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2020 IEEE/PES Transmission and Distribution Conference and Exposition (T&D)

Bi-Annual IEEE PES T&D conference. Largest T&D conference in North America.


2019 21st European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications (EPE '19 ECCE Europe)

Energy conversion and conditioning technologies, power electronics, adjustable speed drives and their applications, power electronics for smarter grid, energy efficiency,technologies for sustainable energy systems, converters and power supplies


2019 IEEE 69th Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC)

premier components, packaging and technology conference


2019 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE)

IEEE-ECCE 2019 brings together practicing engineers, researchers, entrepreneurs and other professionals for interactive and multi-disciplinary discussions on the latest advances in energy conversion technologies. The Conference provides a unique platform for promoting your organization.

  • 2018 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE)

    The scope of ECCE 2018 includes all technical aspects of research, design, manufacture, application and marketing of devices, components, circuits and systems related to energyconversion, industrial power and power electronics.

  • 2017 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE)

    ECCE is the premier global conference covering topics in energy conversion from electric machines, power electronics, drives, devices and applications both existing and emergent

  • 2016 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE)

    The Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE) is focused on research and industrial advancements related to our sustainable energy future. ECCE began as a collaborative effort between two societies within the IEEE: The Power Electronics Society (PELS) and the Industrial Power Conversion Systems Department (IPCSD) of the Industry Application Society (IAS) and has grown to the premier conference to discuss next generation technologies.

  • 2015 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition

    The scope of ECCE 2015 includes all technical aspects of research, design, manufacture, application and marketing of devices, components, circuits and systems related to energy conversion, industrial power and power electronics.

  • 2014 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE)

    Those companies who have an interest in selling to: research engineers, application engineers, strategists, policy makers, and innovators, anyone with an interest in energy conversion systems and components.

  • 2013 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE)

    The scope of the congress interests include all technical aspects of the design, manufacture, application and marketing of devices, components, circuits and systems related to energy conversion, industrial power conversion and power electronics.

  • 2012 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE)

    The IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE) will be held in Raleigh, the capital of North Carolina. This will provide a forum for the exchange of information among practicing professionals in the energy conversion business. This conference will bring together users and researchers and will provide technical insight as well.

  • 2011 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE)

    IEEE 3rd Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition follows the inagural event held in San Jose, CA in 2009 and 2nd meeting held in Atlanta, GA in 2010 as the premier conference dedicated to all aspects of energy processing in industrial, commercial, transportation and aerospace applications. ECCE2011 has a strong empahasis on renewable energy sources and power conditioning, grid interactions, power quality, storage and reliability.

  • 2010 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE)

    This conference covers all areas of electrical and electromechanical energy conversion. This includes power electrics, power semiconductors, electric machines and drives, components, subsystems, and applications of energy conversion systems.

  • 2009 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE)

    The scope of the conference include all technical aspects of the design, manufacture, application and marketing of devices, circuits, and systems related to electrical energy conversion technology


2019 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology (ICIT)

The scope of the conference will cover, but will not be limited to, the following topics: Robotics; Mechatronics; Industrial Automation; Autonomous Systems; Sensing and artificial perception, Actuators and Micro-nanotechnology; Signal/Image Processing and Computational Intelligence; Control Systems; Electronic System on Chip and Embedded Control; Electric Transportation; Power Electronics; Electric Machines and Drives; Renewable Energy and Smart Grid; Data and Software Engineering, Communication; Networking and Industrial Informatics.


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Periodicals related to Smart Grid

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Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on

Contains articles on the applications and other relevant technology. Electronic applications include analog and digital circuits employing thin films and active devices such as Josephson junctions. Power applications include magnet design as well asmotors, generators, and power transmission


Circuits and Systems Magazine, IEEE


Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, IEEE Transactions on

Electrical insulation common to the design and construction of components and equipment for use in electric and electronic circuits and distribution systems at all frequencies.


Electromagnetic Compatibility, IEEE Transactions on

EMC standards; measurement technology; undesired sources; cable/grounding; filters/shielding; equipment EMC; systems EMC; antennas and propagation; spectrum utilization; electromagnetic pulses; lightning; radiation hazards; and Walsh functions


Energy Conversion, IEEE Transaction on

Research, development, design, application, construction, installation, and operation of electric power generating facilities (along with their conventional, nuclear, or renewable sources) for the safe, reliable, and economic generation of electrical energy for general industrial, commercial, public, and domestic consumption, and electromechanical energy conversion for the use of electrical energy


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Software models for Smart Grid

2012 First International Workshop on Software Engineering Challenges for the Smart Grid (SE-SmartGrids), 2012

Smart grid technology is progressing worldwide. Various Countries are investing to transform their traditional power grid to Smart grid. They have started realigning their organization to support a Smart grid vision. At this initial stage some software models are required to quantifiably evaluate, monitor the progress and plan for the realization of a smart grid. At present some models like ...


IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Controls: 2030 and Beyond Reference Model

IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Control: 2030 and Beyond Reference Model, 2013

The Smart Grid is a system of distributed systems whose domains span the more traditionaldomains of bulk generation, transmission, distribution, consumers, markets, and powerelectronics, with the growing penetration of relatively newer domains such as renewables, electricvehicles, and demand-response- compatible loads. Smart Grid control enables prescriptions forinterconnections and interactions among these traditional and emerging domains at the rightinstants, at the right ...


IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Control: 2030 and Beyond Roadmap

IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Control: 2030 and Beyond Roadmap, 2013

This roadmaps parent document, IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Controls: 2030 and Beyond, discusses many topics that outline the evolution of the Smart Grid and the opportunities and challenges that it presents for control, ranging from generators to consumers, from planning to real-time operation, from current practice to scenarios in 2050 in the grid and all of its subsystems. Chapter ...


IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Computing: 2030 and Beyond Roadmap

IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Computing: 2030 and Beyond Roadmap, 2016

IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Computing: 2030 and Beyond provides the results of the IEEE Computer Society Smart Grid Vision Project (CS-SGVP), chartered to develop Smart Grid visions looking forward as far as 30 years into the future. The purpose of these visions is to stimulate investments in computing (technology research and development, standards, and education) that will enable realization ...


IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Vehicular Technology 2030 and Beyond Reference Model (Webinar)

Vehicular IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Vehicular Technology 2030 and Beyond Reference Model (Webinar), 2017

Vehicle electrification is envisioned to be a significant component of the forthcoming Smart Grid. To give the vision of this area, IEEE SMART GRID VISION FOR VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY: 2030 AND BEYOND was published in Jan. 2014. In this document, a Smart Grid vision of electric vehicle technology for the next 30 years and beyond is presented. This webinar picks up ...


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  • Software models for Smart Grid

    Smart grid technology is progressing worldwide. Various Countries are investing to transform their traditional power grid to Smart grid. They have started realigning their organization to support a Smart grid vision. At this initial stage some software models are required to quantifiably evaluate, monitor the progress and plan for the realization of a smart grid. At present some models like Smart Grid Interoperability Maturity Model, Smart Grid Investment Model, Smart Grid Maturity Model and Smart Grid Conceptual Model are available. Smart Grid Interoperability Maturity Model is used to measure the current status of automation in the areas like transmission, distribution and demand side resources. The Smart Grid Investment Model is used in calculating different smart grid investments, along with their strategies. Smart Grid Maturity model is used in planning of utilities in smart grid transformation; prioritize the tasks and measuring their progress at every stage. Smart Grid Conceptual Model is used to analyze different standards and interoperations of smart grid development. A new proposed Smart Grid Monitoring Model will help in understanding smart grid deployment and capability within electric utility companies.

  • IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Controls: 2030 and Beyond Reference Model

