6 November 2012 | IET Birmingham: Austin Court
Important call for poster's dates
Paper submission deadline: Friday 24 August 2012
Notification of paper acceptance: Friday 21 September 2012
Final poster slide submission deadline: Friday 19 October 2012
To get involved in the programme or for more information contact the Event Producer:
Call for posters
Call for posters
Important call for posters dates
- Paper submission deadline: Friday 24 August 2012
- Notification of paper acceptance: Friday 21 September 2012
- Final poster slide submission deadline: Friday 19 October 2012
The IET Power Quality seminar will incorporate the best submitted papers into the main conference programme as oral presentations delivered to the entire audience as a full poster single slide presentation to compliment the invited speaker sessions. Other accepted papers will be delivered in poster form throughout the day.
View the programme page for a breakdown of sessions.
The submission process
Authors wishing to present their work at the IET Power Quality seminar are required to submit a full two page maximum length paper for consideration by the event reviewing committee.
Following the full paper review, authors will be notified via email of their paper acceptance. Successful authors will then be asked to generate an A0 portrait poster to be displayed at the event. A select number of the accepted authors will also be invited to deliver their poster orally to the audience to introduce and compliment the content of the invited speaker presentation.
Submitting your paper
- Use of the abstract template is mandatory and only abstracts following the instructions provided below will be considered. Please leave enough time when writing your paper for your company or employers’ approval / review if this is required
- Download and complete the ‘full paper’ template’ and send to email@example.com.
- Abstracts will be welcomed on but not limited to the topic areas outlined in the technical scope. Submit your abstract via the online submission system
- Ensure you indicate your chosen topic of submission by including the relevant poster code to your paper as per the technical scope below
|P1||Power quality modelling and simulation|
|P2||Power quality improvements|
|P3||Power quality analysis|
|P4||Power quality measurements|
|P5||Power quality monitoring|
|P6||Power quality economics|
|P7||Power quality standards|
|P8||Emerging topics in power quality|
- Dr Ahmed Zobaa, Brunel University
- Frank Griffith, ABB
Processing and publication of personal data
The personal information we receive from delegates will also be required after the conference. This is in order to render an account of the conclusions arrived at during the conference, for statistical purposes, and for the dispatch of information on relevant conferences in the future.
Personal data will be stored by the Institution of Engineering and Technology for future mailings and information on forthcoming conferences. Personal data may also, in certain cases, be released to other companies participating in the conference for the distribution of information and offers directly from them.