Call For Papers

We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the 31st
IAEE Annual International Conference entitled Bridging Energy Supply and Demand: Logistics, Competition
and Environment
. The conference is scheduled for 18-20 June 2008 at the Sheraton Istanbul
Maslak Hotel, Turkey. There will be one major plenary session, 8 dual plenary sessions, and at least 49 concurrent
sessions. Concurrent sessions will be organized from accepted abstracts.

Papers are invited on a wide variety of topics listed below. Authors who are interested
in organizing special sessions are also encouraged to propose their topics, objectives,
and possible speakers to the Program Chair by Nov.15, 2007. Abstract submissions on any
other topics of likely interest to IAEE members are welcome.

Extended abstracts of all papers, up to two pages in length, must be submitted
electronically in Ms Word format via the conference web site. The abstract submission
form and a sample abstract are available under the Abstract Submission menu.

In the case of multiple authors, each abstracts should clearly indicate who the
presenter will be. This presenter author should provide mailing address, phone,
fax, e-mail, and a short CV in addition to the abstract. A confirmation of received
abstracts will be e-mailed.

The lead author should provide mailing address, phone, fax, e-mail, and a short CV
in addition to the abstract. You will receive by e-mail a password that will allow
you to see the abstract index and to open your own files.

Accepted abstracts will appear in the proceedings, which will be distributed at
the conference.

At least one
author from an accepted paper must pay speaker registration fees (by May 12, 2008)
and attend the conference to present the paper.While multiple submissions by individuals or groups of authors are welcome,
the abstract selection process will seek to ensure as broad participation as
possible. No author should submit more than one abstract as its single author.
If multiple submissions are accepted, then a different co-author will be required
to register and present each paper. Otherwise, authors will be asked to drop one
or more paper(s) for presentation.

Abstract Submission Deadline:

January 28, 2008

To download the Call for Papers in pdf format, please click here.

The Topics of The Papers to be Presented in the Concurrent Sessions

The conference will cover the main issues which are likely to be topical on a world wide basis in 2008. A highlight
of possible topics includes:

  • Climate change and energy industry
  • Clean energy technologies
  • CO2 emissions from housholds and transport
  • Design of energy markets
  • Distributed generation issues
  • Effective CO2 removal
  • Electricity prices and uncertainties
  • Energy and development
  • Energy efficiency challenges
  • Energy policy under Kyoto and post-Kyoto commitments
  • Energy prices and economic growth
  • European energy markets and regulation
  • Gas transportation and pipelines
  • Geopolitics of oil and natural gas
  • Integration of intermittent power sources
  • Investment issues in liberalized markets
  • Market power issues
  • Oil reserves and production
  • Outlook for European energy and climate change policy
  • Prospects for nuclear power
  • Prospects for alternative transportation fuels
  • Power and gas trade under volatile prices
  • Regulation and Regulation uncertainties
  • Renewable energy technologies and markets
  • Risk management
  • Security of supply issues
  • Vertical integration versus unbundling
 
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