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IECON 2020 - 46th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society

IECON is focusing on industrial and manufacturing theory and applications of electronics, controls, communications, instrumentation and computational intelligence.


2020 IEEE Power & Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT)

Innovative Smart Grid Technologies

  • 2010 Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT)

    -Power and Energy System Applications (generation, transmission, distribution, distribution, markets, operations, and planning) - Cyber and Physical Security Systems (Intelligent Monitoring and Outage Management)-Smart Sensing, Communication, and Control in Energy Systems; - Wireless Communications and Advanced Metering Infrastructure; -Energy Mgmt Systmes (with applications to buildings and home automation); - Interdependent Energy Infrastructures (with applications to gas, water, transportation, and telec

  • 2011 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT)

    Power and Energy System Applications (generation, transmission, distribution, distribution, markets, operations, and planning) - Cyber and Physical Security Systems (Intelligent Monitoring and Outage Management)-Smart Sensing, Communication, and Control in Energy Systems; - Wireless Communications and Advanced Metering Infrastructure; -Energy Mgmt Systmes (with applications to buildings and home automation); - Interdependent Energy Infrastructures (with applications to gas, water, transportation, and more.

  • 2012 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT)

    Power and Energy System Applications (generation, transmission, distribution, distribution, markets, operations, and planning) - Cyber and Physical Security Systems (Intelligent Monitoring and Outage Management)-Smart Sensing, Communication, and Control in Energy Systems; - Wireless Communications and Advanced Metering Infrastructure; -Energy Mgmt Systmes (with applications to buildings and home automation); - Interdependent Energy Infrastructures (with applications to gas, water, transportation, and more.

  • 2013 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT)

    Power and Energy System Applications (generation, transmission, distribution, distribution, markets, operations, and planning) - Cyber and Physical Security Systems (Intelligent Monitoring and Outage Management)-Smart Sensing, Communication, and Control in Energy Systems; - Wireless Communications and Advanced Metering Infrastructure; -Energy Mgmt Systmes (with applications to buildings and home automation); - Interdependent Energy Infrastructures (with applications to gas, water, transportation, and more.

  • 2014 IEEE Power & Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT)

    Power and Energy System Applications (generation, transmission, distribution, distribution, markets, operations, and planning) - Cyber and Physical Security Systems (Intelligent Monitoring and Outage Management)-Smart Sensing, Communication, and Control in Energy Systems; - Wireless Communications and Advanced Metering Infrastructure; -Energy Mgmt Systmes (with applications to buildings and home automation); - Interdependent Energy Infrastructures (with applications to gas, water, transportation, and more.

  • 2015 IEEE Power & Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT)

    Power and Energy System Applications (generation, transmission, distribution, distribution, markets, operations, and planning) - Cyber and Physical Security Systems (Intelligent Monitoring and Outage Management)-Smart Sensing, Communication, and Control in Energy Systems; - Wireless Communications and Advanced Metering Infrastructure; - Energy MgmtSystems (with applications to buildings and home automation); - Interdependent Energy Infrastructures (with applications to gas, water, transportation, and more.

  • 2016 IEEE Power & Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT)

    The Conference will be a forum for participants to discuss state-of-the-art innovations in smart grid technologies and will feature plenary and panel sessions as well as technical paper presentations and poster sessions.

  • 2017 IEEE Power & Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT)

    Forum for participants to discuss state of the art innovations in smart grid technologies and will feature plenary and panel sessions as well as technical paper presentations and poster sessions

  • 2018 IEEE Power & Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT)

    Forum for participants to discuss state of the art innovations in Smart Grid Technologies and will feature plenary and panel sessions as well as technical paper presentations and poster sessions.

  • 2019 IEEE Power & Energy Society Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT)

    Innovative Smart Grid Technologies


2017 7th International Conference on Power Electronics Systems and Applications - Smart Mobility, Power Transfer & Security (PESA)

The 7th International Conference on Power Electronics Systems and Applications (PESA 2017)will be held from 12th to 14th December 2017 in Hong Kong. The conference is organized byPower Electronics Research Centre (PERC), Department of Electrical Engineering at the HongKong Polytechnic University. It is supported by IEEE and HKIE, several electric vehicles,environment and energy related organizations and industries. This conference focuses on recent innovations and technological progress in power electronicsand related domains with the theme as "Smart Mobility, Power Transfer & Security" but to bedefined properly by the organizing committee. The conference is a key platform to disseminateknowledge among academics and engineers worldwide, and provide high quality research andindustrial interaction for the advancement of technology. It includes technical presentations andpanel discussions by eminent practicing engineers and academics.


2012 Second International Conference on Electric Information and Control Engineering (ICEICE)

Instrument and measurement technology, information processing, control and automation engineering.

  • 2011 International Conference on Electric Information and Control Engineering (ICEICE)

    instrument and measurement technology, information processing, control and automation engineering


2011 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Power System Automation and Protection (APAP)

The APAP2011 will communicate and discuss about the design, manufacture, operation and management for protection and power system automation, aims to providing opportunities to the participants to share experience and implementations.



