2nd International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Future Electric transportation (SEFET) 2022 aims to provide a platform for Engineers, Researchers, Scientists & Academicians to present their work, to share experiences and ideas in the areas of Renewable Energy, Electric Transportation, Power Electronics, Electric Drives, Control Techniques, Smart Grids, Communication Protocols, Intelligent Charging Infrastructure and Standards. In view of changing scenario under sustainable energy & electric transportation, this conference aims to put together the experts from these areas to disseminate their knowledge and experience for working in years to come. SEFET 2022 program will feature Keynotes and Plenary Sessions, Technical Paper Presentations, Industry Sessions and Awards.
Electric Transportation and Vehicle Systems
Power Electronic Systems and Energy Efficient Drives
Communication Protocols and Systems used in Electric Transportation and Smart Grids
Modelling, Simulation and Control of EV Systems
Wired and Wireless Charging Systems
Charging Infrastructure, Standards and Guidelines
Machine Learning and IOT Applicable to Sustainable Energy and Electric Transportation
Electric Transportation in Air, Space, Ship and undersea applications
Advanced Electrical Machines Design and control applications to Electric Transportation
Wide Band gap Power Devices
New Battery Technologies
Renewable Energy Systems, Smart Grids, Micro grids and HVDC Transmission
Any other topic related to Electric Transportation and Sustainable Technologies
Hyderabad, the fifth largest metropolis of India, is the state capital of Telangana, known for its rich history and culture with monuments, mosques, temples, a rich and varied heritage in arts, crafts and dance. This site endeavors to present the rich heritage and culture of Hyderabad, along with an insight into Hyderabad today. Hyderabad is located on the banks of the Musi River and on the Deccan Plateau.
Hyderabad and Secunderabad are "twin cities" near Hussain Sagar Lake (also known as Tank Bund in local parlance) but both cities have grown so much that now they have become one big metropolis. The city and district of Hyderabad are coterminous. Hyderabad district is entirely contained within the Ranga Reddy district of Telangana. Many of the suburbs of Hyderabad were recently merged into the city, now called Greater Hyderabad.