The IEEE PES ISGT Europe 2021 (ISGT Europe 2021) is organized by IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) and Aalto University, Espoo, Finland, 18.-21.10.2021

The aim of the conference is to provide an international forum for experts to promote, share, and discuss innovations and developments in the field of smart grid technologies and applications. The academic and industrial community will address new challenges and share solutions at the interface of technology, information, and complex systems, and discuss future research directions. IEEE PES ISGT-Europe 2021 will feature keynotes, plenary sessions, paper, and poster sessions, industry presentations, and panels by worldwide experts on the smart grid and related technologies.

We invite the submission of original, unpublished technical papers on topics including but not limited to:

  • New Smart technologies in different energy sectors and energy systems
  • Industry experience in deploying smart grid technologies for power generation, transmission, distribution, energy conversion, and storage
  • Smart multi-energy infrastructures and the environment
  • Information and communication technologies for smart grids, interoperability, and cyber-security
  • Power electronics, control, and protection systems for smart grid applications
  • Electromagnetic transients and HV techniques in smart grids and renewable energy integration
  • Planning and operation of low carbon single-/multi-domain energy systems
  • Smart Energy Prosumers
  • Demand-side management, building automation, and ambient intelligence
  • Transmission system technologies, HVDC and FACTS
  • Distribution system and substation automation
  • System integration of distributed energy resources, islanding and microgrids, hosting capacity
  • Planning, operation, and management of smart grid assets
  • Electric vehicle technologies and interactions with the grid (planning, operation, management)
  • Smart grid monitoring and advanced metering infrastructures
  • Diagnostics, maintenance, risks, reliability, vulnerability and self-healing of smart grids
  • Uncertainty management in smart grid planning, forecasting and operation
  • Regulations, standards and codes for smart grids
  • Computational intelligence and data analytics
  • Smart grid impacts on electricity markets, pricing and incentive/penalty schemes
  • Monitoring and control of power quality in smart grids
  • Business models and ecosystem studies for smart grids
  • Microgrid, aggregator, and community energy systems
  • Decarbonisation technologies, policies, and support
  • Education and training on smart grids

Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements.