About Ph.D. Dissertation Challenge
The IEEE IAS I&CPS Asia operation committee is pleased to announce the “Ph.D. Dissertation Challenge in I&CPS” and invites Ph.D. students and recent graduates to participate for the chance to win the Grand Prize of $3,000. The competition is aimed at providing an international platform for all Ph.D. researchers in the related fields to present their projects. This award recognizes not just quality research, but also provides a unified platform to share technology innovations and exchange ideas between academia and industry. The presented ideas should demonstrate economy, society, environment or technological advancements in the field of industrial and commercial power system side. The organizing committee has assembled an extraordinary evaluation team comprised of academia and industry experts to review and select finalists and award winner.
Application deadline: May 15, 2023
Finalist Announcement: June 01, 2023
Onsite Presentation: July 7-9, 2023
The Ph.D. Dissertation challenge is open to those who meet either of the following criteria:
The application includes a two-round procedure:
First Round: Submit the following materials for evaluation to https://iconf.young.ac.cn/pGcQo, The selected finalists in each category will be informed by May 15, 2023, and invited to participate in the on-site 5-Min Challenge.
Second Round: The on-site 5-Min Challenge will take place in a special section of the I&CPS Asia conference. Each candidate will have 5 min to present his work, which is evaluated by the invited reputed experts in Electrical Engineering. One winner will be awarded.
Appendix: Suggested Scopes
The Ph.D. dissertation topics shall fit into one of the main categories of l&CPS Asia, including but not limited to subcategories.
Track One: Power System Engineering
- Power System Planning
- Power System Operation
- Power System Control
- Power System Protection
Track Two: Energy Systems
- Multi-energy System
- Energy Efficiency
- Low-carbon Energy System
- Distributed Energy Resources
Track Three: Smart Grid
- Resilient Distribution Network
- Low-carbon Power System
- Novel Information Technologies for Smart Grid
Track Four: Renewable Energy Integration
- Renewable Energy Development and Integration
- Evaluation of Renewable Energy
- High Penetration of Renewable Energy
Track Five: Energy Storage Technologies
- Energy Storage Planning and Operation
- Real-time Monitoring of Energy Storage
- Security Assessment of Energy Storage