Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference(APPEEC2012) (APPEEC2012)

Venue: Shanghai

Location: Shanghai, China

Event Date/Time: Mar 26, 2012 End Date/Time: Mar 28, 2012
Registration Date: Sep 30, 2011
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Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC 2012) will be held from March 26~28, 2012 in Shanghai, China. The conference proceedings will be published by IEEE. All papers accepted will be indexed by Ei Compendex & ISTP.

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Topics: Power Generation - Conventional and Renewable Hydropower technologies and applications Thermal power technologies and applications Safe nuclear energy generation and utilization Wind power generation and utilization Bio-energy technologies, process and utilization New technologies and design for energy efficiency New technologies for minimizing CO2 generation Environmental-friendly technologies for power generation Geothermal and tidal wave energy Photovoltaic for solar power applications Waste products as fuel Other sustainable energy Power System Management Power system management technologies Integrated substation automation technologies Power system monitoring and mitigation technologies Online monitoring and fault diagnosis system Control strategies for modern power system stability Modeling and simulation of large power systems Application of wide area measurement system (WAMS) Power system analysis and optimization Load modeling, estimation and forecast Power system planning and operation Power Transmission and Distribution Ultra High Voltage (UHV) technologies HVDC and flexible AC transmission system (FACTS) Over-voltage, lightning protection and grounding Electromagnetic transient in high voltage power systems Insulation condition monitoring in power systems Advanced distribution and SCADA technologies Electromagnetic compatibility in power systems Plasma physics and the pulsed power technology Electromagnetic analysis in power systems Smart Grid Technologies Modeling of Grid environments Agent-based mechanisms for Grid markets Resource allocation in Grid scenarios using agent-based approaches Automated negotiation for Grid resource allocation Agent-based simulation of Grid environments and markets Agent-based Computational Economics for Grid Engineering of Grid markets and Grid architectures Technical research on future application domains