09:15 Welcome Desk & Registration (09:15 - 09:45)
09:45 - 10:00 - Room Bruxelles Hall Opening Session
10:00 - 11:00 - Room Bruxelles Hall Keynote Lecture Reducing Energy Consumption by using Clouds Ivona Brandic, Vienna UT, Austria
11:00 Coffee-Break (11:00 - 11:15)
11:15 - 13:00 - Room R4 Parallel Session 1 - Smart Grids
  • 25: Using Grid Related Cluster Schedule Resemblance for Energy Rescheduling - Goals and Concepts for Rescheduling of Clusters in Decentralized Energy Systems Astrid Nieße and Michael Sonnenschein
  • 27: Personalized Thermal Comfort Forecasting for Smart Buildings via Locally Weighted Regression with Adaptive Bandwidth Carlo Manna, Nic Wilson and Kenneth N. Brown
  • 8: SoftGrid: A Green Field Approach of Future Smart Grid Yayun Zhou, Harald Held, Wolfram Klein, Kurt Majewski, Rainer Speh, Philipp Emanuel Stelzig and Christoph Wincheringer
  • 51: An RFID based Toll Payment System for Green World M. W. Raad and Tarek R. Sheltami
11:15 - 13:00 - Room R3 Parallel Session 1 - Smart Cities and Smart Grids
  • 26: A Comprehensive Framework for Smart Cities Giovanni Maccani, Brian Donnellan and Markus Helfert
  • 38: A Framework for ITS Data Management in a Smart City Scenario Luca Carafoli, Federica Mandreoli, Riccardo Martoglia and Wilma Penzo
  • 48: Energy Informatics Can Optimize the Design of Supply and Demand Networks Robert Bradshaw and Brian Donnellan
  • 56: Role of Proactive Behaviour Enabled by Advanced Computational Intelligence and ICT in Smart Energy Grids Phuong H. Nguyen, Wil L. Kling, Paulo F. Ribeiro, Ganesh K. Venayagamoorthy and Roel Croes
  • 59: Optimized Integration of Electric Vehicles with Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries into the Regulation Service Market of Smart Grids - Enhanced Vehicle-to-Grid Business Model Marco Roscher, Jonas Fluhr and Theo Lutz
13:00 Lunch (13:00 - 14:00)
14:00 - 15:00 - Room Bruxelles Hall Keynote Lecture Hubject - Connecting Emobility Networks Andreas Pfeiffer, Hubject Gmbh, Germany
15:00 - 16:00 - Room R4 Parallel Session 2 - Sustainable Computing and Communications
  • 13: Quantifying Energy Usage in Data Centers through Instruction-count Overhead K. F. D. Rietveld and H. A. G. Wijshoff
  • 35: Increasing Energy Saving with Service-based Process Adaptation Alessandro Miracca and Pierluigi Plebani
16:00 Coffee-Break (16:00 - 16:15)
16:00 - 17:00 - Foyer Bruxelles Posters Session 1
  • 11: Analysis of Approaches to Coordinated Charging of Electric Vehicles on the Distribution Grid Luca Meschiari, Colin Harris and Siobhán Clarke
  • 12: Optimizations of Structure the Generators in Isolated Microgrids in Russia K. V. Suslov
  • 16: Analysis on the Operation of 750kV Controllable Shunt Reactor in Gansu Power Grid of China Rong Xiaoyun, Shao Chong, Wang Weizhou, Hou Yanpeng, Liu Fuchao, Jia Cunxi and Li Zhengyuan
  • 18: Research in Sociology on Smart Grid Project, is It a Wager? - The Case of a French Pilot Project Amélie Coulbaut-Lazzarini and Jean-Marc Lebouvier
  • 23: Interface Concepts for Communicating Green Cyber-Physical Systems to Public Ljubo Mercep, Gernot Spiegelberg, Alois Knoll and Jakob Stoeck
  • 29: A Malfunction Detection Method for Individual Photovoltaic Modules Masaya Iwata, Yuji Kasai, Eiichi Takahashi and Masahiro Murakawa
  • 31: Outdoor Lighting Design Process Optimization Igor Wojnicki, Adam Sedziwy and Leszek Kotulski
  • 33: GreenSLAs - Providing Energy Consumption Flexibility in DCs through Energy-aware Contracts Juan Felipe Botero, Sonja Klingert, Xavier Hesselbach-Serra, Antonella Falcone and Giovanni Giuliani
  • 47: Smart Green City Project at Sejong City - Remotely Monitoring and Controlling Power Uses at Multi-building Daekyo Jung, SungMin Rue, Yoonkee Kim, Geum Rae Cho, Keejung Kwon and Seunghee Park
  • 50: Integrating Distributed Data Storage of a Smart City Public Administration Carmelo Pino, Salvatore Ravidà and Santo Scibilia
  • 53: A Concept for Reliability Assessment for the Provision of Ancillary Services Marita Blank and Sebastian Lehnhoff
  • 54: Practical Information about Sustainable Mobility for Smart Cities Paulo M. Araújo, Pedro M. Tendeiro and Porfírio P. Filipe
  • 58: Monitoring and Visualising a Neighbourhood Area Sub-Grid Zoya Pourmirza and John M. Brooke
17:00 - 18:00 - Room R4 Parallel Session 3 - Smart Grids
  • 17: Model-based Control Approaches for Optimal Integration of a Hybrid Wind-diesel Power System in a Microgrid Luis Ismael Minchala Avila, Adriana Vargas Martínez, Youmin Zhang, Luis Eduardo Garza Castañón, Eduardo Robinson Calle Ortiz and Julio César Viola
  • 32: Wireless Network Deployment as Low Cost Building Management System Solution Liam Moore, Mike Hayes, Brendan O. Flynn, Cian O. Mathuna, Emmanuel Frecon, Joakim Ericksson, Peeter Kool, Peter Rosengren, Alberto Fernandez, Jacek Rosik and Donagh MacSuibhne
  • 43: Smart Grids and Small Utilities - A Preliminary Analysis on the Contribution of Utility Size to Successful Smart Grid Deployment Kristina Tajchman
18:30 Social Event (18:30 - 23:00)