The IEEE Smart Cities Newsletter, an online publication features practical and timely technical information and forward-looking commentary on Smart Cities developments and deployments around the world. Designed to bring clarity to the global Smart Cities industry and to foster greater understanding and collaboration between diverse stakeholders, the newsletter brings together experts, thought-leaders, and decision-makers to exchange information and discuss issues affecting the evolution of the Smart Cities.
This Web Portal (http://smartcities.ieee.org/) is home to the Newsletter. The IEEE Smart Cities Newsletter strives to publish articles in a timely fashion and offers a rigorous review process to ensure the highest quality publication for your work. Each month the recently published articles are proactively promoted through the broad array of IEEE communications vehicles.
IEEE Smart Cities Author Guidelines are available online.
Current Articles (December - 2018)
Large-Scale Privacy-Preserving Linkage of Patients' Electronic Health Records written by Dimitrios Karapiperis, Aris Gkoulalas-Divanis, Vassilios S. Verykios
- Machine Learning for Predicting Crime written by Deepak Venugopal and Christopher Kent - University of Memphis
- Smarter Roads for Tomorrow: DRM written by Todd Nguygen
- Blockchain for Smart Cities written by Chun Sing Lai, Xuecong Li, Loi Lei Lai and Xi Lin
Community energy systems: Unleashing the potential of smart, flexible prosumers written by Nicholas Good, Eduardo A. Martínez Ceseña and Pierluigi Mancarella
Energy systems have historically been planned and operated to provide services such as heating, lighting, transport, etc., to passive consumers, i.e., consumers who do not have the capability to manage their demand, or any interest in doing so. However, maintaining this passive role for customers seems increasingly unviable. To maintain an affordable, secure, and low-carbon energy system we are increasingly going to need to access the flexibility of smart prosumers.
Past articles are available via the IEEE Smart Cities Resource Center. Content in the IEEE SC Resource Center is complimentary to members of the Smart Cities Partners Organizations (ComSoc, CSS, IAS, PES, SMCS). IEEE members who are not members of the IEEE SC partners can access the material at a reduced cost.