We warmly invite you to take part in 2nd International Conference IEPS-2016!
We are glad to provide a platform for productive communication of scientists and engineers of the entire world in the field of intelligent energy and power systems.
We hope to see you in hospitable Kyiv – beautiful capital of Ukraine!
About the Conference
This is the second conference IEPS. The first one was successfully held in Kiev in 2014.
The relevance of the conference is determined by importance of the issues it focuses on.
The conference mainly devoted to the issues of generation, saving, transformation and distribution of energy. You can find more details about the conference topics through the link http://ieps.kpi.ua/conference-topics/.
The language of the conference is English.
All submitted papers must be in Portable Document File (.pdf) IEEE Xplore compliant format. Instructions for typescript preparation are available on the conference website: http://ieps.kpi.ua/for-authors/.
Each submitted paper will be reviewed by three referees. The technical program committee will ask the authors for improving their papers according to the reviewer’s recommendations.
The accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore database, only if at least one author is registered using the registration form, pays the registration fee and presents papers during the IEPS-2016.
The accepted papers will be presented in oral or poster sessions.
The best student report will be encouraged by award.
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