Welcome to PSCC 2014!

August 18-22, 2014, Wroclaw, POLAND


PSCC 2014 is going on !!!


PSCC 2014 FINAL Technical Programme is available on-line or as PDF file.

(August 15, 2014)


PSCC 2014 Technical Programme is available as PDF file.

(August 7 & continuously updated)


Provisional schedule of Tutorial Session is added to Preliminary Technical Programme. More details here.

(July 16, 2014)


Everybody is welcome to acquaint with Preliminary Technical Programme of PSCC 2014. Programme is now available here.

(June 13, 2014)


Camera ready papers submission deadline extended till June 8, 2014!

Due to requests from several authors, the PSCC 2014 Organising Committee has extended the deadline of IEEE Xplore-compatible PDF camera ready papers submission till June 8, 2014. We hope that this deadline extension will be sufficient to enable all of the authors to finish their papers.

(May 30, 2014)


IMPORTANT: Authors of accepted papers are strongly encouraged to improve their papers in accordance with reviewers' recommendations and to take the opportunity to do so by no later than May 31st, 2014 June 8th, 2014 (deadline extension). Please note, that camera ready papers should be formatted in accordance with the IEEE conference paper format and be in IEEE Xplore compatible PDF format. More details in Authors section...

(May 9, 2014)


PSCC 2014 registration is now open! More info...
Early Bird Registration is until June 30, 2014.

(April 28, 2014)


The provisional Technical Programme is available.

(March 14, 2014)


ATTENTION!

The PSCC 2014 is technically co-sponsored by IEEE and all accepted and orally presented papers will be submitted to IEEE Xplore digital library.

IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)

(November 17, 2013)


WELCOME!

We have the great pleasure of inviting you to the 18th Power Systems Computation Conference (PSCC'14) which will take place in Wroclaw, Poland, August 18-22, 2014.

The Power Systems Computation Conference has developed into one of the most prestigious conferences in the area. The Conference gives to the international forum of researchers and power system engineers a good opportunity to exchange knowledge and experiences on the latest developments in the field. The emphasis is placed on both theoretical developments as well as on practical applications in the utility and manufacturing industries.

The Power Systems Computation Conference is being organised every three years, and the five latest conferences were held: in Stockholm (PSCC 2011), in Glasgow (PSCC 2008), in Liège (PSCC 2005), in Sevilla (PSCC 2002) and in Trondheim (PSCC 1999). The first PSCC was organized in the early sixties.

PSCC has developed a fair and rigorous paper review procedure in order to ensure high standards of Conference proceedings. This is the main task of the Technical Programme Committee (TPC) which is responsible for the technical programme including selection of papers. Therefore Authors are invited to submit contributions according to the established PSCC procedures. The list of topics for the new PSCC will be given here soon.

PSCC has also acquired reputation as an instrument of building a social network where participants and accompanying persons can get to know each other and make new friends. Therefore the common social programme will be an important part of the Conference, including reception, a conference tour and a conference dinner. The Local Organising Committee people will do their best to put all the elements of this programme together with emphasis on the history and culture of Wroclaw. We believe that the Conference participants coming to Wroclaw from all over the world will take home a lot of pleasant memories making them look forward to meeting at the next Conference again.

 


Honorary Patronage:

    Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne S.A.
Technical co-sponsor:

    IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
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