Sunday, September 11, 2011

IEEE Online Conference on Green Communications

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Date: Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 2:07 AM
Subject: Register for IEEE Online Conference on Green Communications

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2011 IEEE Online Conference on Green Communications (GreenCom) will cover a wide spectrum of research subjects, including methodologies and architectures for energy efficiency, energy-efficient protocols and networks, energy management, smart grid communications, and communication technologies for green solutions.

Speakers representing Ericsson, Samsung, INRIA, IMEDA Networks, Create-Net, Telecom ParisTech, Royal Institute of Technology, Dresden University of Technology, Tohoku University, Politecnico di Milano and the Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications will address wide reaching global warming topics ranging from Smart Grid architecture modeling, dynamic pricing and demand response scheduling to demand shaping green communications, energy-efficient power control and home energy management. For the full program, visit

Benefits of Participation:
- Knowledge and skills from experts in green communications
- Easy access to the live event from anywhere
- Speakers present research and answer audience questions live
- Access to all sessions after the conference

- No travel costs and loss of travel time
- Interactive learning environment
- Networking in an online community that "lives" after the event
- Very minimal environmental impact

Registration Includes:
- Full access to all technical sessions and keynotes via the provided online
conferencing platform
- Access via telephone for speakers in order to present their talk in high audio quality
- Access to the recordings of all live sessions, both view and download of sessions
- Download of all papers in PDF format

Register today online at!

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