2nd International Conference on Green Computing, Intelligent and Renewable Energies

The Second International Conference on Green Computing, Intelligent and Renewable Energies (GCIRE2016) will be on February 24 – 26, 2016 at the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA, Las Piñas-Manila, Philippines.


Registration in US Dollars:
Registration (with CD proceedings)- $ 550.00
Registration (with CD proceedings) provided that you have a link to SDIWC (www.sdiwc.net) on your homepage – $ 540.00
Second Paper (or more) with CD proceedings – $ 340.00
Accompanying person or co-author with no Kit – $ 180.00
Guest with conference kit (kit, meals, tour) – $ 350.00

The registration fees cover 2-3 lunches/dinner and one local tour.

The conference welcomes papers on the following (but not limited to) research topics:

Benefits of, and barriers to, adopting greener IT practices
Carbon metering and user feedback
Climate and ecosystem monitoring
Energy harvesting, storage, and recycling
Energy-aware high performance computing and applications
Energy-aware software
Energy-efficient network services and operations
Green IT metrics, maturity models, standards, and regulations
Green computing models, methodologies and paradigms
Green networking and communication
Life-cycle analysis of IT equipment
Management and profiling tools for energy efficient systems
Modeling-representations, simulation and validation for energy consumption optimization problems
Online dynamic optimization for energy efficient systems
Power-aware algorithms and protocols
Power-efficient delivery and cooling
Renewable energy models and prediction
Smart buildings and urban development
Smart homes, buildings, offices, streets
Stability of smart energy systems
Carbon management policies and ecology- related issues with ICT
Characterization, metrics, and modeling
Creating green awareness using IT
Energy-aware computing
Energy-aware large scale distributed systems, such as Grids, Clouds and service computing
Energy-efficient mass data storage and processing
Governments’ roles in fostering and enforcing green initiatives
Green business process reengineering and management
Green design, manufacture, use, disposal, and recycling of computers and communication systems
Green software engineering
Low-power electronics and systems
Matching energy supply and demand
Network design optimization
Optimization of energy-efficient protocols
Power-aware software and hardware
Reliability, thermal behavior and control
Robustness and performance guarantees
Smart grid and microgrids
Smart transportation and manufacturing
Sustainable computing

For more information, please check GCIRE2016.

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