Meetings and events
IEC representatives participate in global events related to standardization and conformity assessment activities. IEC also endorses partner events in many areas, including energy generation, storage and distributionIEC General Meetings
The IEC promotes the use of electronic tools wherever possible to advance day-to-day and technical work, and generally also organizes many face-to-face meetings, workshops and events.
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20-24 March, Amsterdam
Driving grid innovation under increased regulatory pressure, intense cyber security threat and rapidly rising demand for renewables integration.
15-19 May, Amsterdam
23-24 May 2023, Faroe Islands
The focus of the event is on hybrid power systems, micro-grids, island power systems and hybrid power plants. International participants will benefit from presentations on grid aspects, system studies, design aspects and ancillary services both of hybrid power systems and hybrid power plants.
22-25 May, Bangalore
The 13th Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility & Technical Exhibition (APEMC 2022) will be held at the Sheraton, Bangalore. The Symposium will continue the APEMC spirit to engage and address the world-wide EMC community with a primary focus on the Asia-Pacific region More... . The 2023 APEMC will serve as a bridge and will provide a broad exchange platform for both academia and industry. The symposium will recognize innovations and technology leaderships through Best Symposium Paper Awards, the Best Student Paper Awards, and other recognitions. The scope of the symposium will encompass the entire spectrum of electromagnetic compatibility, electromagnetic environment, signal integrity as well as featured EMC in emerging technologies
31 July - 4 August – Grand Rapids, Michigan
The EMC topics covered include standards, measurement techniques and test procedures, instrumentation, equipment and systems characteristics, interference control techniques and components, education, computational analysis, and spectrum management, along with scientific, technical, industrial, prof More... essional or other activities that contribute to this field.
19-26 August, Sapporo, Hokkaido
Commission E (Electromagnetic Environment and Interference) covers the generation of different types of electromagnetic environments and the effects of those environments on electronic system performance. The EM environment includes both natural and intentional emissions.
28 August - 1 September, Glasgow
This conference focuses on high voltage engineering and includes studies of electromagnetic fields, transient phenomena including lightning, and high voltage and high current testing techniques.
4-7 September, Cairns
Ten of Sixteen CIGRE Study Committees are cosponsoring this symposium including Study Committee C4 which covers the EMC topic. The main focus of this symposium is: “The End to End electricity System: transition, development, operation and integration."
4-8 September, Krakow
The intent of EMC Europe 2023 organizers is to create an excellent forum for useful contacts and exchange of scientific and technical information between researchers and practicing engineers from academia, research laboratories, industry and government agencies. The symposium gives the unique opport More... unity to present the progress and results of their work and to exchange ideas, discuss different points of view and share experiences with colleagues involved in EMC.