CALL FOR REVIEWERS
Qualifications & Reviewer Selection
- Peer reviewers are selected from a list of qualified volunteers from industry or academia and from a list of qualified authors.
- Volunteer reviewers with the appropriate credentials, skills, and expertise are considered to review appropriately fitting assignments.
- Authors whose submissions have qualified to enter the peer review process also qualify to be selected as reviewers for other papers.
- Reviewers are assigned on the basis of subject matter and disciplinary expertise.
- Reviewers must not be students of any institution/university (Undergraduates or Postgraduates).
Reviewing is done online through the EasyChair conference paper submission system. Reviewers are assigned up to 3 papers. All reviewers will be guided and given further instructions by the respective Track Chairs on the process. We have Eight Tracks as highlighted below:
Track 1: Smart Grid Design and Stability Analyses
Grid integration, Materials Research Techniques for Smart grid equipment, Machine Actuators/Sensor Power systems & Technologies, Reliability, Forecasting and Power Flow Analysis, Sensor Systems, Signal Processing and Interfaces in Power systems,
Track 2: Power Electronics
Power electronic converters and control systems; Power conversion topologies, modulation and control, Energy efficiency for residential, commercial and industrial applications; Modeling and control of components, converters and system; Electric machines, drive systems and topologies; Passive components and materials; Power electronic packaging, integration and advanced manufacturing; FACTS, power quality, EMI and EMC; Reliability, advanced fault protection systems, diagnostics, prognostics and equipment health management; Energy harvesting
Track 3: Renewables and storages
Renewable energy resources, storage technologies Modelling and analysis Forecasting Applications for Wind and PV Generation, Microgrids, Renewable energy conversion; Large and small-scale energy storage; Power to gas, Fuel Cells, Integration of Energy Storage Solutions to the Grid and their Impact, Connection of Offshore Renewables to the Grid and their Challenges
Track 4: Power Systems
Power system planning; Power system planning, energy pricing policies, and retail markets; Monitoring and evaluation of rural/urban power projects; Electrical safety, power system protection & standards; Power engineering education, Challenges and opportunities of accessible power, privatization, policy, and Tariffs; Monitoring of Distribution Networks, Integration of Distributed Energy Sources; Active Management of Distribution Systems, Optimal Planning of Distribution Networks; Protection of Distribution Networks.
Track 5: ICT and embedded systems for smart grids
Industry 4.0, cyber security; IoT cloud and fog computing; Demand flexibility; Electric vehicles; emerging technologies for the control, operation, and optimization of smart grid; embedded system; smart sensors; intelligent electronic devices; big data; smart meter design, non-intrusive load monitoring; distributed intelligence; computational intelligence; demand-side management; home energy management system; blockchain technology; SCADA, communication technologies; interoperability; middleware technologies; deep learning; Requirements and Standards for Cyber and Physical Security in Electric Systems; Power System Resiliency to Cyber and Physical Attacks
Track 6: Standards and safety issues in Africa
Interoperability of various international standards; Applicability and importance of standards; New standard development for African context; Aggregation of systems based on different standards; Grounding issues and safety; Surveys, frequency or field analysis of electrical accidents; Accident prevention programs and results; Statistics around electrical accidents.
Track 7: PhD Forum
Track 8: Short papers
- Smart Village papers
- Smart Grid Design and Stability Analyses
- Renewables and storages
- Power Systems
- ICT and embedded systems for smart grids
- Standards and safety issues in Africa
Benefits of Being a Reviewer
- Contribution to Research Work
The comments and guidance that reviewers provide are an invaluable contribution to the research work of the authors.
- Gaining Invaluable Experience
The review process provides first-hand experience of the publishing process that can help a reviewer to publish in the future.
- Enriching Ones Resume
Recognition by acknowledging them with an Electronic Certificate of Appreciation and mention on the website.
Responsibilities of the Reviewer
- Provide a prompt, thorough, and impartial review of the article.
- Give constructive feedback with reasonable suggestions and professional tone.
- Avoid suggesting the addition of irrelevant or unnecessary references.
- Alert the editor to any suspected ethical issues.
- Maintain confidentiality by safeguarding the unique contributions of the author’s work.
Responsibilities of the Author
- Accurately report research findings.
- Ensure article meets all publication requirements and adheres to ethical standards.
- Revise article as per reviewers’ suggestions (or give a reason why not).