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Applied Energy Symposium: Low carbon cities and urban energy systems

Applied Energy Symposium: Low carbon cities and urban energy systems


Conference Dates: Sep 24, 2022 - Sep 27, 2022

Impact Score 0.70


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Research Impact Score: 0.70
Contributing Best Scientists: 3
Papers published by Best Scientists 7
Research Ranking (Electronics and Electrical Engineering) 475
Research Ranking (Environmental Sciences) 11

Conference Call for Papers


(but not limited to)
Integrated energy networks and microgrids
Artificial intelligence and IoT in energy systems
Big data and energy
Energy efficiency in buildings
Negative emission technologies
Urban energy systems
Bioenergy systems and technologies
Urban planning integrated with energy systems
BIPV & renewable energy applications in urban systems
Smart cities
EV and eco-traffic
Energy storage
Materials for renewable and sustainable energy
Urban wastes to energy and resources
Low carbon and ecological city indicators
Nexus of energy-water in urban system
Climate change and policy options targeting low-carbon energy systems
Blockchain and industrial applications
Demand response management & control
Energy management, policy and economics
Business ontologies and models for smart city
Reliability, robustness, fault-tolerance, and self-healing
Prototype systems and real-world deployment experiences
Urban emissions mitigation
Distributed energy systems
District heating and CCHP
Distributed wireless sensors and power transfer

Previous Editions

CUE2021-The 7th Applied Energy Symposium 2021

Sep 04, 2021 - Sep 08, 2021

Online, Online

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