World Conference on Electrical Engineering

03 Mar - 05 Mar 2023 Vienna, Austria

About The Conference

More About the Must-Attend Electrical Engineering Conference

Welcome to the World Conference on Electrical Engineering – a premier academic event that will bring together scientists, educators, researchers, and members of government, private companies, and non-profit organizations.

We are excited to welcome you in Vienna, Austria on the 03 – 05 March 2023. This conference will feature research on a number of important subjects in the field: magnetostatics, controllability, intelligent control, semiconductors, transistors, signal processing, wireless networks, and digital audio broadcasting, to name a few.

Research findings will be delivered in one of the two formats: oral presentations>/span> and poster presentations. If you recently completed a research project and are looking for the right platform to share your findings, look no further. The World Conference on Electrical Engineering is a prestigious event with a scientific committee known for unwavering standards of quality.

If you are looking into joining as an attendee, keep in mind that you can participate both in-person as well as virtually.




Vienna , Austria
Venue: Modul University Vienna | Private University


Friday, 03 Mar - Sunday, 05 Mar 2023



Don't Miss The Electrical Engineering Conference!

View the conference topics for the conference tracks and Paper Submission Guidelines to submit your research papers for the World Conference on Electrical Engineering. Registrations must be done online, and those who register on or before the Early deadline may enjoy a special discounted rate in terms of registration fees.

Friday, 10 Feb 2023

Paper Submission Deadline

Monday, 24 Oct 2022

Early Registration Deadline

Monday, 20 Feb 2023

Late Registration Deadline

Participation Opportunities

All the presentations (Oral/Poster) will be evaluated by the session chairs and evaluation panel members based on the given criteria. Based on the marks given by the session chairs and evaluation panel members, the best presenter in each session, best overall presenter, best student presenter and best poster presenter will be selected. All these winners will be awarded at the Awards ceremony.

What is a Oral presentation?

What is a poster presentation?

What is a Virtual presentation?

Join us as a Listener

What is a Oral presentation?

Oral presentations are forms of effective verbal communication that may be accompanied by slides. It is critical that you do not read your slides as your presentation; slides help you make a point, but do not replace your verbal communication. Presenters should not write out their presentations on slides or itemize all their points on a slide—this detracts from the engagement with the audience. If your head is always turned to your slides or looking down at your laptop, you will not deliver a powerful presentation.

What is a poster presentation?

As a poster presenter you can deliver your presentation effectively to an audience in the form of a poster. There is no formal oral presentation in a poster session, instead each author is assigned a display area on which diagrams, graphics, data, pictures/photos, and a small amount of text are presented. The poster should be self-explanatory, but the author should be available at certain times, such as refreshment breaks and during the time devoted to poster session, to interact with viewers and answer questions.

What is a Virtual presentation?

If you cannot attend our conference but still wish to have your paper presented at the conference and published in the conference proceedings, we offer a virtual presentation option for your convenience. Virtual presenters are still required to submit a proposal/abstract or full paper, and one author must pay the registration fee. Your conference documents will be sent to your email after the conference.

Join us as a Listener

The listener registration category is for non presenting participants who would like to attend the organized scientific event. The listener participants not only gets the opportunity to listen to the keynote speeches, and other insights shared by the top speakers, but also will get the opportunity of sharing their own ideas and insights at all conference sessions. In addition, the listeners will be exposed to several networking opportunities with both the corporate and academic figures.

Scientific Committee

Open Science originates with the premise that universal scientific knowledge is a product of a collective scholarly and social collaboration involving all stakeholders and knowledge belongs to the global society. Scientific outputs generated by public research are a public good that should be available to all at no cost and without barriers or restrictions. The Academy’s international scientific committees and editorial review boards embrace the philosophical principle of open science’s universality, freedom, and responsibility.

Department of Measurement Science, Electronics and Control, Silesian University of Technology, Poland

Prof. Dr. Marian Kampik Department of Measurement Science, Electronics and Control, Silesian University of Technology, Poland

AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

Prof. Ryszard Tadeusiewicz AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

The Faculty of Engineering and Science, Aalborg University, Denmark

Dr. Saeed Peyghami The Faculty of Engineering and Science, Aalborg University, Denmark

Dept of Electrical Engineering, University of Vigo, Spain

Dr. Daniel Villanueva Torres Dept of Electrical Engineering, University of Vigo, Spain

ower Systems Research Group, Electronic Engineering Department, Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom

Dr. Onyema S. Nduka ower Systems Research Group, Electronic Engineering Department, Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom

Department of Systems, Faculty of Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications, Universidad del Cauca, Colombia

Dr. Cesar Alberto Collazos Department of Systems, Faculty of Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications, Universidad del Cauca, Colombia

Dept of Control and Systems Engineering, University of Technology, Iraq

Prof. Dr. Layla H. Abood Dept of Control and Systems Engineering, University of Technology, Iraq

Dept of Electronics Engineering, Harcourt Butler Technical University, India

Prof. Manoj K. Shukla Dept of Electronics Engineering, Harcourt Butler Technical University, India

Conference Themes and Topics

The World Conference on Electrical Engineering will provide an excellent international platform for sharing knowledge and results in theory, methodology, and applications impacts and challenges of Electrical. The conference discusses practical and theoretical results which make a fundamental contribution to the development of Electrical. The aim of the conference is to provide a platform for researchers and practitioners from both academia as well as industry to meet and share cutting-edge development in the field. Original research papers, state-of-the-art reviews are invited for publication in all areas of electrical engineering and electronics Development.

