it is our great pleasure to invite you to the Second International Colloquium on Smart Grid Metrology which is organized by University of Zagreb, FER, and University of Split, FESB. The Colloquium is also supported by Croatian Cigre Section. The event will be held in Split, Croatia, from 9th to 12th April, 2019.
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
Call for paper
The colloquium focuses on metrology infrastructure for effective development and deployment of smart 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 smart grid metrology.
Presented papers will be published in the 2019 First International Colloquium on Smart Grid Metrology (SmaGriMet) as Conference Proceedings both on USB and in IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
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.
More information can be found here: http://smagrimet.org/further-publication/
The official language for the Colloquium is English. All printed materials, presentations and discussions will be in English.
|Submission of manuscripts (2 pages abstracts or 4-5 pages full paper)||November 15th, 2018|
|Notification of acceptance||December 15th, 2018|
|Final manuscript submission||January 26th, 2019|
|Author registration deadline||February 1st, 2019|
Topics of submission
The topics of interest, divided to three tracks, include but are not limited to:
|Track 1: Metrology for smart grids||Track 2: Customer based applications||Track 3: Utility side metering applications|
|Accurate digitizers||Advanced energy meters||Calibration and testing of phasor measurement units|
|Accurate wideband transducers||Data analytics||Machine learning|
|Algorithms for power and energy measurements||Embedded systems||Merging units|
|Calibration methods||Energy management||Methods and algorithms for real-time analysis|
|Harmonics and interharmonic measurement||Energy storage and electric vehicles chargers||Modeling and prediction under uncertainty|
|High frequency digitizers||Home based sensors, meters and data acquisition||On site power quality measurements|
|Instrument transformers||Human body sensors||Other smart grid standards (61970, 62056, 61968 )|
|Metrology-grade power and energy standards||Internet of things||Phasor measurement units (PMU) applications|
|Noise reduction||Medical smart grid infrastructure||Power quality measurement standards (61000, 1159 )|
|Nonconventional sensors||Optical communications and sensors||Precision timing for smart grids (GPS based, IEEE 1588)|
|Phase comparison||Power line communications||Security and privacy challenges in smart grids|
|Power grid metrology||Security of data||Synchrophasor standards (61850; C37.118 )|
|Power quality measurements||Smart cities applications and sensors||Visualizations for control centers|
|Signal processing||Smart metering and diagnostics in equipment||Wide area monitoring, protection and control|
|Smart water and gas applications|
|Vehicle integration to smart grids|
|Web metering applications|
|Wireless sensor networks|