EDC 2015 - Call for Invited/Keynote Talk

The Professors, and Researchers are welcome to deliver the invited talks (of 20 min), being organized in connection with the EDC International conference, on any new methodologies, research trends in any topic related to the subject listed below; on which this conference is primarily focused.

Control of Power Converters
Distributed generation
Distribution networks
Electrical Machines and Actuators
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Electrical drives and generators
Grid interfaces
Mechatronic Systems
Micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS)
Motor drives
Power Electronics Controllers for Power Systems
Power integrated circuits (PIC)
Renewable Energy Sources
Unconventional motors and generators
Variable and constant speed generators
Semiconductor Technology
Electronic Materials
Intelligent Systems and Approach
Information Technology Application
Control Theory and Application
Data Communication
Digital Electronics
Telecommunication Technologies
Embedded System
Digital Signal Processing
Microprocessor based Technologies
Magnetic Theory
Micro Machines
Energy efficiency in industry.
High Voltage Engineering and Insulation Technology
Power System Planning and Scheduling
Power System Protection, Operation and Control
Transmission & Distribution Systems and Apparatus
Electric Drivers and Application
Electrical Traction Systems and Control
Electromagnetic and Applied Superconductivity
Industrial Process Control and Automation
Inverter and Converter Technology

OBJECTIVE OF A KEYNOTE or INVITED SPEECH: The objective of any keynote or invited or opening speech (in any ACEECom conference) is just to give guidelines to the listeners on recent trends in relevant topics related to the conference theme. The deep and detailed technical aspects of related works, complex equations, simulation and test results may be avoided. Rather, the talk may be organised in such a way to encourage the listeners to work in the research field by assuming that 80% of them are presently in different areas. Few existing and challenging problems can be highlighted at the conclusion which helps the listeners to work on these areas. An ideal time for any speech shall be 15-30 min, depending on the freshness and complexity of the area.


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