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Energy Informatics.Academy Conference 2023 (EI.A 2023)
6-8 December 2023, Unicamp, São Paulo, Brazil 

Important dates

Paper submission due date: 30 June 2023 16 July 2023
Notification: 21 August 2023
Camera-ready paper due date: 22 September 2023

Registration due date: 6 October 2023
Conference Date: 6-8 December 2023
Important dates


The Energy Informatics.Academy Conference 2023 (EI.A 2023) is part of the Energy Informatics.Academy conference series, invites academics and industries worldwide to disseminate their research, development, and projects on the application of digital technology and information management to facilitate the global transition towards sustainable and resilient energy systems.

Conference scope

Contributions are encouraged in engineering, computer science, business, economy, and education topics related to energy + informatics, including but not limited to:


Energy domain of

  • Smart grid

  • District heating

  • Smart transportation

  • Smart industry

  • Smart cities

  • Smart buildings

  • Sector coupling

  • Energy markets and business 

  • Energy economics and finance



Informatics domain of

  • Big data, data analytics and management

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Internet of Things and cloud computing

  • Digital twins, simulations, and modeling

  • Software development

  • Privacy and cybersecurity

  • Information and communications technology and Information systems


Conference scope
  • Main track


The main track 2023 "Innovative Synergies: Shaping the Future of Energy through Informatics," focuses on the interdisciplinary fusion of energy and informatics to address pressing challenges in the global energy landscape. By exploring novel applications and innovative approaches, this track highlights the transformative potential of informatics in shaping a sustainable, efficient, and resilient energy future.


  • Special session on Digitalization of district heating and cooling


Organized by: IEA (International Energy Agency) DHC (District Heating and Cooling) Annex TS4: Digitalisation of District Heating and Cooling


This special session explores the impact of digitalization on the district heating and cooling industry, highlight current state-of-the-art technology, and discusses challenges and opportunities for integrating digital processes into DHC systems. 

  • Special session on Digitalization, Artificial Intelligence and Related Technologies for Energy Efficiency and GHG Emissions Reduction in Industry


Organized by: IEA (International Energy Agency) IETS (Industrial Energy-Related Technologies and Systems) Annex Task XVIII: Digitalization, Artificial Intelligence and Related Technologies for Energy Efficiency and GHG Emissions Reduction in Industry


This special session aims to advance knowledge and development of these technologies in targeted industries, fostering collaboration among academics, research labs, IT providers, and process industry stakeholders. The session will discuss the opportunities and barriers to the adoption of digitalization technologies, focusing on enhancing energy efficiency and reducing GHG emissions in the process industries. 


  • Special session on Data-Driven Smart Buildings

Organized by: IEA (International Energy Agency) EBC (Energy in Buildings and Communities) Annex 81 - Data-Driven Smart Buildings


This special session aims to delve into the opportunities and challenges of implementing data-driven technologies in smart buildings, exploring innovative approaches, emerging business models, and strategies to overcome barriers to digitalization. 

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The Accepted and presented papers will be published in the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) proceedings volume.

Additionally, all accepted authors will be invited to submit an extended version* in a fast track of the Springer Open Journal - Energy Informatics

LNCS volumes are indexed in the Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), part of Web of Science; Scopus; EI Engineering Index; Google Scholar; DBLP; etc.

The journal - Energy Informatics are indexed in SCOPUS, Ei Compendex, ESCI/Web of Science (Emerging Sources Citation Index), DOAJ, Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of China, Naver, ProQuest, OCLC WorldCat Discovery Service, EBSCO, Google Scholar

*Please note that the publication fees for the conference and the journal are separate expenses. The conference registration fee (Professional authors: 350 euros; Graduate student authors: 250 euros) covers the cost of presenting your research, while the Journal publication fee pertains to the extended version of your paper and ensures its accessibility in the open-access format.

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