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December 15, 2022 marks the inauguration of the 10th IEEE Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Systems (PEDES-2022) at the Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT), Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, under the generous patronage of Shri RK Tyagi ji (Chairman BOG) and Tomy Sebastian (Former President-IEEE IAS Society and Director of Halla Mechatronics). The occasion was graced by Prof. NP Padhy, Director MNIT Jaipur, Chief Guest Liuchen Chang, Prof. Mariusz Malinowski Guest of Honour. At the event other prominent guest Prof. Joachim Holtz, Prof. Mariusz Malinowski, Prof. Prasad Enjeti, Prof. HP Tiwari HoD, Electrical Engineering MNIT, General Chairs Prof. Rajesh Kumar, Prof. Akshay Rathore and the conference organizers Dr. Dipti Saxena and Dr. Akhilesh Mathur, Dr. Kapil Shukla, dr. Sarvana Prakash P, Dr. Satyanarayana Neeli and Dr. Man Mohn Garg, Dr. Sandeep N, dr. Nitin Gupta also attended the event. During the event, director MNIT addressed the audience with the theme PEDES-2022. He talked about how renewable energy has become essential to rewriting the mistakes of the previous industrial revolution. He also said the conference will provide a platform to discuss how different business processes can be conducted in a more environmentally friendly way. He also explains the vital role of power electronics in the mission to decarbonise the world by integrating renewable energy into the grid. The Honorable Director further welcomed the distinguished guest and participant all over the world. He wished everyone a productive interaction at the conference with diverse technical expertise around the world and an enjoyable stay and time at MNIT’s Green Campus. prof. Rajesh Kumar, the general chairman, gave an overview of the conference. He said that 385 research papers were presented at the conference. Of these, 385 were selected for research work, 179 papers were presented offline, 147 were presented online, and 59 papers were presented through a poster showcase. The presentations were held in a total of 53 sessions, of which 24 offline and 29 online, under the guidance of 57 technical session chairs. These papers originate from India, USA, Australia, Canada, UAE, Singapore, Denmark, Poland, Italy, Bangladesh and UK. The inaugural event concluded with an acceptance speech by the organizer Dr. Dipty Saxena. In addition to the inaugural session in the evening, on the second day of the conference there will be three plenary sessions by distinguished guest Prof. Joachim Holtz, Prof. Mariusz Malinowski, Prof. Prasad Enjeti. In addition to these twelve technical sessions and two poster presentations from different research areas were also the main highlights of the day.

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