For Authors - Call for papers
The call for paper is open! Please, submit your extended abstract to https://egrid2023.exordo.com.
Instruction for submitting your extended digest can be found at the end of this page.
Full Paper Submission and PELS journal contributions
The 8th IEEE Electronic Grid (eGrid2023) workshop has opened its submission systems for full paper submission (full papers, max. 8 pages, double-column IEEE format) and gives the opportunity for Authors of already accepted manuscripts in the IEEE Power Electronics Society journals (Transaction on Power Electronics or Open Journal of Power Electronics) to submit their contribution to eGrid2023. The papers will be included in the general program, and presented in poster or oral format.
Considering the thorough review process of PELS journals, these papers will not go through further revision, and they will be evaluated only for the matching with the scope of eGrid2023.
- Opening of submission portal for “full-papers” and PELS journal contributions
- Deadline for the submission of “full-papers” and PELS journals contributions
- Notification of acceptance for “full-papers”
- Final submission with IEEE format
This topic of this edition of eGrid Workshop is “Digitalizing the energy grid”. The need to safely integrate a higher share of renewable energy sources requires faster actuators, more reliable components, and smart systems. For this reason, the 2023 eGrid Workshop focuses on (but it is not limited to) the following topics of interest:
- Power grid of the future
- All-power electronics grids: potential and challenges
- Solid State Transformers & asynchronously-connected grids
- Artificial intelligence and machine learning-based strategies in electric grids
- Enabling distribution side control for security and ancillary services
- Flexibility of distribution grids to provide more control
- Voltage and Frequency control in low inertia grids
- DC grids: control and applications
- HVDC systems and multi-terminal DC grids
- Multi-modal and cellular grids
- Virtual power plants
- More resilient grids
- Power electronics testing in real world
- Power and control hardware in the loop stability and applications
- Real time modelling & Digital twins
- Solid state circuit breakers: design and testing
- Real labs: how to test power electronics in realistic grid conditions
- Standardization and regulatory aspects of electric grids
- Energy storage systems
- Fast dynamic energy storage systems (flywheels, supercaps, SMES, etc.)
- Hydrogen-based energy storage systems
- Hybrid energy storage systems
- Grid services capability of energy storage systems (black start capability, power quality improvements, etc.)
- Energy packet concept: electricity like internet
- Visualization and control of large grid data
- Communications and control of microgrids
- Internet of things
- Cyber- and physical security for future grids
All the submitted papers will be presented in poster format, in order to maximize the exchange between the participants and the industrial speakers.
All authors worldwide are invited to submit their extended digests in a single column, single line template with a text font size of 11pt. The digests should be of no more than 5 pages including figures through the conference website (it will be provided later). The submission must clearly state: the purpose of the work; the manner and degree to which it advances the art; and specific new results that have been obtained and their significance. Full papers should use the IEEE conference template with maximum 6 pages. Additional pages will be charged to authors. A maximum of 8 pages will be accepted in the final proceedings. Significant inconsistency between the accepted digests and the final full paper will be ruled out from the final proceeding.
01.02.2023 Opening submission system
01.06.2023 Submission of digests - EXTENDED
01.07.2023 Notification of acceptance
01.08.2023 Submission of final manuscript
16.-18.10.2023 eGrid Conference