The World Conference on Electrical Engineering Scientific Committee

  • Electromagnetism

    Displacement current
    Electric charge
    Electric current
    Electric field
    Electric potential
    Electrical resistance
    Electromagnetic field
    Electromagnetic induction
    Electromagnetic radiation
    Electromagnetic spectrum
    Electromotive force
    Magnetic field
    Magnetic moment
    Optical spectrum
    Resonant cavity
    Transmission line

  • Physical Laws

    Ampère's law
    Coulomb's law
    Current law
    Faraday-Lenz law
    Gauss's law
    Kirchhoff's circuit laws
    Lorentz force law
    Maxwell's equations
    Ohm's law
    Voltage law

  • Power Engineering

    Alternating current
    Direct current
    Electrical generator
    Electricity pylon
    Power electronics / Electro-mechanical
    Renewable electricity
    Single-phase electric power
    Static VAR compensator
    Three-phase power
    Transmission line
    Two-phase electric power
    Variable-frequency drive
    Ward Leonard control

  • Control Engineering

    Adaptive control
    Artificial neural networks
    BIBO stability
    Closed-loop controller
    Control applications
    Control theory
    Digital control
    Digital signal controller
    Direct torque controller
    Distributed Control System
    Embedded controller
    Exponential stability
    Extended Kalman filter
    Field oriented controller
    First principles modeling
    Fuzzy control
    Industrial Control Systems
    Input-to-state (ISS) stability
    Intelligent control
    Kalman filter
    Least squares
    Lyapunov stability (i.e., asymptotic stability)
    Marginal stability
    Model predictive control
    Motion control
    Negative feedback
    Neural networks
    Nonlinear control
    Optimal control
    PID controller
    Positive feedback
    Process Control
    Programmable logic controller
    Pulse-width modulation controller
    Root locus
    Signal-flow graph
    State observer
    State space representation
    Supervisory control (SCADA)
    System identification
    System modeling and analysis
    System properties

  • Electronics

    Active elements
    Avalanche diode
    Bipolar transistor (BJT)
    Darlington transistor
    Electrical element/Discretes
    Electrical network/Circuit
    Electronic design automation
    Field effect transistor (FET)
    Hall effect sensor
    Laser diode
    Light-emitting diode
    Operational amplifier
    PIN diode
    Passive elements
    Schottky diode
    Y-delta transform
    Zener diode

  • Electric Vehicles

    Electric motor
    Hybrid electric vehicle
    Plug-in hybrid
    Rechargeable battery
    Smart Grid

  • Signal Processing

    Analog signal processing
    Analog-to-digital converter
    Analogue filter
    Audio filter
    Audio noise reduction
    Audio signal processing
    Band-pass filter
    Band-stop filter
    Bilinear transform
    Butterworth filter
    Chebyshev filter
    Color correction
    Computer vision
    Continuous Fourier transform
    Continuous signal, Discrete signal
    Data compression
    Digital filter
    Digital image processing
    Digital signal processing
    Digital-to-analog converter
    Discrete Fourier transform
    Discrete cosine transform
    Discrete sine transform
    Edge detection
    Electronic filter
    Equalization (audio)
    Fast Fourier transform (FFT)
    Filter (signal processing)
    Finite impulse response
    Geometric transformation
    High-pass filter
    Hilbert transform
    Image editing
    Image noise reduction
    Infinite impulse response
    Kalman filter
    Laplace transform
    Lossless data compression
    Lossy data compression
    Low-pass filter
    Notch filter
    Nyquist frequency
    Nyquist–Shannon sampling theorem
    Sallen Key filter
    Sample and hold
    Speech processing
    Wiener filter

  • Telecommunication

    Carrier system
    Carrier wave
    Communication channel
    Digital audio broadcasting
    Digital television
    Error correction and detection
    Information theory
    Main distribution frame (MDF)
    Mobile phone
    Optical fiber
    Pulse-code modulation (PCM)
    Satellite radio
    Wireless network

Submission Guidelines

To facilitate the submission process and the subsequent follow-up process, please consider the following guidelines, information, tips, terms and deadlines mentioned.

