SEGE 2022

August 10-12 | Virtual Conference

Once again, 2022 10th International Conference on Smart Energy Grid Engineering was held in virtual mode during August 10-12 in Oshawa, Canada. We had been looking forward to seeing the participants and have face-to-face communication with each other, but the covid-19 pandemic made it impossible. Because the safety of webll-being of the pariticipants is what we care the most. We'd like to express our thanks for the online participation of all the presenters, speakers and honorable guests. Let's hope we can meet each other physically at the conference next year.

Conference Program

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Conference Proceedings  



Keynote Session

Panel Discussion

Group Photo

Best Presentation Award 2022

Session 1: Power Electronics and System Monitoring
Paper ID: SY0008-A
Presenter: Emilio C. Piesciorovsky (Electrification and Energy Infrastructures Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA)
Authors: Emilio C. Piesciorovsky, Thomas Karnowski
Paper Title: Power System Metering – High Frequency Variable Response & Testbed for Protective Relays Up To 20 kHz

Session 2: Power and Energy Engineering
Paper ID: SY0022
Presenter: Sara Fakih (IMT Atlantique, DSEE, GEPEA, UMR CNRS, France)
Authors: Sara Fakih, Mohamed Tahar Mabrouk, Mireille Batton-Hubert, Bruno Lacarrière
Paper Title: Impact of Uncertainties in Power Demand Estimation on the Optimal Design of Renewable Energy Sources and Storage Systems

Session 3: Smart Grid Operation and Management
Paper ID: SY0010
Presenter: Shadi Shahoud (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
Authors: Shadi Shahoud, Hatem Khalloof, Ragheed Khalouf, Clemens Düpmeier, Hüseyin Cakmak, Kevin Förderer, Veit Hagenmeyer
Paper Title: Fast Grid State Estimation for Power Networks: An Ensemble Machine Learning Approach

Session 4: Modern Energy Science and Technology
Paper ID: SY0015
Presenter: Greg Johnston (Newcastle University, UK)
Authors: Greg Johnston, Zoya Pourmirza
Paper Title: Framework for Digitalising Licensing in the UK Energy Sector

Keynote Speakers

Professor Tobias Geyer
Stellenbosch University, South Africa
 IEEE Fellow

Controlling Megawatts with Power Electronics

Professor Udaya K. Madawala
The University of Auckland, New Zealand
 IEEE Fellow

Advances in Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) Technology


Professor Maurizio Repetto
Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Computational intelligence for Renewable Energy integration in complex energy systems


Professor Luis Kun
Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies at National Defense University, USA
 IEEE Life Fellow

Global Multidimensional Threats in the Information Age and the Social Implications of Science and Technology


Professor Rupp Carriveau
University of Windsor, Canada
 Chair of the IEEE Ocean Energy Technology Committee

Smart Energy Solutions for Agriculture Applications

Professor Michael Fowler
University of Waterloo, Canada
 IEEE Life Fellow

Colours of Hydrogen Production