Call for papers: Data Analytics for Energy, Water, and Environment

                       

Call for papers: Data Analytics for Energy, Water, and Environment

Selected Topics of Interest:

  • Quantitative models for water-energy nexus
  • Evaluating energy technology portfolios
  • Data integration and infusion for energy, water and environment applications
  • Cyber-physical systems for sustainable development
  • Power supply and air pollution
  • Building energy efficiency and indoor air quality
  • Energy efficiency analytics enabled by smart meter data
  • Clean energy/water access
  • Energy systems planning under climate and water challenges
  • Risks and uncertainties in energy engineering projects
  • Energy management considering consumer behaviors
  • Sustainable supply chain design and inventory control
  • Water and energy management in sustainable agriculture
  • Environment and energy and and alternative transportation technologies

Submission Process:

Please prepare the manuscript according to IEEE-TEM’s guidelines (http://www.ieee-tems.org/guidelines-for-authors/) and submit to the journal’s Manuscript Central site (https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tem-ieee). Please clearly state in the cover letter that the submission is for this special issue.

SCHEDULE

Interested authors send abstracts by August 31st 2018

Decisions on acceptance of abstracts by November 30th 2018

Papers submitted by May 31st 2019

Corresponding Guest Editor

Dr. Tao Hong (hong@uncc.edu)

Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Guest Editors

Dr. Hua Cai, Purdue University

Dr. Gang He, Stony Brook University

Dr. Guiping Hu, Iowa State University

Dr. Yueming Qiu, University of Maryland

Dr. Ekundayo Shittu, George Washington University

Dr. Hongliang Zhang, Louisiana State University

Dr. Ning Zhang, Tsinghua University

In 2008, the U.S. National Academy of Engineering proposed 14 grand challenges for engineering, of which five were related to energy, water, and environment. The world population has exceeded 7.6 billion in 2018, up from 6.7 billion in 2008. A common goal of the human beings is to meet the global need of energy and water without sacrificing the environment.