TRADE FAIR NEWS PCIM Europe 2024: Call for Papers of the scientific conference started
From 3 July, researchers can submit their abstract on a wide range of topics in the field of power electronics and thereby apply as a speaker at the PCIM Europe Conference 2024. If accepted, speakers have the opportunity to present their research topic to a qualified audience from 11 – 13 June 2024 in Nuremberg.
The PCIM Europe is the international meeting place of the power electronics community and with the combination of scientific conference and user-oriented exhibition a unique platform. In 2023, the event reached 507 exhibitors, over 16,500 visitors and 895 conference participants from science and industry.
As part of the Call for Papers for the conference 2024, interested parties can submit their contribution until 18.10.2023. Authors of first papers will thus have the chance to attract the attention of more than 800 participants, including experts from all areas of power electronics. In addition, the scientific work will be published in the PCIM Europe proceedings and in the renowned databases IEEE Xplore, IET Inspec-Direct, Knovel and Scopus.
Besides the reach attained through the presentation on-site and the publication of the paper, presenters at the PCIM Europe receive direct feedback on their topic from representatives in the industry but also from academia enabling them to establish valuable contacts in the community. “The PCIM Europe is the meeting place for all power electronics engineers. As a speaker, you can talk to all well-known personalities, you can connect and network and that’s how you establish yourself in the industry right here at the PCIM Europe”, confirms Josefine Dukar, Design Engineer at SEW-EURODRIVE and speaker at PCIM Europe 2023.
One event, many presentation opportunities
In addition to the 20-minute oral presentations on the stages at the Nuremberg Exhibition Center, there is also the option of poster presentation for direct 1:1 exchange between speakers and participants. For the second year running, contributions can also be submitted for the seminars and tutorials. The half-day seminars and full-day tutorials will take place on the two days before the PCIM Europe and are, also due to their duration, a special format for intensive exchange in small groups on special topic
Evaluation by the PCIM Europe Advisory Board
All submitted contributions will be evaluated by the members of the Advisory Board. Relevant evaluation criteria include the actuality and relevance of the topic, the preparation of the documents and the significance of the abstract.
Even more benefits with the Awards and Student Travel Grants
The best submissions have the chance to be honored with one of the prestigious awards. In five categories, outstanding authors will be specially highlighted on-site, promoted through various channels, and will also receive a prize money of € 1,000 each.
The PCIM Europe also supports the participation of international students with travel grants (€ 500 each). Full-time students at an international university in the field of power electronics are qualified. In addition, the submitted contribution must be presented in person in Nuremberg.
All information about the Call for Papers is available on pcim-europe.com/callforpapers.