Submission of completed two-page Tutorial Proposal Form: February 17, 2020
Notification of acceptance: March 27, 2020
Full Tutorial materials due: June 30, 2020
Tutorial Proposal Submission Closed
Tutorials accepted for presentation will receive one conference registration together with an honorarium for $1000. Note that publication of a technical paper at the conference will still require a full paid registration.
The Twelfth Annual IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE 2020) will be held in Detroit, Michigan, USA from October 11 to October 15, 2020. The conference will bring together practicing engineers, researchers and other professionals for interactive discussions on the latest advances in areas related to energy conversion. ECCE has grown to become the foremost technical conference and exposition for people looking for energy conversion solutions that are timely, practical, customer focused, market sensitive, and cost effective. Engineers from throughout the energy conversion industry’s broad spectrum come to ECCE specifically to take advantage of the concentrated brain trust assembled annually in one very special location to do business in a convivial and innovative atmosphere, a perfect blend of state of the art technical prowess and commercial opportunities under one roof.
The ECCE organizing committee invites proposals for half-day tutorials to be presented at ECCE 2020. The organizing committee is particularly interested in tutorials that are of value to the practicing engineer, with an emphasis on solutions to practical problems. Tutorials are solicited on any subject pertaining to the scope of the conference that includes, but is not limited to, the major topics listed below.
Energy Conversion Systems and Applications
• Renewable and alternative energy
• Smart grids, micro-grids, and utility applications
• Electrical energy storage
• Energy conversion for information technology and communication systems
• Energy harvesting
• Energy efficiency for residential, commercial and industrial applications
• Big data and machine learning applications in energy conversion
• Wireless power transfer
• Lighting applications and displays
• Transportation electrification
• High power/voltage power conversion
• High voltage isolation and lightning strike protection
Component, Converter and Subsystem Technologies
• Power electronic devices (Si and wide band-gap) and applications
• Power conversion topologies, modulation, and control
• Modeling and control of components, converters and systems
• Rotating/linear electro-mechanical devices and drives systems
• Passive components, magnetics and materials
• Power electronic packaging, integration, and advanced manufacturing
• Power supply on chip and power supply in package
• Reliability, diagnostics, prognostics, and health management
• EMI and EMC
• Thermal management, advanced cooling technologies
Tutorial Proposal Submission Guidelines
Tutorial proposals should be submitted as a digest summarizing the content of the tutorial.
Note that the Tutorial Proposal Form attached to the Call for Tutorial is not editable, but it can be used as a guideline for the tutorial proposal (within 5 pages).
Yunwei (Ryan) Li
University of Alberta, Canada
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
University of Alberta, Canada