Keynote Speakers_2024

Fellow of IEEE

Prof. Carlo Alberto Nucci, University of Bologna, Italy

Carlo Alberto Nucci is a Full Professor and Head of the Power Systems Laboratory of the Department of Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering “Guglielmo Marconi”, University of Bologna. Responsible of several research projects financed by the Italian Ministry of Research and by the Italian Science Foundation (C.N.R.), by European Commission and of several research contracts financed by Italian and foreign companies and universities regarding restoration processes after blackouts, lightning interaction with power distribution systems, lightning protection of wind turbines, EMC in power systems, management of distribution networks with high penetration of distributed resources and methods/devices for accomplishing fault location in distribution networks, Phasor Measurement Units, State Estimation of power distribution networks, Smart City and Energy Communities. Prof. Nucci is a Fellow of the IEEE, of the International Council on Large Electric Systems (CIGRE), of which he is also an Honorary member, and of the Chinese Society of Electrical Engineering, CSEE. He has received some best paper/technical international awards, including the CIGRE Technical Committee Award and the ICLP Golde Award. He is presently serving as the Italian Representative in the Horizon Europe Mission “Climate-Neutral and Smart cities”. Prof. Nucci is Doctor Honoris Causa of the University Politehnica of Bucharest, a member of the Academy of Science of the Institute of Bologna and a member of the Istituto Lombardo - Science Academy of Milan. He is also advisory Professor at Tsinghua University, Beijing from 2022. Invited Keynote plenary speaker and lecturer at some 40 international conferences. Total number of citations (Scopus: 7106, H index: 42. Google Scholar: 12459, H index: 55) – June 2023

Fellow of IEEE

Prof. Mariusz Malinowski, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Mariusz Malinowski received the Ph.D. degree with honors in Electrical Engineering from the Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) in 2001. He then attained a habilitation in 2012 and professorship in 2019..
Mariusz Malinowski has been granted the following awards and distinguishments: the Siemens Prize for his PhD thesis in 2002, a Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education award for his contribution to the book Control in Power Electronic in 2003, the Siemens Prize for research achievements in 2007, the Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education awards for research achievements in 2008, the Prime Minister of Poland award for habilitation in 2013,  the first prize of the Prime Minister of Poland for his research team in 2017. Moreover, he received the prestigious international IEEE IES David Irwin Early Career Award for “Outstanding research and development of modulation and control for industrial electronics converters” in 2011 (Melbourne, Australia), IEEE IES David Bimal Bose Award for Industrial Electronics Applications in Energy Systems for „Contributions in control of industrial electronics converters applications in energy systems in 2015 (Yokohama, Japan), IEEE IES Anthony J. Hornfeck Service Award for “Outstanding and Meritorious Service to the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society” in 2021 and Power Electronics and Motion Control Istvan Nagy Award “for his outstanding contribution to control in power electronics and for continuous support of PEMC conferences” in 2022.
Mariusz Malinowski has published almost 200 journal and conference papers. He is the author of six patents (two implemented by industry) and co-author of six books.  He has participated in over 20 research and industrial projects (12 in a leader role) and he has been a reviewer and PhD commission member for numerous PhD theses in Germany, Spain, Denmark, Australia, India, Switzerland, Italy and Poland.
Mariusz  Malinowski public service include activity in IEEE, where he was Chair of IEEE Poland Section. Mariusz Malinowski is currently President in IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and he has in IEEE highest Fellow status. Moreover Mariusz Malinowski is Vice Reactor for Research at WUT, Member of Polish Academy od Science and Member of Polish Council of Research Ecellence.
Mariusz Malinowski participated in the development of technologies which received many prizes e.g. three times the recognition in the competition Polish Product of the Future organized by the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (PARP), the Grand Prix of TECHNICON, the Gold Medal of Automaticon, the Grand Prix Exhibition of Innovations in Geneva (Gold Medal), the Exhibition in Brussels “Eureco” (Bronze Medal), International Exhibition of Inventions in Warsaw (Silver Medal) and special prize of Polish Ministry of Economy “eCO2 Innovation” for development of ecological innovative product.
 Mariusz Malinowski was visiting scholar and professor in following institutions: Aalborg University (Denmark), University of Nevada (Reno, USA), Technical University of Berlin (Germany), Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Marıa  (Valparaıso, Chile), University of Cergy-Pontoise (France), ENSEEIHT - Laplace, Toulouse (France) and ETH Zurich (Switzerland). He also cooperate with industry e.g. ABB Corporate Research Center (Poland), PSE Operator (Poland), TWERD (Poland), TRUMPF Huettinger (Poland),  Wave Dragon (Dania), Danfoss Drives (Dania) and Vestas (Dania).

Fellow of IEEE

Prof. Alain BOUSCAYROL, Université de Lille, France

Title of Talk: ELECTROMOBILITY: EXPERIENCE OF THE CUMIN PROGRAMME FOR A MORE SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS (Click for abstract)

Alain BOUSCAYROL received Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, France, in 1995. From 1996 to 2005, he was Associate Professor at University of Lille, France, where he has been Professor since 2005. From 2004 to 2019, he has managed the national network on Energy Management of Hybrid Electric Vehicles (MEGEVH) France. Since 2015, he has been coordinator of the CUMIN (Campus of University with Mobility based on Innovation and carbon Neutrality) interdisciplinary programme of University of Lille (https://cumin.univ-lille.fr/ ). Since 2018, he has been co-director of the international research lab e-CAMPUS on sustainable mobility (France / Canada). From 2018 to 2022, he was coordinator of PANDA a European H2020 project on simulation and testing of electrified vehicles (https://project-panda.eu/ ).
His research interests at the L2EP (Laboratory of Electrical Engineering) include graphical descriptions (Energetic Macroscopic Representation, http://www.emrwebsite.org/, etc.) for control of electric drives, wind energy conversion systems, railway traction systems, electric or hybrid electric vehicles and hardware-in-the-loop simulation. His collaborative works with industry on electrified vehicles include PSA Peugeot Citroen, Nexter Systems, Renault TR, Siemens Mobility, Siemens Software, SNCF and Valeo. From 2014 to 2019, he was nominated Chair of the Vehicle Power Propulsion technical committee by IEEE Vehicular Technology Society. From 2014 to 2018 he was appointed Associate Editor of IEEE trans. on Vehicular Technology. Since 2016, has been elected Distinguished Lecturer by IEEE VTS. Since 2019, he has been appointed general chair of the steering committee of IEEE VPPC (Vehicle Power Propulsion Conference).

 


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