2024 International Conference on Diagnostics in Electrical Engineering (Diagnostika)
September 3. - 5. 2024
Diagnostika (CDEE) is a traditional scientific conference organized by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen. The purpose of this biennial conference, founded in 1993 by prof. Mentlík, is to share the latest events and developments in the field of diagnostics. Next event will be the sixteenth meeting of scientists and experts involved in electrical engineering diagnostics. As usual, everyone interested in electrical engineering, structure of materials, their features and applications in electrical systems will have an opportunity for the professional exchange of knowledge and research results. Previous event was indexed in Scopus, IEEE Xplore and Web of Science.
IEEE members have a 12% discount on the conference fee.
The conference is structure to oral and poster sessions.
Laboratory Methods of Diagnostics
On-Site Testing of Electrical Appliances
Electrical Insulation Properties and Structural Changes
Other Diagnostic Methods
Theories, Methods and Models
Electric Machines and Devices
We will gradually reveal here the speakers of the conference.
15. 12. 2023 Abstract submission
15. 1. 2024 Abstract acceptance notification
15. 4. 2024 Full paper submission
31. 5. 2024 Review
15. 6. 2024 Registration start and conference fee
30. 6. 2024 Final paper submission
3. 9. 2024 Conference opening
Information about fees will be available later.
Conference Diagnostika '24 is held in Parkhotel Pilsen. The first building of this hotel was built in 2001. After several years of successful operation, second building was built, which included a congress hall for 1000 people. A hall measuring 1800 square meters was and still is one of the largest in the Pilsen region. For the participant of the conference, we have a discount code "Diagnostika" for accomodation in Parkhotel. SEE ON MAP
CDEE 2022 was a great event full of high-quality papers. One of the highlights of the conference was the presence of six invited speakers. We were honored to introduce a special invited speaker, Professor Eberhard Lemke, a renowned expert in the field of partial discharge measurements. The inventor of the so-called Lemke Probe, which utilizes a non-conventional field coupling mode for PD diagnostics of HV apparatus in service.
prof. Ing. Pavel Trnka, Ph.D.
Ing. Jaroslav Hornak, Ph.D.
doc. Ing. Josef Pihera, Ph.D.
doc. Ing. Jiří Tupa, Ph.D.
Ing. Ondřej Michal, Ph.D.
Ing. Pavel Prosr, Ph.D.