May 31 - June 1, 2011, Columbia University, New York


e-Energy 2011 is the second international conference on energy-efficient computing and networking. (The first took place in 2010 in Passau (Germany), with about 100 participants.) Due to the increasing significance of power consumption in computing and networking, the goal of e-Energy is to bring together researchers, developers, practitioners working in this area to discuss recent and innovative results, and identify future directions and challenges. The continuing spread of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has contributed much to the reduction of energy consumption in many areas of everyday life. Nevertheless ICT infrastructure continues to expand in capacity and reach, and needs to be more energy-efficient itself. e-Energy addresses all cyber infrastructure. The conference addresses the varied fields of servers and communication infrastructures, services in data centers, end-systems in home and office environments, broadband access networks, sensor networks, cloud computing, smart grids and future networks such as the Internet of Things.

Papers can be submitted at

Best Paper Award

The paper Energy Consumption Comparison Between Macro-Micro and Public Femto Deployment in a Plausible LTE Network by Katerina Dufkova, Miroslav Popovic, Khalili Ramin, Jean-Yves Le Boudec, Milan Bjelica and Lukas Kencl was chosen as the Best Paper for e-Energy 2011.


The conference will be held in the Interschool Laboratory at Columbia University, New York. Directions to the venue can be found here.