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INTELEC2011 – NEWSLETTER – July 2011
 


Invitation to join our exclusive tutorials
Energy, technique and telecommunication: our world develops in a high speed mode and does not decelerate. Therefore neither can we. During the INTELEC2011 Conference, five tutorials are presented to you, all taught by world specialists in those fields.

Schedule
All tutorials are presented on Sunday, October 9, 2011.

Morning session 10:00 – 13:00

  1. Energy That Surrounds Us (Energy Harvesting and Wireless Transfer)
    Prof. Dr. Stan Valtchev, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
    Dr. Loreto Mateu, Fraunhofer IIS, Nuremberg, Germany
  2. Advanced Battery Technologies For Telecom Applications
    Dr. Subhas Chalasani, President R&D, Exide, India

Lunchbreak (30 min)

Afternoon session 13:30 – 17:00

  1. Rechargeable batteries: Key component between Smart Grid and Electrical Transportation / Modelling of rechargeable batteries leading to advanced Battery Management Systems
    Prof. Dr. Peter Notten, Dr. D. Danilov, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
  2. Future Energy Grids: Automation and Monitoring Challenges
    Prof. Rik W. De Doncker, Prof. Antonello Monti, Prof. Ferdinanda Ponci, RWTH Aachen, Germany
  3. Fuel Cells
    Dr. Kathryn Bullock, Coolohm inc., USA

About the Tutorials
The tutorials are divided up in the following three pillars in which are observed:

Storage

Fuel Cells (tutorial 5).
Various types of fuel cells and their applications are discussed, along with their fuels, operating systems, safety and environment issues.

Batteries (tutorial 3).
Due to the unpredictable nature of fluctuating energy sources, local electricity storage as rechargeable batteries will indispensably play a key role. Following, the improvement and refining of the battery management systems (BMS) performance using adaptive mathematical models.

Advanced Battery Technologies for Telecom Applications (tutorial 2).
Various battery technologies will be discussed, as well as battery maintenance and monitoring.

Generation

Energy That Surrounds Us: Energy Harvesting (tutorial 1 part one).
An overview of a self-powered system will be introduced together with the different existing possibilities of operating the electronic load to achieve energy neutral operation.

Distribution

Future Energy Grids (tutorial 4).
This tutorial provides the context of new communication needs in power systems, their requirements, in light of monitoring and control functions, and the consequences on the implementation methods (Smart Grids).

Energy That Surrounds Us: Wireless Transfer of Energy (tutorial 1 part two).
The methods to obtain the necessary electric energy at the consumer site without wiring, were and still are an attractive goal for the researchers. The nature of the energy transmission process will be discussed in close connection to the applications that it permits.


Registration
For each tutorial a registration fee of €250 is requested (student rate €125).
For participation, please do register timely.
You can visit our website http://www.intelec2011.org/ for more information on the tutorials and its speakers.



 

 

Deadlines  
Manuscript submission and Author Registration
July 31, 2011
Early Registration Fee ends at
July 31, 2011
Early Hotel Registration ends at
July 31, 2011

www.intelec2011.org


Dr. Kathryn Bullock


Prof. Dr. P.H.L. (Peter) Notten


Dr. D. (Dmitry) Danilov


Dr. Loreto Mateu


Prof. Dr. Stan Valtchev


Prof. Rik W. De Doncker


Prof. Antonello Monti


Prof. Ferdinanda Ponci 


Subhas Chalasani, President R&D, Exide, India



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