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Underwater multi-robot persistent area coverage mission planning

OCEANS 2016 MTS/IEEE Monterey, 2016

The search mission for the missing MH370 airplane demonstrated that an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) managed by a crew is a reliable resource for critical missions. However, it highlighted the cost associated with human support in robotic operations. This paper presents a mission planning strategy that takes mission constraints such as number of available AUVs and their characteristics, as well ...


A Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Quasi-Static Wireless Power Transfer for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Transit Buses

2015 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), 2015

This study evaluates the costs and benefits associated with the use of a stationary-wireless- power-transfer-enabled plug-in hybrid electric bus and determines the cost effectiveness relative to a conventional bus and a hybrid electric bus. A sensitivity sweep was performed over many different battery sizes, charging power levels, and number/location of bus stop charging stations. The net present cost was calculated ...


Design and Optimization of Solar, Wind, and Distributed Energy Resource (DER) Hybrid Power Plant for Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station in Rural Area

2018 5th International Conference on Electric Vehicular Technology (ICEVT), 2018

Electric vehicles offer many advantages ranging from easy access and abundance of electrical energy sources. The objective of this paper is to obtain the best configuration of the hybrid power systems for charging station in a rural area such as Labuan bajo, Indonesia. Thus, the best configuration obtained is then installing with three types of energy storage namely Lead Acid ...


Research on Electric Vehicle Charging Methods and Business Model

2015 8th International Conference on u- and e-Service, Science and Technology (UNESST), 2015

Electric vehicles with high energy efficiency, low emissions, low noise, is an important means to solve energy and environmental problems, but constrained by the lack of charging facilities, through charging station, charging pile for power plants and their operating properties compare features and advantages of the defect, for different periods of charging facility selection, spatial distribution, potential investors the main ...


Comparison of the efficiency of drives with different energy sources for small city buses

2014 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON), 2014

This article describes a comparison of city buses with different powered drives (diesel and electric). The comparison is made on the case of the Municipality of Velenje which has a free public transport. Depending on current prices of energy sources the efficiencies of drives are compared, the purchase price of new vehicles and the cost of operating leasing of buses.



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  • Underwater multi-robot persistent area coverage mission planning

    The search mission for the missing MH370 airplane demonstrated that an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) managed by a crew is a reliable resource for critical missions. However, it highlighted the cost associated with human support in robotic operations. This paper presents a mission planning strategy that takes mission constraints such as number of available AUVs and their characteristics, as well as charging resources available (both energy-carrying agents and charging stations) to generate a set of efficient trajectories for AUVs and locations for either energy-carrying agents rendezvous or charging stations placement. The goal is to ensure efficient use of the resources and reduce operational costs.

  • A Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Quasi-Static Wireless Power Transfer for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Transit Buses

    This study evaluates the costs and benefits associated with the use of a stationary-wireless- power-transfer-enabled plug-in hybrid electric bus and determines the cost effectiveness relative to a conventional bus and a hybrid electric bus. A sensitivity sweep was performed over many different battery sizes, charging power levels, and number/location of bus stop charging stations. The net present cost was calculated for each vehicle design and provided the basis for design evaluation. In all cases, given the assumed economic conditions, the conventional bus achieved the lowest net present cost while the optimal plug-in hybrid electric bus scenario beat out the hybrid electric comparison scenario. The study also performed parameter sensitivity analysis under favorable and high unfavorable market penetration assumptions. The analysis identifies fuel saving opportunities with plug-in hybrid electric bus scenarios at cumulative net present costs not too dissimilar from those for conventional buses.

  • Design and Optimization of Solar, Wind, and Distributed Energy Resource (DER) Hybrid Power Plant for Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station in Rural Area

    Electric vehicles offer many advantages ranging from easy access and abundance of electrical energy sources. The objective of this paper is to obtain the best configuration of the hybrid power systems for charging station in a rural area such as Labuan bajo, Indonesia. Thus, the best configuration obtained is then installing with three types of energy storage namely Lead Acid and UNS Lithium battery such as Lithium Ion and Lithium Ferro Phosphate (LFP) to determine the minimum cost of operation and energy cost in a year. The results showed by implementing hybrid systems from PV and DER is the best configuration for off grid charging station. The most optimal battery in off grid system achieved by installing UNS LFP batteries. As a conclusion, by utilizing hybrid power generation technology, the potential for renewable energy in rural areas can be the main key in realizing the availability of charging stations in rural areas with affordable price for supporting electric vehicles infrastructure.

  • Research on Electric Vehicle Charging Methods and Business Model

    Electric vehicles with high energy efficiency, low emissions, low noise, is an important means to solve energy and environmental problems, but constrained by the lack of charging facilities, through charging station, charging pile for power plants and their operating properties compare features and advantages of the defect, for different periods of charging facility selection, spatial distribution, potential investors the main building, operating and profit model main policy proposals. We discussed the prospects for power plants and its impact on the future of the automobile industry structure brings analyzes the different roles of government and charging network operators in the future electric car industry system.

