Call for papers

NPSC-2024

Instructions for Paper Submission for NPSC 2024

  • The papers can be submitted to any of the relevant Track given below or accepted Special Session.
  • Submit IEEE two-column format .pdf file not exceeding six (6) A4 size pages (maximum size 2MB). Longer submissions may be automatically rejected. The Conference Paper Templates can be downloaded from following link:  Click here to download Word Template / Click here to download Latex Template
  • Use standard fonts such as Arial, Calibri, Courier, Helvetica, Tahoma, Times New Roman, Verdana, etc. with font sizes no smaller than 10 pt and no larger than 12 pt. A submission implies a willingness to register and present the work if the paper is accepted for presentation at the conference.
  • The paper will go for single blind review. The authors should clearly mention their names and affiliations in the paper.
  • The paper must include an abstract of about 200 words and a maximum of five keywords. 
  • Submitted papers will go through plagiarism check. Papers having similarity scores of 30% or above are liable to be rejected without further review.
  • Manuscripts will be reviewed by the Technical Program Committee. Authors of the accepted papers will be informed by email. Information about necessary revisions will be communicated to the corresponding author through email. 
  • Authors of accepted papers must submit the final paper version according to the deadline, register for the conference, and attend to present their paper(s). The maximum length for final papers is 6 pages without exceptions. Moreover, it is not possible to add or remove names to the author list once a paper is accepted. 
  • It is mandatory for at least one of the authors to register and present for publication of the accepted paper in proceedings.
  • Paper submission: link
  • The paper submission starts from March 1, 2024.

Important Dates:

 
Submission starts from

March 1, 2024

 
Full paper submission deadline

June 30, 2024 – July 10, 2024

 
Acceptance notification

September 15, 2024

 
Camera-ready paper deadline

October 15, 2024

 
Registration opens

September 15, 2024

 
Registration closes

November 15, 2024

Note:
All the presented papers will be published in IEEE Explore. Additionally, 20% of presented papers will be invited for a separate review process for potential publication in IAS Transactions or Magazine.

Tracks
Papers are invited under the following tracks, but not limited to:

T1: Power System Operation, Monitoring and Control
  • Optimal operation of power system
  • Power system dynamics and stability
  • Load and generation forecasting
  • Flexibility requirement and resource adequacy
  • Power system security and reliability
  • Energy management systems
  • Synchrophasor measurements and wide area monitoring systems
T2: Power System Protection
  • Network protection with converter-based sources
  • Substation automation and digital twins
  • Wide area protection and control
  • Microgrid protection
  • Testing and commissioning of protection relays
T3: Power Electronics Applications and Drives
  • Converter topologies, modeling, and control
  • Power quality aspects
  • Electric machines and drives
  • Energy storage management systems
  • Condition monitoring of power processing equipment HVDC and FACTS
T4: Renewable Energy Integration
  • Green energy generation technologies
  • Power electronics-based interfaces and controls
  • Microgrid management
  •  Distributed energy resources operation
  • Planning towards decarbonized grid
  • Renewable energy and grid connectivity requirements and practice in India
  • Power systems with low inertia
  • Operation planning with distributed generation
  • Energy storage systems (batteries, pump, hydro, flywheels, hydrogen)
  • Renewable energy to power electrolysers
  • Black start capability of renewable power plants
T5: Electricity Markets and Regulatory Aspects
  • Power system economics
  • Transactive energy and peer-to-peer energy trading
  • Regulatory policies and grid code
  • Demand side management
  • Ancillary services
  • Risk management
  • Electricity tariffs and regulations
T6: Data Analytics and Cyber Security in Smart Grids
  • AI and ML applications
  • Data driven algorithms
  • Cyber security
  •  Big data and block chain technologies
  • IoT applications and cloud computing
  • Smart meter data analytics
  • Signal processing analytics for power system
  • IT and OT interface with cyber security
T7: Demand Side Management and Electric mobility
  • Automated demand response
  • Demand side flexibility
  • Electrification of transportation systems
  • EV charging and energy management infrastructure
  • Power converters and power trains for EVs
  • Design aspects of EVs
  • V2X and X2V
  • Challenges associated with EV penetration
T8: Grid Flexibility and Resiliency
  • Operation strategies to enhance resiliency
  • Resiliency in decarbonized grid
  • Operational flexibility
  • Generation fleet optimization
  • Long term planning for flexibility