Call for Papers (Final Hard Deadline June 20, 2022)
IECON 2022 is the 48th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IES), focusing on applications, manufacturing and theoretical concepts of advanced Industrial Electronic Systems. The conference has a wide scope and brings together, scientists, practitioners, industrials and inventors that apply Electronic concepts within an Industrial context. The objectives of the conference are to provide high quality research and professional interactions for the advancement of science, technology, and fellowship. Papers with new research results are encouraged for submission. The conference hosts regular sessions, interactive sessions, special sessions and tutorials.
The conference is scheduled to take place from Oct. 17-20, 2022.
As the world starts to understand how to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic and how to organize large events in a safe and secure way, we are preparing this conference to be a physical conference where we can safely meet and discuss the latest results in our research fields. The venue for this conference is the SQUARE congress center in Brussels at the heart of Europe.
Full paper submission : June 20, 2022
Acceptance notification: June 24, 2022
Acceptance notification for papers received after 31 May: 10 July
Final Submission: July 29, 2022
The scope of the conference will cover, but will not be limited to, the following topics:
- New Technologies for Electric Transportation:
Electric propulsion, marine drive trains, railway drive trains, more electric aircraft, Vehicle to Home (V2H), power electronics for drive train, Vehicle to Grid (V2G), Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V), emerging charging technologies, charging infrastructure, wireless charging, energy storage for automotive, modeling, simulation of vehicle systems, intelligent vehicle control and autonomous vehicles.
- Electric Energy Storage Systems:
Specialty batteries, fuel cells, ultra-capacitors, battery technologies, fly wheels, hybrid storage, flow batteries, battery management systems, cell balancing technologies, energy storage for renewables, energy storage for transportation, power electronics for energy storage, uninterruptible power supplies and small storage systems.
- Power Systems and the Smart Grid, Renewable Energy Systems and Smart Grid:
Large and small hydro generators, energy transmission and distribution, static VAR and harmonic compensations, FACTs, active and hybrid filtering, power quality devices, power management, modeling, simulation and control of power system, grid connect, distributed power generation, diagnostics, smart grid technologies, intelligent control systems, multi-agent systems, global and constrained optimization, electricity market liberalization.
Wind, solar, and wave energy converters, nano-, pico-, and micro-hydro power generators, integrated renewable systems, hybrid electric vehicles, fuel cells, advanced batteries, energy storage devices and systems, offshore underwater converters, electric transportation and energy harvesting.
- Electrical Machines and Drives:
Special machines and actuators, multiphase motors, AC motor drives control and applications, observers and sensor-less methods, electrical machine design and modeling, thermal, noise and vibration issues in electrical machines, reliability, testing and diagnostics, fault detection in machines and drives, motion control, special application of machines and drives, HVAC, advanced traction control of electric vehicles and electric trains, electrical drives for ships and for aerospace. Advance techniques in real and off line simulation of industrial drives power system and electromechanical devices.
- Power Electronics & Energy Conversion:
Power electronic devices; Sic Mosfet & Sic JFET technologies; modulation techniques; integrated power electronics; high frequency links; soft switching techniques; power electronics for smart grid; EMI and EMC issues; active and passive devices for power electronics. - Wind, solar, and wave energy converters; nano, pico and micro‐hydro power generators; integrated renewable systems; hybrid electric vehicles; fuel cells; advanced batteries; offshore underwater converters; energy harvesting.
Sensors and Control
- Control Systems:
Advanced control techniques; nonlinear and adaptive control; optimal and robust control; motion control; fuzzy control; intelligent control; complex systems control; networked control systems; process control; filtering, estimation and identification techniques; multi‐agent systems; industrial control applications; Fault Diagnosis/Prognosis; Fault Tolerant Control, statistical signal processing techniques; health condition monitoring; information fusion for diagnostics and prognostics; re‐configuration techniques; fault management and control; fault diagnosis, fault prognosis, fault‐tolerant control systems and applications.
- Motion Control, Robotics and Mechatronics:
Mechatronics systems; robotics; autonomous mobile robots; telerobotics and teleoperation; humanoid robots; multi‐robot systems; intelligent transportation; distributed collaborative systems; security & safety applications; human‐robot interface; vision‐based robots.
- Instrumentation, Sensors, Actuators, Systems Integration and Nano-technologies:
Micro‐sensors & micro‐actuators; micro‐nano technology; micro‐electro‐mechanical systems (MEMS); RF systems integration; integrated optics and related technologies; polymer electronics; nanotechnology; microfluidics; MOEMS; RF‐MEMS; embedded instruments; fault‐tolerant sensors.
- Signal and Image Processing and Computational Intelligence:
Computer vision; virtual reality systems; industrial vision; virtual instrumentation; image & sound processing; digital signal processing; remote sensing; multimedia applications; artificial neural networks; fuzzy logic; genetic algorithms; industrial applications.
ICT and Interdisciplinary
- Intelligent factory automation:
Industrial communications, Real-time systems in industry, Software architectures and frameworks for Industrial Cloud and Edge Computing, Industry 4.0, Industrial Internet and beyond, Artificial intelligence for fault prediction and energy efficiency, Flexible and Reconfigurable production, IT/OT convergence, Connectivity and Interoperability in Edge-Cloud infrastructures, Multi-agent systems, Industrial Cyber-physical Systems, Reliability, Security and Resilience of Production systems, Synthesis and Verification using Formal Methods and AI, Industrial Data Models (AutML, PackML, B2MML, OPC-UA ML), Intelligent Applications in Industrial Internet, Self-Adaption and Self-Organization for Smart Factories, Smart Interfaces, Intelligent Embedded Systems and Integrated Intelligence
- ICT and AI enabling smart cities, buildings, agriculture, energy efficiency and sustainability:
- ICT enablers of autonomy and smart transport:Transport electrification, Smart Grids, Renewable energy integration, Zero emission, Transport safety and security, Deep learning & Machine learning applications for autonomy and transport, Vehicle decision-making strategy; Advanced vehicle charging technologies; Smart charging system; Internet of Vehicles (IoV), Vehicle-to-everything (V2X), Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V); Modeling and simulation of autonomous vehicles; Intelligent transportation; Intelligent Traffic Management; Logistics and supply chain;
- Human centric ICT: Medicine, Assistive Robotics, Security and Ethics:
Health Care, Wearable and Assistive Devices, Human-centered automation, Human factors and human-in-the-loop, Human performance and modelling, Human-system interaction, Sensing and recognition, User-centered design, Assistive robotics, Safety and Security, Ethical aspects of AI and ICT application
Prospective authors are invited to electronically submit regular papers of their work in English. Submit the full paper using the following layout. Limitation to 6 full pages, including paper title, authors and affiliations, figures and references (maximum size 2MB). Authors are requested to prepare the manuscripts in the IEEE two-column format template and to translate it in PDF. No other format in the submission and in the final version can be accepted. The IEEE two-column format template can be downloaded from this link.
Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings, and submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore on‐line digital library.
Finally! The confernce has started!
Venue: Square Congress CenterAddress: Mont des Arts/Kunstberg, B-1000 Brussels, Belgium
Website of Venue: https://www.square-brussels.com/en/