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About conference

CPOTE is a conference which brings together scientists involved in energy and exergy analysis. The scope of the conference is characterized by tracks divided into several areas of research and methodologies commonly used in research. During paper submission please select area of research and methodology which best match the content of your paper. This will help us to assign proper reviewers and arrange the conference's sessions. We aim to cluster similar topics into thematic blocks and identify each conference session with a proper name. We hope that the proposed Tracks will allow to match your fields of interest with the conference's sessions. If you have any suggestions regarding the proposed Tracks, please send us an email on

The conference topics include the following tracks, for which you can assign your abstracts. Each abstract should be assigned both to areas of research and methodology so that the thematic sessions at the conference can be based on one of these tracks.

Tracks of the conference

Area of research

  • Non-renewable energy sources (coal, lignite)
  • Non-renewable energy sources (oil, gas)
  • Renewable energy sources (biomass, biogas, wastes)
  • Renewable energy sources (solar)
  • Renewable energy sources (wind)
  • Renewable energy sources (others)
  • Alternative energy sources (e.g. synthetic fuels, nuclear)
  • Buildings (e.g. residential, office, municipal)
  • Turbomachinery, boilers, heat exchangers, electrical and auxiliary equipment
  • Conventional power and combined heat and power (CHP) plants
  • Low-temperature energy technologies (e.g. ORC, heat pumps, HVAC)
  • Industrial processes and technologies
  • Hydrogen production and utilization technologies
  • Energy storage and management
  • Integrated energy systems
  • Materials for energy and energy for materials
  • Chemical and metallurgical plants
  • Other*


  • 1st and 2nd law analysis
  • Advanced exergy analysis
  • Economic analysis
  • Environmental analysis, life cycle analysis (LCA)
  • Mathematical modelling and simulation
  • Experimental investigation and measurements
  • Computational fluid dynamics (CFD)
  • Optimization, diagnostics, control and automation
  • Feasibility study
  • Energy policy, markets, planning
  • Environmental protection, climate change mitigation
  • Review
  • Thermoeconomics, exergoeconomics
  • Circular thermoeconomics
  • Material and ecological footprint analysis
  • Other*

* If you do not find your track, you can always attach an abstract and select option Other. The scientific committee will decide if your abstract is closely related to the topics discussed at the conference and determine if you can proceed with article submission.