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 International Conference on Energy Engineering and Smart Grids (ESG 2018)
Venue: Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge city, United Kingdom
25-26 June, 2018

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                        

 The International Conference on Energy Engineering and Smart Grids will be held from June 25-26 2018 in Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge city, United Kingdom. Through its technical program, the conference aims to provide an outstanding opportunity for both academic and industrial communities alike to address new trends and challenges, emerging technologies and progress in standards on topics relevant to today’s fast moving areas of Energy Engineering and Smart Grids.

 

ESG 2018 will offer oral, poster sessions, tutorials, and professional meetings. The program of the ESG 2018 Conference intends to foster interaction so as to open the way to future cooperation between participants. All researchers and teams who develop research or recently became interested in the domains of Energy Engineering and Smart Grids are invited. Submitted papers are expected to cover state-of-the-art technologies, theoretical concepts, standards, products implementation, ongoing research projects and innovative applications of  Energy Engineering and Smart Grids.

 

Authors are invited to submit papers. Presenting original research in all areas of  Energy Engineering and Smart Grids. Original unpublished manuscripts, and not currently under review in another journal or conference, are solicited in relevant areas including, but not limited to:

 

Topics:

Energy Engineering

  • Simulation and optimization of energy conversion systems

  • Environmental impact and sustainability of energy systems

  • Carbon capture and storage

  • Renewable resources modelling and optimization

  • Urban energy systems

  • Energy storage systems

  • Modelling and optimisation of  heat pumps, refrigeration and air conditioning systems

  • The hydrogen economy (production, distribution and storage)

  • Advanced application

  • Energy management

  • Safety and security

  • Energy resources technologies (Bio-Energy, Geothermal, Hydrogen, Hydro-power, Ocean, Solar, and Wind)

 

Smart Grids

  • Smart grids (modelling, technologies,  management and control, software, applications, challenges)

  • Renewable sources integration with grid

  • Power quality    

  • Demand response  

  • Enhancing smart grid stability with the implementation of heuristic algorithms

  • Advanced metering infrastructure  

  • Smart grid cyber security    

  • Smart grid communications       

  • Machine learning techniques

  • ICT and communication requirements for smart power quality assessment and improvement

  • Techno-economic effects of power quality problems in smart grids

  • Smart  transducers  and  sensors for  grid management and energy distribution

  • Advances in smart grid sensing

  • Sensors for  smart  mobility and building automation