The 4th European Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference

Four days about smart energy systems

Monday 09 Sep 13

Contact

Jacob Østergaard
Professor, Head of Center
DTU Electrical Engineering
+45 45 25 35 01
DTU Elektro is proud to host the 4th European Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT) Conference where more than 600 delegates are expected to attend. The Conference program includes more than 200 speakers, including keynote speakers Minister of Climate and Energy Martin Lidegaard, CTO of Siemens Energy Michael Weinhold and Global Research Leader Energy & Utilities of IBM Ron Ambrosio.

The ISGT Conference will provide to the participants from industry and academia the opportunity to discuss the cutting-edge development of Smart Grid technologies and the associated solutions related to increased penetration of renewables and distributed energy resources in the power system. The aim of the Conference is to provide an international forum for experts to promote, share, and discuss issues and developments in the field of Smart Grid technologies and applications.
 
The program includes 17 overview plenary and panel sessions with more than 70 global Smart Grid leaders, 39 technical sessions with more than 250 presentations by industrial and academic experts, 3 tutorials on hot topics and 3 technical tours to Danish Smart Grid and renewable energy integration projects situated in Copenhagen and on Bornholm.
 
The organizing committee invites researchers, practitioners, decision makers and students, worldwide to participate.
 
The Conference is sponsored by IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES). IEEE is the world's largest association for the development and promotion of technologies related to electricity and electronics.
 
The conference takes place at DTU Lyngby Campus on 6-9 October 2013.
 
For elaborate information and registration you may visit the conference website on: www.ieee-isgt-2013.eu

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