SPECIAL SESSIONS

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Here the list of the Special Sessions (SS) preliminary approved by the organizing committee. The authors that would like to propose their papers for a SS, have to choose the same SS as “Primary Subject Area” in the submission procedure.

For any information on a SS, please contact the SS chair:
Fabio Bisegna fabio.bisegna@uniroma1.it and Alberto Oliveri alberto.oliveri@unige.it

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SPECIAL SESSION EEEIC2019

SS01

Italy-Vietnam: Bilateral Research Experience on Energy, Environment and ICT

Mariano Anderle – Embassy of Italy in Hanoi Vietnam

SS02

Lightning, Energy and Environment

Amedeo Andreotti- University of Naples Federico II
Fabio Tossani – University of Bologna

SS03

Transport Systems and Sustainable Mobility

Mariano Gallo – Università del Sannio
Nicola Sacco – University of Genoa

SS04

Advanced Research in Microgrids Control, Management, Applications and Implementations

Enrico Elio De Tuglie, Alessia Cagnano – Politecnico di Bari

SS05

Recent Development in Multilevel Inverters- Design, Modelling and Control Strategy

P.Sanjeevikumar – Aalborg University
Mahajan Sagar Bhaskar – Qatar University
Frede Blaabjerg – Aalborg University
Jens Bo Holm-Nielsen – Aalborg University
Dan M. Ionel – University of Kentucky
Haitham Abu-Rub – Texas A&M University
Atif Iqbal – Qatar University

SS06

Power Converters for Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers

Damien Guilbert- University of Lorraine France
Gianpaolo Vitale – National Research Council of Italy

SS07

Frequency Regulation Services by Loads and Renewable Energy Sources

Francesco Conte – University of Genova

SS08

Lighting Systems, Environment and Applications (LED & OLED)

Laurent Canale – LAPLACE Lab. of Toulouse, France

SS09

Multi-Vector Urban Distribution System in the Smart Grid Framework

Andrea Mazza – Politecnico di Torino

SS10

Renewable Energy Integration to Grids: Impacts and Solutions

Tran Quoc Tuan – CEA-INES France

SS11

Electric Vehicles Management and Integration in Smart Grids and Microgrids

Stefano Bracco – University of Genoa DITEN
Giulio Ferro – University of Genoa DIBRIS
Michela Longo – Politecnico di Milano
Michela Robba – University of Genoa DIBRIS

SS12

Smart Ways to Energy Management of Renewable Energy

Karan Sareen – Central Electricity Authority, Ministry of Power, Government of India

SS13

Modelling and Measurement of Electromagnetic Fields and Electromagnetic Couplings in Power Lines

Andrea Cristofolini, Arturo Popoli – University of Bologna

SS14

E-Mobility: Smart Energy Management of Vehicles and Recharge Infrastructures

Giovanni Lutzemberger – University of Pisa
Luca Pugi – University of Florence

SS15

New EMC Challenges in the Smart Grid

Leonardo Sandrolini – University of Bologna
Andrea Mariscotti – Analysis Simulation Test Measurement Switzerland

SS16

Control and Market Solutions for Flexible Demand Response

Vincenzo Trovato – EDF R&D UK London
Antonio De Paola – University of Bath

SS17

Energy Storage for Smart Grids

Davide Poli – University of Pisa

SS18

Energy Sector & Crime Prevention

Marcin Romanowski, Bartłomiej Oręziak – Institute of Justice, Warsaw, Poland

SS19

Advances in state estimation and system measurements for distribution networks and smart grids

Panayiotis Moutis – DEPsys SA Switzerland
and Wilton E. Scott – Institute for Energy Innovation, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Ana-Maria Dumitrescu – Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania

SS20

Blockchain, Diagnosis and Reliability for Renewable Energy Sources

Silvano Vergura – Politecinico di Bari

SS21

Port electrical systems: analysis, operation and planning

Giorgio Sulligoi, Daniele Bosich – University of Trieste (Italy)

SS22

Engineering Solutions for Safety in working environments

Fabio Bisegna, SAPIENZA University of Rome
Massimo Borra and Andrea Militello – INAIL

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Fabio Bisegna fabio.bisegna@uniroma1.it and
Alberto Oliveri alberto.oliveri@unige.it

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