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Energy Web

Editorial Board
Editors in Chief:
  • Ghazanfar Safdar (University of Bedfordshire)
  • Iosif Breido (Karaganda State Technical University)
Area Editors:
  • Mikhail Medvedev (Southern Federal University)
  • Mehmet Aydin (University of the West of England)
  • Vladimir Dyo (University of Bedfordshire)
  • Cheng Pang (Lulea University of Technology)
  • Assad Abbas (COMSATS Institute of Information Technology Islamabad Pakistan)
  • Vladimir Dyo (University of Bedfordshire)
  • Andrey Mazalov (South Federal University)
  • Elena Gebel (Omsk State Technical University)
  • Irina Semykina (T. F. Gorbachev Kuzbass State Technical University)
  • Vyacheslav Potekhin (Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University)
  • Vivek Deshpande (Pune University)
  • suarez Alvaro (Department of Telematic Engineering - University of Las Palmas de g.C.)
  • Jorge Silva (University of Coimbra)
  • Sabu Thampi (Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management-Kerala (IIITM-K),)
  • Baozhi Chen (Rutgers University)
  • xin liu (Dalian University of Technology)
  • Manik Sharma (DAV University, India)+ BioDr Manik Sharma is MCA and UGC-NET qualified, and received his PhD degree in Distributed Query Optimization. He has more than 12 years of teaching experience, having previously worked as head of the Department of Computer Science and Application and officiating principal at Sewa Devi S.D. College, India. Currently, he is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Applications at DAV University, Jalandhar, India. His main research work focuses on query optimization, data mining, soft computing and machine learning. Currently, he is working in the area of data mining, machine learning and soft computing, with a specialization in the diagnosis of diseases and modeling of DSS query optimizers. The thrust area of his research is to improve predictive accuracy in early diagnosis of several fatal human disorders. He has published four books related to computer networks, internet applications, management information systems and database theory. In addition, he has published 25 research papers in various journals of international repute including some indexed by Scopus and Thomson Reuters. He also presented more than 10 research articles in various national and international UGC and IEEE conferences, and has given several talks on query optimization, data mining and health informatics. He is an active member of the international program committees, technical program committees, and advisory committees of several academic conferences.
  • Amando Jr. Singun (Higher College of Technology, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman)+ BioDR. AMANDO PIMENTEL SINGUN, JR. completed all his academic degrees, ‘Doctor in Information Technology', ‘Master of Science in Information Technology', and ‘Bachelor of Science in Information Technology', at Saint Paul University Philippines (an ISO 9001 Certified University by TUV Rheinland & fully-accredited university by International Accreditation Organization (IAO); Also, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), Philippines recognized him as a Licensed Professional Teacher (LPT). He started his teaching career in 2002. In the Philippines, he taught at Saint Paul University Philippines (Full-time, AY2002-2005), Cagayan State University (Full-time, AY2005-2007), and Cagayan Colleges of Tuguegarao (Part-time, AY2005-2007). From 2007 up to present date, he has been working as IT Faculty member at the Higher College of Technology, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman. Simultaneously, he is given some official designations such as: Department Quality Assurance Coordinator, Head of Information Systems Specialization of the IT Specialization Sub-Committee (2013-2017), Member of the Institutional Standards Accreditation Assessment Application Support Team of the College, the College Representative to the Oman Quality Network in Higher Education (OQNHE), and the Editor-in-Chief of the IT Newsletter (2016-2018). His research areas are the following: Human-Computer Interaction (Human Factors), Curriculum and Pedagogy Theories and Development, Classroom Assessment, Educational Technologies, Information and Computing Sciences, and Total Quality Management. His published research papers are summarized in the links: or Moreover, all the research papers he previously reviewed had been verified by Publons as shown in the link:
  • Aleksandr Shpiganovich (Lipetsk State Technical University)
  • Irina Semykina (Sevastopol State University)
  • VELLIANGIRI S (Associate Professor)

With ICT pervading everyday objects and infrastructures, the ‘Future Internet’ is envisioned to undergo a radical transformation from how we know it today (a mere communication highway) into a vast hybrid network seamlessly integrating knowledge, people and machines into techno-social ecosystems whose behaviour transcends the boundaries of today’s engineering science. As the internet of things continues to grow, billions and trillions of data bytes need to be moved, stored and shared. The energy thus consumed and the climate impact of data centers are increasing dramatically, thereby becoming significant contributors to global warming and climate change. As reported recently, the combined electricity consumption of the world’s data centers has already exceeded that of some of the world's top ten economies. In the ensuing process of integrating traditional and renewable energy, monitoring and managing various energy sources, and processing and transferring technological information through various channels, IT will undoubtedly play an ever-increasing and central role. Several technologies are currently racing to production to meet this challenge, from ‘smart dust’ to hybrid networks capable of controlling the emergence of dependable and reliable green and energy-efficient ecosystems – which we generically term the ‘energy web’ – calling for major paradigm shifts highly disruptive of the ways the energy sector functions today.

The EAI Transactions on Energy Web are positioned at the forefront of these efforts and provide a forum for the most forward-looking, state-of-the-art research bringing together the cross section of IT and Energy communities. The journal will publish original works reporting on prominent advances that challenge traditional thinking.


The EAI Transactions on Energy Web and Information Technologies topics include but are not limited to:

  • Green Data Centres and Data Storage
  • Greener Smart Homes
  • Green Smart Cities
  • Greener Secure Web Transactions
  • Energy Systems Modelling
  • Energy Efficient Virtualized Systems
  • Energy Efficient DSA (for CR Networks, D2D/M2M)
  • Energy Efficient LAA (Licensed Assisted Access for 5G)
  • Energy Aware Interference Mitigation in 4G Networks
  • Energy Conservation and Mangement Strategies
  • Telemetry and Power Engineering Based on Self-Organising Networks with Combined Information Transmission Channels
  • Transportation and Electric Vehicles
  • Green Communication Protocols
  • Energy Efficient Routing Protocols
  • Physical Layer Techniques for Energy Efficiency
  • Energy Efficient Device-to-Device (D2D) Communications
  • Energy-Aware Design for Small Cells and HetNets
  • Energy Efficient Algorithms and Scheduling Techniques
  • Green Massive MIMO Techniques
  • Cross-Layer Energy Efficiency Optimisation
  • Standardisation for Green Communications and Networking
  • Energy Efficient and Secure Implementation of Cryptographic Protocols
  • Lightweight Cryptography
  • Monitoring and Management of Energy Supply
  • Online Learning Technologies in the Energy Sector
  • Power Systems Regulations
  • Power Systems Transmission Management
  • Supply Chain Energy Management
Smart grid, Resilient technologies, Self-healing grid technologies, Grid decentralization technologies, Microgrids, Clean Power Technologies, Renewable sources, Wind, Solar, Biofuels, Smart homes, Smart cities, The Social Dimension, IT-enabled social transformation, Prosumer communities, Liberalized energy markets, Smart Meters, Internet of Energy, eEnergy, Green ICT, Energy, Intelligent Systems, online monitoring, diagnostics, protection, training systems, electric power industry, Energy systems control, modelling and simulation,, Education technologies, industrial electrical equipment and robots., Green Energy