TC 7: Critical Power and Energy Storage Systems
The scope of TC7 is focused on the development and implementation of international conferences and other activities (such as workshops, publications, webinars, standards, etc.) as required to treat all matters in which the dominant factors are the research, sustainability, fundamental development, design, application and management of critical power, energy storage, and related systems. This includes consideration of materials and components used therein, standardization of definitions, nomenclature, symbols and operating characteristics and exchange of information by technical papers, conferences, workshops and demonstrations. All activities are done in the best interests of PELS members and in the spirit of increasing the value of PELS membership.
TC7’s technical areas of focus shall be the following:
- Power systems for information and communications technology (ICT) applications, such as data centers, communication networks, internet applications, or other critical infrastructure systems..
- Batteries and associated interface circuitry
- Other energy storage system
- Resilient, reliable, and highly available power infrastructure for mission-critical applications (e.g., healthcare, finances, security, industrial, telecom, broadband, renewables, etc.).
- Sustainable power electronics-enabled energy systems for critical applications. INTELEC® is an international annual technical conference which, for the past thirty-eight (38) years, has been the premier forum for the science and engineering of energy
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International Communications Energy Conference
INTELEC® is an international annual technical conference which, for the past thirty-eight (38) years, has been the premier forum for the science and engineering of energy systems for Information and Communications Technologies(ICT). Research and technical papers explore the needs and trends in the subject areas of power conversion, energy storage, and high-reliability and mission-critical powering infrastructure. Topics include DC power plants, powering architectures, converters, inverters, batteries, fuel cells, grounding, physical and thermal designs, building and equipment cooling systems.
To be announced
VP for Technical Operations
University of Nottingham