ELECTRIMACS 2014 is an international conference on theory and application of modeling and simulation in electrical power engineering including electric machines, power electronic converters and power systems. The objectives of the conference are to provide scientific and professional interactions for the advancement of the modeling, simulation, design optimization, implementation and analysis domain.
Recent development of complex systems such as distributed power systems, electrical vehicles and
tractions, renewable energy systems, spatial, air borne and naval applications are encouraged. The conference will only feature oral presentations.
Invited speakers will focus attention on future trends in areas of interest to the conference.
All papers accepted for presentation at the ELECTRIMACS 2014 Conference and accompanied with paid registrations will be published in the conference proceedings.
A selection of papers presented at the conference and accepted in a further peer reviewing process will be published in a special issue of Transactions of IMACS Mathematics and Computers in Simulation.
System open for submissions:
Deadline for submissions:
1st of December 2013
New Deadline for submissions:
23rd of December 2013
Acceptance notification: 1
st of March 2014
Submission of final manuscript: 5th of April 2014
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Modeling and Simulation
- Modeling methods and software development
- Modeling and simulation of control methods
- Modeling and simulation of power systems
- Modeling and simulation of power electronics and drives
- Modeling and simulation of distributed generating systems
- Modeling and simulation of electric machines and transformers
- Simulation methodologies for design and analysis of electromagnetic devices
- Thermal problems
- Design and Optimization
- Computer-aided design and optimization
- Optimization methods
- Multiphysics issues
- Storage systems
- System identification and optimization methods
- Electric machine, power systems and transformer design
- Implementation and Analysis
- Electromagnetic compatibility
- Power quality
- Real-time simulation methods
- Digital implementation
- Emulation, Hardware In Loop (HIL)
- Emerging electric technologies