ICRESG 2022 : 2022 7th International Conference on Renewable Energy and Smart Grid (ICRESG 2022)
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2022 7th International Conference on Renewable Energy and Smart Grid (ICRESG 2022)
Hangzhou, China | April 15-17, 2022
2022 7th International Conference on Renewable Energy and Smart Grid (ICRESG 2022) which is in conjunction with 2022 7th Asia Conference on Power and Electrical Engineering (ACPEE 2022), will be hosted in Hangzhou, China from April 15 to 17, 2022. The conference is co-organized by Hangzhou Dianzi University and Hong Kong Society of Mechanical Engineers(HKSME), technically sponsored by IEEE PES, IEEE PES Chongqing Chapter, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Auckland University of Technology, Tianjin University, Wuhan University, Sichuan Society for Electrical Engineering, Sichuan Electric Power Technology, Global Energy Interconnection, technically supported by University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Media supported by Journals Center, China Electric Power Research Institute, MDPI-Sensors, MDPI-Energies.
●Publication & Indexing
1) Accepted and presented papers will be included into The Conference Proceeding, which will be submitted to Ei Compendex, Scopus, Thomson Reuters (WoS) and other databases for review and indexing.
2) Selected papers with great extension will be recommended to publish in international SCI, EI indexed journals as follows:
Electric Power Information and Communication Technology, POWER SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY, Proceedings of the CSEE, High Voltage Engineering, High Voltage, CSEE Journal of Power and Energy Systems(CSEE JPES)
3) Selected papers with high quality will be recommended to publish in the special issue "Future Electricity Network Infrastructures" of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220).
4) Selected papers with high quality will be recommended to publish in the Global Energy Interconnection (ISSN 2096-5117), which will be indexed in Ei compendex, Scopus and other databases.
Prof. Qing-Long Han, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Member of the Academia Europaea, IEEE Fellow, FIEAust Fellow, Professor Han is Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Quality) and a Distinguished Professor at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. Professor Han has been conducting research in the areas of networked control systems, cyber physical systems, time-delay systems, multi-agent systems, smart grids, offshore structure, unmanned surface vehicles, cyber security, and neural networks.
Prof. Liangzhong Yao,Wuhan University, China
IET Fellow and registered engineer, senior member of IEEE, member of CIGRE, Chairman of IEC TC122 "UHV AC Transmission System" Technical Standardization Committee, Convenor of IEC TC8 JWG10 "Distributed Power Supply to Grid" Standard Working Group, Associate Editor of CSEE Journal of Power Energy & System and IET Journal of High Voltage. He is an editorial board member of IET Renewable Power Generation, Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clear Energy, Frontier in Energy, Chinese Journal of Electrical Engineering, Power System Automation, China Electric Power, etc.
Dr. Hai Bin Wan, Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization(GEIDCO), China
Dr Hai Bin Wan received his PhD from Bath University UK in 1997. He joined National Grid UK in 1997, working on R&D, planning and system operations. Since 2009, he has been working for State Grid Corporation of China in different areas, Deputy Chief Engineer of State Grid International Development Company, Deputy Director General of State Grid European Office, CTO of National Energy Network Company of Portugal, Deputy Director General of Global Energy Interconnection Office of State Grid, Director General of Development Division of Global Energy Interconnection Group Ltd.，Director General of Media Division of Global Energy Interconnection Group Ltd.
Prof. Hsiao-Dong Chiang, Cornell University, USA
IEEE Fellow, He is currently a professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University. Dr. Chiang is the founder of Bigwood Systems, Inc. (BSI), Ithaca, NY and Global Optimal Technology, Inc., Ithaca, NY. He was on the editorial board of both IEEE Japan and of the journal Electric Power Components and Systems. Professor Chiang's research effort is focused on both theoretical developments and practical applications. Particular areas include nonlinear system theory, nonlinear computations and their practical applications to electric circuits, systems, signals and images.
Prof. Mladen Kezunovic, Texas A&M University, USA
He is the Principal of XpertPower Associates, a consulting firm specializing in power systems data analytics for the last 30 years. His expertise is in protective relaying, automated power system disturbance analysis, computational intelligence, data analytics, and smart grids. He has authored over 650 papers and 10 books and book chapters, given over 120 seminars, invited lectures, and short courses, and consulted for over 50 companies worldwide. Dr. Kezunovic is an IEEE Life Fellow, and a CIGRE Fellow, Honorary and Distinguished Member. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Texas
Prof. San Shing Choi, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
After relocating to Australia in April 2014, he takes on the position of Adjunct Professor of Curtin University of Technology, Perth and Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. In this new role, he continues to supervise graduate students. His research interests include power system control, renewable energy and energy storage systems. He was the recipient of the IEE Sebastian Z.D. Ferranti Premium for the 1989/90 session, the IEEE Power Engineering Society Surge Protective Devices Committee High Interest Paper Award 2004 and the Best Paper Award of the 2011 IEEE Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Asia, ISGT, Perth, Australia.
Dr. Ioannis Lestas, University of Cambridge, UK
Ioannis Lestas is a University Lecturer at the University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering and Fellow of Clare College. He has a PhD from Cambridge in Control Theory, which he completed as a Gates Scholar and Trinity College Research Scholar. He was elected to a Junior Research Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge and was awarded a five year Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowship. He is also the recipient of a five year ERC starting grant. His work has been published in the leading journals in control theory, power systems and smart grids, and in high impact factor journals like Nature.
●Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
※Renewable (Green) Energy Systems and Sources (RESSs) as Wind Power, Hydropower, Solar Energy, Biomass, Biofuel, Geothermal Energy, Wave Energy, Tidal energy, Hydrogen & Fuel Cells, Energy Storage
※New Trends and Technologies for RESSs
※Policies and Strategies for RESSs
※Energy Transformation from Renewable Energy System (RES) to Grid
※Novel Energy Conversion Studies for RESs
※Power Devices and Driving Circuits for RESs
※Control Techniques for RESs
※Grid Interactive Systems Used in Hybrid RESs
※Performance Analysis of RESs
※Decision Support Systems for RESSs
※Renewable Energy Research and Applications for Industries
※RESSs for Electrical Vehicles and Components
※Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Studies for RESs and Applications
※Computational Methods for RESSs
※Energy Savings for Vehicular Technology, Power Electronics, Electric Machinery and Control, etc.
※New Approaches in Lightings
※Public Awareness and Education for Renewable Energy and Systems
※Reliability and Maintenance in RESSs
※Smart grids and RESSs
※Safety and Security of RESSs
※Renewable Energy Systems in Smart Cities
※Future Challenges and Directions for RESSs
※Smart grid technologies (for power generation, transmission and distribution systems, and energy conversion and storage devices).
※Smart grid communication and information technologies
※Distributed generation and micro-grid
※Electric vehicle charging technology and system integration
※Micro-grid applications and islanding operation
※Smart grid measurements, protection, control and operation
※Physical, cyber and system security for smart grid
※Computation intelligence and IEDs for smart grids
※Sensing, communication and smart metering infrastructures
※Demand side management, smart buildings and home automation
※Diagnostics, self-healing and reliability of smart grids
※Power quality issues and FACTS devices
※Electricity markets, incentives, regulation and pricing
※Smart grid interoperability, standards and codes
※Demand response and management through smart grid technology
※Renewable energy integration and storage
※Smart grid planning, economic, environment and policy issues
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●Call for participants
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