Updates on Events & Conferences Impacted by COVID-19

 

ESTMP

Following up on the COVID 19 issue, the WHO has declared COVID-19 disease to be a pandemic and the number of cases in Alberta have increased. Our number one priority is the health and safety of ESTMP participants, the ESTMP 2020 committee has decided to reschedule the workshop till the Fall of 2020. The ESTMP committee will provide more details in the coming weeks about the new dates and workshop hotel.

  1. The Authors, Attendees and Sponsors will keep the benefits of their selections of registration or paid-sponsorship package to the rescheduled workshop whenever and wherever in Alberta it should take place. This is a deviation from the cancellation policy as published on our web site and only applies to the registration fees. Travel and accommodation expenses are the full responsibility of the attendees. Hotel cancellation is the responsibility of the participants.
  2. In the case of the Sponsors, this decision should increase the duration of their exposure as long as they paid their sponsorship fees.
  3. The ESTMP committee will not be able to accept/honor any cancellation or refund at this time.
  4. The ESTMP committee members are in negotiation with all ESTMP service providers to mitigate the financial impact of rescheduling the workshop.

We expect to welcome you at the next ESTMP Workshop in the best health and safety conditions for a successful event as usual.

 

APEC

In light of growing concerns surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, and after much thoughtful deliberation, APEC and its sponsors, IEEE IAS, IEEE PELS, and PSMA have decided not to move forward with the in-person conference event scheduled for March 15- 19, in New Orleans, Louisiana.

In making this difficult decision, paramount is the health, safety, and welfare of our community.  We acknowledge that the increase in corporate and institutionally-mandated travel restrictions make it impossible to ensure the execution of a quality conference and on-site experience for our APEC community and valued exhibitors. 

Planning is already underway to assemble and deploy a virtual conference experience in the near future to preserve value for attendees, speakers, and exhibitors. Peer reviewed papers accepted by the conference will still be submitted to IEEE Xplore.

APEC wishes to offer sincere thanks to its loyal exhibitors, sponsors, partners, and attendees for their patience and understanding as we move forward together.

For continuing updates, please visit www.apec-conf.org.

 

ENERGYCon

Following up on the COVID 19 issue, the 2020 6th IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCon) has released update(s), directly on their website.

For continuing updates, please visit ieee-energycon2020.org/.

 

REPC

Following up on the COVID 19 issue, the 2020 IEEE Rural Electric Power Conference (REPC) has released update(s), directly on their website.

For continuing updates, please visit ieeerepc.org/.

 

I&CPS

Following up on the COVID 19 issue, the 2020 IEEE/IAS 56th Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Technical Conference (I&CPS) has released update(s), directly on their website.

For continuing updates, please visit attend.ieee.org/icps-2020/ieee-icps-2019/.

 

ISPSD

Following up on the COVID 19 issue, the 2020 32nd International Symposium on Power Semiconductor Devices and ICs (ISPSD) has released update(s), directly on their website.

For continuing updates, please visit www.ispsd2020.com/.  

 

ICIEAM

The 2020 International Conference on Industrial Engineering, Applications and Manufacturing (ICIEAM) has NOT released any update(s), yet (Apr 1, 2020).

For continuing updates, please visit icie-rus.org/index-ieam.html.  

 

DAS

Following up on the COVID 19 issue, the 2020 International Conference on Development and Application Systems (DAS) has released update(s), directly on their website.

For continuing updates, please visit www.dasconference.ro/.