Call for Papers

The colloquium focuses on metrology infrastructure for effective development and deployment of intelligent grids as well as the accompanying applications and relevant topics. Authors are invited to submit original papers that will foster interactions between researchers and practitioners from industry and academia in wide scientific areas of intelligent/smart grid metrology.

Presented papers will be published in the 2020 Second International Colloquium on Intelligent Grid Metrology (SmaGriMet) as Conference Proceedings USB media.
Conference content will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases (with author’s approval).

Furthermore, authors of high quality papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work for potential publication in a special issue/section of an international journal.

The official language for the Colloquium is English. All printed materials, presentations and discussions will be in English.

Topics

The topics of interest, divided into two tracks, include but are not limited to:

Core track: Metrology for intelligent grids
Accompanying track: Customer
based applications
Metrology-grade power
and energy standards
Industry 4.0
Accurate and high-frequency digitizersIntelligent grid technology for home health care
Intelligent grids and microgridsIntelligent cities
Algorithms for power
and energy measurements
Electric vehicles chargers
Communication networks for transfer
of measurement data
Power electronics
Blockchain in power networksUbiquitous wireless and optical sensors
Electric power metrologySignal processing
SynchrophasorsImage and audio processing
Calibration and testing of
phasor measurement units
Fiber optic networks and systems
Security and privacy challenges
in intelligent grid systems
Machine learning and data mining
Renewable energy systems and distributed
generation within microgrids
Intelligent transport system (ITS) technologies
for Smart Transport Infrastructure
Energy storage technologies and systemsClean transportation
Grid protection, reliability, power qualityOther related topics

Important dates

Convened sessions, tutorials and workshops proposalsNovember 20th, 2019
Paper submissionJanuary 20th, 2020
Acceptance noteMarch 20th, 2020
Final paper submissionMay 25th, 2020
Registration deadlineJune 15th, 2020
Colloquium datesOctober, 20-23rd 2020

The official Call for Papers brochure can be downloaded here.