Call for Papers
(Concurrent Sessions & Posters)
Those offering to make presentations must submit an abstract that briefly describes their research or case study. Along with overview, it must include background and potential significance, methodology, results, conclusions, and references (if any). All abstracts must conform to the structure outlined in the template.
Once the abstract is accepted, authors are encouraged to submit the extended abstract and full paper as optional items. Also, the PowerPoint slides used for presentation on-site will be collected.
These materials will be posted on the IAEE website for viewing after the conference.
|Deadline for abstract submission||25 February 2022|
|Notification of abstract||8 April 2022|
|Deadline for submission of extended abstract and full paper||20 May 2022|
|Deadline for presenter’s registration||20 May 2022|
LIST OF TOPICS THAT COULD BE ADDRESSED
- Climate change
- IPCC, Paris Agreement and policy designs
- Circular carbon economy including CCS & CCU methods and solutions
- Economics and geopolitics of oil and natural gas
- Role of conventional energy sources under low carbon society
- Security of supply issues
- Development of LNG markets
- Prospects of oil and gas prices
- Gas transportation and pipelines
- Market and environmental effects of shale oil and gas
- Country studies of energy market reforms and experiences
- Electricity pricing and grid system
- Distributed generation under uncertainty
- Energy utilities strategies
- Nuclear energy
- Energy sector investment
- Efficient use of energy
- Renewable energy
- Role of innovative technologies
- Connecting intermittent renewable to grids
- Prospects of alternative transport fuels
- Energy and emission modeling
- Experimental methods and behavioral economics in energy and environmental analysis
- Uncertainty: options, futures and other derivatives
- Commodity and financial derivatives markets for energy
- Regional energy issues
- Global emissions regulation (IMO, ICAO/IATA)
- Energy access issues
- Energy transition
When submitting the abstract, authors are requested to select one IAEE Energy Specialization Code, which you think is most appropriate to your paper.
List of the codes is available from here: IAEE Energy Specialization Codes
Length: no more than 2 pages
Format: All abstracts must conform to the format structure outlined in the template and must be submitted in PDF format
- - One author can present only one paper at the conference.
Authors can submit multiple abstracts but if more than one papers is accepted, one of the co-authors must register to present the paper.
- - Title of abstract cannot be changed after the abstract has been accepted.
PRESENTER ATTENDANCE AT THE CONFERENCE
At least one author of an accepted paper or poster must pay the registration fees and attend the conference to present the paper or poster.
This paragraph governs the intellectual property rights associated with works you submit for potential presentation at conferences sponsored by IAEE. You, as the author(s) of the submitted abstract, full-length paper, and associated presentation graphics, if any, for the conference, may claim and retain all copyrights to these works on the condition that you grant to the IAEE an unconditional non-exclusive indefinite license to summarize, edit, or excerpt those works, and to sell or make them available at no compensation to you, either in print or in electronic media, and to use the author’s name(s) and the contents of the works in connection with the publication, advertisement, or promotion of these works, the conference with which they are associated, and the IAEE. You, as author(s) of the submitted works, further warrant that they are original, have not been published previously, contain no matter unlawful in content or in violation of the rights of any third party, and contain all appropriate attributions or references to works of any other person. Concerns about this agreement should be communicated by Email under the subject “IAEE Copyright Agreement” to firstname.lastname@example.org