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Call for Demonstrations

The Third IEEE Online Conference on Green Communications (OnlineGreenComm) solicits interesting demonstrations of original research prototypes related to all aspects of Green Communications. The demo session aims at providing an exciting opportunity for researchers to demonstrate their state of the art technologies applied to real world scenarios.

Due to the special characteristics of this conference, to be held completely online, the demonstration session offers a unique opportunity to companies and researchers to show their latest advances, without the need to travel with expensive equipment or to take special security measurements. The demonstration will be provided via a pre-recorded online video session followed by an online discussion.

Demo proposals should clearly describe what will be demonstrated and how the contributions will be illustrated interactively. They should describe the design, implementation and use of the systems. Demonstration proposals should be of a maximum length of 2 pages (IEEE conference format) and must be submitted via EDAS ( before 25 August 2013.

The proposal would not be a formal publication to be published in IEEE Xplore®, but will be used for evaluations for acceptance for the conference. After the acceptance, the authors would be responsible to prepare relevant slides and video to be shown in the conference.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Green Solutions for Communications Technologies
    • Energy-efficient networking and protocols
    • Energy-efficient communications management
    • Energy-efficiency in wired networks
    • Energy-efficiency in wireless networks
    • Energy-efficiency in vehicular networks
    • Energy-efficiency in data centers
    • Energy-efficiency in content delivery networks
    • Energy-efficient secure networking
    • Measurement & profiling of energy consumption
    • Standardization efforts
  • Green Society Solutions based on Communications Technologies
    • Smart Cities - Smart Sensing
    • e-Health - Energy-efficient buildings
    • Energy harvesting
    • Industrial automation
    • Machine-to-Machine communications (M2M)
    • Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)
    • Standardization efforts
  • Smart Grid Communications
    • Advanced metering infrastructure and smart meter technologies
    • Wide-area monitoring and control
    • Demand-response management
    • Distributed generation and storage
    • Operations of renewable energy generation
    • Management & control of distributed energy storage
    • Grid-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-grid
    • Micro-grids
    • Standardization efforts

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