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Format : 2018-07-12
Format : 2018-07-12


When will transport aircraft fly all-electric ? (Forum)
13 Juillet 2018
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When will transport aircraft fly all-electric ? Interactive round table
+ CIGRE 2018 (Conférence)
CIGRE Session - The leading event for power systems experts 26 Août 2018
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The CIGRE Biennial Session, is held in Paris, France in even number years, bringing together some 3,500 international experts and other decision-makers from the electrical power industry. Around 400 papers, focused on the association’s 16 fields of activities, are discussed.

The CIGRE Session provides a unique opportunity to listen to contributions from international senior executives as well as experts and specialists through official presentations, panel discussions, technical meetings and poster sessions. The Session also offers a social program starting with a welcome drink (which includes coffee breaks) to engage further discussions in a relaxed atmosphere.  

In parallel of the Session, a Technical Exhibition is held in the same location on levels 1, 2 and 3. The exhibition offers the opportunity to all visitors, including CIGRE delegates, to discover new services, tools, equipment and materials as well as the most advanced technologies in the field of power systems.

The CIGRE Session and its Technical Exhibition bring together more than 8500 senior executives, engineers and experts from the worlwide Power Industry. 

Main themes will include:
  • Eco design of equipment
  • Maintenance, refurbishment and life time of equipment
  • Real time monitoring of equipment and systems
  • Development of DC solutions
  • Coordination between TSOs
  • Public acceptance of equipment
  • Integration of renewable
  • Active distribution systems
  • Information systems
4 main strategic directions for CIGRE technical activities are:
  • The Electrical Power System of the Future: super grids, smart grids...
  • Making best use of the existing power system
  • Focus on environment and sustainability
  • Communication on power system issues to the audience
For more information, please contact us.
For more information regarding the Session 47 :
Registrations are now opened. Reduced rate for registrations received up to 31 July 2018 : click here to register
+ Workshop « Blockchain et énergie » (Atelier)
11 Octobre 2018
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La blockchain fait partie de ces technologies dont tout le monde parle mais dont la compréhension laisse à désirer. Associée à ses débuts aux crypto-monnaies, elle entre désormais dans différents secteurs, dont l’énergie. Un pilote à Brooklyn a fait office d’expérimentation notable. Depuis, de nombreux acteurs développent ou réfléchissent aux utilisations possibles de la blockchain dans l’énergie.
Ce workshop va permettre à des industriels du secteur de préciser les fondamentaux de la blockchain, d’en présenter les enjeux et les perspectives dans le domaine de l’énergie.
Cet atelier permettra aux industriels du domaine de l’énergie de mieux appréhender cette innovation et d’entrevoir quel est son avenir possible.

Programme provisoire :

16:00 - 16:30
Frédérique Vallée (Présidente d’IEEE Section France) et François Gerin (Président de la SEE): Accueil et introduction
Bruno Meyer (RTE. Membre du Board of Directors d’IEEE. Membre du CA de la SEE) : Communautés d’industriels et d’universitaires
Jean-Pierre Hauet (Rédacteur en chef de la REE) : Présentation du thème « Blockchain et énergie » et des intervenants
16:30 - 17:00 Eric Thea ( SystemX) : Introduction à la technologie blockchain – Un levier pour de nouveaux usages dans l’énergie
17:00 - 17:30 Karl-Axel Strang (Enedis) : La blockchain appliquée à l’autoconsommation collective 
17:30 - 18:00 Pause
18:00 - 18:30 Gérald Vignal (RTE) : Blockchain : vers une réconciliation entre marché de détail et marché de gros
18:30 - 19:00 Sara Tucci (CEA) : Panorama des applications des blockchains à l’énergie
19:00 Cockail
Organisateur : Bruno Meyer

Inscription gratuite et réservée aux membres IEEE France et SEE (en attente)
Journée d´études "Propagation Radioélectrique" (Journée d'Etude)
28 Novembre 2018
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+ MEA2019 (Colloque)
More Electric Aircraft 06 Février 2019
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On-going research and investments in air transportation are driven by the ambition to increase the efficiency of aircraft, reducing fuel consumption and hence carbon emission. Another ambition is to reduce operating costs and to increase reliability. Given the high demand for air transportation and its expected growth, these challenges are of major importance. Recent developments for pursuing these critical requirements concerned the electrification of aircraft systems which significantly increased electrical power needs and impacted aircraft power architecture. More electrical technology is being driven by strong advances in power electronic devices, high efficiency power generators, advanced actuation systems, energy storage technologies, new manufacturing processes, new power generation and distribution architectures. Whilst many concepts have already been demonstrated on more-electrical platforms, developments on more electric aircraft systems are subject to on-going research programmes of major importance. There is much more to do to challenge the power density and improve the reliability while taking the best of the intrinsic advantages of electrical technology. New research programmes in Europe and beyond are also pushing innovative propulsion concepts, all electric, hybrid or turboelectric, potentially distributed. The design for this future generation of more electric propulsion aircraft challenges not only structure and aerodynamics but also power distribution, energy storage, thermal management, reliability and certification all of which will be addressed during the conference. 
Following the successful European conference held in Bordeaux in February 2017, the organisers of MEA2019 invite industry and research representatives to contribute to this new exciting edition in Toulouse, and to share ideas, lessons learnt and solutions relating to technological developments as well as future concepts associated to more/all electrical aircraft. Transport aircraft, light aircraft, unmanned aircraft, fixed wing as well as rotorcraft, will be considered, either for commercial, military or private use.

