International Conference on Energy Systems Engineering (ICESE 2010)

Venue: College of E&ME, National University of Sciences and Technology, Rawalpindi

Location: Islamabad, Pakistan

Event Date/Time: Oct 25, 2010 End Date/Time: Oct 27, 2010
Early Registration Date: Sep 12, 2010
Abstract Submission Date: May 31, 2010
Paper Submission Date: Aug 01, 2010
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International Conference on Energy Systems Engineering (ICESE - 2010) will be held in Islamabad / Rawalpindi, Pakistan, on 25 - 27 October 2010. It is organized by the College Of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering (CEME) in collaboration with National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST), Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan, and Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). The papers presented in the conference will be published in the Nust Journal of Engineering Sciences, and the published papers will also be available on the IEEE Xplore® Digital Library.

ICESE – 2010 is a top of the line technical conference that would cover issues related to energy systems, energy management, and environment thereby inviting the interest of a large audience. The conference targets the research presentations by professionals from academia, industry, and organizations dealing with energy. The conference would include technical papers, panel discussions, and a series of tutorials enabling participants to learn about the latest trends in energy systems engineering and technology.

Technical papers describing original work are invited in the following areas:

Track 1: Conventional Energy: Fuels and Combustion; Coal, Gas, Combined-cycle

Track 2: Nuclear Energy: Plant Design, Licensing, Construction, Commissioning and associated issues

Track 3: Renewable Energy: Hydro, Micro Hydro, Wind, Solar, Geothermal, Tidal Waves, Biofuel, Fuel Cell Technology

Track 4: Advanced Energy Systems: Fusion Plasmas, Lasers, Radiation, Nanomagnetism, Spintronics, Blue Energy, and Energy Island, etc

Track 5: Associated Systems: Heat Exchangers, Cooling Systems, Turbines, Generators, and Auxiliaries

Track 6: Reliability, Availability, Efficiency, and Maintainability of Energy Systems

Track 7: Power Plant Engineering: Power Plant Systems, Design and Analysis, Structures, Components, Control Systems, Thermal Hydraulics, CFD, Mechanical and Flow-induced Vibrations, Codes, and Standards, Power Plant Economics

Track 8: Modeling and Simulation of Energy Systems

Track 9: Environment and Energy Management: Planning, Policy, Ecology, Economic Issues, Scientific Data Base, Green House Gases, Carbon Mitigation, Global Warming, the Role of Developed and Developing Countries, Institutional Framework for Climate Change