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College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering  (CEME)
International Conference on Energy Systems Engineering (ICESE - 2010)
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International Conference on Energy Systems Engineering (ICESE - 2010) was held in Islamabad / Rawalpindi, Pakistan, on 25 - 27 October 2010. It was organized by the College Of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering (CEME) in collaboration with National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST), Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan, and Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). ICESE – 2010 was a top of the line technical conference that covered issues related to energy systems, energy management, and environment thereby inviting the interest of a large audience. The conference targeted the research presentations by professionals from academia, industry, and organizations dealing with energy. The conference include technical papers, panel discussions, and a series of tutorials enabling participants to learn about the latest trends in energy systems engineering and technology.

Technical papers describing original work were presented in the following areas:

Track 1: Conventional Energy: Fuels and Combustion; Coal, Gas, Combined-cycle

Track 2: Nuclear Energy: Plant Design, Licensing, Construction, Commissioning and associated


Track 3: Renewable Energy: Hydro, Micro Hydro, Wind, Solar, Geothermal, Tidal Waves, Biofuel,

Fuel Cell Technology

Track 4: Advanced Energy Systems:  Fusion Plasmas, Lasers, Radiation, Nanomagnetism,

Spintronics, Blue Energy, and Energy Island, etc

Track 5: Associated Systems: Heat Exchangers, Cooling Systems, Turbines, Generators, and


Track 6: Reliability, Availability, Efficiency, and Maintainability of Energy Systems

Track 7: Power Plant Engineering: Power Plant Systems, Design and Analysis, Structures,

Components, Control Systems, Thermal Hydraulics, CFD, Mechanical and Flow-induced Vibrations, Codes, and Standards, Power Plant Economics

Track 8: Modeling and Simulation of Energy Systems

Track 9: Environment and Energy Management: Planning, Policy, Ecology, Economic Issues,

Scientific Data Base, Green House Gases, Carbon Mitigation, Global Warming, the Role of Developed and Developing Countries, Institutional Framework for Climate Change 

A total of around 153 papers were submitted out of which 45 papers were accepted for final presentation. Moreover, there were 12 keynote speakers, 6 were international keynote speakers and 6 were national keynote speakers