2021 5th International Conference on Smart Grid and Smart Cities (ICSGSC 2021)

Conference / Summit (onsite)
Electronics & Electrical Smart Cities

Address: Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Date: 18 to 20 Jun '21

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Proceedings: 

The accepted and registered papers will be published in the ICSGSC 2021 Conference Proceedings by IEEE, Conference content will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore, Ei Compendex and Scopus. 


Conference Committee Chairs :


Om Malik, Energy Systems and Control Group, University of Calgary, Canada (IEEE Fellow) 

Ryuichi Yokoyama, Waseda University, Japan (IEEE Fellow) 


Technical Program Committee Chairs :


Masayuki Morimoto, Tokai University, Japan 

Anurag K. Srivastava, Washington State University, USA 

A. R. Al-Ali, American University of Sharjah, UAE 

Qiang Yang, Beijing Insititute of Technology, China 

Suresh Renukappa, University of Wolverhampton, UK 



Contact Us: 

Ms. Saya Y. Shen 

Email: csgsc@zhconf.ac.cn 

Tel: +86-28-83533337  

For the past few years, smart grids have been the main topic of fervent research and development at both industrial and academic level. 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, all these prospected transformations also bring with them numerous challenges and opportunities.

Papers related to the conference theme are especially solicited, including theories, methodologies, and emerging applications. The following contributions, including but not limited to the following technical areas, are invited: 

Smart Grid 

Smart Sensors and Advanced Metering Infrastructure
Power and Energy System Applications
(generation, transmission, distribution, markets, operations, planning)
Impact of Smart Grid on Distributed Energy Resources
(electric cars, demand response, distributed generation, storage)
Energy Management Systems
(with applications to smart buildings and home automation)
Wide Area Protection, Communication, and Control in Energy Systems
Cyber Security Systems
(intelligent monitoring and outage management)
Smart Grid Interoperability and Standards
Critical infrastructure resiliency
(natural disasters, geomagnetic disturbances, etc.)
Deployable microgrids
Smart grid deployment and demonstration projects 

Smart City

Intelligent urbanism
Smart city
Platforms and technologies
Smart city roadmap
Environmental sustainability
Heritage conservation
Appropriate technology
Infrastructure-efficiency
Placemaking
Social access
Transit-oriented development
Regional integration
Human scale
Institutional integrity
Principle one: a balance with nature
Principle two: a balance with tradition
Principle three: appropriate technology
Principle four: conviviality
A place for the individual
A place for friendship
A place for householders
A place for the neighborhood
A place for communities
A place for the city domain
Principle five: efficiency
Principle six: human scale
Principle seven: opportunity matrix
Principle eight: regional integration
Principle nine: balanced movement
Principle ten: institutional integrity  

For the past few years, smart grids have been the main topic of fervent research and development at both industrial and academic level. 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, all these prospected transformations also bring with them numerous challenges and opportunities.

Papers related to the conference theme are especially solicited, including theories, methodologies, and emerging applications. The following contributions, including but not limited to the following technical areas, are invited: 

Smart Grid 

Smart Sensors and Advanced Metering Infrastructure
Power and Energy System Applications
(generation, transmission, distribution, markets, operations, planning)
Impact of Smart Grid on Distributed Energy Resources
(electric cars, demand response, distributed generation, storage)
Energy Management Systems
(with applications to smart buildings and home automation)
Wide Area Protection, Communication, and Control in Energy Systems
Cyber Security Systems
(intelligent monitoring and outage management)
Smart Grid Interoperability and Standards
Critical infrastructure resiliency
(natural disasters, geomagnetic disturbances, etc.)
Deployable microgrids
Smart grid deployment and demonstration projects 

Smart City

Intelligent urbanism
Smart city
Platforms and technologies
Smart city roadmap
Environmental sustainability
Heritage conservation
Appropriate technology
Infrastructure-efficiency
Placemaking
Social access
Transit-oriented development
Regional integration
Human scale
Institutional integrity
Principle one: a balance with nature
Principle two: a balance with tradition
Principle three: appropriate technology
Principle four: conviviality
A place for the individual
A place for friendship
A place for householders
A place for the neighborhood
A place for communities
A place for the city domain
Principle five: efficiency
Principle six: human scale
Principle seven: opportunity matrix
Principle eight: regional integration
Principle nine: balanced movement
Principle ten: institutional integrity  

Joe Z.Y. Dong

IEEE Fellow

Om P. Malik

IEEE Fellow

IConf

Media Partner

Joe Z.Y. Dong

IEEE Fellow

Om P. Malik

IEEE Fellow

IConf

Media Partner

Venue

Tokyo

Organizer

South Asia Institute of Science and Engineering

Venue

Tokyo

Organizer

South Asia Institute of Science and Engineering

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