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2017 IEEE ELECTRIC SHIP TECHNOLOGIES SYMPOSIUM

August 15-17, 2017 - Westin Crystal City Hotel - Arlington, VA

The ESTS 2017 will bring together commercial and military ship end-users, shipbuilders, machinery and equipment manufacturers, research institutes, universities and others organizations around the world to present their views, opinions, experiences and their studies, research, designs and future advances regarding electric ship technologies. The technical program for ESTS 2017 includes two keynote addresses from distinguished leaders in the electric ship community, eight technical tracks with more than 115 technical papers, panel sessions, and poster presentations. In addition, both full-day and half-day technical tutorials covering a range of topics will be offered on June 14. These technical tutorials are included with the conference registration fee at no additional charge.

NEW Paper and poster SESSION SCHEDULES added

NEW TUTORIAL SCHEDULE added

For questions, please contact : Christine Ramsey

IMPORTANT DATES

Feb. 19, 2017 - Deadline for digest submission EXTENDED
Apr. 3, 2017 - Notification of paper acceptance
Jun. 14, 2017 - Deadline for receipt of final manuscript
Jul. 24, 2017 - Last day for ESTS block rate hotel reservation
Aug. 14, 2017 - Tutorials
Aug. 15-17, 2017 - Symposium

The ESTS 2017 will focus on emerging electric ship technologies in the following major technical areas:

  • Electric Power System Architectures, including Breaker-less and Superconducting DC Systems
  • Electric Ship Design Tools, Methods, and Guidelines (Analysis, Synthesis, Modeling & Simulation)
  • Electric Propulsion and Generation (Machines, Variable Speed Drives, Propulsors)
  • Electrical Power Conversion for DC Distribution, including active current limitation
  • Energy Storage and Pulsating Loads: Integration, Control, and Impact on System Performance
  • Power Distribution, Cabling, and Grounding
  • Protection, Reconfiguration, and Survivability
  • Power System Control Methods and Architectures