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EEE to host 2022 power systems international conference

The University of Manchester's Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) is to host yet another major international conference in the area of power systems.

To be held between 12 and 15 June 2022, the 17th International Conference on Probabilistic Modelling Applied to Power Systems (PMAPS) will be chaired by Professor Jovica Milanovic. It follows EEE's successful organisation of two previous leading conferences in the area of electrical power engineering.

In December 2011 the 2nd IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES) Innovative Smart Grid Technologies - Europe conference attracted 511 delegates, while the 12th IEEE PES PowerTech conference, held in June 2017, attracted 689.

The International Conference on PMAPS will be the third major international conference financially and/or technically sponsored by the IEEE Power and Energy Society that will be organised by Manchester academics working in the area of power systems and chaired by Professor Milanovic.

Alongside Professor Milanovic (General Chair), the conference leadership team will include Dr Robin Preece (Technical Programme Chair), Dr Konstantinos Kopsidas (Publications Chair) and Dr Alessandra Parisio (Web and Communications Chair).

The award of this conference to The University of Manchester can be seen as recognition by the international electrical power engineering community of the sustained high-quality research carried out by Manchester academics in the area of electrical power systems in particular, and electrical power engineering in general.

 

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