SSD’13. International Multi- Conference on Systems, Signals & Devices March 18-21 2013, Hammamet- Tunisia. www.ssd-conf.org email : [email protected] General Co-Chairs Moez Feki ICOS-CEM Research Lab , Engineering School of Sfax, University of Sfax Faouzi Derbel
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International Multi-Conference on
Systems, Signals & Devices
March 18-21 2013, Hammamet- Tunisia
email : [email protected]
ICOS-CEM Research Lab,
Engineering School of Sfax,
University of Sfax
Chair for Electrical Engineering and Instrumentation
Zwickau University of Applied Sciences
Technologies for RenewableEnergy Systems
Special session organizers: Prof. Luis Martínez-Salamero and Abdelali El Aroudi
The increasing energy demand associated with environmental concerns has led to local power generation using renewable energy sources, such as photovoltaic, wind power, fuel cells, etc..., instead of traditional bulk generation grids. These sources use power electronics converters as an interface with the aim of improving the system controllability, reliability, size and efficiency among other performances. We propose a special session that is aimed at providing a multidisciplinary insight into the problems of energy processing through power electronic circuits. We seek to make this session beneficial across the different disciplinary boundaries.
Aims and Scopes:
1- Stabilityanalysis techniques of switchingconverterswith applications to renewableenergy interfaces;
2. MPPT techniques in PV energysystems and gridconnectedinverters;
3. Control methods of switchingconverters for PV applications;
4- Modeling of electrical machines in windgenerationsystems;
5- Switchingconverters for fuellcells applications;
6. Modeling and simulation of renewableenergy system interfaces;
Paper Submission: .
Papers submitted to SSD’13 should be written in English and limited to six pages. Paper format and styles (LaTeX and MS-Word) are available for download at the conference website (www.ssd-conf.org). Submissions should be done electronically through the EDAS website http://edas.info//N10635.
PLEASE INDICATE THAT THE PAPER IS SUBMITTED TO THE SPECIAL SESSIONS ON Technologies for Renewable Energy Systems.
Kasim Al-Aubidy (JO) , Ghada Amer (EG) , Mohamed Chtourou (TN) , Nabil Derbel (TN) , Faouzi Derbel (D) , Mohamed Djemel (TN) , Moez Feki (TN) , Gerhard Fischerauer (D) , Olfa Kanoun (D) , Ahmed Masmoudi (TN) , Luis Martinez Salamero (E), Mohamed Mekidech (DZ) , Pierre Melchior (FR) , Mohamed M’Saad (FR)
The tenthedition of the InternationalMulti-Conference on Systems, Signals & Deviceswillbeco-organized by the University of Sfax, Chemnitz University of Technology, Zwickau University of Applied Sciences and Philadelphia University. SSD’13 willbeheld on March 18ththrough 21st in Hammamet the first tourist destination in Tunisiaowing to itsirresistiblebeaches and warm temperature.
Special session proposal: 30 Sep 2012
Regular paper submission: 15 Oct 2012
Acceptance notification: 15 Jan 2013
Final paper submission: 31 Jan 2013
International Multi-Conference on Systems, Signals & Devices. SSD’13. 18-21 March Hammamet - Tunisiawww.ssd-conf.org . [email protected]