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Energy Informatics.Academy Conference Asia - 2021

EIA Asia 2020 will be held in Beijing, China, on 28-30 May 2021 via a mixed mode (physical and virtual) participation model. The EIA conference series is organized by the Energy Informatics.Academy (IEA), and aims to connect researchers and practitioners of energy informatics in various scientific, technological, engineering and social fields to disseminate original research on the application of digital technology and information management theory and practice to facilitate the global transition towards sustainable and resilient energy systems.

Call for papers: Artificial intelligence in data science for Energy Informatics Systems

This thematic series is focused on the application of advance artificial intelligence and data science techniques for a better understanding of energy informatics systems. We encourage researchers to publish their original papers and visionary surveys related to the state-of-the-art methodology, technologies, algorithms, and real world, with a particular emphasis on a pilot study on how the energy informatics system benefits from the use of artificial intelligence and data science.

DACH+ Energy Informatics 2021

The DACH+ Energy Informatics 2021 will be held virtually in short sessions between September 13th and September 17th.  It is part of a conference series dedicated to promoting the research, development, and implementation of information and communication technologies for a sustainable energy system and to fostering the exchange between academia, industry, and service providers in the German-Austrian-Swiss region and its neighbouring countries (DACH+) welcoming researchers from anywhere in the world.


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This journal aims to provide a unique platform for researchers and practitioners of energy informatics in various scientific, technological, engineering and social fields to disseminate original research on the application of digital technology and information management theory and practice to facilitate the global transition towards sustainable and resilient energy systems.

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