Energy Informatics 2012 (EI2012)


October 6th, 2012

Terry Executive Education Center, Atlanta, Georgia

Call for papers

We invite you to submit your research or practical papers to the second Conference on Energy Informatics (EI2012) to be held on October 6th, 2012, in Atlanta, Georgia, at the Terry Executive Education Center.

Energy Informatics is concerned with the analysis, the design, the implementation, and the use of systems to increase the efficiency of energy demand and supply systems. It is based on the recognition that flow networks, in their various forms (e.g., electricity, air, water, etc.), are the major suppliers and consumers of energy, and their efficiency can be improved by collecting and analyzing appropriate information to optimize their performance. Energy informatics can be succinctly represented by the equation:

Energy + Information < Energy

The goal of this conference is to engage both academic and industry in a dialogue that examines how energy informatics can be applied to many areas, such as the smart grid, fleet logistics, traffic management, built environment, water resource, and others.

Papers co-authored by academic and industry partners are particularly welcome, along with case studies showing the application of energy informatics.

All submissions will be refereed by at least two reviewers. Authors of accepted papers will be required to register for and attend the conference personally to present their papers.

Important dates

  • Paper submissions by July 1st, 2012
  • Acceptance decisions by August 1st, 2012
  • Conference on October 6th, 2012

Cost $75

Submission guidelines

Submitted papers should not be more than 25 pages, all inclusive, that would normally be printed on 8.5 x 11-inch paper;

  • 12 point font, and one-inch margins on all four sides, Georgia font
  • Double-spaced throughout
  • An abstract of not more than 200 words
  • APA citation and bibliography style

Submit papers via email attachment to mcboudre@terry.uga.edu

* The conference proceedings will be available via Sprouts *

Program Co-Chairs

Marie-Claude Boudreau
University of Georgia
Terry College of Business
Athens, GA 30602
Tel: 706-583-0887
Email: mcboudre@terry.uga.edu
James English
CEO, Telemetry Labs
245 TownPark Drive, Suite 525
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Tel: 404-665-3144
Email: jenglish@telemetrylabs.com

Associate Editors

Douglas S Noonan –Georgia Institute of Technology
Jim Mabes – Southern Polytechnic State University
Adela  Chen – Nanyang Technological University
Paul York – Augusta State University
Richard T. Watson – University of Georgia
Thomas Lawrence – University of Georgia
Kyle Johnsen – University of Georgia