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Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference 2017

Sunday 19 November 2017 to Wednesday 22 November 2017

We are pleased to invite you to take part in the 2017 conference, to be held from 19 – 22 November.

Hosted by the Victoria University College of Engineering & Science, the conference will be held at the Melbourne Park Function Centre, Melbourne & Olympic Parks.

Theme: Smart Power Grids in the 21st Century

Smart energy technologies are transforming the power network into a smart grid capable of meeting 21st century economic, security and environmental challenges. But the smart grid still faces hurdles.

Particularly, the requirement for extensive field testing to prove new energy systems and regulatory reform, in order to eliminate financial disincentives for adopting new technologies.

A host of new smart energy devices and systems are emerging that can take pressure off overloaded grid infrastructure and power costs, dramatically improving grid reliability and security, and accelerating the growth of cleaner power generation.

Call for papers

The conference aims to cover all aspects of power engineering. Submissions are highly encouraged in, but not limited to, the following areas:

  • Power system operation and planning
  • Power system stability & control
  • Electricity market
  • Asset management
  • Condition monitoring
  • Power system stability
  • Fault diagnosis in power systems
  • Power quality issues
  • Smart grid including smart buildings & cities
  • Smart metering & phasor measurement
  • Wide area monitoring & control
  • Renewable energy systems
  • Microgrids (DC, AC, & AC/DC)
  • Remote power systems
  • Grid integration of electric vehicles
  • Different types of energy storage technologies
  • Small- and large-scale integration of energy storage systems
  • Cyber security of smart grids
  • Transactive energy management
  • Data analytics in smart grids
  • Resiliency of power grids
  • Multi-agent frameworks for power systems
  • Substation automation of power systems
  • Power system protections
  • Application of power electronics in power systems
  • High voltage engineering
  • FACT Devices
  • Power engineering education
  • Electrical machine and drives

We invite researchers and industry professionals from all over to submit original papers outlining innovative solutions (not currently pending publication elsewhere).

Important dates

  • 10 April 2017: Paper Submission System Opens
  • 3 July 2017: Paper Submission Closing Date
  • 14 August 2017: Notification of Paper Acceptance

Partners & sponsors

AUPEC 2017 is organised in collaboration with:

  • Australasian Committee for Power Engineering (ACPE)
  • The University of Melbourne
  • Deakin University
  • RMIT University

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When?

19 November 2017, 9:00am to 22 November 2017, 5:00pm

Where?

Melbourne Park Function Centre

Melbourne & Olympic Parks

Batman Ave

Melbourne

VIC 3000

Get in touch

Professor Akhtar Kalam
College of Engineering & Science
Phone: 
+61 3 9919 5504