Manchester Energy and Electrical Power System Symposium 2021: Power Systems in a Post-Pandemic Era
Date: Wed, 3rd – Fri, 5th November 2021
Time: 14:00– 17:00, UK Local Time
Location: Online via Zoom
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, MEEPS2021 is made online and free to attend for everyone.
The Manchester Energy and Electrical Power Systems (MEEPS) symposium has been held annually since 2013 and is widely recognised as a great platform for researchers and young professionals in the Power and Energy Sector to showcase their work and exchange knowledge regarding the future trend of the power systems.
Call for Abstract
The 9th MEEPS will be held in November 2021 with the theme “Power Systems in a Post-Pandemic Era”. Only abstract submission is required in MEEPS. It can be the work that is already published or to be published in future conferences/journals. If the abstract is accepted, an oral presentation session will be scheduled for the author(s) on one day between 3rd – 5th November.
The abstract submission form is to be sent to email@example.com by 23:59, 10/October/2021, UK Time.
Download Abstract Submission Template HERE
This symposium welcomes contributions in all topics related to power and energy, including (not limited to):
Planning, Operation and Economics of Future Energy Networks
- Forecasting, Modelling and Management of Demands in the Post-pandemic Era
- Power System Dynamics, Stability, Reliability and Resilience
- Wide area Monitoring, Protection and Control
- Cyber and Physical Security
- Microgrids and Aggregation
Advanced Technologies Applied to Power Systems
- Asset Condition Monitoring and Management during a Pandemic
- Advanced Electrical Machines and Power Electronic Converters
- Information and Communication Technologies
- Machine Learning and Big Data
- Electromagnetic transients and High Voltage technique
Achieving Sustainable Development Goals
- Renewable Energy Integration
- Energy Storage
- Smart Grid Technologies
- Smart Building/District and Energy Management System
- Electrification of Transportation
Page Last Update: 15 September 2021