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Late final paper submissions are now closed.

YOUR PAPER SUBMISSION LINK  IS PROVIDED IN YOUR ECCE 2023: DIGEST DECISION NOTIFICATION EMAIL.*** IMPORTANT INFORMATION ***PAPER LENGTH: The length of regular ECCE 2023 papers is a maximum of eight (8) pages. This includes references and appendices. Papers longer than eight pages will be rejected.PAPER QUALITY: Final papers will be reviewed by the technical program committee to ensure good quality.CONFERENCE REGISTRATION: ECCE 2023 requires every accepted paper to be linked to a FULL conference registration (i.e., not a student registration) by one of the paper authors. Up to two (2) papers can be linked to one full registration – the registrant must be an author on each paper.IEEE COPYRIGHT: DO NOT INCLUDE the traditional ECCE 2023 copyright line on the bottom of the first page of the paper. IEEE will automatically insert this after you submit your final paper. See the Author Central section of the conference website for detailed instructions.*** PAPER SPECIFICATIONS AND SUBMISSION ***Please check carefully all the requirements for preparing your paper and the link for downloading paper templates in the Author’s Kit provided in theAuthor Central” section under the “Authors/Reviewers” tab of the conference.ALL INSTRUCTIONS TO FORMAT AND SUBMIT YOUR FINAL PAPER MUST BE CAREFULLY FOLLOWED. Deviation from these requirements will result in your paper being removed from the technical program.When you have completed the final version of your paper using the IEEE template provided on the conference website and are ready to submit it, the following is a summary of the required steps:FORMATTING: check that your paper meets the formatting specifications in the Author’s information on the conference website. Be sure to NOT INCLUDE the traditional IEEE copyright line on the bottom of the first page.IEEE COMPLIANT PDF: create an IEEE Xplore compliant pdf file using the IEEE PDF Express service. Detailed steps are provided in the Author Central section of the conference website.REGISTER FOR CONFERENCE: register for the conference and link the paper ID number to the registration. No more than two papers may be linked to a full registration. YOU WILL NEED YOUR CONFERENCE REGISTRATION NUMBER TO UPLOAD YOUR PAPER(s). No registration number can be used more than twice.

Do You Know…

Both PELS and IAS welcome post-conference papers sponsored by PELS and IAS to be submitted to our journals, including

  • Transactions on Power Electronics
  • Open Journal of Power Electronics
  • Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics
  • Transactions on Industry Applications
  • Open Journal of Industry Applications
  • Transactions on Transportation Electrification

According to IEEE policy, the submitted journal manuscript should include the conference paper as a reference and clarify the new developments and contributions in the journal version.

Digest Submission:

Prospective authors are requested to submit a digest with no more than five (5) pages following the template to summarize the proposed paper.  The digest should include critical equations, figures, tables, and references as appropriate, and references are included within the page limit. No author names or affiliations can be shown in the submitted digests.  Digests not conforming to these requirements will be rejected without review.  The digests must clearly state the objectives of the work, its significance in advancing the state of the art, and the methods and specific results in sufficient details.  All digests will go through a double-blind peer-review process to ensure a confidential and fair review.  The papers presented at the conference will be included in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.

Important Dates

March 19 Feb 19, 2023
Digest Submission Deadline

May 15, 2023
Author Notification

June 1, 2023
2 Page Late Breaking
Research Briefs

July 23, 2023
Final Papers Submission
With IEEE Copyright Forms

Late final paper submissions are still being accepted. The submission website will close soon.

Download Call for Papers

The Fifteenth Annual IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE 2023) will be held in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, from October 29 to November 2, 2023. ECCE is a pivotal international event on energy conversion. ECCE 2023 will feature both industry-driven and application-oriented technical sessions as well as an exposition. The conference will bring together practicing engineers, researchers and other professionals for interactive and multidisciplinary discussions on the latest advances in areas related to energy conversion, including new and emerging applications.

Technical papers are solicited on any subject pertaining to the scope of the conference including, but not limited to, the following major topics:

Energy Conversion Systems and Applications

► Renewable and alternative energy power Electronics systems
► Critical power and energy storage systems
► Aerospace energy conversion systems
► Grid-forming technologies
► High power/voltage power conversion (HVDC, FACTS and multi-terminal DC systems)
► Power-to-X and green hydrogen systems
► Microgrids, hybrid ac/dc grids, and de grids
► Energy Access and off-grid systems
► Energy conversion for information technology and communication systems
► Electrification for commercial, industrial and transportation applications
► Big data and artificial intelligence in energy conversion
► Wireless power transfer
► Lighting applications and displays
► Industrial motor drives
► Medical, loT and energy harvesting
► Power electronics for agriculture.

Component, Converter and Subsystem Technologies

► Power electronic devices, gate drivers, and integrated circuits
► Passive components and materials
► Power electronic packaging integration
► Reliability, advanced fault protection systems, diagnostics, prognostics, and health management
► Thermal management and advanced cooling technologies
► Innovative magnetic materials, alternative conductor and winding insulation technologies
► Electromagnetic interference and electromagnetic compatibility
► Power conversion topologies, modulation, and control
► Electrical drive systems and topologies and their control
► Rotating/linear electromechanical devices
► Advanced manufacturing
► Digital twins, cloud design and simulation techniques for energy conversion systems
► Cyber-and-physical security for power electronics systems

In ECCE 2023, we provide a wide range of topic areas where power electronics practitioners can submit their cutting-edge research. Among all the areas in the Call for Papers, some highlighted special tracks are listed below.


Brad Lehman
Northeastern University, USA


Olorunfemi Ojo
Tennessee Tech University, USA

Jean-Luc Schanen
Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France


Xiongfei Wang
Aalborg University, Denmark

Xiaonan Lu
Purdue University, USA

Tanya Gachovska
MDA-Montreal, Canada

Jin Wang
Ohio State University, USA

Minjie Chen
Princeton University, USA

Vandana Rallabandi
Oak Ridge National Lab, USA


Mahshid Amirabadi
Northeastern University, USA

Jose Fernando Jimenez
Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia

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