The Artois University, on its campus of Arras, welcomed the 25th Symposium EPNC (Electromagnetic Phenomena in Non-linear Circuits) on 2018, from the 26th to 29th of June 2018. The colloquium organized together with The Faculty of the Electrical Engineering) of the Technological University of Poznan, the Faculty of Applied Science (U. Artois) and with the support of the cluster MEDEE.
This conference brought together 95 participants from 14 countries (Poland, Belgium, Finland, Brazil, France, Germany, the USA, The United Kingdom, Ukraine, Italy …) to follow :
- 6 oral sessions,
- 3 salvoes of scientific poster presentation,
- 2 special sessions, the one on the CE2I project (Integretad Smart Energy Converter) and the other one on Electrical Insulation Systems.
EPNC 2018 received the support of scientific organizations (L2EP, the CE2I program of the CPER), from academic institutions (Polish Academy of Sciences, Polish Society for Theoretical and Applied Electrical Engineering, the Faculty of Applied Sciences). The results of the works presented during this colloquium will be the object of comment publication in IJAEM (International Newspaper of Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics) and COMPEL.
Two foreign researchers led the plenary sessions, Professor Maurizio Repetto from the University of Turin and Professor Andrea Cavallini from the University of Bologna.
EPNC 2018 addresses non-linear issues in magnetic and ferromagnetic circuits, semiconductors, wave propagation and optical devices, non-linear electromagnetic problems. Its applications have a large spectrum, such as medicine, electric and hybrid vehicles, renewable energy production systems. As such, French and foreign manufacturers such as Renault, ABB, Siemens, Altair … showed their interest during this event and actively participated in the various sessions.
Four days where young innovative scientists, internationally renowned researchers and industrialists interacted.
In 2016 in Helsinki (Finland), this year in Arras (France), set up a meeting go to Turin for the next edition in 2020…