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CEC2019 Special Session 51 2019 : CEC2019: Special Session CEC-51 on Evolutionary Algorithms For Complex Optimization in the Energy Domain

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Link: http://www.gecad.isep.ipp.pt/ieee-CEC2019/CEC2019-SS/
 
When Jul 10, 2019 - Jul 13, 2019
Where Wellington, New Zealand
Submission Deadline Jan 31, 2019
Notification Due Mar 7, 2019
Final Version Due Mar 31, 2019
Categories    evolutionary computation   metaheuristics   optimization   multi-objective
 

Call For Papers

GECAD is organizing a special session on Evolutionary Algorithms For Complex Optimization in the Energy Domain that will be held inside the upcoming 2019 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation Symposium on Computational Intelligence (http://cec2019.org). CEC will take place in Wellington, New Zealandon June 10-13, 2019. This special session of GECAD is supported by the IEEE CIS Task Force 3 on Computational Intelligence in the Energy Domain.

This special session is a follow-up of the previous edition in WCCI2018. Research work is welcome concerning complex real-world applications of Evolutionary Computation (EC) in the energy domain. The problems can be focused on different parts of the energy chain (e.g., heating, cooling, and electricity supply) and different consumer targets (e.g., residential or industrial level). Problems dealing with uncertainty, dynamic environments, many-objectives, and large-scale search spaces are important for the scope of this special session. This special session aims at bringing together the latest applications of EC to complex optimization problems in the energy domain. Besides, this special session is linked to the competition on “Evolutionary Computation in Uncertain Environments: A Smart Grid Application”. Therefore, participants are also welcome to submit the results of their algorithm to our session.



Check the online Call for Papers. Topics must be related to EC in the energy domain including, but not limited to:



- Electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles

- Electricity markets

- Energy scheduling

- Heat and electricity joint optimization problems

- Hydrogen economy problems

- Multi/many-objective problems in the energy domain

- Natural gas optimization problems

- Optimal power flow in distribution and transmission

- Residential, industrial and district cooling/heating problems

- Smart grid and micro-grid problems

- Solar and wind power integration and forecast

- Super grids problems (continental and trans-continental transmission system)

- Transportation & energy joint problems

- Distributed evolutionary approaches in the energy domain


NOTE: Please select CEC-51 when submitting your article in the main topic during CEC 2019 paper upload.


Special Session Organizers:

Joao Soares, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal, jan@ısep.ipp.pt

Fernando Lezama, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal, flzcl@isep.ipp.pt

Zita Vale, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal, zav@isep.ipp.pt

Markus Wagner, Adelaide University, Australia, markus.wagner@adelaide.edu.au

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