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:

(Hossam.gabbar@uoit.ca): with a subject line: SEGE13 student award

 

Who is eligible?

 

Conditions:

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.

 

 

Registration

Online Registration Here

IEEE Student Member Registration: $150 (CAD)

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

 

Submissions

Online submission is now open in this link:

http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sege13

 

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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