Special Issue "10th Anniversary of Applied Sciences: Invited Papers in Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering Section"
A special issue of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417). This special issue belongs to the section "Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2021.
Interests: tidal and wave power; wind power; microgrids; energy management; fault detection and diagnosis; fault-tolerant control
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Special Issue in Sustainability: Smart Microgrid and Sustainable Management in Virtual Power Plant (VPPs)
Applied Sciences is going to reach a remarkable milestone by publishing its 10th volume. To celebrate this milestone, the Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering section launches this Special Issue.
This Special Issue is intended to gather moderate-sized review papers featuring important and recent developments or achievements around the section relevant topics, with a special emphasis on emerging techniques or applications. The authors are well-known experts in their domain who are invited to submit their contribution at any moment from now to the end of October 2020. The papers can cover either experimental or theoretical aspects or both. Electrical engineering (electric machines and drives, fault detection and diagnosis, fault-tolerant control, power quality, smart grids, microgrids, nanogrids, renewable energies harvesting), electronics engineering (antennas and radio propagation, electromagnetic compatibility, microwaves, radars and sonar navigation), and communication engineering (connected vehicles, IoT, networking technologies, wireless networks) are among the main topics.
Prof. Dr. Mohamed Benbouzid
Manuscript Submission Information
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