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Recent Energy Efficient Approaches for OSI Layer
Proposal Submission Deadline:
Oct. 15, 2015
Notification of Acceptance:
Nov. 15, 2015
Full Chapter Submission:
May. 15, 2016
Review Results Returned:
Jun. 30, 2016
Final Acceptance Notifications:
Jul. 30, 2016
Final Chapter Submission:
Aug. 15, 2016
Proposal Submission Deadline: Oct. 15, 2015
1-2 pages including abstract, chapter objectives and chapter outlines with Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format. Submit to with the subject title as: "Recent Energy Efficient Approaches for OSI Layer - Chapter Proposal".
Full Chapter Submission Deadline: May. 15, 2016
Book Editors
Editor-in-Chief: Korhan Cengiz
lecturer at Elektrical-Electronics Engineering at Trakya University Edirne, Turkey
The reduction of energy consumption has become a key research area for the information and communication technology (ICT) industry, due to economical, environmental, and marketing reasons. While the environmental direction aims at minimization of greenhouse gas emissions by enforcing the usage of renewable energy in the ICT industry, economical and marketing directions lead researchers to design low-power components or develop and enhance energy-saving protocols without an impact on the level of the performance. With the steady increase in the cost of energy, the expanding number of energy-hungry components and widespread usage of ICT industry, most of the protocols that have become an integral part of our lives but are yet developed without any energy constraints in mind in the past will need to be restructured or developed again. For this reason, researchers are studying on all layers of the Internet protocol stack to develop energy-efficient protocols and algorithms.
1. Energy-Efficient Algorithms for PHY
2. Energy-Efficient Algorithms for MAC Layer
3. Energy-Efficient Algorithms for Network Layer
4. Energy-Efficient Algorithms for Transport Layer
5. Energy-Efficient Algorithms for Session Layer
6. Energy-Efficient Algorithms for Presentation Layer
7. Energy-Efficient Algorithms for Application Layer
8. Energy-Efficient Algorithms for WSNs
9. Energy-Efficient Algorithms for Ad-Hoc Networks
10. Energy-Efficient Algorithms for Vehicular Networks
11. Energy-Efficient Algorithms for 4G
12. Energy-Efficient Algorithms for 5G
This book aims to review recent approaches for energy efficiency studies for each layer in the Internet protocol stack from the physical layer to the application layer. It is expected that with the deployment of current research output, the studies performed at each layer will result in significant energy savings for the ICT industry which in turn will have a positive impact on our lives for their economical and environmental results.
Chapter Submission Procedure
Researchers are invited to submit on or before May. 15, 2016 full chapters. All submitted chapter will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis. Review Results are expected to be returned before Jun.30, 2016. Contributors may also be requested to serve as a reviewer for this project. Final chapters are expected to be submitted before Aug. 15, 2016.
This book is scheduled to be published by Science Publishing Group and it is anticipated to be released in 2016.
If you have any inquiries about this program, please contact Editor-in-Chief: Korhan Cengiz. Email:
Science Publishing Group
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