Energy is the major driving force for the economy of any nation, and while it is closely combined with the climate and air that peaple live on. The challenge for the ever-growing demand of power/energy is a daunting task, especially due to the increasingly limited natural resources. Energy efficiency affects all forms of energy conversion: from efficient energy generation and distribution to the efficient use/consumption of energy in industry, buildings, mobility and human daily life. Energy suppliers and consumers need to use energy as efficiently and sustainably as possible. Meanwhile, Energy necessity motivates researchers and everyone in the world to reduce the amount of energy required to provide products and services so as to sustain the world for better living.
The objective of Special Session on EET (Energy-Efficient Technologies) is to provide an intellectual forum for professionals of different cultures to explore innovative approaches to conserve energy for joyful existence of human life. This Special Session offers a chance for leading researchers, engineers and scientists to exchange novel thought and knowledge in relation with EET and to find partners to work together.
► All manuscripts submitted to the Special Session will be reviewed by the Editorial Board of Journal of Electronic Science and Technology (JEST), and all accepted papers will be published in JEST (ISSN: 1674-862X), which is indexed by Scopus and EI INSPEC.
► Paper length Limit: Accepted papers are limited among 5~7 full pages, including all figures, tables, and references. But any additional pages will incur an extra charge of USD70 (RMB500) per extra page.
► All manuscripts MUST be prepared and formulated in accordance with JEST-Template.
Important Deadline Dates
Full Paper Submission: 15 Mar. 2020 (The Last Round: 15 Mar. 2020)
Notification of Acceptance: 30 Apr. 2020
Final Submission and Registration: 15 July 2020
Conference Dates: 4~7 Oct. 2020
Please click HERE to download JEST Template.
The topics of interest for this Special Session include, but are not limited to:
► Energy Efficiency Policies/Strategies
► Energy-Efficient Resource Management and Allocation
► National Energy Policy and Environmental Protection
► Crowd Energy Models for Energy Prosumers
► Smart City and Intelligent Life
► Energy-Efficient Transport and Logistics
► EET in Hospitality Industry
► Energy-Efficient Buildings
► Energy Efficiency in Industry
► Energy-Efficient Living and Consuming Behaviors
► Energy-Efficient Home Design
► Energy-Demand Reduction Techniques
► Energy-Efficient Networking and Protocols
► Energy-Aware and Energy-Efficient Computing
► Energy-Efficient Materials
► Energy-Efficient Equipment/Appliances