  • Comparison of the efficiency of drives with different energy sources for small city buses

    This article describes a comparison of city buses with different powered drives (diesel and electric). The comparison is made on the case of the Municipality of Velenje which has a free public transport. Depending on current prices of energy sources the efficiencies of drives are compared, the purchase price of new vehicles and the cost of operating leasing of buses.

  • Flexible Charging Coordination for Plug-in Electric Vehicles based on Uniform Stochastic Charging Demand and Time-of-Use Tariff

    In this study, a novel flexible plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) charging coordination scheme is proposed for the multi-charger station of an office building. Based on uniform stochastic charging demand (USCD) analysis of the PEVs in the building, charging time of PEVs can be prioritized with their arrival times and parking durations to mitigate the service conflicts during high demand. Also, charging time can be shifted to minimize the charging cost under dynamic time-of-use (TOU) tariff, where the high price time slots are penalized. In this manner, the proposed flexible coordination scheme improves service satisfaction as well as charging cost benefit even under the limited charging resources. For evaluation of the charging schemes, the entry-and-exit records of an office building parking lot are investigated assuming a certain percentage of the PEVs penetration with a TOU tariff. Since vehicles' arrivals are concentrated in the morning while their departures are distributed over the day, the proposed flexible charging coordination improves charging request execution rate, relative to uncoordinated charging approach such as first come first serve (FCFS). Also, overall charging cost can be further saved by jointly considering the TOU with USCD.

  • Effect of Walking with a Robot on Child-Child Interactions

    To promote psychosocial development in children, a number of efforts are being made to improve child-child interactions. In this paper, we determine whether walking with a robot has a positive effect on child-child interactions. We developed a walking-together system consisting of two methods of walking: (1) walking hand in hand and (2) following a person by tracking the face. After applying the system to Pepper, a humanoid robot, we conducted the field experiment in a science museum in two phases. The first phase was in an open laboratory, setting in which people (including children) freely interacted with the robot. The second phase was the experimental setting in which 2-3 children simultaneously interacted with the robot. We observed the kinds of child-child interactions that occurred in the two phases of the experiment. We also determined what would be important to generate longer child-child interactions by walking together.

  • Study on EV charging infrastructure in Jeju Island

    The provincial government of Jeju Island made a plan to make Jeju Island a carbon-free region by 2030 and has made great strides in implementing it. An important sub-plan to construct the carbon-free island is to have electric vehicles (EVs) on the island. The EV penetration plan is scheduled to replace 30% of the vehicles with EVs by 2020 and 100% of the vehicles with EVs by 2030. To allow the smooth entrance of EVs in the island based on the plan, EV chargers will be needed in many places. This paper introduces a plan by the Jeju provincial government to construct EV charging infrastructure. In addition, this paper presents the status of chargers provided in the respective regions, and discusses the recent changes in the policy for constructing EV charging infrastructure and its reasons.

  • A comparison of electric vehicle Level 1 and Level 2 charging efficiency

    As electric vehicle penetration grows, it is important to ensure that this new technology is deployed such that long-term efficiency and environmental benefits are maximized. In this study we examined the charging efficiency of Level 1 (120 Volt) and Level 2 (240 Volt) Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE). Charging efficiency was defined as the percentage of power drawn from the electric grid that is actually taken up by the vehicle battery. We installed logging devices in 2 Nissan Leafs and 2 Chevrolet Volts in Vermont to track charging efficiency at each Level 1 and Level 2 charging event. Data was collected between June and November 2013 to provide a range of climatic conditions. Usable data was obtained from 115 charges and mean charging efficiency was found to be 85.7%. On average, Level 2 charging was 5.6% more efficient than Level 1 (89.4% vs. 83.8%). In those charges in which the battery took up less than 4 kWh, this difference in efficiency was even greater: 87.2% for Level 2 vs. 74.2% for Level 1. Efficiency gains of Level 2 charging also increased under low (<; 50°F) and high (> 70°F) temperatures. These results suggest that the impact of the observed efficiency gains may be biggest at public charging stations, where charging times tend to be short and climatic conditions more variable, rather than residential charging. Future research should consider the relative efficiency of DC Fast charging and wireless charging, as well as how charging efficiency varies among vehicle models and at lower temperatures (<;32°F).

  • An improved cell transmission model of traffic considering electric vehicles and charging stations

    In this paper, we extend a previously introduced traffic cell transmission model (CTM) to take electric vehicles (EVs) and charging stations (CSs) into account. The CTM is improved in the following aspects: firstly, traffic demand of multiple origins-destinations (O-D) is considered, whereas the original CTM can not simulate the specific traffic demand of each O-D pair; secondly, CSs are integrated into CTM by developing new queueing cells and charging cells, which could also describe the specific configurations of each CS and model the queueing phenomenon in CSs; third, EVs at different states of charge are considered and, thus, the spatial-temporal charging demands in CSs can be estimated with good approximation.



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