for sustainability

IEEE PowerTech Manchester 2017

Manchester, UK

The 12th IEEE PES PowerTech Conference is co-sponsored by the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) and hosted by the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of The University of Manchester. The IEEE PES anchor conference in Europe will be an international forum for researchers and engineering professionals working in various areas of the electrical power and energy engineering and ICT, both in industry and academia, to network, exchange ideas and discuss results of their research and development work.

Conference main topics
Integration of Low Carbon Technologies

  • Large-scale modelling and smart integration and aggregation of distributed energy sources
  • Energy storage technologies and applications
  • Microgrids and Virtual power plants
  • Modelling and deployment of plug-in electric vehicles and low-carbon transportation
  • Smart cities and smart buildings

System Operation and Planning

  • Reliability and implications of smart grids for asset management
  • Power quality and electromagnetic compatibility
  • Modelling, analysis and operation of mixed AC-DC power systems
  • Market design, pricing and energy policy
  • Generation and Demand forecasting, modelling and management
  • Modelling and analysis of multi-energy systems

System Control and Protection

  • Modelling, control and Security of Critical Infrastructure Systems
  • Wide area monitoring, protection and control – WAMPAC
  • Intelligent monitoring and outage management – self healing grids
  • Modelling, application, control and integration of Power electronics devices
  • Stability analysis of future networks

Communications, Sensors and Data

  • Sensors, communication networks and advanced metering infrastructure
  • Cyber and physical security systems and data acquisition, processing and management
  • State estimation and situational awareness
  • Data analytics and data visualisation

To learn more about the programme and registration procedure, please visit the conference website