Call for Papers Congress 2020

The Congress is a celebration of the convenience of electricity and investigates new ways to “do more with the energy you use” in the age approaching the 4IR. The productive use of a strategic resource by an ever expanding base of consumers in both the Industrial and business sector means that Developing Nations must grow in innovation and resilience amidst challenges facing the Energy Sector.

Energy and Development: Technologies and Systems to achieve 2030 SDG outcomes

January 2020 marks the start of the decade humanity has to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals, the biggest most pressing challenges facing the world.

The Energy sector need to put technology and innovation to the task of helping our nation and by extension , the world,  to get us there. This congress, which is comprised of two conferences , the Energy and Human Habitat (formerly the DUE) , and the Industrial and Commercial Use of Energy (ICUE), is hoping to bring together collaboration, networking and sharing of research amongst some of the brightest minds.

From Grid Storage to Harmonics, data analytics, smartgrids, innovations in thermal, oceans wave energy, energy efficient appliances, energy policy, green economy, etc, we need a continuum of diverse researchers to come together to share their research and improve the quality and pace of innovation needed to achieve 2030 goals.

Make this congress work for you and submit a paper  to any one or both of our conferences (EHH or ICUE).

The ICUE conference call upon research in

  • Energy access – City and Agriculture, Energy and Economy, Energy Management
  • Mini-grids and nano-grids in Industry and Commerce
  • E-mobility
  • Storage System development
  • Smart metering and AMI
  • Energy efficiency
  • Air conditioning and heat pumps
  • Green Buildings
  • Renewable and Alternative Energy
  • Ambient Intelligence and IoT in Energy
  • Smart Grids
  • Power Electronic and Inverter Advances
  • Energy modelling and Grid simulations
  • Substation automation
  • Smart Grids
  • Energy in Mining
  • Energy Policy
  • Energy planning
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The EHH (formerly DUE) call upon research in:

  • Energy and Society
  • Energy efficient homes
  • Smart Metering and AMI advances
  • Mini-grids and Nano-grids in cities and towns
  • Electric transportation advances
  • Renewable and Alternative Energy for homes
  • Energy efficient electric and non-electric appliances
  • Energy and development
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Call for Papers Important Info

Submission of abstracts (200 – 220 words)

Full paper Submission

  • Submission of papers in accordance with AIUE Conference guidelines.
  • Submission of full manuscript prepared in accordance with guidelines.
  • Submission before the deadline will allow for papers to be corrected in accordance with recommendations by referees rather than non-acceptance.

Publication ready final version of paper submission.

Payment deadline

Notification of Abstract acceptance

Each paper is reviewed by 3 referees

  • You should have a Powerpoint presentation of your paper ready when you arrive at the conference
  • Your paper will only be included in the proceedings if presented by an author or co-author and all fees have been paid upfront.

The refereeing process of the AIUE Conferences are designed to meet the requirements specified by the Department of Higher education and Training for refereed Conference Proceedings. The programme will contain the required information in the front pages to support academic authors to submit their papers to DHET for publication incentive subsidies.

Conference Scientific Committee and Advisory Board Members

Important Documents

  1. Preparation of Papers for AIUE Proceedings 
  2. AIUE Copyright form
  3. Presentation Instructions

For all queries please contact

AIUE Industrial and Commercial Use of Energy Secretariat
Dr Akunle Ayeleso (2020 Admin)
Dr Saleh Khamlich (2020 Chair)