Monday, 24 November 2008

IEEE IEMDC 2009 FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS

Conference Date: May 3-9, 2009, Miami, Florida USA
Official Submission Site: http://www.iemdc2009.org

Submission of Abstracts and Digests December 5, 2008
Notification of Acceptance February 2, 2009
Submission of Final Papers March 9, 2009


The IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference provides an international forum for sharing experience, new ideas, and developments in design, operation, analysis, and practical application and optimization of electric energy and drive systems and their components. IEMDC is a venue for users, designers and manufacturers, and analysts of electric machines and drives and their related power electronics and controls. The conference is jointly sponsored by the IEEE Power and Energy, Industrial Electronics, Industry Applications, and Power Electronics Societies. Several tutorials in the form of full day and half day short courses will be offered during the day on May 3, 2009.

In addition to the subjects identified above, the conference will have papers and plenary presentations by recognized experts to highlight various aspects of electric machines and drives, such as automotive applications, renewable and alternate energy applications. Of interest are topics related to PM and IPM motor drive systems, fault tolerant operation and
survivability, diagnostics and prognostics of machine drive systems, bearings current, sensorless methods, and turbogenerator operation and maintenance. Also of interest are papers in areas including novel designs and applications of machines and drives, hybrid electric vehicles, naval and aircraft power systems. Papers addressing these and related topics are encouraged.

Information for Authors

Authors wishing to submit papers are invited to submit an abstract of 200 words single spaced and a digest of five pages, including text, tables, and figures, at the conference website: http://www.iemdc2009.org. The style for the abstract and digest are posted on the website. The style and model paper for the final version will be posted on the website shortly. The Abstract and Digest should be in a single-column pdf format in 12 point serif text, such at Times New Roman and double spaced on either A4 or US letter-size pages. These format requirements are necessary for the peer review stage. Contact information for the corresponding author should be
indicated on the abstract. No author information should appear on the 5 page digest. Submissions should indicate a preference for oral or poster presentation in case of acceptance however; the final decision on the presentation format will be decided by the technical program committee. All
submissions will be made through a web-based system. Acceptance notification will contain instructions for final paper preparation.

Registration and payment of fees by at least one author is required for inclusion in the conference proceedings.

Conference Record: The papers presented during the conference will be posted on IEEE Xplore and be cited in EI (Engineering Index).

This Conference Theme is “Renewable Energy Systems for Today & Tomorrow”

Contact Information: The conference website is located at:
http://www.iemdc2009.org. The preferred mode of contact is e-mail. For general conference information, please address comments and questions to:

IEEE IEMDC-2009 Conference Secretariat
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
10555 W. Flagler Street, Room EC-3960
Florida International University
Miami, Florida 33174 USA
Secretariat@iemdc2009.org


Short Courses: If you are interested in offering a short course during IEMDC 2009, the short course proposal deadline: December 5, 2008. Please use the appropriate area on the website at http://www.iemdc2009.org

Important Dates
Submission of Abstracts and Digests December 5, 2008
Notification of Acceptance February 2, 2009
Submission of Final Papers March 9, 2009
Short Course Proposal Deadline: December 5, 2008

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