About the conference
The CIGRÉ’s Romanian National Committee, as organizer, CNTEE Transelectrica (the Romanian TSO) and ALSTR (the Romanian technical authority in the field of Live Maintenance), as co-organizers, invite you to CIGRÉ event Regional South-East European Conference (RSEEC 2014), October 8th – 10th , 2014, Timisoara Hotel 4*, Timisoara City, Romania – event organized with kind support of CIGRÉ Paris, SEERC – South-East European Region CIGRÉ and University "Politehnica" of Timisoara (UPT).
At its second edition, it is a major biannual event in power systems which will provide an exceptional venue to CIGRÉ members and interested parties for presenting: Innovation for efficient and effective management, solutions for power systems of the future!
The conference will include tutorials, technical papers sessions and a 3 days exhibition.
The location is Timisoara Hotel, TIMISOARA (Address: Str. Marasesti nr 1-3, 300086, Timisoara – for more details please visit http://hoteltimisoara.ro )
The conference brings together power systems engineers, decision makers, economists, academics and others with interest in the domain. The conference also promotes CIGRÉ as a strong technical organization, capable of contributing to the technical expertise and know-how through its study committees, conference proceedings and the technical documents [for more details on previous edition please click here].
Deadline to send the Paper Abstract: 1st June 2014 (extended term)
Notification to authors about abstract acceptance: 1st July 2014 (extended term)
Deadline to send the Paper Manuscript: 1st August 2014
Deadline for submitting the Copyright Form: 1st August 2014
Deadline for Authors Registration: 1st August 2014
Deadline for other Participants Registration: 1st October 2014
Conference Dates: 8th – 10th October 2014, Timisoara, Romania
1. Electrical networks of the future
- Active transmission and distribution networks
- New concept in planning and operation
2. State of the Technology and Future Trends
- New equipment, environment, sustainability
- Equipment’s life time management
3. Power system solutions for renewable sources (RES)
- RES technologies
- Energy storage
4. Challenges in education of power system workforce
- Education and training
- R&D programs application
- Energy storage
5. Live working
- Methods, procedures, tools and equipment
- Technical and economic benefits
- Selection, training, licensing and risk prevention activities
- Aspects of standardization and regulation
Language of the Conference
The working language of the symposium is English. All printed materials will be published in English.