IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR COMPSAC 2022 AUTHORS 

Because of uncertainties related to Covid 19, COMPSAC 2022, currently planned as an in-person event to be held in Turin, Italy, may be conducted in a hybrid format – with some sessions in-person and some over the Internet. If the conference format is hybrid, authors of accepted papers will be able to decide to present their papers either virtually or in-person in Turin. 

However, if the pandemic worsens, the conference will be completely virtual as it was in 2020 and 2021, and all presentations will be done virtually. We will announce in the submission acceptance letters to authors whether the conference will be hybrid or virtual. Registration fees will be adjusted to reflect the format of the conference.

The 3rd IEEE International Workshop on Rising ICT Solutions for Smart Grids as Multi-energy Systems (ICT4smartGrid 2022)

Goal of the workshop: 

The workshop aims to attract practitioners and researchers in all fields of ICT (e.g. Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Internet-of-Things, Blockchain, etc) applied to the domain of smart grids intended as Multi-Energy Systems. 

Workshop theme: 

In the scenario of Smart Grids as part of next generation Smart Cities, multiple cutting-edge ICT technologies are playing a leading role. Among the others, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning algorithms (including Deep Learning Networks) provide a data-driven way to demand and load forecasting. Internet-of-Things architectures coupled with Big Data frameworks are beneficial to the efficient gathering and management of energy information. Latest Blockchain technologies promise to revolutionize the energy marketplace by introducing dynamic smart contracts. Simulation and co-simulation techniques (including agent-based simulations, hardware-in-the-loop) provide a basis for testing novel energy management policies at multiple spatio-temporal resolutions. 

The concept of the smart grid is not limited only to introducing novel solutions for making electric distribution networks smarter; it also includes a holistic view of integrated Smart Multi-Energy Systems (SMESs), with the goal of planning the correct deployment of energy resources, including renewable ones. Developing such SMESs needs a strong multidisciplinary approach taking a multiplicity of heterogeneous factors into account, including the operational phase of energy systems, resources and consumption requests, people behaviours, energy network constrains (i.e. gas, heating and electricity networks). 

Scope of the workshop: 

Authors are invited to submit original technical papers and novel research contributions in any aspect of Smart Multi-Energy Systems and covering, but not limited, to the topics of interest listed below: 

  • Blockchain for smart grids; 
  • Internet-of-Things architectures for energy management; 
  • Architectures for energy, big data management; 
  • Data Analytics and Machine Learning for demand and load forecasting; 
  • Novel models for renewable energy simulation; 
  • Simulations and Co-simulations techniques; 
  • Simulations under real-time constraints; 
  • Simulations with hardware in the loop; 
  • Agent Based Simulations of Smart grids; 
  • Multi-modelling simulations of Smart Grid; 
  • Multi-energy systems integration; 

In addition to regular papers, we welcome industrial practice reports, especially from industry. 

Likely participants: Computer engineers, as well as any researchers operating in the field of Information and Communication Technologies applied to energy management and power systems are called to participate and exchange ideas and techniques. 

Please visit Information for Authors for formatting instructions, page limits, and IEEE paper templates.

Important dates for submission and notification are listed here.

Workshop Organizers

Marco Aiello, Institute of Architecture of Application Systems, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Email: marco.aiello@iaas.uni-stuttgart.de 

Luca Barbierato, Dept. Of Control and Computer Engineering, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Email: luca.barbierato@polito.it 

Lorenzo Bottaccioli, Interuniversity Dept. of Regional and Urban Studies and Planning, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Email: lorenzo.bottaccioli@polito.it 

Peter Palensky, Dept. of Electrical Sustainable Energy, Delft University of Technology, Netherland
Email: p.palensky@tudelft.nl 

Publicity Chair

Sara Vinco, Dept. Of Control and Computer Engineering, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Email: sara.vinco@polito.it 

Program Committee

Alessandro Aliberti, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Andrea Acquaviva, University of Bologna, Italy 

Davide Brunelli, University of Trento, Italy 

Ana-Maria Dumitrescu, University of Bucharest, Romania 

Abouzar Ebstebsari, London South Bank University, England 

Marco Jahn, Eclipse Foundation, Germany 

Ariel Liebman, Monash University, Australia 

Zofia Lukszo, Delft University of Technology, Netherland 

Edoardo Patti, Politecnico di Torino, Italy 

Marco Pau, RWTH Aachen University, Germany 

Enrico Pons, Politecnico di Torino, Italy 

Ettore Francesco Bompard, Politecnico di Torino, Italy