2022 3rd International Conference on Energy Power and Automation Engineering (ICEPAE 2022)
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About ICEPAE 2021

2021 2nd International Conference on Energy Power and Automation Engineering (ICEPAE 2021)  was successfully taken place on April 23-24, 2021 onlineAll accepted papers were combined to AESEE 2021, and successfully published by E3S Web of Conferences (ISSN:2267-1242) and indexed by EI Compendex, Scopus.

● ICEPAE 2021 has been published by  E3S Web of Conferences (ISSN:2267-1242). (Read More)

● ICEPAE 2021 conference proceedings has been indexed by Ei Compendex. (Read More)

● ICEPAE 2021 conference proceedings has been indexed by Scopus. (Read More)

Thanks to the support of experts and scholars! A total of  85 people attended the online conference, including 4 keynote speakers and 3 scholars to share academic reports. 

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Keynote speaker 1:

Prof. Rajan Jose

Universiti Malaysia Pahang  

Title:Electrospun Flexible Energy Devices

Keynote speaker 2:

Prof. Zhou Wu

Chongqing University, China

Title:Building energy efficiency retrofit: artificial intelligence and informatics approaches


Keynote speaker 3:

A.Prof.Xingxing Zhang

Energy and community building, Dalarna University, Sweden

Title:Solar energy as an important RES (renewable energy source) envelope solution for resilient buildings and cities


Keynote speaker 4:

A.Prof.Jia Wen

Hunan University, China

Title:Functional Materials for Chromium Remediation: from Water to Soil


Oral Speeches

1.Yingying Zhang —— Engineering Technology Research Institute of Huabei Oilfield Company, PetroChina Co. Ltd

Title:Analysis of Annular Pressure Generation Mechanism and Research on Safety Evaluation


2.Hongyuan Zhao —— Henan Institute of Science and Technology

Title: Significantly improved electrochemical performance of lithium manganese oxide as cathode material for lithium-ion battery


3.Meng Cai —— Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology

Title: Characteristic of a Suspended Media Bed to Reduce or Eliminate Clogging in Subsurface Constructed Wetland