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CALL FOR PAPERS: THE Fifth INTERNATIONAL GREEN COMPUTING CONFERENCE (IGCC’14)

posted Mar 24, 2014, 3:46 PM by Yan BT

CALL FOR PAPERS: THE Fifth INTERNATIONAL GREEN COMPUTING CONFERENCE (IGCC’14)

www.green-conf.org

November 3-5, 2014, Dallas, Texas, USA

 

IGCC’14 will provide a forum for presenting and discussing innovative research on a broad range of topics in the fields of sustainable and energy-efficient computing, and computing for amore sustainable planet. The conference will hold a technical program, panels, workshops, and tutorials on these topics. IGCC’14 will be technically co-sponsored by the IEEE. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

 

Sustainable Computing

 

- Power-aware algorithms and protocols

- Power-aware software and hardware

- Low-power electronics and systems

- Power-efficient multi/many-core chip design

- Application-specific ASICs and FPGAs

- Sensing and monitoring

- Characterization, metrics, and modeling

- Reliability, thermal behavior and control

- Power-efficient delivery and cooling

- Life-cycle analysis of IT equipment

Computing for Sustainability

 

- Renewable energy models and prediction

- Matching energy supply and demand

- Smart grid and microgrids

- Smart transportation and manufacturing

- Smart buildings and urban development

- Energy harvesting, storage, and recycling

- Climate and ecosystem monitoring

- Using IT to reduce carbon emissions

- Carbon metering and user feedback

 

Special sessions: In addition to the regular track, contributions are sought for the following planned special sessions:

1.     SS1: Enabling Big Data in Smart Grids through Better Communications Network Design (BigDataSGNet) (Organizer: Vinod Namboodiri, Wichita State University):

2.     SS2: Energy Efficient Big Data Computing (Organizer: Lu Peng, Louisiana State University)

3.     SS3: Data Centers in the Smart Grid (Organizer: Ayse Coskun, Boston University)

4.     SS4: Lifetime reliability - from device to circuit to system level (Organizer: Cristinel Ababei, Marquette University)

5.     SS5: Energy-Efficient Communication (Organizer: Aaron Carpenter, Binghamton University)

6.     SS6: Power-Efficient Embedded Memory and Emerging Memory Technologies (Organizer: Na Gong, North Dakota State University)

7.     SS7: Green Building Energy Analytics (Organizer: Nirmalya Roy, University of Maryland, Baltimore County)


                Authors submitting to special sessions should choose the proper session identifier.
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