About PSCC

The Power Systems Computation Conference is an international non-profit scientific society with legal domicile in Z├╝rich, Switzerland. The purpose of PSCC is to promote and to facilitate the interchange of information among scientific and engineering communities on computational methods and on the application of computers to electrical power and energy systems. This purpose of PSCC is mainly achieved by the organization of a triennial conference as an international event, the organization and support of educational projects or other special events such as workshops, symposia, conferences, exhibitions, the publishing of information, etc. relevant to its purpose either on its own or in collaboration with other organizations. The Articles of Association of PSCC regulates the activities of PSCC.

The supreme authority of PSCC is the general assembly of Members of the Council.

The Council elects an Executive Board consisting of seven members of the Council.

The actual organization of the conferences is carried our by a Local Organizing Committee (LOC). A Technical Programme Committee (TPC) is responsible for the technical activities at the conference and for the selection of papers. More information about these can be found at the websites of the individual PSCCs.