ICEEE 2020

International Conference On Electrical and Electronics Engineering 2020

Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, India
14 - 15 February 2020
The conference ended on 15 February 2020

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline
1st November 2019
Abstract Acceptance Notification
1st December 2019
Registration Deadline
15th December 2019
Final Abstract / Full Paper Deadline
20th December 2019
Camera Ready Deadline
20th December 2019

About ICEEE 2020

International Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering (ICEEE 2020) to be held from 14 Feb – 15 Feb, 2020 in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, India with an aim to provide a platform for researchers, scientists, technocrats, academicians and engineers to exchange their innovative ideas and new challenges facing in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. This Conference will be a platform to focus on the core technological developments in the emerging fields like wireless communication, RF microwave/Radar, Electrical machine, power system, energy system, intelligent information retrieval, intelligent agents, electrical and electronics materials, control system and so on.


Control systems, Vlsi, Robotics, Wireless communication, Optical communication, Rf and microwaves, Power generation, transmission and distribution, Renewable energy sources and technology, Power electronics and applications, Instrumentation and automation

Call for Papers

International Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering (ICEEE 2020) to be held at one of the most ancient and holy city of India “Gorakhpur”, Uttar Pradesh from 14 Feb – 15 Feb, 2020.

For More Details Visit Official Website: http://www.mmmut.ac.in/iceee2020

The conference is being jointly organized by Madan Mohan Malaviya University of Technology Gorakhpur and North Dakota State University, Fargo, USA.

There are multiple tracks in the conference covering almost all areas of Electronics, Electrical Engineering. Every track has the following main components; a) Paper presentations and best paper awards, b) Poster presentations and best poster awards, c) Key Note Lectures, d) Panel Discussions, and e) Awards for best three PhD Theses. Through these components, this conference covers a broad range of participants and audience. 

Conference Tracks: 

Electronics Engineering

Track 1: Wireless Communication

  • Detection probability 
  • Internet of Things (IoT) 
  • Channel modeling and channel capacity
  •  Bit error probability 
  • Probability density function 
  • Diversity technique 
  • Modulation techniques 
  • Diffraction coefficient
  • Channel noise, SNR
  • Software-defined radio and cognitive radio 
  • Signal processing for wireless communications 
  • Practical implementation and performance evaluation 
  • Spectrum management and regulatory issues Intelligent transportation system & vehicular communications 
  • Wireless sensor networks 
  • Security and Ad-hoc and cell-based networking 
  • Machine-to- machine communications 
  • MAC layer and routing protocols 
  • Multiple access and scheduling 
  • Cooperative and distributed communications 
  • Radio resource allocation, bit allocation, power allocation 
  • Performance analysis, QoS and network management 
  • Cross-layer optimization 
  • Advanced wireless network technologies, architectures 
  • Cellular-Wi- Fi Integration and interworking 
  • Device to Device Communication 
  • Massive MIMO
  • UWB
  • 5G Communication 

Track 2: RF and Microwaves 

  • Micro strip antenna, Horn antenna, Rectenna, and 5G applications 
  • RF and millimeter waves 
  • Waveguides, Transmission lines
  • Passive devices and microwave filters design 
  • Dielectric resonator antenna and advance materials 
  • Microwave power supply, absorber 
  • Wideband and Multiband Antennas 
  • Plasmonic and Nanoantennas 
  • Smart and mobile antennas and propagation 
  • Microwave Photonics 
  • Metamaterials, FSS and EBG 
  • Beamforming, MIMO and reconfigurable antennas 
  • Nano and Terahertz circuit and system 
  • Measurement, sensor and electromagnetic modeling 
  • Antenna arrays and coupling structures 
  • Microwaves circuit synthesis and simulation techniques 
  • EM interference and compatibility 
  • Wave propagation and channel modeling 
  • RF power amplifier and devices 
  • Aeronautical and Space Applications 
  • RFID Devices/Systems/Applications 
  • Automotive/Transportation Radar & Communications 
  • Environmentally Sensitive ("Green") Design 
  • Biomedical Systems and Applications 
  • UWB and Multispectral Technologies & Systems 
  • Emerging System Architectures 
  • Modelling Techniques for RF Systems 
  • Radar Techniques, Systems and Applications 
  • Sonar Systems and Applications 
  • Wireless Power Transfer & Energy Harvesting 
  • Microwave Imaging and Tomography 

