The International Conference on Systems, Computation, Automation and Networking (POWERCON – 2021) is planned to be conducted in the month of December 2021. POWERCON-2021 aims at bringing together researchers, scientists, engineers, research scholars, industrial participants and budding students around the world to a common platform to share their experiences, new ideas, and research findings on all aspects of Electrical, Electronics, Communication and Computer Engineering. The researchers will present the state of the art of expansions and technical elucidations covering wide range of topics in the fields of Engineering. The conference will be complete, concise, clear and cohesive in terms of research related to Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering.
The prime aim of the conference is to promote international collaboration in Education and Research in all fields and disciplines of engineering. The presence of more than 600 delegates from different countries is expected. POWERCON 2021 aims to provide an opportune forum and vibrant platform for Researchers, Academicians, Scientists and Industrial Practitioners to share their ideas ,original research work, patents, findings and practical development experiences on the specific new challenges and emerging issues confronting the nation. The key fields of focus of the conference are not limited. But Electrical, Electronics,and Computer engineering are the essential disciplines in Engineering. Their evolution relies on progress in all these complementary scientific and technological fields which makes the conference on Systems, Computation, Automation and Networking significant one. This conference provides an international forum for the exchange of ideas, discussions on research results and the presentation of theoretical and practical applications in these domains.
The objective of this conference is to create awareness and to provide a perfect platform for the participants to upgrade their knowledge and experience and to discuss on the ways to foster the exchange of concepts, prototypes, research ideas and the research work. This conference reflects the current focus of global research, recent developments, interdisciplinary research and practices in the fields of Engineering.
In 2010, the 1st International Conference on Human Rights Education (POWERCON) was held in Sydney, Australia. The conference examined the contribution of human rights education (HRE) to furthering democracy, the rule of law, justice, and intercultural dialogue and social harmony. This initiative has since evolved into a global grassroots movement with annual international HRE conferences held in South Africa, Poland, Taiwan, USA, the Netherlands, Chile and Canada.
On 17 - 20 December 2021, POWERCON returns to Sydney, to University of Wollongong’s Parramatta South campus.
POWERCON will bring together around 400 Australian and international HRE experts, practitioners, decision-makers and thought leaders from government, civil society, academia and the private sector.
Conference participants are invited to:
examine the range of HRE issues including national and international curricula, and pedagogy and best practices, incorporating the contexts of the first nations, women, persons with disabilities, the LGBTIQ communities, persons from low socio-economic status, and cultural diversity.
explore contemporary challenges and opportunities for HRE – locally, nationally, regionally and globally, including in those countries where civil society is still a nascent phenomenon.
develop contacts and networks and explore partnerships and collaborations.
2-14 Cliff Rd,
17 Dec - 20 Dec 2021
University of Wollongong, North Wollongong, Australia
17 Dec - 20 Dec 2021
Questions? Please contact us and we will be happy to help you with your queries.
Call for Papers
Papers are invited under the following broad themes
Power Quality (PQ)
Power System Reliability
High Voltage Systems
Electrical Machines and Transformers
- Eytan Adar - University of Michigan
- Eugene Agichtein - Emory University
- Amr Ahmed - Google
- Omar Alonso - Microsoft
- Javed Aslam - Northeastern University
- Ricardo Baeza-Yates - NTENT, Northeastern University, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Universidad de Chile
- Krisztian Balog - University of Stavanger