European Conference on Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

EECS-POWER 2017
1st European Conference on Power Systems
as part of EECS 2017 
(Bern, Switzerland, November 17-19, 2017) 

   

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* Extended versions will be published in various reputable journals (indexed in IET, ISI, SCOPUS etc...)


Committee:
Prof. Cornelia Aida Bulucea, University of Craiova, Craiova, Romania
Prof. Germano Lambert-Torres, Itajuba, MG, Brazil
Prof. Edoardo Fiorucci, University of L'Aquila, L'Aquila, Italy
Prof. Frangiskos V. Topalis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Prof. George J. Tsekouras, University of Athens of Applied Sciences, Greece
Prof. Jiri Klima, Technical faculty of CZU in Prague, Czech Republic
Prof. Ioannis F. Gonos, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Prof. Igor Kuzle, Faculty of electrical engineering and computing, Zagreb, Croatia
Prof. Mario Luiso, Second University of Naples, Naples, Italy
Prof. Valeri Mladenov, Technical University of Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria
Dr. Fabrizio Ciancetta, University of L'Aquila, L'Aquila, Italy



Topics: 
Generation, transmission & distribution planning
Reliability and security
Dynamic transient stability and voltage stability
Electromagnetic transient evaluations
Insulation co-ordination
Transmission & distribution equipment
Generator Protection and Control
Parallel Operation of Generators
Protection
Portable Power Systems
Corporate planning and management
Alternative energy systems
Environmental issues
Energy Management Systems
Deregulation and Electric Power Market
Impacts of deregulation
Electricity pricing and transactions
Open access
IPP and Co-generation
Power market
Reliability
Optimization Techniques
Electricity Demand Management
Load Management
FACTS and Custom Power Devices for Power Quality,
Power Switching,
Uninterrupted Power Supplies,
Power Factor Compensation and Conditioning,
Capacitor Switching Techniques