WASHINGTON, Nov. 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Organizers of the second IEEE Green Technology Conference have extended the deadline for receiving abstracts and technical papers to 7 December. Original work is sought on current and emerging renewable energy sources and energy-reduction technologies.
Contributed papers and abstracts are solicited in four tracks:
- Energy generation and storage technologies
- Energy resource utilization and water conservation
- Green architecture and sustainable design
- Environmental, legal, social, economic and political impacts
Accepted papers will be presented during the conference, 15-16 April at the Gaylord Texan Hotel and Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas, between Dallas and Fort Worth. They will be published in a conference proceedings CD and available through the digital library IEEE Xplore.
To submit a paper, which must be received by 7 December 2009, go to http://www.ieeegreentech.org/TechConf/PaperSubmission.htm. Submissions must describe original work not previously published or currently under review for publication in another conference or journal. Instructions can be found at (http://www.ieee.org/portal/cms_docs/pubs/confpubcenter/pdfs/samplems.pdf). Authors will be notified by 15 December 2009 whether their papers are accepted. Proposals for workshops, panels and tutorials are also welcome.
Questions regarding proposals and paper submissions can be directed to Edward L. Safford, technical program chair, at email@example.com
With increasing concerns about fossil fuel costs, supplies and emissions, scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs are more closely examining the commercial viability of renewable energy sources. These include solar, wind, nuclear, geothermal, hydro and biomass, among others, as well as alternative vehicle power sources such as fuel cells, gasoline and liquid natural gas electric hybrids and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. The conference aims to look at these technologies.
The inaugural IEEE Green Technology Conference was held in Lubbock, Texas, in April. For an overview of the event, see http://www.todaysengineer.org/2009/Jun/Green-Tech.asp.
The 2010 IEEE Green Technology Conference is sponsored by IEEE Region 5, the IEEE Financial Advantage Plan, the IEEE Fort Worth Section and IEEE-USA.
IEEE-USA advances the public good and promotes the careers and public policy interests of more than 210,000 engineers, scientists and allied professionals who are U.S. members of IEEE. IEEE-USA is part of IEEE, the world's largest technical professional society with 375,000 members in 160 countries. See http://www.ieeeusa.org.
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