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2nd EAI International Conference on Smart Grid Inspired Future Technologies

March 27–28, 2017 | London, Great Britain


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2nd EAI International Conference on Smart Grid Inspired Future Technologies

The smart grid is envisaged to be the next generation electric grid for Smart Cities. It enables the smart integration of conventional power generation, renewable generation, distributed generation, energy storage, transmission, distribution and demand management. The benefits of smart grid include the enhanced reliability and resilience, higher intelligence and optimized control, decentralized operation, higher operational efficiency, more efficient demand management, and better power quality. However, the large scale deployment of smart grid without proper utilizations causes new dimension of threats, especially in the critical infrastructures that are highly depending on the availability of electricity.

Hence, the proposed theme for SmartGIFT 2017 is “Smart Grid Inspired Future Technologies: A smarter and more resilient grid”. The primary technical challenges to be addressed in SmartGIFT 2017 are related to the resiliency of Smart Grids, Microgrids, Distributed Grids and Distributed Resources, with the focuses on the following tracks to ensure the smart cities based power generation and storage are prioritized and enable the minimal viable operation in the cities.

Track 1. Smart Control and Operation

Track 2. Reliability, Resiliency, Cyber Security and Privacy

Track 3. Communications, Networks and Architectures

Track 4. Data Management and Grid Analytics


SmartGift 2017 topics address the following issues of grid and related resources but not restricted to:

-          Resilient and robust control for recovery of smart grid

-          Flexibility and self-healing capability of smart grid

-          Electric vehicle systems for smart grid

-          Smart grid system architecture

-          Smart grid electricity markets

-          Decentralized decision making for smart grid

-          Phishing analytic and system security for smart grid

-          Microgrid and islanding application and operation

-          Quality-of-Service (QoS), energy-efficiency, and fault tolerance in smart grid systems

-          Resource management of smart grid systems

-          Smart grid infrastructural dependencies

-          Distributed control and efficient optimization method for smart grid

-          Modelling and simulation of smart grid

-          Data analytics, sensing, processing and communication techniques for smart grid enabled cities

-          Management techniques for distributed energy generation and storage to increase power availability in smart grid enabled cities

-          Energy storage technologies for smart grid

-          Service engineering and algorithm design

-          Real-world deployment experiences

-          Standards and interoperability of smart grid



The event is endorsed by the European Alliance for Innovation, a leading community-based organisation devoted to the advancement of innovation in the field of ICT.

All accepted papers will be published by Springer and made available through SpringerLink Digital Library, one of the world's largest scientific libraries.

Proceedings are submitted for inclusion to the leading indexing services: EI, ISI Thomson's Scientific and Technical Proceedings at Web of Science, Scopus, CrossRef, Google Scholar, DBLP, as well as EAI's own EU Digital Library (EUDL).

Accepted authors will be invited to submit an extended version of their work through one of the following EAI endorsed publications: