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Smart Infrastructure for Sustainable Energy and Mobility
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2021 (Open) Submit Now
Mariacristina Roscia, PhD
Associate Professor, DISA University of Bergamo, Bergamo, Italy.
Research Interests: sustainable energy, smart city, smart mobility
About This Topic
To ensure a sustainable, reliable and efficient energy supply, it is necessary to rethink electricity infrastructures in a holistic way, through planning strategies that include energy, transport, cities, human capital, new technologies.
The production and consumption of electricity must be able to "communicate" with each other in relation to the great uncertainty due not only to the weather effects but also to the behavior of prosumers, the introduction of electric mobility, smart homes, etc., therefore it is essential to calibrate production on consumption and vice versa, to obtain a dynamic and reliable electrical system, with integrated systems that interconnect energy, buildings, industry, EVs and people.
Research can provide innovative energy distribution models, which consider not only the structural part but also the dynamics of life, that must be integrated holistically for the design of the new Smart Grids as Neural Grids.
prosumers; smart Infrastructure; VPP (Virtual Power Plant); smart mobility (V2X); smart cities; digitalization; smart metering; blockchain.
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