Tuesday, December 27, 2011

1/15 Green Technologies Call for Papers deadline, IEEE Region 5's 4th Annual Green Technologies Conf Tulsa OK

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Subject: IEEE Final Call for Papers Region 5's 4th Annual Green Technologies Conf Tulsa OK

FINAL DEADLINE, CALL for PAPERS IEEE 4th Annual Green Technologies
Conference http://www.ieeegreentech.org 19-20 April, 2012, Tulsa,
Oklahoma, USA

To accommodate requests of Academics the deadline for submissions is
extended to January 15, 2012.

Call for Papers – Submission Extended
Deadline: January 15, 2011
Acceptance/Declination Notification: January 30, 2012

Submission Process: Authors are invited to submit an abstract or full
paper by electronic submission. Abstract-only submissions will be
considered for the poster session only, while full papers will be
considered for presentation. A final version of a full paper must not
exceed 6 pages, including all text, references, appendices and figures.
Accepted papers MUST be presented at the conference by one of the
authors, or, if none of the authors are able to attend, by a qualified
surrogate. Failure to register for the conference will result in
automatic withdrawal of your paper from the program.

For abstract and paper submission/review, use our Conference EDAS
computer system to create a login at http://edas.info/N11261, then
upload the file.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Energy Generation & Storage Technologies including nuclear, wind, solar,
water, geothermal, biomass, energy harvesting, and storage.

Energy Usage Reduction and Conservation including energy management,
planning and forecasting, home and commercial automation, and innovative
HVAC and lighting.

Architectural and Engineering Sustainable Designs including strategies
for sustainability, performance evaluation, use of green building
components, and green systems management.

Environmental, Legal, Social, Economic, and Political Impacts including
emerging standards for renewable and reduced carbon emission energy
sources, safety, technologies for developed and underdeveloped countries.

Smart Grid Communication and Control, Evolution and Integration of
renewable and reduced emission energy sources.

Protection of the Environment, including oil spill prevention and

Green IT and Sustainable Computing including IT de-manufacturing and
legitimate recycling, energy efficient IT solutions, network concepts
and architectures for lowering energy consumption, energy efficient
algorithms, sensor networks for climate and disaster monitoring and
power aware software design and development.

Biofuels and Emerging Fuels Technology

Generating combustion fuels from renewable sources such as algae, non
food plants, and vegetable oils.

If you have any question contact,

Sophie Liu, Ph.D. 2012 Green Technologies Conference Chair Professor,
School of Science and Engineering of Oral Roberts University sliu@oru.edu

Pierre F. Tiako, Ph.D. Technical Program Chair 2012 IEEE Green
Technologies Conference pftiako@lunet.edu

The IEEE Green Technologies Committee appreciates your interest and
desire to help. This year, we are offering flexibility in how you can
contribute to the conference via Exhibits and Seminars. Additionally,
one can sponsor luncheons, evening receptions, and giveaways. Please
contact Colonel Mason colonel@prfirm1.com. or call 214-239-4949 to
secure your sponsorship.

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