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Welcome to IEEE SmartGridComm 2023
News and Announcements
Registration and final submission will open next week. Please stay tuned for detailed instructions.
The IEEE SmartGridComm 2023 Conference, to be held in beautiful Glasgow, UK, will be featuring an exceptional lineup of distinguished keynote speakers (in alphabetic order)
Prof Claudio Cañizares
University of Waterloo,
Prof Tim Green
Dr Francesco Pititto
CTO, Energy -
Dr Jacqueline Redmond
Executive Director, PNDC,
Each speaker has made significant contributions to the field of smart grid and energy systems, and their talks are expected to provide valuable perspectives on the future of sustainable energy, grid resilience, and innovative technologies.
The IEEE SmartGridComm 2023 Conference will undoubtedly be a platform for fruitful discussions, collaborations, and networking within the smart grid community. Please save the dates (Oct. 31-Nov 3, 2023) and make sure to attend their keynote talks.
IEEE SmartGridComm 2023 soliciting proposal for panels or special sessions to complement the SmartGridcomm 2023 scientific program. The standard formats for events are the following. 4 or 5 experts will be invited and each will give a 10-minute position statement presentation. After all panelists give their short presentations, a moderator may ask several questions to the panelists before conducting a Q&A session with the audience. All organizers and speakers are expected to be physically present in Glasgow. Successful panelist will receive a single day registration waiver.
Name, affiliation, and email address of the organizer/moderator and of proposed speakersBrief biography of the organizer/moderator
The Organizing Committee is pleased to invite your participation in the 14th IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications (SmartGridComm 2023). This conference aims to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners from academia, industry, government institutions, and regulators with background in communications, energy, control, signal processing, analytics and information systems to exchange ideas, explore enabling technologies and share experiences related to smart grids.
We look forward to sharing the innovative technologies and approaches being used to enable two-way energy and information flow, faster fault isolation and power outages restoration, renewable energy integration and consumer energy optimization tools as well as other smart grid applications.