News and updates
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13.10.2020. – Instructions for attending virtual colloquium available at the botom of the Presentation Guides.
07.10.2020. – Registered Attendees will be able to access the SMAGRIMET 2020 virtual program on the following site https://program.smagrimet.org. All the attendees will receive personal email with login information on 14.10.2020.
24.06.2020. – SMAGRIMET 2020 is moving online
The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our priority. With the continuously changing travel restrictions due to COVID-19, SMAGRIMET 2020 has moved online. The online event allows us to reach a wider audience while maintaining the high-quality content SMAGRIMET is known for.
24.04.2020. – Keynote lecture announced
Dr. Shay Bahramirad, Vice President of Engineering and Smart Grid at ComEd:
Building a More Sustainable and Resilient Grid
New, extended deadlines for full paper submission, review and registration until June/July 2020.
New Workshop under the title Perspectives of Digital Substations announced!
Keynote, panel and tutorial information was updated.
Second call for papers sent (detailed information and extended deadlines announcement).
Deadlines for paper submission are extended until April, 20th.
it is our great pleasure to invite you to the Third International Colloquium on Intelligent Grid Metrology – SMAGRIMET 2020 which is organized by University of Zagreb, FER, and University of Split, FESB.
The Colloquium is also supported by Croatian Cigre Section and IEEE Region 8, IEEE Croatia Section and IEEE Croatia Section IM Chapter.
The event will be held online (instead of in Cavtat-Dubrovnik, Croatia) from 20th to 23rd October, 2020.
Following our previous experience, it is our pleasure to invite again the international experts in precise metrology infrastructure for effective development and deployment of smart grids as well as in broad range of its accompanying applications in ubiquitous wireless and optical sensors, smart cities and vehicles, medicine, signal processing, machine learning, energy management and beyond.
We wish to provide and foster an environment for exchanging university and industrial knowledge and ideas in the form of oral and poster sessions, invited speaker presentations, special sessions, industrial workshops and exhibitions.
We believe that our choice of topics would encourage the interdisciplinary cooperation and networking as the participants enjoy vibrant, cosy and relaxed atmosphere of beautiful Croatian coast and town of Split.
|Prof. Roman Malarić, PhD|
SMAGRIMET General Chair
University of Zagreb, FER
|Prof. Goran Petrović, PhD
SMAGRIMET General Co-Chair
University of Split, FESB