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Green Energy and Networking Special Issue

Editorial Board
Special Issue Editors:
  • Joao L. Afonso (University of Minho)+ BioProfessor at University of Minho

The special issue is expected to publish extended versions of articles by authors participating in 5th EAI International Conference on Green Energy and Networking (GreeNets 2018).

In order to reduce the impact of climate change, while maintaining social prosperity as a priority, the broad themes of green energy and networking are vital for ensuring a balance between economic growth and environmental sustainability. In this context, growing global concern leads to the adoption of new technological paradigms, especially for the operation of future Smart Cities.

Guest Editors:

  • João L. Afonso, University of Minho,
  • Vítor Monteiro, University of Minho,
  • Gabriel Pinto, University of Minho,

  • Energy and Environment; Renewable Energy; Energy Conservation; Energy Storage Systems.
  • Life Cycle Assessment, Forecasting, Pricing, Policies, Planning and Markets for Energy Systems.
  • Management of Distributed Energy Resources; Energy Systems Modelling; Energy Traffic Balance.
  • Smart Grids; Microgrids; Smart Homes; Smart Energy; Energy Control and Decision; Demand Response.
  • Intelligent Energy Monitoring; Smart Sensors; Advanced Metering Infrastructures.
  • Power, Energy and Industry Applications; Power Electronics Converters and Prototypes.
  • Power Quality; Active Power Filters; Power System Stability, Reliability and Security.
  • Electric Mobility; Green Vehicles; Intelligent Transportation Systems.
  • Energy Efficiency in Transportation, Technology and Innovation for Railways.
  • Smart Building Technologies; Green Industrial Automation and Control; New Lighting Technologies.
  • Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Physical Systems, Data Mining, Green Cloud Computing and Big Data for Smart Cities.
  • Green Wired and Wireless Communications Techniques and Protocols, Energy-Efficient Transmission Technologies, Mobile Architectures and Collaborative Networks for Smart Cities.
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