10:15 Welcome Desk & Registration (10:15 - 10:45)
10:45 - 11:45 - Room Manhattan Keynote Lecture Constructing Human Smart Cities Álvaro Oliveira, Alfamicro, Portugal
11:45 - 13:00 - Room Manhattan Institutional Panel Driving Innovations in Smart and Sustainable Mobility
Oleg Gusikhin, Ford Research & Adv. Engineering, United States

Raquel Águas - Lisbon City Council
Francisco Gonçalves - Lisboa E-Nova - Lisbon's Municipal Energy and Environmental Agency
Catarina Selada - INTELI - Intelligence in Innovation - Innovation Centre
André Dias – CEIIA, Centre for Excellence and Innovation in the Automotive Industry
13:00 Lunch (13:00 - 14:15)
14:15 - 15:45 - Room Berlin A Parallel Session 6 - Energy-Aware Systems and Technologies
  • 15: Modeling of Nonlinear Dynamics of Active Components in Intelligent Electric Power Systems Konstantin Suslov, Svetlana Solodusha and Dmitry Gerasimov
  • 26: High Frequency Non-intrusive Electric Device Detection and Diagnosis Roman Jonetzko, Matthias Detzler, Klaus-Uwe Gollmer, Achim Guldner, Marcel Huber, Rainer Michels and Stefan Naumann
  • 31: Power Capping of CPU-GPU Heterogeneous Systems using Power and Performance Models Kazuki Tsuzuku and Toshio Endo
  • 52: Test of New Control Strategies for Room Temperature Control Systems - Fully Controllable Surroundings for a Heating System with Radiators Nina Kopmann, Rita Streblow and Dirk Müller
14:15 - 15:45 - Room Berlin B Parallel Session 6 - Smart Cities
  • 35: Faster, Cheaper, Cleaner - Assessing Urban Mobility Gonçalo Salazar, João Pedro Silva and Bernardo Ribeiro
  • 17: A Data Model for Energy Decision Support Systems for Smart Cities - The Case of BESOS Common Information Model G. Anadiotis, E. Hatzoplaki, K. Tsatsakis and T. Tsitsanis
  • 66: Parameters Affecting the Energy Performance of the Transport Sector in Smart Cities M. Fernanda Mantilla R., Angelica Nieto L. and Jose L. Martinez Lastra
  • 71: A Probabilistic Approach to Parking - Benefits of Routing Instead of Spotting Gabor Feher , Balazs Andras Lajtha and Akos Lovasz
15:45 Coffee-Break (15:45 - 16:00)
16:00 - 17:30 - Room Berlin A Parallel Session 7 - Smart Cities
  • 55: Electricity and Heat Sector Coupling for Domestic Energy Systems - Benefits of Integrated Energy System Modelling Akhila Jambagi, Michael Kramer and Vicky Cheng
  • 63: Methodology for Energy Efficiency Assessment in the Transport Sector for Smart Cities M. Fernanda Mantilla R., Angelica Nieto L., Jose L. Martinez Lastra and Elli Kotakorpi
  • 65: Definition of Key Performance Indicators for Energy Efficient Assessment in the Transport Sector R. M. Fernanda Mantilla, L. Angelica Nieto and Jose L. Martinez Lastra
    5: Spatio-temporal Modeling for Renewable Distributed Energy Generation Planning at the Municipal Scale
    Luis Ramirez Camargo
16:00 - 17:30 - Room Berlin B Parallel Session 7 - Sustainable Computing and Communications
  • 12: A Context-free Smart Grid Model using Pretopologic Structure Guillaume Guérard, Soufian Ben Amor and Alain Bui
  • 37: Using Flexibility Information for Energy Demand Optimization in the Low Voltage Grid Sandford Bessler, Domagoj Drenjanac, Eduard Hasenleithner, Suhail Ahmed-Khan and Nuno Silva
  • 59: Connecting Smart Grid Protocol Standards - A Mapping Model Between Commonly-used Demand-response Protocols OpenADR and MIRABEL Sevket Gökay, Markus C. Beutel, Houran Ketabdar and Karl-Heinz Krempels
17:30 - 18:30 - Room Manhattan Keynote Lecture Change Alone is Unchanging - Continuous Context-aware Adaptation of Service-based Systems for Smart Cities and Communities Paolo Traverso, Center for Information Technology - IRST (FBK-ICT), Italy
18:30 - 18:45 - Room Manhattan Closing Session
18:45 Farewell Drink (18:45 - 19:15)