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PART A. Classic Optimization and Control Problems
PART B. Efficient Methods for Optimization Problems in Large Scale Complex Networks: From Decentralized Methods Toward Fully Distributed Approaches
PART C. Modeling the Interdependency of Power Systems, Communication Networks, Energy Systems (e.g. Gas, Renewables), Transportation Networks Water Networks, and Societal Networks (at least the interdependency of two of these networks should be considered in the proposed abstract)
PART D. Application of Power and Communication Networks: Co-simulation Platforms for Microgrids and Communication Networks, and Smart Grid Test Beds
PART E. Application of Sustainable Interdependent Networks in Future Urban Development: The Tale of Smart Cities