2018 I&CPS Call for Papers

The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc.

Industry Applications Society

Industrial & Commercial Power Systems Department

Call for Papers

54rd Industrial & Commercial Power Systems (I&CPS) Technical Conference
Niagara Falls, ON, Canada, May 7-10, 2018
The IEEE-IAS Industrial & Commercial Power Systems Department invites you to submit papers for presentation at the 2018 54rd Annual I&CPS Conference which will be held at the Marriott on the Falls, Niagara Falls 6755 Fallsview Boulevard, Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Subject Matter:
The general scope of the conference is to provide practical information about the planning, design, construction, operation and analysis of industrial and commercial power systems.
Some examples of the topics annually presented for this conference are:

Power System Engineering

Power System Design
Forensic Power System Grounding
Power System Analysis 
Education and Healthcare
Power System Reliability
Emergency & Standby Systems
Ports and Harbors

Data Centre Design

High Frequency Plasma Power Supplies

Power System Protection

Low Voltage Protection
Medium Voltage Protection
Surge Protection
Generator & Ground Fault Protection of Medium Voltage Installations

Energy Systems

Distributed Energy Resources

Codes & Standards


Please visit the IEEE Xplore website at http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/Xplore/guesthome.jsp to view topics and authors from previous conferences.

Submission and Contact Information
Prospective authors should prepare a complete manuscript of the final paper draft, with title and names, affiliations, addresses, and email of all co-authors. Submit electronic copy of Final draft by November 15, 2016, to:
Dr. Massimo Mitolo, I&CPS Department Vice-Chair, Papers,
Authors will be notified about the acceptance of their paper by December 15, 2016. Final papers for Conference record must be submitted to IEEE’s ScholarOne Electronic paper system by February 15, 2017. The identified lead author will receive instructions on how to submit the paper upon acceptance of the document. One of authors of each paper must present the paper in person at the Conference.

Pursuant to IEEE policy papers must be free of commercial content.