    The Smart Grid is a system of distributed systems whose domains span the more traditionaldomains of bulk generation, transmission, distribution, consumers, markets, and powerelectronics, with the growing penetration of relatively newer domains such as renewables, electricvehicles, and demand-response- compatible loads. Smart Grid control enables prescriptions forinterconnections and interactions among these traditional and emerging domains at the rightinstants, at the right locations, and in the right manner (Figure 1). The combined expertise ofcontrol engineers and scientists will ensure that appropriate loops are closed, optimal set pointsand supervisory commands are generated, and desired goals of resiliency, renewables integration,reliability, security, and empowerment of consumers are met [i.e., to realize a Smart Grid vision(Figure 2)].Starting with the planning stages of markets, and following the path of the electron all the wayfrom generation to the end userand increasingly in reverse as wellseveral problems withachieving the desired set criteria and objectives have to be solved in an automated and optimizedmanner. The Smart Grid will be a holistically and pervasively closed- loop system; control will becentral in the grid landscape (Figure 3). The underlying physics, the interconnection topologies,and the dynamic interactions among various domains will inform control algorithms andarchitectures (Figure 4). The challenge is to identify the most dominant features of these physics,interconnections, and interactions (e.g., control- oriented models), as well as to determine the mostefficient, effective, and resilient control solutions. For Corporate or Institutional Access, request a custom quote for your organization at www.ieee.org/smartgridresearch

  • IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Control: 2030 and Beyond Roadmap

    This roadmaps parent document, IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Controls: 2030 and Beyond, discusses many topics that outline the evolution of the Smart Grid and the opportunities and challenges that it presents for control, ranging from generators to consumers, from planning to real-time operation, from current practice to scenarios in 2050 in the grid and all of its subsystems. Chapter 5 of the parent document focuses on major research challenges across the entire grid and the emerging control themes.As pointed out in the reference model for the vision, IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Controls: 2030 and Beyond Reference Model, in order to realize this vision, research needs to be carried out to address all of these challenges.In this document, we provide a roadmap together with time markers for each of these challenges. For Corporate or Institutional Access, request a custom quote for your organization at www.ieee.org/smartgridresearch

  • IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Computing: 2030 and Beyond Roadmap

    IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Computing: 2030 and Beyond provides the results of the IEEE Computer Society Smart Grid Vision Project (CS-SGVP), chartered to develop Smart Grid visions looking forward as far as 30 years into the future. The purpose of these visions is to stimulate investments in computing (technology research and development, standards, and education) that will enable realization of Smart Grid goals. This document, IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Computing: 2030 and Beyond Roadmap, provides a time-phased evolution of Smart Grid characteristics and computing technologies described in the computing vision report across near-term (0-5 years), mid-term (6-15 years), and long-term (15+ years) periods. (For Corporate or Institutional Access, request a custom quote for your organization at www.ieee.org/smartgridresearch)

  • IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Vehicular Technology 2030 and Beyond Reference Model (Webinar)

    Vehicle electrification is envisioned to be a significant component of the forthcoming Smart Grid. To give the vision of this area, IEEE SMART GRID VISION FOR VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY: 2030 AND BEYOND was published in Jan. 2014. In this document, a Smart Grid vision of electric vehicle technology for the next 30 years and beyond is presented. This webinar picks up important topics from the vision document. The surroundings of this area are dynamically changed, new ideas and challenges are continuously created in the world. However, the vision given in the document shows the direction and the goals in the concerning fields, and it still has special meanings. This webinar focuses on such a point. The interactions among smart grid, electric vehicle, road, and communication system are clearly explained. Moreover, as a use case, EV Smart Island project in Nagasaki Goto Islands is explained. I hope this webinar give you some hints for making further steps.

  • IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Communications: 2030 and Beyond Reference Model

    IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Communications: 2030 and Beyond Reference Model, directly overlays events in the power grid with communication performance on the same spacetime model, it ensures a perspective that verifies that any of the myriad of communication technologies chosen will provide the required support for the Smart Grid. For Corporate or Institutional Access, request a custom quote for your organization at www.ieee.org/smartgridresearch

  • IEEE Smart Grid Vision for Vehicular Technology: 2030 and Beyond Roadmap

    The base document is separated into six chapters, each of which has a dedicated focus. However,several issues are discussed in multiple chapters. Considering the overlap of each chapter, thisroadmap is categorized into the following four groups: Penetration models Vehicle grid interaction High-order functions in EV Surrounding of EV. Most items covered in this roadmap are presented in IEEE Smart Grid Vision for VehicularTechnology: 2030 and Beyond and are arranged into the four categories above. In addition totopics from the base document, some topics are newly discussed in this document.For Corporate or Institutional Access, request a custom quote for your organization at www.ieee.org/smartgridresearch

