The IEEE International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Green Energy (IEEE ICAIGE23) aims to gather researchers, academics, scientists and professionals worldwide to present and discuss their recent results and innovative ideas in the areas of artificial Intelligence and green energy including but not limited to renewable sources and electric vehicles. World-class speakers will be invited to share their experience and disseminate the latest developments, innovations and the future research trends in artificial intelligence applications, renewable energy conversion and management, electric vehicles control, embedded systems design, etc. The conference will be held during the period October 12-14, 2023 in Sousse, Tunisia. Researchers are cordially invited to submit their original contributions through 6-page research papers. Accepted and presented works will be submitted for publication in IEEE Xplore.
IEEE ICAIGE23 is technical co-sponsored by IEEE (Conference record number : #58321), IES society and IEEE Tunisia Section. It is organized by the Tunisian Association of Renewable Energy (ATER) and the University of Sousse, Tunisia.
Welcome to Sousse, Tunisia
Sousse is a sizable city of around 173,000 inhabitants, about 140 km from Tunisia’s capital city, Tunis. Located on the coast in the central east of the country, it borders the Gulf of Hammamet, which is part of the Mediterranean Sea. Sousse has a long history, dating back over 2,800 years, and has a great deal of character.It was developed in the 1960s as a tourist destination and now has a great deal to offer from its historic Old Town and Medina to the busy port and local sandy beaches.
Sousse has a good climate, a beautiful medina, hotels of all classes, good restaurants, a stunning beach and many options for enjoying day-trips. The northern beach is lined with purpose built hotels, all built in the same style with a bar, restaurant and swimming pool, these hotels stretch all the way to the port.
Conveniently located, just across the main road from the hotels, is the beach. The beach closest to the center of Sousse is extremely crowded in peak season, mainly by Tunisians coming here as extended family groups. It’s easy to meet local people here, and the attitude is friendly and easygoing. The beach at the city end of Sousse (it’s famous and called Boujaafar) is very pleasant for swimming and sunbathing, even if it does get crowded in the afternoons. Local people are friendly, open, and if you go swimming, don’t be surprised if you suddenly find yourself in a ball game with the locals.