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AEEES will provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Energy and Electrical Engineering.
Submission Special Sessions via Easychair Submission System:
>>Session 1: Risk Assessment and Planning of Power Systems Integrated with High Penetration of Renewable Energies
Bo Hu, Chongqing University, China

>>Session 2: The Electricity Market and the Utilization of Clean Energy
Organizer: Zhi Cai, China Electric Power Research Institute, China

>>Session 3: Optimization, Control and Protection of Renewable Energy
Bo Yang, Kunming University of Science and Technology, China

>>Session 4: Self-Healing and Advanced Protections for Power Distribution Systems
Jinrui Tang, Wuhan University of Technology, China

>>Session 5: Intelligent Control and Management of Modern Power and Energy Systems
Bowen Zhou, Northeastern University, China
Co-Organizer: Mingjian Cui, The University of Tennessee, USA

>>Session 6: Demand Response for Renewable Energy Integration into Power Grid
Organizer: Siyang Liao, Wuhan University, China

For the following topics, please submit to AEEES 2021-Other topics.
Energy Conservation
Energy Conversion
Fuel Cell Technology
Plasma Technology
Renewable Energy Sources
Solar Energy
Water Energy
Wind Energy
Converters and Inverters
Fault Diagnosis
Grounding and Protection Systems
HV Power Lines
Network Harmonics
Nuclear Energy
Power Distribution
Power Flow Analysis
Power Quality
Power System Design
Power System Operation
Power System Planning
Power System Stability and Control
Reliability and Security
Power system planning, Power management, Power engineering, and Education
Breakdown Impacts
Computer Applications and Software Development
Demand Management
Electricity Power Pools
Energy Management Systems
Energy Policies and Regulation
Energy Pricing
Global Restructuring
Investment Coordination
Optimization Techniques
Power Economics
Power Engineering and Education
Power Market Deregulation
Power System Planning
Pricing Policies
Problems of the Power Industry
Retail Power Markets

Related topics are also broadly welcomed!

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