The Prime Meetings takes the pleasure to invite you to the Global Meet on Power and Energy Engineering (GMPOWER2023) will be held in London, UK during August 21-23, 2023.
The meeting brings together World Class participants and young researchers looking for opportunities for exchanges that cross the traditional discipline boundaries and allows them to resolve multidisciplinary challenging problems that only a venue of this nature can offer. Through this event you will be able to share the state-of-the-art developments and cutting-edge technologies in the broad areas of power and energy engineering.
We would like to strongly encourage you to submit your abstracts and register to attend in order to share your achievements in the fields of power and energy engineering.
We cordially invite the scientific community to participate in what promises to be a memorable meeting in August, 2023 at London, UK.
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