Call for Papers

Call for Papers is closed!

In this time of unprecedented change and uncertainty, you might be hesitant to submit your abstract not knowing whether you will be able to attend the Workshop in November. We completely understand and would like to address this concern by making remote presentation possible in Ljubljana for those who cannot be on location due to official or corporate travel restrictions effective in November. We will determine at a later point in time whether restrictions or guidelines call for a change to remote presentation.

The Call for Papers is closed now!

All abstracts will be thoroughly reviewed by the Workshop’s International Advisory Committee.

Authors will be notified about the acceptance of their abstracts/papers for oral or poster presentation no later than 24 August 2020.

Missed the Deadline for Abstract Submission?

If you wish to submit a late abstract, just contact us per email.


  • Final papers must be submitted online by 12 October 2020 at the latest.
  • As the conference language is English, all abstracts and papers have to be written in English.
  • Authors will pay a REDUCED workshop fee.
  • All participants are responsible for paying their own travel and hotel expenses.

ATTENTION! Startups Wanted!

Become one of the Startups of the Wind Integration Workshop! You can create key partnerships during the 1:1 meetings that you can arrange throughout the event. And don’t forget that you have the opportunity to present your startup to the International Renewable Energy Grid Integration Community. Showcase your experiences, developments and findings at the Wind Integration Workshop – maybe even in your own startup session. Contact us at info[at]windintegrationworkshop.org to explore your options!
 

Topics of the Workshop

 

Topic IconProject Experience

Topic IconPower System Studies

Topic IconDistribution Grid Issues

Topic IconTransmission Grid/Power System Issues

Topic IconPower Quality Issues

Topic IconGrid Code Issues

Topic IconWind Power Modelling Issues

Topic IconPower System Balancing Issues

Topic IconAncillary Services

Topic IconForecasting

Topic IconHybrid Power Systems

Topic IconSmart Grid / IT Innovations

Topic IconMarket Issues

Topic IconRegulatory Issues

Topic IconDecarbonization of Energy Sectors


 

Best Papers

Similar to previous years, the IET is going to publish the best workshop papers in a Special Edition of the Renewable Power Generation Journal.

Cover of IET special Issue Selected Wind Papers 2019 for the “IET Special Issue” can be found here. For the latest publication, from June 2020 visit the IET website.