Track 1: Green AI Applications

  • AI applications in monitoring the water and energy consumption
  • AI applications to reduce landfill waste and recycling waste
  • AI applications to reduce industrial carbon footprint
  • AI applications to predict weather and natural disasters
  • AI applications to manage water in irrigation
  • Smart cities and buildings
  • Intelligent Transport Systems and control

Track 2: Big data and Green infrastructures

  • Big data in the environmental sector
  • Green big data architecture
  • Environmental Decision Support Systems
  • Energy efficiency in data centers and large-scale data processing
  • Green Grid and cloud computing
  • Application of renewable energies in large-scale infrastructures

Track 3: Green Software engineering

  • Sustainable and Green Software Engineering Processes
  • Theoretical approaches and models for measuring Software energy consumption
  • Quality models and criteria for Green software engineering
  • Optimization techniques (compression, partitioning, indexing, etc.) to improve software manufacturing and exploitation
  • Automation tools to reduce software costs and enhance its sustainability
  • Green requirements in software development
  • Green design and modelling

Special Workshop: License of Green Computing User (LGCU)

This workshop is organized in parallel with the different sessions of the conference. The License of Green Computing User looks at how to adopt the best practices in using technologies in an eco-friendly way. The workshop participants learn how to use their smartphones, laptops, personal computers, printers and other devices efficiently and decrease thus their energy consumption. At the end, a test is organized for the candidates according to what they learned during this workshop. Certificates of Green Computing User’s licenses like driving licenses will be attributed to research and engineering scholars who passed the test successfully.