The 2-days programme will mostly rely upon highly interactive poster sessions, for which you are invited to submit abstracts referring to the following topics: 

1.    Hybrid/All Electric Aircraft: architectures, management, operations
2.    Propulsion systems, subsystems and equipment for Hybrid/All Electric Aircraft
3.    Electrification of non-propulsive loads
4.    Power generation
5.    Power conversion 
6.    Energy storage and regeneration
7.    Power distribution and circuit protection
8.    Power and energy system architectures
9.    EMC management and thermal management
10.  Maintenance and operability
11.  Reliability and health monitoring
12.  Certification, operation and safety for Hybrid/All Electric Aircraft
13.  Standardisation of new components
14.  Testing facilities for high power electric aircraft
An industrial exhibition organized together with the conference will give opportunity to the audience to visit  booths where labs and industry will highlight their latest achievement related to MEA. Furthermore, MEA2019 will be held in parallel with the DECIELEC event ( and registration to MEA2019 conference will give the opportunity to attend freely this industrial exhibition with more than 100 booths on connected & embedded systems, power electronics and energy systems management.







+ ETTC 2019 (Conférence)
11 Juin 2019 Centre des Congrès Pierre Baudis, Toulouse (France)
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How new technologies (Big Data, Internet of things, ...) will change our tests activities?
The world of test & telemetry is changing quickly. Whatever the industry field: aeronautic, space, automotive, defence, railways ... we are facing tremendous change: reallocation of telemetry spectrum pushed by the mobile network operators, Internet of Things (IoT) driving low cost solutions for sensors, computing and wireless devices, Big Data opening new ways to analyse the information collected ...
Although new technologies will change our way of working, the question is how and when?
The ambition of ETTC 2019 is to help attendees to prepare the future by anticipating next breakthroughs.
Listen to the conference presentations, exchange information with your peers, extend your professional network, learn about standards, improve your knowledge and visit the large exhibition hall with exhibits from suppliers covering the various technological domains of our industry.
ETTC2019 wiIl provide the opportunity for scientists and engineers to report and discuss the latest developments in testing methods, especially in aeronautic and space domain.
ETTC 2019 fournira aux scientifiques et aux ingénieurs l’occasion de présenter et de discuter les derniers développements des méthodes d’essai, en particulier dans le monde aéronautique et spatial.

L’Association Aéronautique et Astronautique de France (3AF) et la Société de l’Electricité, de l’Electronique et des Technologies de l’information et de la Communication (SEE) organisent la nouvelle édition de la Conférence Européenne des Essais et Télémesures, ETTC 2019. Une attention particulière sera portée cette année sur  comment les technologies utilisées pour le « Big data » peuvent aider la communauté des essais. Une session spéciale sera organisée par l’ICTS (International Consortium for Telemetry Spectrum) et une par l’ETSC (European Telemetry Standardization Committee).

The 3AF and SEE societies organize the next ETTC2019 edition. This year, specific attention will be paid to: how “Big data” technology can help the tests community. A special session will be organised by ICTS (the International Consortium for Telemetry Spectrum) and one by ETSC (European Telemetry Standardization Committee).

Exposition / Exhibition

Les développements technologiques en cours et les matériels existants seront mis en valeur par l’exposition qui accompagne la conférence.
On-going technological developments and recent test equipments will be on display at the exhibition associated with the conference.

Secrétariat ETTC 2019 / ETTC 2019 Office

3AF – 10, avenue Edouard Belin – 31400 TOULOUSE – France
Tel: +33(0)5 62 17 52 80 – Fax: +33(0)5 62 17 52 81

Depuis 1985, ETTC est organisé conjointement par la 3AF et la SEE, en liaison avec l’Arbeitskreis Telemetrie EV en Allemagne et l’International Foundation for Telemetering aux Etats-Unis. ETTC est organisé, en France les années impaires en alternance avec le colloque ETC, en Allemagne, les années paires.
Since 1985, ETTC is jointly organised by the 3AF and SEE with Arbeitskreis Telemetrie EV in Germany and the International Foundation for Telemetering in the United State. ETTC is held in France each odd year, alternately with the German conference ETC the even year.


* + 2020 Année Ampère (Commémoration)
Bicentenaire des lois de l’Électrodynamique 01 Janvier 2020
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L’année 2020 sera celle du 200ème anniversaire de la découverte des lois de l’Électrodynamique. André-Marie Ampère est à l’origine de ces découvertes fondamentales pour le monde scientifique qui ont apporté à tous un confort matériel. 
Les communautés scientifiques et industrielles et le monde de l’éducation devraient s’associer pour mettre à l’honneur Ampère en 2020 à cette occasion.
La SEE, par sa vocation et sa légitimité de société savante dans le domaine de l’Électricité, propriétaire de la Maison d’Ampère- Musée de l’Electricité, et la SAAMA (Société des Amis d’André-Marie Ampère) par la responsabilité de la gestion qui lui a été confiée, ont pour ambition d’accompagner ce projet. La SAAMA entretient et met en  valeur le patrimoine et les collections du Musée de l’Électricité qui présentent en grande partie les expériences qui ont conduit André-Marie Ampère à ses découvertes