PCIM Asia conference 2023 call for papers now open
The PCIM Asia Conference 2023 is an exciting opportunity for experts in the field of power electronics to present their research, scientific papers, and new technology trends to an audience of over 500 industry peers. As part of the event, held from 29th to 31st August 2023 at the Shanghai International Expo Centre, the conference is inviting interested individuals to submit abstracts to be incorporated into the conference proceedings and published in scientific databases. The call for papers closes on 15th March 2023.
PCIM Asia 2023 and the PCIM Asia Conference will once again offer an in-depth exploration of the latest developments in the power electronics industry, with a range of interactive seminars, workshops, and networking opportunities. Attendees can expect to gain valuable insights into the latest technology trends, market opportunities, and best practices from industry experts.
Professor Dr. Leo Lorenz, Chairman of the PCIM Advisory Board shared his thoughts on the upcoming edition: “PCIM Asia 2023 is set to remain as one of the most important events of the year for the power electronics and intelligent motion industry in the region. It will once again provide a platform for industry professionals to come together to discuss the latest technologies, trends, and developments in the field, and to build relationships that will last far beyond the event.”
The ‘Electrification of Transportation Systems’ segment will be highlighted at the 2023 conference alongside other key topics including:
- Advanced power semiconductors
- Packaging and reliability
- Passive components and integration
- AC/DC converters
- DC/DC converters
- Digital power conversion
- Motor drive & motion control
- High frequency power electronic converters and inverters
- Automotive power electronics
- System reliability
- Power quality solutions
- Smart grid power electronics
- Power electronics in transmission systems
The submissions will be reviewed by the PCIM Asia Advisory Board, and upon their acceptance will be considered for a 20-minute talk or poster session. Successful submissions will also be included in the PCIM Asia conference proceedings and in the Ei Comendex, IEEExplore, IET Inspec-Directm and Scopus scientific databases.
As always, there will be three awards honouring the most outstanding achievements and contributions of researchers, with all winners receiving an attractive prize. Awards include ‘The Best Paper Award’ for the best overall submission, ‘The Young Engineer Award’, which recognises an engineer under the age of 35 for an outstanding paper and ‘The University Scientist Award’ for universities best promoting the development of the power electronics industry.