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Smart Building 2016 : IEEE International Workshop On Smart Building-Grid Integration (SmartGridComm)

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Link: http://people.eecs.berkeley.edu/~jinming/smartgridcomm2016/
 
When Nov 5, 2016 - Nov 9, 2016
Where Sydney
Submission Deadline Jul 5, 2016
Notification Due Jul 24, 2016
Final Version Due Aug 24, 2016
Categories    energy   sensor networks   computer science   intelligent systems
 

Call For Papers

The emergence of the next-generation buildings with enhanced sensing and control capabilities is coincident with the increasing demands for grid stability, cyber security, and energy efficiency. The dawning of occupants-, situation-, and grid- awareness of buildings reflects potential paradigm shifts of onsite renewable integration, two-way energy and information flow, and incentive mechanism for demand side management. The upgrade from traditional building energy management software to building operating systems, which achieves tolerance to faults, robustness to energy supply uncertainty, and responsiveness to the grid, represents ample opportunities of buildings making positive impacts on the grid. The aim of the workshop is, therefore, to promote research in the intersection of grid and buildings and foster scientific exchanges among researchers from these communities.

Papers must be formatted in the standard two column IEEE format, up to six pages (Please refer to the SmartGridComm 2016 guideline ), and submitted to EDAS for review ( https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=22734). Accepted workshop papers will be included in the Conference Proceedings of SmartGridComm and submitted to IEEE Xplore.

Topics of interest for this workshop include but are not limited to the following:

- Sensing, actuation and management of building electrical loads in response to grid request;
- Modeling, simulation and optimization of distributed generation, renewable sources, and energy storage in buildings in support of the overall grid stability;
- Integration of the building infrastructure with the smart grid in support of demand response and ancillary services;
- Novel sensor methodologies and applications that enhance the interplay between grid resiliency, building energy efficiency and occupant satisfaction;
- Data analytics and control policy design with a particular focus on privacy and security;
- Mechanism design to allow buildings to participate as independent agents;
- Market structures to allow for the efficient aggregation of distributed resources.

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