On behalf of the Organizing Committee, I am honored to welcome you to attend the 2018 IEEE International Conference on High Voltage Engineering and Application (ICHVE 2018), which is organized by National Technical University of Athens – Greece and endorsed by IEEE Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation Society.
The ICHVE 2018 will be held in Athens, Greece on September 10-13, 2018.
ICHVE 2018, after five successful conferences held in Chongqing, China (2008), New Orleans, USA (2010), Shanghai, China (2012), Poznan, Poland (2014) and Chengdu, China (2016), has been established as reference point for the exchange of knowledge and experiences in High Voltage and Power engineering.
Founded in 1837, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) is the oldest Technical University in Greece and in its current form houses nine schools (Civil engineering, Mechanical engineering, Electrical & Computer engineering, Architecture, Chemical engineering, Rural & Surveying engineering, Mining & Metallurgical engineering, Naval Architecture & Marine engineering and Applied Mathematical & Physical Sciences). Established as a prestigious university of science and technology, NTUA accommodates almost 10 thousand students of PhD, Master and undergraduate level.
Athens, the capital of Greece located in Attica region, is one of the world’s oldest cities famous for its recorded history which spans over 3,400 years. We are looking forward to seeing you in Athens, Greece, during September 10-13, 2018. I hope and strongly believe that ICHVE 2018 will be as successful as the previous ones and will definitely be a memorable experience for you and will give you fruitful time, new contacts and a nice stay in Athens.
Ioannis F. Gonos Chairman of ICHVE 2018 National Technical University of Athens – Greece
Main Topics of Conference
Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to the following areas:
- Electromagnetic Fields
- Transients and EMC
- Grounding Systems
- Monitoring and Diagnostics
- Power and Industrial Applications
- High Voltage Insulation Systems
- High Voltage Testing and Measurement
- Aging, Space Charge, and Maintenance
- Deadline for abstract submission: January 31, 2018
- Notification of abstract acceptance: February 28, 2018
- Deadline for full paper submission: April 15, 2018
- Notification of full paper acceptance: May 15, 2018
- Final manuscript, camera ready: June 15, 2018
- Conference: September 10-13, 2018
Authors of the accepted abstracts are requested to prepare and submit a paper (maximum of four pages) and a one-page summary.
Papers included in the conference program will be published in the conference CD. Summaries will be printed in the book of summaries.
All papers submitted must be prepared in IEEE Xplore format.
All papers and summaries MUST be submitted online. More info about accepted abstracts TBA.
For the paper to be included in the conference program of ICHVE 2018, at least one author of the accepted paper is obligated to pre-register for the conference. Each participant can present not more than 2 papers/posters within one conference fee.
The conference CD or pendrive with 4-pages papers included in the program of ICHVE 2018 and the book of 1-page summaries will be distributed to participants at the conference. All printed materials will be prepared in black&white version.
More info about accepted abstracts TBA.
Note for Authors: All Authors should make a payment of conference fee before August 10th, 2018 if they want to have their papers published in the Conference Proceedings. Only papers presented at ICHVE 2018 Conference (max 2 papers for one Author) will be included in IEEE Xplore
Athens is easily accessible by air, sea, and road. Once there, the public transportation system provides a safe, dependable and efficient way to move around the city. The public transportation network consists of underground (metro), train, suburban railways, buses, trolley buses and trams. Athens is also connected with other parts of the mainland through a network of roads and railways. Timetables and other information are available here.
Visitors arriving by air will arrive to the Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” (IATA code: ATH).
Citizens of EU
EU Citizens do not need a visa to travel to Greece. In most cases a personal ID card will suffice to enter the country.
Greece is a member of the European Union and for most nationalities no visa is required.
Citizens of some countries need an entry visa for Greece.
If you need a visa, make sure to apply for one well in advance. To check current visa requirements or find the nearest Greek Embassy or Consulate , see information provided by the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Greece is in the Eastern European Time Zone. Eastern European Standard Time (EET) is two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+2). Like most countries in Europe, Summer (Daylight-Saving) Time is observed in Greece, where the time is shifted forward by 1 hour; 3 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+3). Daylight-Saving time will be observed during the conference.
The national currency in Greece is the Euro.
Chairman ICHVE 2018
Chairman ICHVE 2016
Chairperson ICHVE 2014
Chairman ICHVE 2012
Chairman ICHVE 2010
Past ICHVE Chairmen
2008 Sun, C.X. Chongqing University, China
2010 Grzybowski, S. Mississippi State University, USA
2012 Liao, R.J. Chongqing University, China
2014 Rakowska, A. Poznan University of Technology, Poland
2016 Li, J. Chongqing University, China
Call for nominations:
IEEE Caixin Sun and Stan Grzybowski Awards
Awards and nomination information
The IEEE Caixin Sun and Stan Grzybowski Awards have been established by the IEEE Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation Society (DEIS) and are open to IEEE members and to qualified scientists and engineers outside of IEEE. The awards are granted biennially (every two years) and consist of a prize and a plenary award lecture given at IEEE International Conference on High Voltage Engineering and Applications (ICHVE). The awards can be granted only once to a specific individual and are as follows:
IEEE Caixin Sun and Stan Grzybowski Young-professional Achievement Award is addressed to young researchers or engineers which are involved in challenging topics in the fields of high voltages or dielectric materials and reached the first significant results. This Award will be granted to individuals with a minimum of three years and up to ten years of career experience in research, engineering or innovation after completing their Bachelor’s degree.
IEEE Caixin Sun and Stan Grzybowski Lifetime Achievement Award is addressed to individuals with an outstanding career in research, engineering or innovation in the fields of high voltages engineering or dielectric materials. This Award is addressed to those having a minimum of twenty years long experience certified by publications, patents and/or other significant achievements.
Prizes: Each of the awards consists of an honorarium of 5000 US$ and a plaque presented at the ICHVE. The awardee must present a plenary lecture at the ICHVE. Travel costs to the ICHVE are not covered. The award fund is initially 100% supported by the Caixin Sun Foundation of Education of Chongqing University, China.
Nominee Solicitation: Nomination letters for candidates to be considered for the 2018 ICHVE shall be submitted by a third person (nominator) latest on April 15, 2018. The nominators should submit a detailed CV of their candidates as well as information why they think the nominee is qualified. The nominator should also explain how they know the nominee. This submission should include at least two endorsement letters from IEEE members. Self-nominations are not permitted. The nomination shall be submitted electronically to the Chair of ICHVE Awards Committee, Prof. Stanislaw Gubanski (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Award Committee: The nominations will be reviewed by the ICHVE Awards Committee for choosing awardees. This selection will be ratified by the DEIS Award Committee. The members of the ICHVE Awards committee are selected by the ICHVE International Advisory Committee (IAC) based on their knowledge of the field and their reputation.