Submission Deadline: 31 May 2018
IEEE Access invites manuscript submissions in the area of Energy Management in Buildings.
Buildings can be viewed as small cities due to their size, users, and mixed complex activities. The energy and environmental impact caused by buildings through provision of support services and activities and operations, such as working and living, could be considerably reduced by an effective choice of organizational and managerial measures. Groups of buildings create an urban-kind climate which cannot be neglected. To design and operate sustainable buildings, it is necessary to factor a number of parameters, such as the interaction of indoor-outdoor environment strategic planning and operational processes. Moreover, towards this “district approach,” the use of buildings as a field of application, is considerably advantageous compared to a community or city district as the overall area typically belongs to a single owner.
Aside from this, buildings consume a large portion of the world’s energy and are a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions. The nature of buildings is changing from static and passive structures to dynamic and active environments. The concept of sustainable and intelligent buildings is emerging as an important area for the energy initiative. Therefore, effective energy management is becoming more feasible using innovative technologies.
Till now, limited research efforts have been done and a limited number of papers have been published on the whole roadmap of new energy management system in buildings, towards new research and applications issues. The goal of this Special Section in IEEE Access is to present and highlight the advances and the latest novel and emerging technologies, implementations and applications in the field of energy management in buildings. This will provide readers with a clearer understanding of the design and development of energy management in buildings.
The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
We also highly recommend the submission of multimedia with each article as it significantly increases the visibility, downloads, and citations of articles.
Associate Editor: Kun Wang, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, P. R. China
Relevant IEEE Access Special Sections:
IEEE Access Editor-in-Chief: Michael Pecht, Professor and Director, CALCE, University of Maryland
Paper submission: Contact Associate Editor and submit manuscript to:
For inquiries regarding this Special Section, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org