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ACM e-Energy 2016 Workshops

e-Energy 2016 will have an exciting spread of four workshops. We invite everyone to consider submitting a paper and/or attending a workshop! The workshops, call for papers, dates, and workshop chairs are listed below.

E2DC - 5th International Workshop on Energy Efficient Data Centres

Organizers

Workshop date: June 21, 2016

Sonja Klingert (University of Mannheim)
Gunnar Schomaker (Software Innovation Campus Paderborn)
Natalie Bates (Energy Efficient High Performance Computing Working Group)

E2DC covers various aspects related to both energy efficiency in data centres and energy awareness or adaptiveness to the status of the electricity grid, e.g., in order to integrate renewable energy. This year’s workshop will focus on the energy saving or shifting potential of specialization and collaboration.

Workshop on Communications, Computation and Control for Resilient Smart Energy Systems

Organizers

Workshop date: June 21, 2016

Deepa Kundur (University of Toronto)
Abdallah Farraj (University of Toronto)

This workshop focuses on cyber-enabled techniques for resilient energy system design and operation. Special emphasis will be placed on strategies that harness communications, computation and/or control to improve system operation through increased adaptability, reliability, functionality and efficiency.

EV-Sys: Workshop on Electric Vehicle Systems, Data, and Applications

Organizers

Workshop date: June 21, 2016

Sid Chi-Kin Chau (Masdar Institute)
Rayman Preet Singh (Samsung Research)

With over one million electric vehicles sold so far, electric vehicles are becoming increasingly available and accessible to researchers. EV-Sys invites papers in all emerging aspects of electric vehicle systems, covering the system interoperations, real-world data analysis, and practical application prototypes for electric vehicles (including electric cars, electric bikes, electric drones).

Energy-Sim: 2nd International Workshop on Energy-aware Simulation

Organizers

Workshop date: June 21, 2016

Stephen McGough (Durham University, UK)
Matthew Forshaw (Newcastle University, UK)

ENERGY-SIM 2016 seeks original work that is focused on addressing new research and development challenges, developing new techniques, and providing case studies, related to energy-aware simulation and modelling.

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