—Predictive Control for Electric Drives.
—Predictive Control for Renewable Energy.
—Predictive Control for Smart-/Micro- Grid.
—Realization/Application of Predictive Control for Industry Products and Processes.
Tutorial Proposal Submission GuidelinesThe proposal should include the title of the tutorial, lead instructor name, affiliation and biography, abstract, and outline of the tutorial. Please submit the tutorial proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com in pdf format no later than December 15, 2020.Tutorials accepted for presentation will receive one conference registration together with an honorarium for $1000 (pre-tax). Note that publication of a technical paper at the conference will still require a full paid registration.
Important DatesTutorial Proposal Submission： March 15, 2021Notification of Acceptance： June 15, 2021Full Tutorial Materials Submission： July 15, 2021
Tutorial ChairsProf. Zhen Li (Shandong Uni.,China)Prof. Wei Xie (Chinese Academy of Sciences,China)
The 2021 IEEE 6th Conference on Predictive Control of Electrical Drives and Power Electronics (PRECEDE-2021) will be held in Jinan, China on Sep. 18- Sep. 20, 2021. This conference brings together practicing engineers, researchers, and other professionals for interactive discussions on the latest advances in various areas related to the predictive control of electrical drives and power electronics. The PRECEDE-2021 organizing committee invites proposals for half-day tutorials to be presented on Sunday, Sep. 18, 2021. The organizing committee is particularly interested in tutorials on emerging topics and recent trends, which provide surveys of complementary techniques to those commonly covered at PRECEDE, and inform industrial practitioners on state-of-the-art technology within the field. PRECEDE historically has drawn audiences from both academia and industry. This should be taken into consideration in the proposal. We encourage submission of proposals on topics in the general areas of predictive control of electrical drives and power electronics. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: