Call for Papers
1 May 2012
Paper submission deadline
17 Dec 2012
Acceptance Notifications
28 Feb 2013
Camera ready papers
15 Apr 2013
1-4 July 2013

Keynote speakers

Information and Communication Technology track

Raouf Boutaba, Ph. D.
Professor at the University of Waterloo, Canada
Cloud Workload Management: Challenges and Research Directions
Stefan Parkvall, Ph. D.
Principal researcher at Ericsson Research
Future Wireless Communication
Peter Reichl, Ph. D.
Professor at Université Européenne de Bretagne,
Rennes, France and University of Vienna, Austria
Towards Future Communications Ecosystems -
Where Technology Meets Microeconomics and the User
Dominic Schupke, Ph. D.
Nokia Siemens Networks, Munich, Germany
Providing Resilience in Network Virtualization

Circuits and Systems for Signal Processing track

Hagit Messer, Ph. D.
Professor at the Tel Aviv University, Israel
Commercial Wireless Communication Microwave Links as an
Opportunistic Sensor Network for Environmental Monitoring
Pierre Moulin, Ph. D.
Professor at the University of Illinois, USA
Robust Hashing and its Applications to Content Identification
Yong Yan, Ph. D.
Professor at the University of Kent, United Kingdom
Advanced Measurement and Monitoring Techniques
for Coal and Biomass Fired Power Plants

Power Resources and Systems track

Josep M. Guerrero, Ph. D.
Professor at the Aalborg University, Denmark
New Challenges in Coordinated Control and
Communications for MicroGrids
Mladen Kezunovic, Ph. D.
Professor at Texas A&M University, USA
Uses of Data in Smart Grids
Daniel Kirschen, Ph. D.
Professor at the University of Washington, USA
Flexibility of Power Systems
Pierluigi Mancarella, Ph. D.
Lecturer at the University of Manchester, United Kingdom
The Smart Grid Beyond Electricity: Unlocking Environmental and
Economic Value from Multi-Energy Infrastructure Integration
Saifur Rahman, Ph. D.
Professor & Director of the Virginia Tech Advanced
Research Institute, USA
The Smart Grid - Its Technological and Regulatory Challenges

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