ICRESG 2023 : 2023 8th International Conference on Renewable Energy and Smart Grid (ICRESG 2023)
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2023 8th International Conference on Renewable Energy and Smart Grid (ICRESG 2023)
Tianjin, China | April 14-16, 2023
2023 8th International Conference on Renewable Energy and Smart Grid (ICRESG 2023)which is in conjunction with 2023 8th Asia Conference on Power and Electrical Engineering (ACPEE 2023), will be hosted in Tianjin, China from April 14 to 16, 2023. The conference will be hosted in Tianjin, China from April 14 to 16, 2023, which is Co-organized by Tianjin University and Hong Kong Society of Mechanical Engineers(HKSME), technically sponsored by IEEE PES Chongqing Chapter, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Auckland University of Technology and Sichuan Society for Electrical Engineering, supported by Journals Center, China Electric Power Research Institute, Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems, Power System Protection and Control, Global Energy Interconnection, media supported by MDPI-Energies.
●Publication & Indexing
1) Accepted and presented papers will be included into The Conference Proceeding. The publisher will submit articles to Engineering Village, Scopus, Web of Science and other databases for review and indexing after publication.
2) Selected papers with great extension will be recommended to publish in Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems, Power System Protection and Control.
3) Selected papers with great extension will be recommended to publish in following journals:
CSEE Journal of Power and Energy Systems(CSEE JPES), High Voltage, Proceedings of the CSEE, Power system Technology, High Voltage Engineering, Electric Power Information and Communication Technology
Prof. Zhengtao Ding, The University of Manchester, UK
Zhengtao Ding is the author of the book: Nonlinear and Adaptive Control Systems (IET, 2013), and a co-author of two other books, and has published over 300 research articles. His research interests include nonlinear and adaptive control theory and their applications, more recently on distributed optimization and distributed machine learning, with applications to power systems and robotics. Prof. Ding has served as the Subject Chef Editor of Nonlinear Control for Frontiers, and Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, IEEE Control Systems Letters, and several other journals. He is a member of IEEE Technical Committee on Nonlinear Systems and Control, IEEE Technical Committee on Intelligent Control, and IFAC Technical Committee on Adaptive and Learning Systems.
Prof. Zhaoyang Dong, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
IEEE Fellow, Prof Dong is a Professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. His previous roles include SHARP professor and Director of UNSW Digital Grid Futures Institute at the University of New South Wales, and Director of Australian Research Council Research Hub for Integrated Energy Storage Solutions. He also worked as Ausgrid Chair Professor and Director of the Ausgrid Centre for Intelligent Electricity Networks providing R&D support for the AUD500m Smart Grid, Smart City national demonstration project of Australia. His research interests include power system planning and stability, smart grid and smart cities, renewable energy systems, electricity market, and computational methods for power engineering applications.
Prof. Chong Kok-Keong, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia
Prof. Dr. Chong Kok-Keong is full professor in Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman and a chartered engineer registered under the engineering council, United Kingdom. For research experience, he has been working in the field of solar energy engineering for more than 20 years with the research interest including concentrating solar power, concentrator photovoltaic system, daylighting, solar cells and solar thermal energy.
Prof. Hongjie Jia, Tianjin University, China
Dr. Jia Hongjie, Professor at School of Electrical Engineering andAutomation, Tianjin University. His research speciality is power systemstability assessment, protection and control, distribution network planningand automation, distributed generation and renewable energy, integratedenergy system, etc.
Prof. Hideo Ishii, Waseda University, Japan
Hideo Ishii joined Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) in 1988. He was a visiting scientist in Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1989 to 1991. He received Ph.D. from the University of Tokyo in 1996. From 2010, he has been engaged in some major smart grid related National projects in Japan as an organizer. He is now a Professor with Advanced Collaborative Research Organization for Smart Society (ACROSS) at Waseda University. His current activity is in Electric Energy System, especially regarding Demand Response (DR) and integration of distributed energy resources (DER) including renewable energy. He has been leading DR standards in Japan. Since August 2020, he has been a Chair of IEC TC 8 SC 8C.
●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
You can submit your full paper through electronic submission system:
●Call for participants
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