Conference Tracks

Track 1: ICT Solutions and Support for Smart and Green Cities 

  • Modeling and simulation
  • Advanced computational methods
  • Computer-aided design tools
  • Embedded programming
  • Artificial intelligence systems and applications
  • Software engineering and technology
  • IoT for smart and green cities
  • Green wireless sensor networks
  • Green cellular and communication networks       
  • ICT systems for power control and management
  • Building and housing automation
  • Smart grid control and SCADA systems
  • Management information systems
  • Decision support systems
  • Data mining algorithms and applications
  • Big data analytics
  • Safety, privacy, and security
  • Bioinformatics 

Track 2: Smart Renewable Energy

  • Smart grids
  • Smart buildings
  • Smart scheduling systems         
  • Smart grid stability and robustness
  • Renewable energy systems in smart cities
  • Experts and intelligent systems for sustainability

 Track 3: Renewable Energy Sources and Systems (RESS)

Many countries are moving Renewable Energy development into the mainstream through national, sub-national, economic, political or trade mechanisms. This track covers issues related to management and economics of Renewable Energy, such as economic efficiency of Renewable Energy systems, politics and legal issues, investment and financing, foreign investor trends and drivers, facilitation of international investment and project development, and globalization.

  • Photovoltaic (PV)
  • Concentrated solar power (CSP)
  • Wind power
  • Hydropower
  • Biomass          Biofuel
  • Geothermal energy
  • Wave energy
  • Tidal energy
  • Osmotic energy

Track 4: Applications of Renewable Energy in Smart and Green Cities  

  • Buildings services
  • Freshwater production
  • Waste water treatment
  • Industrial applications
  • Oil and gas industry    
  • Agriculture and irrigation systems
  • Heating/cooling systems
  • Smart and green lighting
  • Electrical vehicles and components
  • Transportation and traffic control systems

Track 5: Smart and Green Cities Management, Economics, and Future Challenges 

  • Energy efficiency systems
  • Economic of renewable energy systems
  • Hybrid energy management
  • Systems for integrated energy management
  • High efficiency power storage systems   Strategies and Policies
  • Standardization and regulations
  • Public awareness and education
  • Future trends, challenges and directions

Last modified: Wednesday, 29 March 2017, 6:08 PM