In order to submit a paper, an author is required to create an online account on the conference website. Only manuscripts submitted via the online submission system will be considered for review. To upload your submission, first register as an “Author” by filling in the “Author” registration. Once your account is created, you can log in by the assigned Username and Password and then you will be able to upload your submission (Abstract/full paper) using the “New Submission” button. With the online submission management system, you will be able to track the review process by logging into your account.

Abstract submission Guidelines
  • The acceptable word range for the abstract is 175 – 275 words. The abstracts which do not meet this word limit will be asked for revisions.
  • Please download the abstract template and follow the format carefully.
  • Your submission should be submitted in English.
  • We encourage you to send informative abstract (complete abstract) which is a compendious summary of a paper’s substance including its background, purpose, methodology, results, and conclusion
  • Please send in a brief biography together with the Abstract. eats for the conference.
Getting Tour Full Paper Published
  • Download the Full Paper Template for proceedings and read guidelines.
  • Prepare your manuscript in English. Please ensure that your manuscript does not contain grammatical and language errors
  • All third party work included in your paper should be properly acknowledged with referencing
  • The manuscripts should be submitted as an MS Word document in .doc format (not as a PDF or .docx format) with other supporting documents as requested in call for paper email
  • Send your paper to the related conference on or before the deadline

How to Design Your Poster

Design your poster so that it is easy to read and include some visuals or charts. Allocate the top of the poster for the title and authors’ names and affiliations. Remember the audience may have a short time frame to read your poster. The poster size should be A1 international paper size. Materials, including the title, should not extend beyond the poster size. Do not use foam core or any thick or multi-layered materials or pushpins directly on the poster boards. Please make sure that the material used for the poster allows it to be posted on the boards. All posters should be based on the submitted abstract as accepted by the Scientific Committee. Please bring your poster with you.

Abstract Format

Please download the abstract template and follow the format carefully.

Full Paper Format

Please download the full paper template and follow the format carefully.

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All papers have publication opportunities in Scopus indexed journals

All papers will go through the double-blind peer-review process and are expected to meet the criteria outlined by the journal You may ask to revise the paper and submit it back on or before the stated deadline Acceptance or non-acceptance of the paper is solely in the hands of the editorial board For further details on publication contact Head of Publications at Electrical Engineering Conference.

All accepted papers will be published in the conference Proceeding with ISBN Number. All full papers sent for conference proceedings will be accepted through a double-blind review process and will be published electronically in proceedings with a DOI number.


Plagiarism Policy & Publication Ethics

The World Conference on Electrical Engineering follows strict anti-plagiarism policies. As such, every submission is checked for plagiarism using Crossref Similarity Check Powered by iThenticate. All articles submitted to the conference first undergo a plagiarism check before being sent to our scientific committee for review. The submission will be automatically rejected at any time if found plagiarized. You can find out more about the iThenticate software here:


Indexing Support

Conference proceedings will be submitted to renowned indexing databases like Thomson Reuters, SCOPUS and Google Scholar for possible Indexing.

Discover Vienna!

We are not authorized to assist with the visa process beyond providing an invitation letter and the contents of all letters are the same. The organizing committee would like to clearly state that the letter is only to help the participant to obtain a visa or to raise travel funds and has no further financial obligations from the conference towards the participant. If you require a visa, we advise you to obtain and submit an official Letter of Invitation from the conference organizer to help facilitate the visa process. Please note that Letters of Invitation are only issued to registered and paid/approved delegates. Create your visa application online!

Registration Fee

In order to register for the conference, you are required to create an online account on the conference website. If you are an author and already created an account for paper submission, just login into your account and finalize your registration. If you wish to join the conference as a Listener, you need to first create an account by filling out the form. Then you can log in by the assigned Username and Password and make the payment.


Registration Fee Include

  • Admission to scientific sessions
  • All-Conference materials
  • An invitation to the Welcome Reception
  • Admission to the exhibition and poster viewing
  • Tea/coffee and lunch
  • Certificate of Attendance and City tour
  • Notice: The conference fee does not include accommodation and airport transfer.

Cancellation Policy: In case of any cancellation or non-attendance, unfortunately, the registration fees are not refundable.


Conference Group Registration

Groups of 10–20 individuals save 10%, and groups of 20+ save 15%.

If the group meets the discount guidelines, you must send an email to info[at] to request the group discount code.

Monday, 24 Oct 2022
Early Registration
Oral/Poster Registration (Students)
€ 145.00
Oral/Poster Registration (Regular)
€ 195.00
Listener Registration
€ 100.00
Virtual Registration
€ 120.00
Extra Paper
€ 75.00

Monday, 20 Feb 2023
Late Registration
Oral/Poster Registration (Students)
€ 185.00
Oral/Poster Registration (Regular)
€ 230.00
Listener Registration
€ 120.00
Virtual Registration
€ 140.00
Extra Paper
€ 75.00