See you next year!


SLED 2019 was a success of participation, technical contribution and networking. We had about 80 attendees from the industry and the academia, with global participation.

Thanks to the Politecnico di Torino for hosting us in the new Energy Center, to our sponsor societies PELS, IAS, IES and EPE, and to our industrial sponsors HBM, PEIC and Imperix.

See you next year in .. (to be revealed soon!)


SLED is the IEEE International Symposium on Sensorless Control for Electrical Drives presenting the state of the art and future perspective of Sensorless Drives.

The Symposium will present the latest advancements and future perspectives of sensorless control for electric motor drives and grid-connected converters, gathering international experts from the academia and the industry. We would be delighted to have your input at the symposium and your contribution to discussions on present trends and opportunities in this field.


Contributed Papers
Original technical papers are solicited on any subject pertaining to the scope of the conference that includes, but is not limited to the following topics:
• States estimation for motion control and grid-connected converters
• Self-commissioning
• Condition monitoring
• Machine design for sensorless control
• Impact of machine design on sensorless control performance
• Implementation issues of sensorless control for real products
• Emerging applications for sensorless control


Important Dates
• Full papers submission: April 15, 2019
• Notification of acceptance: June 03, 2019
• Deadline for final manuscripts: July 27, 2019

All papers accepted and presented at SLED 2019 will be included in IEEEXplore®. In addition to the technical sessions, three invited keynote lectures will be included in the conference program, by worldwide recognized leaders. The presented papers are eligible to be reviewed for the IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications.


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