Important Dates

March 3, February 19, 2023
Tutorial Proposal Due

May 15, 2023
Notice of Acceptance

June 15, 2023
Final Tutorials Material Due

Download Call for Tutorials

The 15th 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. It will bring together practicing engineers, researchers, and other professionals for interactive discussions on the latest advances in areas related to energy conversion.

The ECCE organizing committee invites proposals for tutorials to be presented at ECCE 2023. Tutorials can be either 1.5 hours or 3 hours long.  Each accepted tutorial will receive one conference registration, and 1.5 hour tutorials will receive an honorarium of $500 and 3 hour tutorials will receive an honorarium of $1,000.

Please note that publication of a technical paper will still require a paid full registration. All tutorial proposals should be submitted via the ECCE 2023 web portal under “Call for Tutorials”. Please follow the Tutorial Proposal Form on the website as a submission template. The proposals will be reviewed by a panel of subject matter experts.

One or more of the following elements are strongly encouraged in the tutorial proposals:

  1. Industry led or co-hosted lectures
  2. Interactive instructor-audience approaches, including hands-on demonstrations
    and practices
  3. Application focused session on tools or methods for the practicing engineer
  4. ECCE 2023 regionally oriented topics at the host city, e.g. smart mobility
  5. Collaborative cross-disciplinary topics and tutorial teams are welcome
  6. Topics that engage the audience in formats that serves to communicate with
    the attendees

Tutorials considered to be less attractive to the audience are:

  1. Topics that are too narrowly focused
  2. Lectures that are not balanced between theory and application
  3. Tutorial topics or teams presented previously in immediate past ECCE or other
    major IAS/PELS conferences
  4. Tutorials that narrowly focus on presenter’s own research works that are already publicly available
  5. Solicitation of a particular product or service

Potential topic areas include but are not limited to:

Energy Conversion Systems and Applications

► Renewable energy, including under-represented ocean-wave, tidal, geothermal
► Smart grids, micro-grids, nano-grids
► Electrical energy storage, including real physics or controlled virtual storage
► Energy conversion for information and communications technology
► Energy harvesting and conversion
► Smart, energy efficient buildings
► Energy efficiency for advanced manufacturing
► Big data and machine learning in energy conversion
► Cybersecurity in energy conversion systems
► Transportation electrification, including aircraft and urban aerial mobility
► Battery charging technologies
► Resiliency in energy systems

Component, Converter and Subsystem Technologies

► Power electronic devices
► Power conversion topologies, modeling, and control
► Electric machines and drives
► Passive components, magnetics, and materials
► Packaging, integration, and advanced manufacturing EMI and EMC
► Thermal management, advanced cooling technologies
► Wireless power transfer
► High voltage power conversion, including insulation technologies
► Design automation or optimization
► Reliability, diagnostics, prognostics, and health management
► Fault-tolerant converters and systems


► Pedagogy for undergraduate learning or under-represented groups
†►  Post-COVID technology innovations
†►  Entrepreneurship, technology transfer, business management
► † Development and use of standards for specific applications


Brad Lehman
Northeastern University, USA


Olorunfemi Ojo
Tennessee Tech University, USA

Jean-Luc Schanen
Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France


Leon Tolbert
The University Tennessee, USA

Sara Roggia
magniX Aero, USA

Dorin O. Neacsu
Technical University of Iasi, Romania

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