About APEEC 2018!

APEEC 2018, Asia Power and Energy Engineering Conference, will take place in Shanghai, China from March 24 to 26, 2018.

Power and Energy Engineering is one of the earliest fields that has developed within Electrical Engineering. It deals with generation, transmission and distribution of electric power. Engineers also work on a variety of power devices and on power conversion (the process of transforming power from one form into another, as in electromechanical or electrochemical processes).

Many power and energy engineers are part of the large team that builds, maintains and develops the large networks that connects power generators with users of this power ("the power grid"). These engineers, who work for power utility companies of governments that maintain power grids design components for the grid, architectures for the grid and devices that either supply power to the grid or draw power from it. Devices that power and energy engineers design and work with include generators, transformers, circuit breakers, relays and transmission lines. Systems the power engineer work on include electrical substations. Some power energy engineers also work on smaller "off grid networks" that generate and supply electricity to independent plants or remote areas. A separate area of expertise is generation, transmission and distribution of power on stand-alone plants such as planes and ships, etc.

In spite of its long history, power and energy engineering is a vibrant and challenging discipline. These engineers are in charge of very large systems whose availability and reliability are critical to society's ability to function and develop. The increase in demand in power, environmental and economical constraints, and the scarcity of some sources of power pose significant challenges to modern power engineers. These require new processes and techniques, new devices, and integration of other disciplines in the design and implementation process.

This conference is an excellent platform for power and energy science researchers and professionals to discuss, distribute and advance the state of research and development of the power and energy fields. The conference facilitates the exchange of insights and innovations between the industry and academia, each represented by leaders in their respective fields.

Apart from an interesting and stimulating program, there will be time to explore Shanghai: the pearl of China, which has been described as the "showpiece" of the booming economy of mainland China.

* All submissions must be original, unpublished, and not submitted concurrently for publication elsewhere.
 

* All accepted papers can be published in Conference proceeding, which is indexed by EI Compendex, Scopus, Thomson Reuters (WoS), Inspec,et al.

* Selected papers can be published in International Journal of Smart Grid and Clean Energy (IJSGCE), indexed by Scopus, EI (INSPEC, IET), DOAJ, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, Google Scholar, Crossref, etc. For more information, please browse here http://www.ijsgce.com/

 

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Call for Papers
Topics of interest include, but not limited to below

Energy Conservation
Energy Conversion
Fuel Cell Technology
Plasma Technology 
Renewable Energy Sources
Solar Energy
Water Energy
Wind Energy
POWER TRANSMISSION AND GENERATION
Converters and Inverters
Fault Diagnosis
Grounding and Protection Systems
HV Power Lines
Network Harmonics
Nuclear Energy
Power Distribution
Power Flow Analysis
Power Quality
Power System Design
Power System Operation
Power System Planning
Power System Stability and Control
    Reliability and Security
    Power system planning, Power management, Power engineering, and Education
    Breakdown Impacts
    Computer Applications and Software Development
    Demand Management
    Electricity Power Pools
    Energy Management Systems
    Energy Policies and Regulation
    Energy Pricing
    Forecasting
    Global Restructuring
    Investment Coordination
    Optimization Techniques
    Power Economics
    Power Engineering and Education
    Power Market Deregulation
    Power System Planning
    Pricing Policies
    Problems of the Power Industry
    Retail Power Markets
    Related topics are also broadly welcomed!

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