IEEE IES IECON 2018 announced “Special Section on Electric Vehicle Charging Systems: Architectures, Communication, and Management" [CFP]. This special section is co-sponsored by IES Energy Storage Technical Committee and Resilience and Security for Industrial Applications (ReSia) Technical Committee.
The first IES conference dedicating on sustainable energy systems, IESES 2018, was successfully held in Waikato University, New Zealand, Jan. 31-Feb. 2, 2018. This very first conference gathered more than 100 participants worldwidely. ESTC members significantly involved and contributed to IESES 2018. The next IESES will be held in Cagliari, Italy, in 2020.
Welcome: The Energy Storage Technical Committee (ES-TC) of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IEEE-IES) was established in 2013 in order to promote research in the field of energy storage technologies, as well as the management and integration of energy storage systems (ESSs) into the emerging industrial applications, such as electric vehicles (EVs) and renewable energies.
Mission: The ES-TC aims at providing an open, multi-disciplinary and dynamic environment to foster the aggregation and collaboration among experts from academy and industry interested in testing, modeling, managing, and deploying energy storage systems. The main focus is on rechargeable batteries and super-capacitors, but attention is also drawn to other innovative energy storage technologies. An important goal of the ES-TC is the dissemination of up-to-date research achievements and new ideas related to the topics of interest for the TC (link to the topic page). On these topics, the ES-TC promotes the organization of special sessions on IEEE-IES Transactions and Conferences, as well as tutorials and workshops.