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21st IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics Concluded in Success

Edited byzx Date:2012-06-01 08:08

Participants in areas of industrial electronics from around the world witnessed a successful Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE2012) held in Hangzhou from May 28 to May 31. The Symposium, hosted by College of Electrical Engineering, focused on latest development in industrial electronics like power electronics, motor and drives, power systems, sensors, and industrial information. Regarded as the most influential and a leading annual international conference in the field, the series of the symposium was in recent years held successfully in Montreal (Canada, 2006), Vigo (Spain, 2007), Cambridge (United Kingdom, 2008), Seoul (South Korea, 2009), Bari (Italy, 2010), and Gdansk (Poland, 2011).

Prof Chu Jian, vice president of ZJU, delivered a welcome speech on behalf of the University.

About 300 scholars from USA, Japan, Denmark, France, Spain, Australia and other countries attended the opening ceremony May 29. Prof Mo-Yuen Chow from North Carolina State University of USA, who was also the General Chair of ISIE2012 Hangzhou, in his speech expressed his sincere gratitude to Zhejiang University for its great contribution to the Synposium. Prof Chu Jian, the vice president of Zhejiang University, delivered a welcome speech on behalf of the University, introducing to the participants the history of the University and its status quo of disciplines. The symposium was of great significance to the related disciplines of the University, according to him.

ISIE2012 has seven technical tracks and fifteen special sessions. There were a total of 509 submissions sent from 49 Countries, from which 333 high-quality papers were finally accepted in the proceedings after peer reviews. Besides technical sessions during the conference, five world renowned technical leaders presented plenary speeches, sharing with the attendees their insights into new trends in industrial electronics. Tutorials by field experts have been arranged to equip engineers, researchers, and students with the latest knowledge in power electronics, renewable energy, smart grid, and control.The conference also included Industrial Forums, Student Forums, and exhibitions.

Power Electronics of CEE, the natinal key discipline approved as the first group of such kind by the State, was honored with National Key Laboratory of Power Electronics in China and National Engineering Center for Applied Power Electronics. Its faculties has been involved in a variety of research areas in the field, among which, medium and high-frequency induction heating technology has reached the international leading level. The successful holding of the symposium was more than international academic exchanges between Zhejiang University and other countries. It helped further to improve both the international influence and innovation capacity of Power Electronics and the University as well.



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