CFP: ITEC-Asia Pacific 2023 - Late Breaking Research Publications
The 2023 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo, Asia-Pacific (ITEC Asia-Pacific 2023) will be held in Chiang-Mai, Thailand, from 28 November to 1 December 2023. The conference is part of the global IEEE ITEC conference series which aims to provide a forum for sharing knowledge, experience, and ideas in recent advances in areas related to power-electronics electrification. This international conference is co-sponsored by the IEEE Industry Applications Society, the IEEE Power Electronics Society, the IEEE Power and Energy Society, and the IEEE Transportation Electrification Community.
Late Breaking Research Publications are solicited focusing on emerging technologies. A two-page, camera-ready paper can be submitted by August 6th following the paper template. The manuscript submitted under “Late Breaking Research Publications” will be subjected to peer review. The accepted papers will be featured as a poster presentation at the conference with in-person format and will be made available in the conference proceedings and posted on IEEE Xplore. Note that commercialization content should be avoided.
All (100%) the accepted and presented papers will be eligible for further review for the possible publication in one of the IAS periodicals (IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications and IEEE Industry Applications Magazine) and other IEEE journals, subject to the conference paper submission rules of each journal.
- Camera-Ready Paper Submission Deadline: August 6, 2023
- Acceptance Notification: September 2, 2023
POTENTIAL RECENT ADVANCES TOPIC AREAS FOR ELECTROMOBILITY TECHNOLOGIES AND ELECTRIFICATION INCLUDED BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
- Electric Motor Drives
- Power Converters – Control and Topology
- Power Electronics Based Grid Integration
- Power Electronics with New Energy
- Wide-Band Gap Devices and Electrical Systems
- Charger Technologies and Infrastructure
- Batteries and Energy Storage Systems
- EMI Issues in Power Electronics Systems