CALL FOR PAPERS
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Scope and Interests

Computer networks, communication systems, and other IT infrastructures have caused severe environmental problems by consuming significant amounts of power, increasing greenhouse gas emissions, and lead to pollution during the production and disposal. To reduce such environmental problems and create a sustainable environment, new energy models, algorithms, methodologies, platforms, tools and systems are pressing. Thus, green computing and communications solutions should be designed with more renewable energy, higher energy efficiency, lower greenhouse gas emission, and less harmful materials.

The goal of this symposium is to promote community-wide discussion identifying the Computational Intelligence technologies and theories for Green Computing and Communications . We seek submissions of papers which invent new techniques, introduce new methodologies, propose new research directions and discuss approaches for unsolved issues.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Track 1. Green Computing and Communication Technologies

  • Green infrastructure sustainable design and technologies
  • Energy- and power-constrained devices and gateways
  • Ultra-low power systems architectures
  • Low-power, distributed data processing on sensors
  • Energy-efficient M2M wired and wireless communications and networking
  • Optimization and/or analysis in green computing and communications (including core network optimization)
  • Green big data architecture
  • Green cloud computing
  • Energy efficient networking, communication and protocols
  • Energy efficiency in networking, wireless networks and vehicular networks
  • Energy efficiency in data centers and large-scale data processing
  • Measurement and modeling of energy consumption
  • Standardization and benchmark

Track 2. Smart Energy and Smart Grid

  • Smart metering infrastructure and technologies
  • Large-scale monitoring, control and demand response
  • Advanced data fusion, mining and modeling in smart grid
  • Management and control of distributed energy generation, storage and consumption
  • Advanced smart grid applications: grid-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-grid, Micro-grid
  • Renewable energy generation and new energy sources
  • Standardization and benchmark

Track 3. Green Society Applications

  • Smart sensing systems
  • Smart city
  • Green vehicle, green home, green buildings and green anything
  • Green industrial automation and control
  • Intelligent Transport Systems and control

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