Young Researchers Symposium
One of the goals of the IEEE joint IAS & PELS &PES BENELUX Chapter is to encourage collaboration between researchers, students and industry in the field of electrical power engineering, power electronics and industrial applications. This symposium offers a unique opportunity for young researchers to present their first scientific work to each other, senior researchers and interested people from industry. In this way, the participants can gain useful conference experience, get feedback and establish useful contacts.
This event is of interest to young engineers, scientists and technologists from academic and research institutes. Senior researchers and interested people from industry and academia are welcome as attendees.
YRS 2018 will bring together early career researchers (postdocs and graduate students) from a wide range of disciplines within electrical power engineering, power electronics and industrial applications to exchange information and practice. This event will focus on the research activities of young researchers within the Benelux and provide them an opportunity to explore potential research collaborations across the laboratories. Furthermore, it offers an excellent platform to demonstrate their research activities to an external audience.
All young researchers are encouraged to submit an abstract for poster or oral presentation. There will be a selection process for oral presentations. Both oral and poster presentations will be evaluated by referees and the best presenters will be awarded a cash prize.
– Submission of 2-page 1-column abstract: March 1, 2018
– Notification of acceptance: March 31, 2018
– Receipt of final manuscripts: May 1, 2018
– Symposium: May 24-25, 2018
Will be available soon
- Prof. Dr. ir. Damien Ernst (ULg), GREDOR: Management of distribution systems open to renewables
- Dr. ir. Fabien Meinguet (Thales Alenia Space), Challenges to come in Power Electronics for Space
Prof. Johan Gyselinck
Dept. of Bio, Electro And Mechanical Systems (BEAMS)
Faculty of Engineering
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 50
1050 Brussels, Belgium