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EIG on Energy Membership

 

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The primary focus of EIG-ENERGY is to provide a discussion forum for researchers and practitioners who study computational methods and technologies for designing and optimizing energy systems. The EIG will provide a common forum for an inter-disciplinary group of computer scientists with diverse backgrounds in sensing, modeling, optimization, control, network and systems design, and experimentation to discuss and address key challenges in future energy systems. The EIG will seek to cover a broad range of topics in energy informatics, energy system design, analysis, and operation ranging from building energy management, renewable energy modeling and integration, energy storage system analysis, electric vehicle modeling and optimal operation, and data-center energy management.
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