ICPSPE is delighted to invite all the participants across the globe to attend the INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOFT COMPUTING APPLICATIONS TO POWER SYSTEMS & POWER ELECTRONICS (ICPSPE-17) which will be held on 12th – 13th April 2017 at Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Viswa Mahavidyalaya, (Sankara University), Kanchipuram
International conference on SOFT COMPUTING APPLICATIONS TO POWER SYSTEMS & POWER ELECTRONICS provides a valuable opportunity for all over world developers, researchers to engage in scientific discussion about the current research and latest advancement that help the world going forward.
The conference facilitates the exchange of new ideas in the fields of internet science and to create a dialogue between developer and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges and the problem solution adopted in the field of applied science and engineering, technology. In the matter of very few years the applied science and engineering, technology become a very powerful platform that has been changed the way of gain the knowledge about applied science and engineering technology.
The content will have soft computing applications to power systems & power electronics slop with a focus on both innovation and application to daily lives. It will cover diverse disciplines such as health and life science, energy and environment, advanced materials, technology-based manufacturing, information science and technology, and marine and transportations technologies.
The content are going to be revealed within the conference continuing. Awards for a deserving candidate are going to be given in proper manner as per their researchers, paper presentations, and journals.
Accepted paper are going to be supplied with a Digital Object identifier (DOI) range and can be published on doidirectory.com, Award are going to be given for the most effective one.
Delegates from IFERP conferences with wise concepts and analysis initiatives would be sent to carry out the analysis and development activities at overseas, abroad and International organizations having collaboration with IFERP.
The aim of the confernce is to provide an opportunity for exchanging Technological advancements and Scientific research in the Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Engineers, Scientiests and Researchers, Practitioners can share their knowledge, expertise and experiences in various concepts and innovations in the present scenario.
|Last Date of Abstract Submission||30th March '17|
|Last Date of full paper Submission||31st March '17|
|Last Date of Registration||05th April '17|
|Date of Conference||12th – 13th April '17|
Soft computing is a technique of natural heuristics and capable of production with complex systems because it does not require exacting mathematical definitions and distinctions for the system components. The role model for soft computing is like a human mind. The principle of soft computing is: Exploit the acceptance for imprecision, uncertainty, and partial truth to achieve tractability, robustness, and low solution cost. Soft computing is a partnership in which each of the constituents contributes a distinct methodology for addressing the problem in its domain logic. These biologically inspired methods are called Soft Computing. Soft Computing is an umbrella term for a collection of computing techniques. It refers to a collection of computational techniques in computer science, artificial intelligence, machine learning in engineering areas there are several systems Aircraft, spacecraft, cooling and heating, communication network, mobile robot, inverters and converters, electric power system, power electronics and motion control etc. Modern power system studies have more complex mathematical models owing to the use of power electronic based control devices and the implementation of deregulation policies which leads to operation close to the system limits. New computing techniques, such as those based on artificial intelligence and evolutionary principles, are also being introduced in these studies. All these facts are increasing even further the computer requirements of power system applications. High-performance techniques have achieved a stage of industrial development which allows economical use in this type of application Power electronics is the application of solid-state electronics for control and conversion of electronic powers. This deals with the design, control, computation and integration of nonlinear, time-varying energy-processing electronic systems with fast dynamics. Power Electronics is the study of electronic circuits in order to control the flow of electrical energy. The first high power electronic devices were mercury-arc valves. In modern systems, the conversion is performed with semiconductor switching devices such as diodes.