  • An introduction and user's guide to the IEEE Smart Grid Web Portal

    The IEEE Smart Grid Web Portal is an online resource that to date has been accessed by over 50 000 Smart Grid professionals, academics and other interested individuals from around the world. Launched in January of 2010, the IEEE Smart Grid Web Portal is a resource that converges and organizes all Smart Grid-related IEEE events, activities, news and assets into one place- accessible to anyone, anywhere in the world. Users can use the portal to view all upcoming conferences, browse publications and standards, access educational material and view various other IEEE-related content. The portal makes use of an illustrative conceptual model to show how the technical domains in the Smart Grid are interrelated. A novel application of this model provides an interactive gateway feature that allows users to navigate Smart Grid content based upon technical area of interest and filter it based upon date of creation. This paper describes the IEEE Smart Grid Web Portal for the purpose of orienting new users to the portal and details how individuals in the Smart Grid community-in particular those outside North America - can contribute to on-going relevance of this useful resource.

  • Investment-benefit analysis and evaluation model of the smart grid

    The market-oriented risks to the investments of the smart grid is exsited, due to the large investment, long operating cycle and a wide range of management of the smart grid and the uncertainty factors, such as the behaviors of members and volatility of price. And reasonable investment-benefit analysis of the investments will be an important way to prevent risks. The impact of the investment of smart grid on the grid companies is analysised on the operating performance, such as the costs of investment and operation and maintenance and equipment lifetime, and power demand.And the cost-effectiveness model of investments of smart grid is builded, containing an average annual intelligence estimate of investment costs and intelligent benefits. Take smart grid investments in one province as an example, and the results verify the efficiency and rationality of the model.

  • IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Communications: 2030 and Beyond Roadmap

    This IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Communications: 2030 and Beyond Roadmap is a high-levelsupplement of the full vision document IEEE Vision for Smart Grid Communications: 2030 andBeyond. Communication is a major enabling technology for the Smart Grid. We believe that the powergrid will tend to utilize advances in communications since the data exchange requirements willscale up for the Smart Grid. Smart Grid communication will help to improve demand forecasting,enable self-healing from power disturbance events, facilitate active participation by consumers indemand-response mechanisms, and provide resilience against physical and cyber attacks. SmartGrid communication will also help to improve quality of power, allow easy integration ofrenewable energy sources into the grid, foster innovation to enable new products, services, andmarkets, assist in optimization of assets, and improve operating efficiency. For Corporate or Institutional Access, request a custom quote for your organization at www.ieee.org/smartgridresearch



Standards related to Smart Grid

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Guide for Design, Operation, and Integration of Distributed Resource Island Systems with Electric Power Systems

This document provides alternative approaches and good practices for the design, operation, and integration of distributed resource (DR) island systems with electric power systems (EPS). This includes the ability to separate from and reconnect to part of the area EPS while providing power to the islanded local EPSs. This guide includes the distributed resources, interconnection systems, and participating electric power ...


Guide for Smart Grid Interoperability of Energy Technology and Information Technology Operation with the Electric Power System (EPS), and End-Use Applications and Loads

This document provides guidelines for smart grid interoperability. This guide provides a knowledge base addressing terminology, characteristics, functional performance and evaluation criteria, and the application of engineering principles for smart grid interoperability of the electric power system with end use applications and loads. The guide discusses alternate approaches to good practices for the smart grid.


Guide for Technical Guidelines for Interconnection of Electric Power Sources Greater than 10MVA to the Power Transmission Grid

This document provides guidelines regarding the technical requirements, including design, construction, commissioning acceptance testing and maintenance /performance requirements, for interconnecting dispatchable electric power sources with a capacity of more than 10 MVA to a bulk power transmission grid.


Guide to Conducting Distribution Impact Studies for Distributed Resource Interconnection

This guide describes criteria, scope, and extent for engineering studies of the impact on area electric power systems of a distributed resource or aggregate distributed resource interconnected to an area electric power distribution system.


IEEE Application Guide for IEEE Std 1547™, IEEE Standard for Interconnecting Distributed Resources with Electric Power Systems

This guide provides technical background and application details to support understanding of IEEE Std 1547-2003.


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