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Abstract Submission:
NEW DATE!!!!

25th December 2017
30th January 2018

Abstract Notification :
31st January 2018

Full Paper Submission:
20th April 2018

Final Notification :
20th May 2018

Early Registration :
28th May 2018

Conference :
27th - 29th June 2018

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Extended Deadline for Abstracts Submission

15-01-2018
NEW DATE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION !!!!

ABB

06-12-2017
EEM 2018 in Łódź has an official sponsorship of ABB.

IEEE and PES

21-11-2017
EEM 2018 in Łódź has an official technical sponsorship of IEEE and IEEE Power & Energy Society.
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Institute of Electrical Power Engineering

i15The history of Institute of Electrical Power Engineering   has begun in June 1945, when the Department of Electrical Power Engineering was founded. It was one of the first organizational unit at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. The Faculty has laid the foundations of the Lodz University of Technology (earlier Technical University of Lodz), together with Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. At the beginning the Department was located in the main building of the university (Fig. 1). The head office of Department was moved in 1969 to the currently occupied building next to 18/22 Stefanowskiego Street (previously 176 Gdanska Street).

At the beginning of 50’s, the Department of Electrical Power Engineering was successfully developed. It played significant role in the education of new generation of electricians and specialized staff for challenges brought by rapid growth of energy sector. The Department was involved in the first-of-a-kind projects and innovations implemented in the national power system. The team led by prof. Przanowski designed between 1958-1965 national structure of 220kV and 400kV power system and proposed innovative methods of low , medium and high voltage grids development.

In 1999 the fusion between Institute of Electrical Power Engineering and Department of High Voltage was established and the Department became a division again. As the leader, prof. Franiszek Mosiński was awarded. The researches filed of this department (earlier) and division afterwards has always included high voltage transformers. The scientists was involved in designing of the first polish transformer (420 kV), when the leader was prof. Zygmunt Hasterman, DSC, Ph.D., EEng. Next leader – prof. Zdzisław Szczepański, DSC, Ph.D., EEng. introduced two new scientific fields – transformer insulation and partial discharges and second – issue of design of high voltage test equipment.

Currently the Institute of Electrical Power Engineering consists of 5 departments: Power Plant Division, Electrical Networks Division, Instrument Transformer and EMC Division, Transport and Energy Processing Division and High Voltage Division. The institute is a workplace for five Full Professors, two Associate Professors, over thirty Lecturers with several Ph.D. students. The director of the Institute of Electrial Powe Engineering since 2013 is associate professor – Irena Wasiak, DSC, Ph.D., EEng. The operation of the Institute is supported  by Deputy Director for Administration (Dr Ryszard Pawełek, Ph.D, EEng.), Deputy Director for Educational (Dr Józef Wiśniewski, Ph.D, EEng.) and Deputy Director for Science (Prof. Władysław Mielczarski, DSC, Ph.D., EEng.).

Fields of interest

Power transmission and distribution, embedded generation

  •  Optimization of power systems operation
  •  Integration of Distributed Generation (DG) into power systems and Renewable Energy Sources (RES)
  •  Electricity and Capacity Markets
  •  Power Quality
  •  Transformer diagnostics
  •  Analyses and designing of instrument transformers

 Conventional, thermal electricity generation

  •  Reliability of the power units
  •  Self-demand systems of power units

 Electricity utilization

  •  Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
  •  Safety systems in Automatic Train Control (ATC) and Automatic Train Protection (ATP)
  •  Drive systems in electric rail vehicle
  •  Illumination and lighting(modern light sources)

 

Partners


The Lodz Branch of the Polish Association of Electrical Engineers


ABB


Ministry of Energy

IEEE

IEEE Power & Energy Society


European Energy Institute