Introduction

Florence, the spectacular capital of the region of Tuscany, is located on Italy’s northwest coast. It is a stunning medieval city divided into two parts by the River and it is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world with its overflow of palaces, churches and museums filled with masterful paintings and sculptures. Florence is justifiably called “the capital of arts”. According to statistics produced by UNESCO, 60% of the world’s most important works of art are located in Italy and approximately half of these are in Florence.

Florence transmits a multitude of emotions and sensations to all travelers: scents, flavors and works of art stimulate the senses step after step and remain engraved on the memory. Surrounded by lovely hills, Florence is an open air museum which houses some of the most precious treasures of Italy including the Cathedral with its splendid Dome designed by Brunelleschi, Giotto’s Campanile, the Uffizi Gallery, and much, much more. But it is the hidden and lesser known Florence that will remain in your heart: the Florence of the tiny artisan workshops which hand down ancient techniques from generation to generation, the small churches and street markets, traditional “trattorias” and places off the beaten path.

Florence has a unique artistic heritage, a glorious testimony to its secular civilization. Cimabue and Giotto, the fathers of Italian painting, lived here, along with Arnolfo and Andrea Pisano, reformists of architecture and sculpture; Brunelleschi, Donatello and Masaccio, founders of the Renaissance;Ghiberti and the Della Robbia dynasty; Filippo Lippi and Fra Angelico; Botticelli and Paolo Uccello; the universal geniuses Leonardo da Vinci, and Michelangelo. Their works, along with those of many generations of artists up to the masters of the present century, are gathered in the city’s museums.

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Committee

Chair 

Rosa Anna Mastromauro, University of Florence, Italy    

Honorary Chair 

Mariusz Malinowski,Warsaw University of Technology Poland

Co-Chair  

Luigi Piegari, Politecnico di Milano,  Italy        

Honorary Co-Chair 

Antonio Luque, University  of Seville,Spain

Technical Program Chairs    

Marco Liserre, Christian-Albrechts-Universitat zu Kiel, Germany
João Martins, NOVA School of Science and Technology, Portugal
Dmitri Vinnikov, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Publication Chairs

Haitham Abu-Rub, Texas A&M University, Qatar
Frede Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, Denmark

Special Session Chairs

Radu Bojoi, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Tomislav Dragicevic, Technical University of Denmark,  Denmark
Enrique Romero Cadaval, University of Extremadura, Spain

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Important date

2021-02-21
Draft paper submission deadline
2021-04-01
Draft paper acceptance notification

Submission Topics

TECHNICAL TRACKS:

• POWER GENERATION, TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION
• POWER ELECTRONICS AND APPLICATIONS
• SMART GRIDS TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS
• RENEWABLE ENERGIES
• STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES
• DISTRIBUTED POWER GENERATION SYSTEMS COMMUNICATION, SECURITY AND SMART METERING
• ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
• TRANSPORTATION ELECTRIFICATION
• ELECTRIC MOBILITY
• ENERGY MARKET
• EMI AND EMC ISSUES

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    Jul 16

    2021

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