The International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Sustainable Technologies (ICEEST) will be held at the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore (New Campus), during 14-15 December 2022. The purpose of the conference is to provide an international forum for cross-fertilization of ideas from academic researchers, practicing engineers, and industry representatives in areas related to Electrical Engineering and allied fields in general. The conference will include presentations of technical papers and keynote talks on issues of contemporary significance in Electrical Systems, Renewable Energy Systems, Signal Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Control Theory, Sustainable Technologies, and other areas of Electrical Engineering. The IEEE is technically cosponsoring ICEEST 2022. Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements.

Virtual Conference Statement: In light of an ongoing rise in COVID-19 cases worldwide, the appearance of new virus variants, and continued travel restrictions, the ICEEST 2022 organizing committee decided to go full virtual with this ICEEST edition. A virtual experience will occur during yet-to-be-defined time slots during conference days. We believe this is the safest approach for the health and safety of our global community, and we are excited that a virtual event allows people to participate and interact despite the ongoing pandemic. Attendees will participate virtually in the Conference. Networking is a cornerstone of our event, and we will try to set up a virtual experience that fosters this as much as possible.
The conference agenda will be aligned with core sessions for approximately six hours per day, including paper discussions, keynotes, workshops, and interactions.
We hope you all understand our decision in the current situation and will be happy to meet you virtually in ICEEST 2022.

Conference Chair

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