind Turbine Impacts
  • Track 15-1Biomass
  • Track 15-2Biogas
  • Track 15-3 Biodiesel
  • Track 15-4 Biofuels
  • Track 15-5Advanced Biofuels
  • Track 15-6 Biomass Combustion and Co-firing
  • Track 15-7Gasification of Biomass and Waste
  • Track 15-8Energy from Biogas
  • Track 15-9Climate Change Effects of Biomass and Bioenergy Systems
  • Track 15-10Bioenergy Benefits
  • Track 16-1Hydropower Industry
  • Track 16-2Greater Flexibility In Hydropower Operations
  • Track 16-3Hydropower Development Strategy
  • Track 16-4 Key Challenges & Opportunities in Small Hydropower Development
  • Track 16-5Competitiveness Of Hydropower
  • Track 16-6 Hydropower Development in The Climate Change & Environmental Context
  • Track 16-7Analysis Of Current & Future Market Condition Hydropower
  • Track 16-8T he Future of Hydropower Operations
  • Track 16-9Water Framework Directive (WFD) and Applications
  • Track 16-10Technology Innovations in Hydropower Industry
  • Track 17-1Hydro Green Energy
  • Track 17-2Wind Green Power
  • Track 17-3Biomass Green Power
  • Track 17-4Solar Green Power
  • Track 17-5 Electrical Vehicles, Grid to Vehicle (G2V) and Vehicle to Grid (V2G)
  • Track 17-6Large-scale Integration of Distributed Energy Resources
  • Track 17-7Waste to Energy
  • Track 17-8Green Economy
  • Track 18-1Modern system
  • Track 18-2CPV System
  • Track 18-3Floating Solar Arrays
  • Track 18-4Direct Current Grid
  • Track 18-5Standalone Photovoltaic System
  • Track 18-6Advancement of Photovoltaic System
  • Track 18-7Modern Photovoltaics
  • Track 18-8Grid-Connected Photovoltaic System
  • Track 18-9Types of Photovoltaic Technology
  • Track 18-10Direct-Coupled PV System
  • Track 18-11Photovoltaic Hybrid System
  • Track 19-1Photovoltaics
  • Track 19-2 Energy Storage
  • Track 19-3Hydrogen Storage
  • Track 19-4Piezoelectronics
  • Track 19-5Solar Fuels and Thermosolar Power
  • Track 19-6Thermoelectric Materiels
  • Track 19-7Batteries and Supercapacitor Materials
  • Track 21-1Photovoltaic Hybrid System
  • Track 21-2 Distributed Solar Energy
  • Track 21-3Solar Roofs Bill
  • Track 21-4Hydroelectricity
  • Track 21-5Developing Countries
  • Track 21-6Environmental Impact
  • Track 21-7Emerging Technologies
  • Track 22-1Nuclear Fusion Power
  • Track 22-2Nuclear Waste Management
  • Track 22-3Nuclear Decommissioning
  • Track 22-4Comparison with Renewable Energy
  • Track 22-5Nuclear Proliferation
  • Track 22-6Accidents, Attacks and Safety
  • Track 22-7 Life Cycle of Nuclear Fuel
  • Track 22-8 Innovations and Advances in Nuclear Technologies
  • Track 22-9Safety and Reliability Aspects of Nuclear Energy
  • Track 22-10Nuclear Power Plants