Conference Topics


The scope of EPES 2021 is focus on advances in the understanding of both the fundamental and applied aspects of Electrical Power & Energy Systems and will provide a international forum for researchers and practicing engineers from different disciplines to interact and exchange their latest understandings.
This edition of the conference proceeding welcomes submissions across a range of disciplines, and publishes both theoretical and practical studies, includes electrical power generation, transmission, distribution and utilization, from the viewpoints of individual power system elements and their integration, interaction and technological advancement. The scope covers modelling of power system elements, their design, analysis of their performance and their implementation in specific aspects typical for modern and future electrical power and energy systems. Contributions from academia and from industry are equally encouraged.
Submissions are now invited on the following topics.
Full Paper submission deadline: 30 November 2021

Optical science:

  • Optical measurements, optical components and devices, atmospheric optics, biomedical optics, Fourier optics, integrated optics, optical processing, optoelectronics, lasers, nonlinear optics, optical storage and holography, optical coherence, polarization, quantum electronics, ultrafast optical phenomena, photonic crystals, and fiber optics

AC-DC/DC-DC Converters:

  • Single-Phase and Three-Phase Input; Power Factor Correction, CCM, DCM, CRM/BCM Control, Bridgeless; Embedded AC-DC Power Supplies; External AC-DC Adapters; Bidirectional AC/DC converters.
  • Hard- and Soft-Switched; Resonant Converterers; Point-of-Load (PoL) and Multi-Phase Converters; Voltage Regulator Modules (VRM); Bidirectional DC/DC converters.

Power Electronics for Utility Interface:

  • Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution; Power Quality, UPS, Filters; Distributed Energy Systems; SmartGrid; UPS; Solid-State Transformers; Metering; Bidirectional grid interface converters.

Motor Drives and Inverters:

  • AC, DC, BLDC Motor Drives; Single- and Multi-Phase Inverters; Sensor Integration; Actuators; High Performance Drives; etc.

Devices and Components:

  • Power Silicon MOSFETs, BJTs, IGBTs; GaN HEMTs, SiC MOSFETs and BJTs; Fast Recovery Diodes; Capacitors, Supercapacitors; Interconnects and Fuses; etc.

Power Electronics Integration and Manufacturing:

  • Power Electronics Packaging; Power Modules / High Density Design; Thermal and EMC Management; Quality and System Reliability; Embedding technologies, 3D packaging, and additive manufacturing; Production Processes and Design for Manufacturability; etc.

Modeling, Simulation and Control:

  • Circuits and Systems; Device and Component Modeling; Parasitics; Software Tools; Rapid Prototyping; Control of Power Electronic Converters; Current-Mode and Voltage-Mode Control; Digital Control;Sensor and Sensor-less Control; Gate Drive Circuits; Control ICs; MCUs, DSPs, FPGAs, ASICs; etc.

Transportation Power Electronics:

  • Vehicular Power Electronic Circuits and Systems; Power Electronics for Hybrid and Electric Cars; Power Electronics for Aerospace; Charging Systems; etc.

Power Electronics Applications:

  • Lamp Ballasts and LED Lighting Network and Telecommunication Power Electronics Defense and Military Power Electronics AC-DC-AC Applications and Matrix Converters Portable Power Energy Harvesting Advanced magnetic materials and geometries Magnetics applications High-frequency magnetics Additive manufacturing Magnetics modeling and simulations; etc.

Energy Engineering:

  • Generation of electric power; nuclear power issues; energy planning (planning for generation capacity expansions, hydropower planning, network and transmission planning, reliability); energy policy and economics (financial and customer markets, regulatory and financial issues); energy development (solar power, renewable energy, waste-to-energy systems); energy systems operation (thermal and hydropower operation and optimization, scheduling, load forecasting, demand-side management); energy efficiency, reducing consumption of or conservation of energy; energy sustainability as related to energy and power production, distribution, and usage; waste management and environmental issues; and energy infrastructure issues (power plant safety, security of infrastructure network).