Conference Tracks

Track 1: Applications of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science

This track focuses on the new trends in artificial Intelligence, machine learning, and data science in improving renewable energy systems.  Related topics include, but not limited to:

Deep learning, neural networks, supervised learning, unsupervised learning, semi-supervised learning, reinforcement learning, visualization, forecasting, prediction and classification techniques, intelligent monitoring systems, recommender systems, expert systems, vision and image classification, data mining, public datasets, big data, intelligent management of grid, simulation, and optimization.

Track 2: General ICT Solutions and Support for Renewable Energy

This track covers all areas of Information and communication technology and their applications to renewable energy.  Computer networks, information security, IoT, software engineering, and information systems. Hardware and software technologies are included.  Related topics include, but not limited to:
Advanced computational methods, computer-aided design tools, embedded programming, 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, safety, privacy, security, and bioinformatics.

Track 3: Sharing, Distribution, and Blockchain Technology in the Energy Sector

This track covers one of the latest trends in renewable energy which is based on the decentralization of energy sources and the development of consumer driven power services and energy blockchains. 

Related topics include, but not limited to:

Energy distribution, blockchain, peer 2 peer power networks, decentralized energy systems, distributed ledger technologies (DLT), consumer driven smart grids, blockchain-based grids, ethereum, bitcoins, smart contracts, distributed consensus algorithms, and virtual power plants.

Track 4: Renewable Energy Sources and Systems (RESS)

This track is dedicated to the renewable energy sources, aiming at presenting researchers in the ICT field and other related fields with the proper background to facilitate the integration of ICT with renewable energy. Related topics include, but not limited to:
Photovoltaic (PV), concentrated solar power (CSP), wind power, hydropower, biomass, biofuel, geothermal energy, wave energy, tidal energy, and osmotic energy.

Track 5: Renewable Energy in Smart and Green Cities: Applications, Management, and Economics

This track presents All aspects of smart and green cities.  Smart applications and systems, strategies, regulations, planning, economics, and security.  Related topics include, but not limited to:
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, 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: Thursday, 2 January 2020, 9:04 PM