Journal Information
Sustainable Computing
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/sustainable-computing-informatics-and-systems
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Elsevier
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2210-5379
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Call For Papers
Sustainable computing is a rapidly expanding research area spanning the fields of computer science and engineering, electrical engineering as well as other engineering disciplines. The aim of Sustainable Computing: Informatics and Systems (SUSCOM) is to publish the myriad research findings related to energy-aware and thermal-aware management of computing resource. Equally important is a spectrum of related research issues such as applications of computing that can have ecological and societal impacts. SUSCOM publishes original and timely research papers and survey articles in current areas of power, energy, temperature, and environment related research areas of current importance to readers. SUSCOM has an editorial board comprising prominent researchers from around the world and selects competitively evaluated peer-reviewed papers.

Making computing sustainable - Software systems perspective:
• Power-aware software
• Code profiling and transformation for power management
• Power-aware middleware
• Multimedia systems
• Scheduling and allocation

Computing for sustainability - Use of computing to make the world a sustainable place:
• Use of sensors for environmental monitoring
• Smart control for eco-friendly buildings
• Green Data Centers and Enterprise Computing

Re-inventing algorithms and applications for sustainability:
• Theoretical aspect of energy, power, and temperature
• Power-aware applications
• Resource management to optimize performance and power
• Power implications for portable and mobile computing
• Algorithms for reduced power, energy and heat for high-performance computing

Modeling and evaluation of sustainable systems:
• Reliability of Power-aware computers
• Runtime systems that assist in power saving
• Models for collective optimization of power and performance
• Monitoring tools for power and performance of parallel and distributed systems

Sustainable hardware platforms and devices - Hardware and architecture perspective:
• Power aware networking
• Real-time systems
• Power-efficient architectures
• Efficient circuit design for energy harvesting
• Power management in memory, disk, storage and other peripheral devices
• Configurable and renewable energy
• Low power electronics
• Embedded systems, ASICs and FPGSs
• Power leakage and dissipation

Please submit your article via http://ees.elsevier.com/suscom/
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2021-04-04
Special Issues
Special Issue on Blockchain Technology for Sustainable Peer to Peer Electrical Energy Trading (Blockchain EET)
Submission Date: 2021-09-25

Scope: Renewable energy resources play a vital role in satisfying energy needs with zero carbon emission. The numerous renewable energy resources are combined to form microgrid and when they internally satisfy the need for electrical energy through the concept of buying and selling, it’s called peer to peer electrical energy trading. The peer-to-peer electrical energy trading is a computing technique that allows consumers to choose their vendors to buy electricity. Meanwhile, allows them to whom the electricity to be sold when excess energy generated. Since peer-to-peer electrical energy trading is a computing technique it requires a sustainable technology for secured and automated execution at a reduced cost. When it comes to computing technology requirement, blockchain technology is recently getting more attention for its secured data management technique. Integrating blockchain with peer-to-peer electrical energy trading could build a new platform for energy trading with regulated, secured, and economical energy trading. In this special issue, we seek original work focused on addressing new research and development challenges, developing new techniques and advanced information technology solutions in blockchain technology for sustainable peer to peer electrical energy trading, safe and secured energy trading platform, distributed energy resources for power sectors, energy policy and market strategy. Topics: Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Balancing and congestion management of distributed energy resources using blockchain technology Consumer and prosumer empowerment in peer-to-peer energy trading Blockchain for ancillary services in microgrid and main grid Improved energy access for consumers in mini-grid set-up using blockchain technology Transformation in power sector using blockchain technique Enhanced operation of distributed energy resources using blockchain technology Energy access to users with privacy and secured features using blockchain technology Submission Details: General information and instructions for submitting papers to SUSCOM can be found at the journal website: https://www.journals.elsevier.com/sustainable-computing-informatics-and-systems. Please see the “Guide for Authors” and “Submit Your Paper” links. When submitting a paper to this special issue, please make sure to select the “Special Issue: Blockchain EET” option when prompted for “Select Article Type” during the submission process. All submissions must be original and may not be under review by another publication. A submission based on one or more papers that appeared elsewhere has to comprise major value-added extensions over what appeared previously (at least 30% new material). Authors are requested to clearly identify prior submissions/papers and attach to the submitted paper their relevant, previously published articles with a summary explanation documenting the enhancements made in the journal submission. All submitted papers will be peer reviewed using the normal standards of SUSCOM. By submitting a paper to this issue, the authors agree to referee at least one paper if requested by SUSCOM editors. Important Dates: Manuscript submission open date : May 25, 2021 Manuscript submission due date : September 25, 2021 First decision notification : July 20, 2021 Tentative publication schedule : January, 2022
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2021-04-04
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