Subject matter of the conference
International School on Nonsinusoidal Currents and Compensation 2015 (ISNCC 2015) is a continuation,
in reorganized form, of the former School on Nonsinusoidal Currents.
It was held for the first time in 2008 as ISNCC 2008 and next in 2010 and in 2013.
Systems with nonsinusoidal voltages and currents (NSV&C) shall be the focus area of the conference and in particular,
power properties of such systems, compensation, identification, modeling, smart instrumentation, power electronics,
supply and loading qualities, as well as energy accounts in systems with NSV&C. Four issues would be the leading subjects of the School:
- Power and compensation in Smart Grids,
- Power Electronics – cause and remedy for distortion in distribution systems,
- Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) – a tool for rationalization of energy use,
- Identification of location of harmonics and asymmetry sources.
The Conference shall provide a forum for presentation of new ideas and research results as well as an opportunity for a transfer,
through tutorials, of the existing knowledge on systems with NSV&C to the younger generation of engineers and researchers.
The conference shall provide an opportunity for discussion and exchange of experience between theoreticians, practitioners,
experienced and beginner scientists interested in systems with NSV&C as well as researchers interested in smart grids and
AMI-oriented smart instrumentation development, having in mind that voltages and currents in present-day systems
are usually nonsinusoidal and asymmetrical.