18-21 August 2020
Congress centre
Liege (Belgium)

Paper Submission



Important information


Paper submissions should satisfy the following conditions:

  • Submitted papers must be no more than 6 pages long when formatted with one of the templates for IEEE conference papers available here. For MS Word template, authors must use A4 format.
  • The reviewing process is single-blind; i.e., reviewers will be anonymous to authors.
  • Submission must consist of original contributions (not previously published and not currently being considered for publication elsewhere).
  • There is no limitation on the number of submissions per author.
  • Papers that are accepted and presented will be included in the IEEEXplore database.


Key dates


December 1, 2019 Paper submission website opens
February 28, 2020 Deadline for paper submission (extended until 28)
April 28, 2020 Paper acceptance notification
May 4, 2020 Deadline for submission of final camera-ready manuscripts
March 1- June 22, 2020 Early Registration
August 18-21, 2020 2020 PMAPS conference



Submission platform

The paper submission may be accessed by clicking here

New submission direct link

Do not forget to use the template and submit in pdf format.


Details on the review process


To ensure a high quality of the contributions, all papers will go through a strict and formal single-blind selection process. Only high-quality papers will be accepted and the target is to have at least two reviewers for each paper. The International Technical Advisory Committee together with the Local Organizing Committee constitutes the basis for the reviewers. Also, experts from IEEE PES society will be asked to participate in a review process. 

Each paper will be classified as “non-accepted”, “accepted” or “conditionally accepted”. The authors of “conditionally accepted papers” will be invited to submit a revised version after addressing the reviewers’ comments. “Conditionally accepted” papers that do not appropriately address reviewers’ comments will be rejected.


Student paper : Roy Billinton Award

To acknowledge and encourage excellence in power system uncertainty research by students, “Best Student Papers” will be awarded. The Roy Billinton Award recognizes outstanding work by students in the field of Probabilistic Methods: Practical Approaches for managing Risk and Uncertainty in the Electric Power Industry.

Eligibility for the award is restricted to papers authored by a student. The award is offered by one of the sponsors. More information regarding the award will be announced at a later time.