Program

Time Speaker Title
9:00-9:05 Opening Session
9:05-10:45 Session 1: Invited Talks (25minutes x 4speakers)
Christos G. Cassandras (University of Boston, USA) Smart Cities as Cyber-Physical Systems
Anuradha Annaswamy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) Transactive Control for Urban Mobility
Keiko Takahashi (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan) Sustainable Environment Utilizing Water Recycling in Atmosphere
Abubakr Muhammad (Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan) Smart Water Grids for the Indus Basin
10:45-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:40 Session 2: Invited Talks (25minutes x 4speakers)
Karl H. Johansson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden) Scenario-Based Model Predictive Control Applied to Building Automation Systems
Yutaka Iino (Toshiba Corporation, Japan) Hierarchical EMS for Smart Buildings as Elements of Smart City
Alessandra Parisio (University of Manchester, United Kingdom) The Role and Challenges of Coordinating and Controlling Energy Endpoints in Smart Cities
Yoshifumi Zoka (Hiroshima University, Japan) Present Situation of Japanese Power System and New Movements Toward Smart Cities
12:40-13:40 Lunch
13:40-15:10 Azbil Session (9minutes x 9speakers)
Chiaki Kojima (University of Tokyo, Japan) Modeling and Prediction of Hierarchical Multi-Energy Network toward Distributed Cooperative Control for Sustainable Smart Cities
Dawei He (Fujitsu Laboratories of America, USA) and Wei-Peng Chen (Fujitsu Laboratories of America, USA) Virtual Power Plant as a Service: The Breakthrough Point of Future Human-Centric Smart City
Masakazu Mukai (Kogakuin University, Japan) and Taketoshi Kawabe (Kyushu University, Japan) Model Predictive Control of Traffic Signals for Traffic Flow Improvement
Ngoc Huynh Tran (University of Tokyo, Japan) and Akihiko Yokoyama (University of Tokyo, Japan) A Framework of Wide-Area Measurements Based Adaptive Controller for Enhancing Power System Stability
Kapil Sharma (University of Texas, USA) and Christian G. Claudel (University of Texas, USA) Short Range Networks of Wearables for Safer Mobility in Smart Cities
Masaki Inoue (Keio University, Japan), Kengo Urata (Keio University, Japan), and Sosaburo Hikono (Keio University, Japan) Nonlinear Statistical Modeling via Output Distribution Matching: For Very-Short Term Prediction of Wind Speed
Yacine Chakhchoukh (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan) and Hideaki Ishii (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan) Cyber-Security Analysis of State Estimation for the Smart Grid
Takayuki Ishizaki (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan), Masakazu Koike (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan), Takuro Kato (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan), and Jun-ichi Imura (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan) Partial Superposition Control of Discrete-Time Linear Systems with Application to Power Networks
Yoshihiro Okawa (Keio University, Japan) and Toru Namerikawa (Keio University, Japan) Distributed Optimal Power Supply-Demand Management via Negawatt Trading in Real-Time Electricity Market
15:10-15:30 Closing Session: Discussions for future activities
15:30-17:30 Tour: Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
17:30- Reception (at RIHGA Royal Hotel Hiroshima)