European Conference on Renewable Energy 2020

Apr 22, 2020

The Eight European Conference on Renewable Energy Systems (ECRES2020) is going to be organized in Istanbul / Turkey on 24-25 August 2020. Several universities and research centers from all over the world support the event technically.
The event is highly international in the sense that 85% of participants are out of the country (i.e. Turkey ) from at least 30 countries and different continents.
The purpose of the ECRES is to bring together researchers, engineers and natural scientists from all over the world, interested in the advances of all branches of renewable energy systems. Wind, solar, hydrogen, hydro-, geothermal, solar concentrating, fuel-cell, energy harvesting and other energy-related topics are welcome.
Historically, first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh conferences were completed successfully in Alanya/Antalya (2012), Antalya (2013), Kemer/Antalya (2015), Istanbul (2016), Sarajevo (2017), Istanbul (2018), and Madrid (2019). The last event had 135 attendee from 38 countries world-widely and the event has a growing interest among the scientists and technicians due to presentation of high quality, cutting-edge papers and after-conference journal publications.
All the accepted and presented papers will be considered in Science Citation (SCI), E-SCI, SCOPUS and EBSCO-indexed journals with their extended versions after the peer-review process. The entire list of Special Issue journals will be announced after the conference. Besides, the conference proceedings including the conference version of the papers and abstracts will be delivered online from www.ecres.net just after the conference. The SI post-conference journals are as follows:

               
              

All accepted papers will be considered in one of the following journals with their extended versions.

 

Conference topics
• Energy materials production and characterization
• Power electronic systems for renewable energy
• Conventional energy systems and recovery
• Engines and their combustion features
• Off-shore and tidal energy systems
• Energy statistics and efficiency
• Energy transmission systems
• Heating/cooling systems
• Energy/exergy analysis
• Energy efficiency
• Wind energy
• Solar concentrating systems
• Photo-voltaic and their installation
• Energy harvesters
• Smart grid
• Electrical machines
• Hydro-energy plants
• Bio-mass systems
• Bio-diesel systems
• Combustion
• Nuclear fusion systems
• Hydrogen energy systems
• Fuel-cell systems
• Efficiency in nuclear plants
• Energy education
• Energy informatics

 

For more information visit https://www.ecres.net/


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