Welcome to PSCC'08 in Glasgow
It is a great pleasure to invite you to the 16th Power
Systems Computation Conference (PSCC'08) which takes place in Glasgow,
Scotland, July 14-18, 2008.
The Power Systems Computation Conference has developed into one
of the premier conferences in the area and provides an international
forum for researchers and power system engineers to exchange knowledge
and experiences on the latest developments in the field. The emphasis
is on both theoretical developments as well as practical applications
in the utility and manufacturing industries.
The Power Systems Computation Conference is being organised every
three years, and the five latest conferences were PSCC´05
in Liege, Belgium, PSCC'02 in Sevilla, Spain, PSCC'99 in Trondheim,
Norway, PSCC'96 in Dresden, Germany, and PSCC'93 in Avignon, France.
The first PSCC was organized in the early sixties.
PSCC has developed a fair and rigorous paper review procedure in
order to guarantee a high quality conference. Responsible for the
technical programme including the
selection of papers is the Technical
Programme Committee (TPC). Authors are invited to submit contributions
according to the established PSCC procedure.
A list of topics and themes of PSCC can be found here.
PSCC also has got a reputation as an instrument to build a network
where participants and accompanying persons get to know each other,
make new friends and look forward to meeting again at the next conference.
The common social programme is therefore an important part of the
conference, including a reception, a conference tour and a conference
dinner. The Local Organising Committee
will put together this programme with emphasis on the history and
culture of Glasgow. We believe the visitors coming to Glasgow from
all over the world will bring a bag of memories to take home.