Papers submissions

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
  • 28 July 2017: Paper Submission closing date
  • 11 September 2017: Notification of paper acceptance
  • 25 October 2017: Final Paper submission deadline (Camera Ready) 
  • 19 to 22 November 2017: Conference.

Topics

Submissions are highly encouraged in, but not limited to, the following areas:

  • power system operation and planning 
  • power system stability and 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.

How to submit

All papers must conform exactly to the IEEE conference paper template, with the exception of a six-page limit being applied (rather than five). The template can be downloaded from here: IEEE Template.

Publishing of two papers per full registration, or one paper per student registration, is included in the fee. A student can publish one additional paper by paying the $200 extra fee. 

Papers need to be submitted via the electronic submission system by:

  1. visiting the submission site for the conference
  2. registering as a new user
  3. creating a new submission.

Your submission will be peer reviewed by two reviewers and you will be advised of the outcome in due course.

At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the full conference. Papers will not be sent to the IEEE Xplore digital library unless presented by an author.

Day registrations are only available to those who do not have an accepted paper.

Final paper submissions

Below are instructions for using IEEE PDF eXpress and the copyright form.

Before submitting your final paper, please make sure that your paper is compatible for publishing in IEEE Xplore®. You can check the IEEE Xplore® compatibility of your paper by following the steps as indicated below.

Log in to the IEEE PDF eXpressTM site

First-time users

1) Go to the IEE Login page

2) Select the 'New Users - Click here' link

3) Enter the following:

  • 42881X for the Conference ID
  • your email address
  • a password
  • further information as prompted.

An online confirmation will be displayed and an email confirmation will be sent verifying your account setup.

Previous users

1) Go to the IEE Login page

2) Enter the following:

  • 42881X for the Conference ID
  • your email address
  • the password that you used for previous conferences
  • verification that your contact information is valid.

Copyright form

The Organising Committee is currently setting up an Electronic Copyright Form (ECF).

When it is activated, the final paper submission site will automatically direct you to complete the ECF.

Until then, you can use the IEEE Copyright and Consent Form and upload this as an attachment.

If you have difficulty in uploading this form, send it to Dr. Apel via email: apel.mahmud@deakin.edu.au.

Poster presentation

Download our AUPEC 2017 Poster Presentation Template.