2nd International Conference on Green Energy Production and Transfer Systems (ICGETS’20)

online conference, November 14-15, 2020.

Important dates

Paper Submission Deadline: Februaryr 9th, 2020 23:59 CET

Extended Paper Submission Deadline: February 9th, 2020 23:59 CET

Acceptance:  February 23rd, 2020 23:59 CET

Final paper upload: March 1st, 2020 23:59 CET

Call for papers
Only best papers which are related to proposed topics on " Sustainable Entrepreneurship, Renewable Energy Based Projects, and Digitalization " will be published in a Special Issue.

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Join us as Speaker- Euro Early Late On-Site
Speakers One Abstract 350 € 400 € --
Additional abstract 250 € 300 € --

Join us as Speaker-TND Early Late On-Site
Speakers One Abstract 750 DT 750 DT --
Additional abstract 600 DT 600 DT --

Join us as Speaker- Euro Early Late On-Site
Speakers One Abstract 385 $ 385 $ --
Additional abstract 275 $ 275 $ --

It is our honour and sincere pleasure to invite you to participate as a speaker at The 2nd International Conference on Green Energy Production and Transfer Systems which will be held on March 20,22nd 2020 in Hammamet, Tunisia.

In this spirit, we welcome this opportunity to hear your new ideas, knowledge and to profit from your great contribution in this field of work.
The themes of the conference will be on the following topics:

  • Smart Grid: Energy Informatics and Clean Energy.
  • Renewable Energy systems and applications (Solar /Wind).
  • Technology and Education: Power and Energy Engineering.
  • Green Energy Production and transfer systems.

You would be a valuable addition to our gathering and we hope that you can join us knowing that you will benefit from:

  • A discount of 30% on the registration fees.
  • A social trip.
  • A suitable price of transfer from the airport to the hotel back and forth.
  • A luxurious accommodation.

To confirm your participation kindly book your place at the earliest possible time. And for any further assistance please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.


National Engineering School of Sfax, Tunisia.
Keynote: Marine Energy Harvesting and Distributing: Status and Outlooks.
Prof. Ahmed Masmoudi received the B.S. degree from the National Engineering School of Sfax (ENIS), Tunisia, in 1984, the PhD. degree from Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris, France, in 1994, and the Habilitation degree from ENIS, in 2001, all in electrical engineering. In August 1984, he joined Shlumberger as a Field Engineer.
Since April 1988, he has been with the Tunisian University where he has been involved in both education and research activities. He is currently a professor of electric power engineering at ENIS, the head of the Research Laboratory on Renewable Energies and Electric Vehicles (RELEV), and the coordinator of the master on Sustainable Mobility Actuators: Research and Technology (SMART).
He published up to 85 journal papers, 20 among which in the IEEE transactions, and 4 books. He is the co-inventor of a US-patent. He presented 11 keynote speeches and 300 papers in international conferences, 5 of which have been rewarded by the best paper prize. He is the chairman of the Program and Publication Committees of the International Conference on Ecological Vehicles and Renewable Energies, organized in Monaco every year since 2006. Prof. Masmoudi is a senior member, IEEE.
His main research interests cover the design of new topologies of ac machines allied to the implementation of advanced and efficient control strategies in drives and generators applied to automotive and renewable energy systems.


Marine Energy Harvesting and Distributing: Status and Outlooks.


Covering more than 70% of the Earth’s surface, seas and oceans are fundamental sources for the world economy, with high potential for development and prosperity. In particular, they represent a huge source of renewable energy, primarily in the form of offshore wind, whose exploitation experienced an exponential increase in recent years. Other forms of marine renewables, such as wave and tidal energy, although characterized by lower technological maturity, could strategically contribute to the diversification of the energy portfolio. This speech will provide the status and outlooks of the marine energy harvesting technologies. Moreover, the design and operation of the offshore electric grid required for their interconnection will be covered. Specifically, the challenges of integrating offshore transmission and distribution grids, characterized by HVDC technology and high penetration of power electronics, into the traditional onshore power system will be addressed.

National Engineering School of Tunis, Tunisia.
Keynote: Articificial Intelligence and energy transition.
Prof. Najiba Mrabet Bellaaj received her Electrical Engineering diploma in 1988 and her PHD degree in 2001. She was an Assistant Professor till 2010 at Institut Superieur d'Informatique d'EL Manar (ISI), Tunisia. Since 2016 she has been a Professor at ISI. She does her researches at Electrical System Laboratory (LR-11-ES15) in group QehnA at the Ecole Nationale d’Ingenieurs de Tunis, Tunisia. Her major fields of interest in research are: Artificial Intelligent techniques, Electrical Machines, Modeling, Diagnosis, Managing, Distributed Systems and Renewable Energy.


Articificial Intelligence and energy transition.


The distributed generation of micro grids development encourages us to be interested in the systems management issues. Modelling and supervising some micro grid subsystems, forecasting some variables related to meteorological phenomena, etc., are among today’s major challenges. These challenges consists mainly in the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques that are more competitive than the classic techniques in such complex systems. AI and digital technologies allow wireless communications between different components of the micro grid and make it SMART. In this presentation, many AI techniques will be applied to different subsystems of a smart grid. First, Multi Agent System (MAS) Technique will be used for the micro grid operation management. Furthermore, the purposes of applying Neural Networks, which are powerful in the predictions, modelling and control of some variables and systems, are to forecast the intermittent renewable energies and load curve, to dispatch a model, and to supervise and diagnose the wind power generator. Finally, the generator parameters will be also identified by Genetic Algorithms in order to improve its control performances, which are compared with fuzzy logic control.

Rector of the Central University Group.
Honoris United Universities

Keynote: The History of Artificial Intelligence since the 60's.
Prof Khaled Ghedira has received the Engineer degree in hydraulic from ENSEEIHT (France), the specialized Engineer degree in computer science and applied mathematics from ENSIMAG (France), the Master degree then the Ph.D. degree in Artificial Intelligence from ENSAE (SupAero France). He also obtained the Habilitation degree in computer science from ENSI in 1999 (Tunisia). He was fellow research at the Institute of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence of Neuch tel (Switzerland 1992-96) and expert consultant at British Telecom (England 1995). He also was the head of ENSI (2002-08). He is currently Professor at the Higher Institute of Management (ISG Tunis) and the president of both the Tunisian Association of Artificial Intelligence (ATIA) and the Intelligent Information Engineering Laboratory (LI3 Tunisia). Professor Ghedira has co/authored more than 200 journal and conference research papers. He has also written two text books on respectively metaheuristics and production logistics. His research areas include multi-agents systems, constraint satisfaction problems, scheduling and transport problems, multi-criteria decision making and metaheuristics. He is member of several program committees relative to various conferences and journals and has also co/organized several International conferences.