Track 3: VLSI

  • Microelectronics, Circuits and Systems 
  • Nano-electronics 
  • Devices Micro electro mechanical system 
  • VLSI design and IC technology 
  • IC fabrication and testing 
  • CMOS mixed signal and RF VLSI design 
  • VLSI signal processing 
  • VLSI for wireless communication 5G and beyond 
  • VLSI for bioengineering VLSI for instrumentation and controls 
  • VLSI for electronic system design and manufacturing 

Track 4: Optical Communication 

  • Optical Materials 
  • Optical Signal Processing 
  • Advances in Optical Networking 
  • Photonic Communications Systems and Networks 
  • High-speed Optical Communications systems & devices 
  • All-Optical Communication Systems 
  • Energy-Efficient & Spectral-Efficient Optical Communication Systems 
  • Optical MIMO 
  • Optical Fibers and Devices for 
  • Optical Communications 
  • Optical Amplifiers 
  • Modeling & Optimization of Optical Communication Networks 
  • Optical sensors 
  • Optical network management 
  • Software-defined networks 
  • Visible light communication 
  • Nonlinear Optics 
  • Nanophotonics 
  • Digital all-optical networks 
  • Next generation networking 
  • Optical switching and routing (WAOR) 
  • Optical packet networks, memories and data storage 
  • Optical transparency and network scalability 
  • Network reliability and availability (RONEXT) 
  • Wireless and optical networking (GOWN) 
  • Radio-over-fibre transmission 
  • Broadband metro and access networks 
  • Photonic band-gap structures (ESPC) 
  • Nonlinear and active PBG devices 
  • Nanoscale and ultrafast photonics (NAON) 
  • VCSELs and other novel light sources 
  • Micro resonators and photonic molecules (MPM) 
  • Novel glasses & New transmission windows 
  • Big data analytics & network optimization (BigNeO) 
  • Non-conventional optical communications

Electrical Engineering

Track 1: Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution 

  • High Voltage Engineering, HVDC-FACTS 
  • Power System Monitoring, Control and Protection for Low Voltage Protection, Medium Voltage Protection, Surge Protection, Generator & Ground Fault Protection of Medium Voltage Installations 
  • Control Communication and Monitoring of Smart Grid 
  • Wireless Power Transfer 
  • Power Quality, UPS, Filters 
  • Distributed Energy Systems and Metering 
  • Solid-State Transformers 

Track 2: Renewable Energy Sources and Technology 

  • Photovoltaic (PV) Inverters and Micro Inverters 
  • Maximum power point tracking (MPPT)
  • Wind Energy Conversion Systems 
  • Fuel Cells 
  • Grid-Tied Systems 
  • Bi-directional Power Converters 
  • Micro grid Systems & Distributed Generation 
  • Energy Storage Systems 

Track 3: Power Electronics and Applications 

  • Switching Circuits & Power Converters 
  • Single-Phase and Three-Phase AC-DC Converters 
  • Embedded AC-DC Power Supplies
  • Hard- and Soft-Switched 
  • Resonant Converters 
  • Point-of-Load (PoL) and Multi-Phase Converters 
  • Single- and Multi-Phase Inverters 
  • Control of Power Electronic Converters 
  • Current-Mode and Voltage-Mode Control 
  • Digital Control 
  • Sensor and Sensor-less Control 
  • Network and Telecommunication Power Electronics 
  • Defense and Military Power Electronics
  • AC-DC-AC Applications and Matrix Converters 
  • AC, DC, BLDC Motor Drives 
  • Portable Power 
  • Energy Harvesting 
  • Vehicular Power Electronic Circuits and Systems 
  • Power Electronics for Hybrid and Electric Cars 
  • Power Electronics for Aerospace 
  • Charging Systems 

Track 4: Robotics, Control, Instrumentation and Automation 

  • Humanoid robots, Mobile robotics, Space and underwater robots 
  • Control system modelling 
  • Circuits and Systems 
  • Device and Component Modeling 
  • Parasitic, Software Tools 
  • Rapid Prototyping, Industrial automation 
  • Intelligent control, Neuro-control, Fuzzy control and their applications 
  • Networked control systems, Instrumentation systems

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