CLUSTER ONE TUESDAY – CONVERSTATION 11.00-13.00 HOURS

Greener clouds and businesses: measure, compare, understand

2. Ralph Hintemann and Jens Clausen. Green Cloud? The current and future development of energy consumption by data centers, networks and end-user devices
8. Daniel Schlitt and Wolfgang Nebel. Data Center Performance Model for Evaluating Load Dependent Energy Efficiency
11. Jens Malmodin and Dag Lundén. The energy and carbon footprint of the ICT and E&M sector in Sweden 1990-2015 and beyond

Software: the driving force toward sustainability

4. Benno Schmidt. Sustainability-Knowledge about Software Parts inside Software Engineering Processes
16. Erik Jagroep, Jan Martijn Van Der Werf, Jordy Broekman, Leen Blom, Rob van Vliet and Sjaak Brinkkemper. A Resource Utilization Score for Software Energy Consumption
1. Benjamin Wagner Vom Berg, Marius Brinkmann and Jorge Marx Gómez. Conception of a Big Data platform in context of the energy industry
25. Sergio España and Sjaak Brinkkemper. Responsible software: A research agenda to help enterprises become more sustainable

Smart Homes and Cities: transforming our lifestyles

5. Dr. Maha Salman, Dr. Steve Easterbrook, Samar Sabie and Josie Abate. Sustainable and Smart: Rethinking What a Smart Home is
10. Lorraine Hudson, Gerd Kortuem, Annika Wolff and Patrina Law. Smart Cities MOOC: Teaching citizens how to co-create smart cities
13. Tina Ringenson and Mattias Höjer. Smart City Planning and Environmental Aspects? Lessons from Seven Cities

Engaging the people: smart devices and applications

6. Mine Ercan and Jens Malmodin. Life Cycle Assessment of a Smartphone
12. Daniel Pargman, Edvard Ahlsén and Cecilia Engelbert. Next generation screens: Breakthrough or suboptimisation?
7. Bente Knoll, Georg Spreitzer and Christoph Göbl. Tailor-made energy consulting for five different consumer groups

CLUSTER TWO WEDNESDAY – CONVERSTATION 11.00-13.00 HOURS

Greener clouds and businesses: measure, compare, understand

1. Vlad Coroama and Mattias Höjer. Assessing GHG Benefits Induced by ICT Services in Practice: A Case Study and Resulting Challenges
2. Etienne-Victor Depasquale and Chris Preist. A case for the development of data standards for reporting projections of growth in the Internet’s energy consumption
3. Giuseppe Procaccianti and Aristeidis Routsis. Energy Efficiency and Power Measurements: an Industrial Survey
4. Italo Brito, Claudio De Farias, Luci Pirmez, Leonardo Ribeiro and Luiz Carmo. Encouraging Renewable Energy Consumption Through Dynamic Pricing

Software: the driving force toward sustainability

3. Maryam Al Hinai and Ruzanna Chitchyan. Engineering Requirements for Social Sustainability
4. Maria Mora-Rodriguez and Chris Preist. The role of interoperability in sustainable decisions: the case of CDP
5. Dawn Walker and Christoph Becker. Sustainability Design: Lessons from Designing A “Green Map”

Smart Homes and Cities: transforming our lifestyles

8. Seyed Amin Tabatabaei. A Data Analysis Approach for Diagnosing Malfunctioning in Domestic Space Heating
9. Bente Knoll, Petra Bußwald, Ralf Dopheide, Roswitha Hofmann, Christoph Link, Paul Pfaffenbichler and Georg Spreitzer. Multi-perspective ICT-toolkit supporting inclusive and sustainable mobility planning in rural areas
10. Anna Kramers, Josefin Wangel and Mattias Höjer. Governing the Smart Sustainable City: the case of Stockholm Royal Seaport

Engaging the people: smart devices and applications

11. Dominik Bucher, Francesca Cellina, Francesca Mangili, Martin Raubal, Roman Rudel, Andrea Emilio Rizzoli and Omar Elabed. Exploiting Fitness Apps for Sustainable Mobility – Challenges Deploying the GoEco! App
12. Åsa Svenfelt and Jorge Luis Zapico. Sustainable food systems with ICT?
13. Mahtab Sabet and Steve Easterbrook. Homeowners as Engaged Participants: Determining information needs to maximize the environmental benefit of green renovations

Papers selected for the session “Best of Papers”

Greener clouds and businesses: measure, compare, understand

2. Ralph Hintemann and Jens Clausen. Green Cloud? The current and future development of energy consumption by data centers, networks and end-user devices
11. Jens Malmodin and Dag Lundén. The energy and carbon footprint of the ICT and E&M sector in Sweden 1990-2015 and beyond

Smart Homes and Cities: transforming our lifestyles

5. Dr. Maha Salman, Dr. Steve Easterbrook, Samar Sabie and Josie Abate. Sustainable and Smart: Rethinking What a Smart Home is
13. Tina Ringenson and Mattias Höjer. Smart City Planning and Environmental Aspects? Lessons from Seven Cities
19. Seyed Amin Tabatabaei. A Data Analysis Approach for Diagnosing Malfunctioning in Domestic Space Heating

Engaging the people: smart devices and applications

12. Daniel Pargman, Edvard Ahlsén and Cecilia Engelbert. Next generation screens: Breakthrough or suboptimisation?

Conference proceedings

Conference proceedings of the accepted papers are now available at Atlantis Press (open access). The proceedings consist of thoroughly peer-reviewed papers of high scientific standard. The papers cover a broad range of topics that should be relevant for anyone interested in ICT and sustainable development, and especially those of you with an interest in environmental sustainability.