7th International Conference On Power Systems, 2017 | December 21-23rd, Pune, India

  • HVDC and FACTS
  • High Voltage Engineering
  • Renewable Sources - Grid Integration Challenges
  • Energy Storage Technologies
  • Power Quality Monitoring and Mitigation
  • Micro Grids and Nano Grids
  • Electric Vehicle and Grid Interaction
  • Signal Processing Applications in Power Systems
  • Computer and IT Applications in Power System
  • Cyber and Physical Security of Power Grid
  • Condition Monitoring and Power System Asset Management
  • Power Engineering Education & Industry-Institute Collaboration

The theme of ICPS 2017 is – “Pathways for grids of the future”; keeping emphasis on relevant topics like smart grid, planning-operation-control & reliability of grid, real time monitoring & protection, power market, distributed generation & power distribution issues, renewable sources-grid integration challenges, power quality, energy storage systems, micro and nano grid, electric vehicle, computer-IT & signal processing applications, power apparatus, power engineering education & industry-institute collaboration, and many advanced topics pertaining to power engineering.

Authors are invited to submit the full paper (Maximum 6 pages, double-column A4) as PDF using the 
IEEE templates. Papers must conform to IEEE format and specifications. All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. All the accepted and presented papers at the conference will be considered for inclusion in the IEEEXplore®. Authors are requested to submit their papers using the link.

Papers are invited on but not limited to the following topics

The call for paper can also be downloaded here.

Full paper submission opens:
15th March 2017

Full paper submission closes:
15th June 2017

Acceptance notification by:
15th September 2017

Author registration closes:
15th October 2017

Submission of final papers conforming to IEEE format:
1st November 2017

Important Dates

  • Smart Grid Technologies
  • Power Generation Technologies and Power Apparatus
  • Power System Operation, Control, and Automation
  • Power System Optimization, Forecasting, Planning, and Reliability
  • Wide Area Monitoring, Protection and Network Control 
  • Extreme Events and Grid Resiliency
  • Electricity Market and Policy/Regulatory Aspects
  • Distributed Generation & Power Distribution Issues
  • Technologies for Grid Interfacing
  • Conditioners for Power & Energy Systems
  • Energy and Demand Side Management 

IEEE ICPS 2017 |"pathways for grids of The future"