Original contributions are welcome from researchers and practitioners in these indicative conference themes:

  1. Modelling and simulation for community energy, smart heat and smart power networks
  2. Commercial and domestic stock modelling and bottom-up stock modelling approaches
  3. Modelling and simulation for distributed and centralised storage analysis
  4. Urban energy resource estimation
  5. Data acquisition and datasets for multi-building modelling
  1. Modelling diverse occupant populations and energy behaviours
  2. Software development and integration
  3. Data analytics, visualisation and performance metrics for urban energy
  4. Calibration and validation
  5. microgeneration markets and economics
  6. Case studies in urban modelling and simulation
Abstracts should be in plain text and no more than 500 words. They should describe clearly the research objectives and new knowledge arising from the research. Click here for giudance on how to submit an abstract.

The deadline for Abstracts is now passed. All abstracts will be peer-reviewed with full papers for accepted abstracts due May 14 2018.