14th International IEEE (Tech Co-sponsor) Conference on Software, Knowledge, Information Management and Applications

(With The International Workshop on University and Digital Sustainability)

02-04 December 2022, CamTech University, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
(www.skimanetwork.org and www.camtech.edu.kh)

Smart Power and Energy Systems


The fast development of the power sector is a key strategic requirement for the economic development of the developing countries. Power sector in developing countries facing different kind of problems. The primary energy supply was in the past mainly based on fossil fuels. Renewable energy,
particularly hydro and geothermal have still a small share.

These are local and national and international utilities looking for the implementation of new smart technologies collaborating in the research in flexible transmission networks and smart distribution grids, in the integration of renewable energy sources and in the liberalization of the monopolistic energy sectors. However, the requirement of affordable electricity should respect the principles of sustainable development, environmental protection and take into consideration social aspects of the intensive development of the energy sector. The power sector is considered one of the biggest polluters with significant contribution to CO2 emission and with significant impact on climate change. To maintain balance between economic development and environment protection, it is necessary to learn and apply advanced technical solutions and cutting-edge technologies involving development
and grid integration of renewable energy sources including dispersed generation, flexible consumption, development of a backbone transmission and distribution networks, as well as to facilitate operation of isolated, small island systems supplying remote settlements and localities. Solutions already exercised in developed countries, like for example smart power grids, flexible transmission systems combine together knowledge and expertise from power sector and from ICT sector. This is highly interdisciplinary undertaking requiring different experts, researchers and practitioners come together to deal with cross-disciplinary issues and successfully integrating knowledge from these three areas (power, information, communication).

The sustainable development is one of the UN SDGs. The key strategy to reach These SDGs is the implementation of a sustainable Energy and Climate policy. This policy assumes sustainable management of natural resources in energy production, decarbonisation of energy systems combined with the security and reliability of supply, with social and economic benefits like an easy access to electricity and reduction of energy poverty. The implementation of these actions is possible with technological evolution of the power sector. The research challenges in this session could address some of these issues in the area of power systems by bringing together the knowledge and experience of researchers and practitioners around the world to respond to these challenges. The session aims to attract original scientific papers dealing with smart technology applications and innovative business models applied in the power and energy systems. 

Session Organizers

EU-Asia Collaboration for aCcessible Education in Smart Power Systems (eACCESS) Consortium:

  • Parag Vichare, University of the West of Scotland, (Parag.Vichare@uws.ac.uk)
  • Tomasz Siewierski , Lodz University of Technology, Poland (tomasz.siewierski@p.lodz.pl)
  • Keshav DAHAL, University of the West of Scotland, AVCN Research Centre (Keshav.Dahal@uws.ac.uk)
  • Dimitrios P. Lampridis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, (labridis@auth.gr)

Topics/ Keywords

  • Electrical Power Systems
  • Electrical Power Engineering
  • Smart Grid Management and Technology
  • Smart Energy Transmission and Distribution
  • Flexible Transmission System Technologies
  • Advanced Metering and Load Management systems
  • Smart and Advanced Protection, Monitoring and Control Systems
  • Computer Simulation and Modelling
  • Renewable Energy Systems
  •  Trades in Electricity and energy
  •  Environmental protection technology
  •  ICT for Power Systems
  •  Software and application development
  •  AI for Power systems
  •  Smart Monitoring and Control
  •  Machine/Deep Learning and Big Data
  •  Analytics for Power sectors
  •  Blockchain Technology and Smart
  •  Contracts for Power trading
  • Virtual Power Plants
  • Distributed Energy Resources
  • Microgrids

 Submission procedure

Special sessions are included in the main Conference and follow the same reviewing process.

Full papers submission: October, 15 th , 2022

Acceptance Notice: October, 30 th , 2022

Camera Ready Submission: November, 15 th , 2022

More information is available on the submission site : http://skimanetwork.org/paper-submission3-1

This session is organized by ERASMUS+ eACCESS Consortium (https://eaccess-edu.eu/)

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Important Dates

  • Special session and tutorial proposal :
    10 October 2022
  • Paper Submission Deadline :
    10 October 2022
  • Notification of Paper Acceptance :
    25 October 2022
  • Camera Ready Paper Deadline :
    24 November 2022
  • Conference Date :
    2-4 December 2022
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