2024 4th International Conference on Intelligent Power and Systems (ICIPS 2024)
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Murdoch University Parallel Session of ICIPS 2024

2024 4th International Conference on Intelligent Power and Systems (ICIPS 2024)


Address: 90 South Street,Murdoch,Western Australia 6150


Hosted by: 

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Murdoch was the second university established in Perth, Western Australia and has achieved a five-star rating for overall satisfaction, inclusiveness and employability by the QS Stars Assessment 2024, placing it among some of the leading universities in the world. 


About Murdoch University Parallel Session:

The Murdoch University Parallel Session of 2024 4th International Conference on Intelligent Power and Systems (ICIPS 2024) will be held on campus at Murdoch University. Due to the time difference between the main venue in Yichang and Australia, the ICIPS 2024 Murdoch Parallel Session is scheduled from 15:00 to 18:00 (UTC+10), on Saturday, 2nd July 2024, in 90 South Street,Murdoch,Western Australia 6150 at Murdoch Campus. The conference aims to provide a platform for experts and scholars to engage in intelligent power and systems and share scientific research results and cutting-edge technologies, understand academic development trends, broaden research ideas, strengthen academic research and discussion, and promote the industrialization of academic achievements. The conference sincerely invites academic experts, scholars,  and relevant personnel to participate in ICIPS 2024-Murdoch.

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Chair of Murdoch University Parallel Session:

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      Farhad Shahnia

A/Professor in Electrical Engineering, Murdoch University


Farhad Shahnia received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, in 2012. He is currently an Associate Professor with Murdoch University, Perth, Australia. He has published over 100 articles in the application and control of power electronic converters in distribution systems and microgrids.