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PowerAfrica: Call for papers extended to 15th May 2021

You are invited to attend the 8th Annual IEEE PES/IAS PowerAfrica Conference (PAC2021), a powerful international forum where research scientists, engineers, and practitioners present and discuss the latest research findings, innovations, emerging technologies and applications. 

PowerAfrica Conference 2021 invites submissions for presentation for:

  1. Full papers – mature results or completed projects and should not exceed 5 pages
  2. Short papers – targeting practitioners – interim results, experiences and perspectives and should be up to 3 pages in length including a short reference section.
  3. Postgraduate Papers – for graduate students to discuss their on-going research work with peers and experienced researchers from academia and industries. The target audiences of the forum are PhD students, recently graduated PhDs, supervisors, conference attendees, and master students planning to pursue PhD studies in the related area in the field of Energy.

Applications are invited from academics, experts and specialists in the Thematic areas below:
Track 1: Smart Grid Design and Stability Analyses.
Track 2: Power Electronics: Power electronic converters and control systems.
Track 3: Renewables and storages
Track 4: Power Systems: Power system planning; Power system planning, energy pricing policies, and retail markets.
Track 5: ICT and embedded systems for smart grids; Industry 4.0, cyber security.
Track 6: Standards and safety issues in Africa.
Track 7: Postgraduate Forum
Track 8: Short papers aligned to Tracks 1-6

Visit the Call for Papers Page 

Visit the Call for Postgraduate Papers Page

See detailed list of Thematic Areas and Tracks

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