TT 11 - Technologies, infrastructures and applications for smart grids, buildings, cities, and smart cities

Track Chairs

Federico Baronti, University of Pisa, Italy and  Thomas Strasser, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria and  Kim Fung Tsang, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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Smart Infrastructure is tremendously sophisticated, embracing all people and an enormous number of devices, networks, systems, and applications. The management of the smart infrastructures becomes challenging. In this track, the emerging cyber-physical infrastructure, next generation networks, cybersecurity, machine learning, etc., are interested. Researchers are invited to propose and share contributions in this discipline.

Topics under this track include (but not limited to)

  • City infrastructure, cyber-physical infrastructure
  • Next generation networks, satellite communication and 5G applications
  • Robotics, UAV and smart X applications
  • Edge computing, big Data, analytics, and green computing
  • Energy and buildings, advanced sustainable buildings
  • Smart harbors, smart environment, smart mobility
  • Smart health care, smart hospital, smart elderly
  • Cyber security, blockchain, smart contracts and data privacy
  • Machine learning, data mining and optimization in power and energy systems
  • Emerging technologies in smart energy systems, end-user systems
  • Microgrids, smart and sustainable grids, and virtual power plants
  • Grid resiliency, reliability, stability and protection
  • Interoperability of Energy Technology and Information Technology
  • Demand response system, flexibility, energy markets and New energy services
  • Integration, control, and management of distributed energy resources
  • Energy distribution and controlling system
  • Wide area automation technology in smart city and smart grid
  • Quality of services in smart city and smart grid
  • Simulation, evaluation, and optimization of energy systems

Track Committee

  • Moe Alahmad, University of Nebraska, USA
  • Reza Arghandeh, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway
  • Ali Kashif Bashir, United Kingdom
  • Andrea Benigni, FZ-Jülich, Germany
  • Giampaolo Buticchi, University of Nottingham Ningbo China, China
  • Zheyuan Cheng, North Carolina State University, USA
  • Haroan Chi,Instituto de Telecomunicações and Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
  • Roberto Di Rienzo, University of Pisa, Italy
  • Dan Gladwin, The University of Sheffield, UK
  • Hady Habib, Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development, Egypt
  • Gerhard Hancke Sr, University of Pretoria, South Africa
  • Stamatis Karnouskos, SAP, Germany
  • Panos Kotsampopoulos, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
  • Chi-Seng Lam, University of Macau, China
  • Tony Lee, Open University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Paulo Leitao, Instituto Politecnico Braganca, Portugal
  • Chengbin Ma, University of Michigan-Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute, China
  • SL Mak, Open University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Joao Martins, FCT/UNL & UNINOVA, Portugal
  • Varun G Menon, India
  • Nazih Moubayed, Lebanese University, Lebanon
  • Peter Palensky, TU Delft, Netherlands
  • Christina Papadimitriou, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
  • Mario Porru, University of Cagliari, Italy
  • Filip Pröstl Andrén, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austrian
  • Sebastian Rohjans, Jade University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  • Farhard Shahnia, Murdoch University, Australia
  • YH Shum, IVE, Hong Kong
  • Samson Tai, IBM Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Tim Woo, University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
  • CK Wu, City University of Hong Kong , Hong Kong
  • Tuyen Vu, Clarkson University, USA
  • Ziang (John) Zhang, Binghamton University - State University of New York, USA