—New model predictive control (MPC) methods for electrical drives and power converters.
—Robust predictive control solutions.
—Implementation issues of MPC (e.g. FPGA, DSP, etc.).
—Data-driven (modeless) predictive control techniques.
—Artificial intelligence in predictive control frame.
—Predictive control for power system, smart- and micro- grids, other energy conversion systems, etc.
Paper Submission Guidelines
Papers to PRECEDE 2021 can be submitted via Easychair online submission system.
The submissions must clearly state the objectives of the work, the significance in advancing engineering or science, and the methods and specific results in sufficient detail.
All submissions should be written in English with a maximum paper length of six (6) printed pages including key equations, figures, tables and references without incurring additional page charges (maximum 4 additional pages with over-length page charge for an additional fee, if accepted) in the standard IEEE two-column conference format.
The submissions will be reviewed using a double-blind peer review process to ensure confidentiality and fair review. Deviations from these essential requirements will be grounds for immediate rejection.
Templates:Latex TemplateWord Template
Accepted papers of PRECEDE-2021 will be published in conference proceedings by IEEE, which will be archived to IEEE Xplore, and indexed by EI and Scopus.
Papers will be presented in a combination of parallel sessions and interactive format, depending on the total number of submissions accepted. Details of the final presentation format will be available on the conference website at a later date.