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ACM e-Energy and co-located workshops 2015 : The Sixth International Conference on Future Energy Systems

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Link: http://conferences.sigcomm.org/eenergy/2015/
 
When Jul 14, 2015 - Jul 17, 2015
Where Bangalore, India
Submission Deadline Jan 31, 2015
Categories    green-ict   green computing
 

Call For Papers

ACM e-Energy 2015: CALL FOR CHALLENGE PAPERS, POSTERS, AND WORKSHOPS


CALL FOR CHALLENGE PAPERS, POSTERS, AND WORKSHOPS

ACM e-Energy 2015, the Sixth International Conference on Future Energy Systems,
July 14-17, 2015, Bangalore, India
http://conferences.sigcomm.org/eenergy/2015/

invites original papers for challenge, poster and demo sessions and for its workshops E^2DC 2015 and DEN 2015

Challenge papers, Poster and Demos:

Important Dates:
Manuscript Submission (Challenge Papers): January 31, 2015
Decision Notification (Challenge Papers): April 1, 2015
Manuscript Submission (Poster/Demo): April 10, 2015
Decision Notification (Poster/Demo): April 30, 2015

E^2DC 2015: 4th International Workshop on Energy-Efficient Data Centres
http://www.dc4cities.eu/en/?page_id=3372

DEN 2015: 1st International Workshop on Distributed Energy Networks
http://wattalyst.org/WattalystWebsite/DENWorkshop.html/

Important Dates for both workshops:
Paper submission: March 1
Notification of acceptance: April 30

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ACM e-Energy 2015, Challenge papers, Poster & Demos
http://conferences.sigcomm.org/eenergy/2015/cfp.php

Computing and communication technologies impact energy systems in two distinct ways. The exponential growth in deployment of these technologies has made them large-scale energy consumers. Therefore, new architectures, technologies and systems are being developed and deployed to make computing and networked system more energy efficient.
Additionally, and perhaps more importantly, these technologies are at the center of the on-going revolution in next generation “smart” and sustainable energy systems. They measure, monitor and control energy systems such as the smart grid; inform and shape human demand; aid in the prediction, deployment, storage and control of energy resources; and determine how utilities, generators, regulators, and consumers measure, analyze, and collectively control system elements.

The sixth International Conference on Future Energy Systems (ACM e-Energy), to be held in Bangalore, India in July 2015 aims to be the premier venue for researchers working in the broad areas of computing and communication for smart energy systems (including the smart grid), and in energy-efficient computing and communication systems. By bringing together researchers in a high-quality single-track conference with significant opportunities for individual and small group interactions, it will serve as a major forum for presentations and discussions that will shape the future of this area.

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E^2DC 2015 http://www.dc4cities.eu/en/?page_id=3372

One challenge of society is to reach the United Nation’s max 2°C-climate change goal, which means to reduce at least 80% of anthropogenic CO2 emissions. With an increasing share of global industry’s carbon footprint data centres have a high responsibility towards this goal. Innovations like new efficient and energy proportional server generations, energy-aware workload management, or highly responsive data center designs have contributed to slowing down the formerly sharp increase of data centres’ energy demand. However, the ongoing global digitization is counteracting this development. E2DC offers the opportunity for researchers of all data centre domains to commonly advance the potential of yet unknown innovations in order to continue the race for sustainability in and by data centers.

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DEN 2015 http://wattalyst.org/WattalystWebsite/DENWorkshop.html/

Building upon a successful Demand Response (DR) workshop in 2014, this workshop extends its scope seeking to present innovations in all aspects of distributed energy networks, including generation, storage, and demand, and their implications on larger electricity grids.

Recent years have seen a groundswell of new technologies and massive cost reductions in distributed energy networks, ranging from distributed electricity generation, energy storage, sensing, metering, solid-state power conversion, energy management systems, and demand-side management. The core distributed nature of these systems, where a large number of participants work cooperatively, tears at the fabric of electricity grids, which for the last century have been operated with centralized management, planning, and control. We stand at a precipice where developments in distributed energy networks have the potential to guide the next century of energy delivery systems and networks.

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For more details, please check the e-Energy 2015 website (http://conferences.sigcomm.org/eenergy/2015).

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