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Energy Conservation, Information Technologies and Large Scale Optimization Special Issue

Editorial Board
Special Issue Editors:
  • Felix Martinez-Rios (Universidad Panamericana, Facultad de Ingeniería, Ciudad de México, México.)
  • Roman Rodriguez-Aguilar (Universidad Panamericana)
  • José Antonio Marmolejo-Saucedo (Universidad Panamericana)+ BioJose Antonio Marmolejo is a Professor at Panamerican Univer-sity, Mexico. His research is on operations research, large-scale optimization techniques, computational techniques and analyti-cal methods for planning, operations, and control of electric en-ergy and logistic systems. He received his Doctorate in Oper-ations Research (Hons) at National Autonomous University of Mexico. At present, He has the third highest country-wide dis-tinction granted by the Mexican National System of Research Scientists for scientific merit (SNI Fellow, Level 1). He is a mem-ber of the Network for Decision Support and Intelligent Optimiza-tion of Complex and Large Scale Systems and Mexican Society for Operations Research. He has co-authored research articles in science citation index journals,conference proceedings, pre-sentations and book chapters.
Aims & Scope
With ICT pervading everyday objects and infrastructures and today's demands for the business world, the integration of various engineering techniques needs more efficiently. Several IT technologies are currently racing to meet these challenges like optimization, information security, and a prospective business vision. To achieve this, optimization techniques, soft computing, machine learning, Industry 4.0 concepts Big Data technologies must be combined. The energy thus consumed and the climate impact of data centers are increasing dramatically, thereby becoming significant contributors to global warming and climate change. The IT will undoubtedly play an ever-increasing and central role to hybrid networks capable of controlling the emergence of dependable and reliable green and energy-efficient ecosystems.
Keywords
Manuscript submission deadline:
2020-04-20
Notification of acceptance:
2020-05-25
Submission of final revised paper:
2020-07-27
Publication of special issue (tentative):
2020-07-17

Publication:
Energy Web