IEEE International Conference on Smart Energy Grid Engineering (SEGE’13)


28-30 August, 2013

UOIT, Oshawa, Canada


Student Innovation Competition





How to apply?

Abstract submission: Normal paper submission

And send email message to Dr. Hossam A.Gabbar with your paper-ID to:

( with a subject line: SEGE13 student award


Who is eligible?



1. To win, the student must register, submit paper (as first author), and present the paper in the conference. And student must attend award ceremony during the conference dinner (28-Aug, 7pm).

2. The student must be a registered student in a degree program: Bachelor, Master or PhD.


Evaluation Criteria

Originality of the idea (30%)

Paper quality (30%)

Student presentation (40%)


Student Presentations

During the conference, as per conference program of session-paper schedule.




Online Registration Here

IEEE Student Member Registration: $150 (CAD)

Student Non-IEEE Member Registration: $200 (CAD)



Online submission is now open in this link:


Student Innovation Topics

Similar to the conference scope and topics, which include (but not limited to) the following:


Topics of interest include (but not limited to) the following:

-         Grid infrastructures design, planning, operation and management

-         Thermal networks, storage, import / export, control, optimization, and applications

-         Hydrogen and natural gas networks, production and supply chain, integration

-         Power generation systems design and applications

-         Sensors, communications and network

-         Grid modeling, simulation, and data management

-         Energy efficiency, conservation, and savings

-         Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) systems, CNG Vehicles, clean transportation

-         Grid protection, reliability, energy / power quality and maintenance

-         Smart metering, measurement, instrumentation, and control

-         Information, security and privacy

-         Transmission & distribution lines, and infrastructures

-         Renewable energy, wind, solar, fuel cells and distributed generation within microgrids

-         Computational intelligence and optimization

-         Smart homes, cities, communities

-         Life cycle assessment, pricing, policies, and energy planning

-         Standardization and interoperability

-         Smart energy grid education




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