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DETSG 2021 - 【EI/Compendex, Scopus】2021 International Conference on Digital Energy Technology and Smart Grid(DETSG 2021)

Date2021-11-26 - 2021-11-28


VenueHangzhou, China China

KeywordsDigital Energy Technology; Smart Grid


Topics/Call fo Papers

【EI/Compendex, Scopus】2021 International Conference on Digital Energy Technology and Smart Grid(DETSG 2021)
【Conference Introdution】
The 2021 International Conference on Digital Energy Technology and Smart Grid(DETSG2021)will be held in Hangzhou, China during November 26-28, 2021.
DETSG is a conference which explores the development and implications in the related fields of Digital Energy Technology and Smart Grid with an objective to present the novel and fundamental advancements. It also serves to foster communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in improving Digital Energy Technology and Smart Grid. Featured with invited speeches and paper presentations, DETSG 2021 welcomes submission of researches concerning any branch of Digital Energy Technology and Smart Grid.
【Conference Website】
All accepted papers of DETSG 2021 will be published in the conference proceedings byConference Publishing Services(CPS), which will be submitted to IEEE Xplore, EI Compendex, Scopus for indexing.
【Call for paper】
Authors are invited to submit their contributions that will be reviewed by a committee of prominent individuals who have made significant contributions in the areas of the conferences. Topics are interested by not limited to the following:
【More Topics:
Digital grid
Digital power plant
Energy online monitoring system
Energy big data and its processing
Energy Internet technology
ICT application in energy internet
Big data & AI
IoT and Digital twin
Mobile internet application
Cloud computation/ edge computation
Artificial intelligence and its application in power system
Intelligent power generation system
Intelligent interactive terminal
Cyber Security and Privacy for the Smart Grid
Control and Operation for Smart Grids, Microgrids
Data Management and Grid Analytics
Smart grid communication technology
【Keynote Speakers】
Prof. Shunchun Yao, South China University of Technology School of Electric Power Engineering, China
Title: On-line detection techniques for low-carbon and clean energy utilization
Abstract: “Emission peak and carbon neutrality” have been the catchphrases in the field of energy recently. China has set the goal of reaching emission peak by 2030, and carbon neutrality by 2060, which is a challenging task considering China’s existing energy structure. Last year, coal consumption still accounted for over half of the total energy consumption, while renewable energy was less than a quarter. Given this situation, promoting highly efficient and clean coal utilization is the primary task of energy structure transition. Coal-fired power generation is one of the major routes for coal utilization but with great amount of CO2 emission. Therefore, upgrading coal-fired power units is the key measure to improve power generation efficiency, reduce coal consumption, and support insufficient output from renewable energy.
On-line detection techniques play a vital role in this regard. On-line detection of key parameters (coal property, fly ash, flue gas, etc.) not only enables closed-loop optimization control, but also makes on-line energy efficiency analysis and carbon footprint monitoring possible. All these effectively improve the intelligent level and flexible control of coal-fired plants. In the presentation, we would like to introduce a powerful technique, laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), from its fundamental study to applications for power generation. So far, our team has successfully applied LIBS technique on rapid analysis of coal property, unburned carbon in fly ash. First, we propose LIBS direct analysis of solid particle flow, which is considered as an on-line measuring scheme. Then, quantitative analysis models were established for unburned carbon in fly ash and coal quality analysis based on multi-linear regression and artificial neural networks respectively. Last, we developed two types of rapid coal analyzer and one portable fly ash analyzer, realizing on-line and in-situ detection of coal quality and unburned carbon in fly ash by LIBS.
Prof. Changbin Hu, North China University of Technology, China
Title: Coming soon---
Abstract: Coming soon---
【Paper Submission】
*Please submit your paper(word & pdf) via Electronic Submission System
*Full Paper Template:
【Conference Attending】
* For Presenter and Participant who are interested in attending DETSG 2021 with no publication, please complete the registration on the Online Registration System.
【Contact us】
Conference Homepage:
Conference Secretary: Ms Shao
Tel: +86-18028622473

Last modified: 2021-11-11 10:47:17