Special Session on Communications and Management of smart grid enabled cities
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Full Paper Submission deadline:
28th February 2016 6 March 2016 (FINAL)
SCOPE AND MOTIVATION
Reliable communication technologies and management techniques are essential elements in smart grid enabled cities in order to configure and address the mitigate vulnerabilities of urban electricity grids.
This Special Session has the objectives to identify and analyze the challenges in smart grid enabled cities in term of communication technologies and management techniques to ensure city based power generation and storage are prioritized to enable minimal viable operation in the city, especially during power outages or shortages.
Original papers are welcome on, but not limited to, the following aspects of:
• Communication techniques and low power link layer technologies for smart grid enabled cities
• Communication-based resilient and robust control for smart grid enabled cities
• Resource management for smart grid enabled cities
• Distributed control and/or decentralized decision making for smart grid enabled cities
• Privacy-preserving and phishing analytics for application in smart grid enabled cities
• Management techniques for distributed energy generation and storage to increase power availability in smart grid enabled cities
Accepted papers are published on SpringerLink Digital Library, submitted for inclusion to the leading indexing services, and eligible for an extended submission to one of several EAI endorsed publications or the Springer Mobile Networks & Applications (MONET) Journal.
All papers should be submitted through EAI 'Confy' system at in ‘SmartGIFT 2016 › Special Session on Management of smart grid-enabled cities ' track in Confy, and have to comply with the Springer format (see Author's kit section).
For instructions on how to submit your paper, please visit: http://smartgiftconf.org/2016/show/initial-submission.
Papers will be reviewed by at least 2 program committee members. Criteria for selection of papers will include: technical quality, novelty, significance, and clarity.
Any questions, please email to Ms Yanru Wang, at: Yanru.Wang@qmul.ac.uk
• Dr Michael Chai, Queen Mary University of London, UK
• Dr Yue Chen, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Co-funded by: 1st EAI International Conference on Smart Grid Inspired Future Technologies (SmartGift2016, Liverpool, UK), and JPI IRENE project - “Improving the Robustness of Urban Electricity Networks”)