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Ural Smart Energy Conference 2020

16 july 2020 г.

13-15 November 2020 Ural Power Engineering Institute of Ural Federal University and NGN Russia organize a conference for scientists, researchers, developers and employees in the sphere Power & Energy Sector to promote share experiences and the latest achievements in the field of power systems.

The main goal of the conference is to bring together students, young and experienced scientists, developers and specialists in the field of power industry to form a new communication platform, enrich cooperation of already established scientific schools and research groups from different universities, research centers and industrial enterprises from all over the world. The conference is expected to synergize integration, systematization and popularization of theoretical knowledge and practical experience as well as to stimulate research and innovation activities.

The official language of the conference is English.

Each author can submit no more than three papers. Authors can choose to have an Oral presentation (on-site or online).

Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore®.

Full Paper Submission will be opened from 15th of July until 8th of August 2020.

Conference registration will be available from 18th of September until 10th of November 2020.


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