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M. Husain-rehmani-received-the and B. Eng, He was a Post-Doctoral Fellow with the University of Paris Est, France, in 2012 He is currently an Assistant Professor with the COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Wah Cantonment, Pakistan. His research interests include cognitive radio ad hoc networks, smart grid, wireless sensor networks, and mobile ad hoc networks. He is the Founding Member of the IEEE Special Interest Group on Green and Sustainable Networking and Computing with Cognition and Cooperation, the ACM CoNEXT Student Workshop 2013, the IEEE ICC 2013, and the IEEE IWCMC 2013 conferences. He is an Editor of the IEEE COMMUNICATIONS SURVEYS AND TUTORIALS and an Associate Editor of the IEEE Communications Magazine, the IEEE ACCESS, Computers and Electrical Engineering Ad Hoc Sensor Wireless Networks, the Wireless Networks (Springer) journal, and the Journal of Communications and Networks. He serves as a Guest Editor of Ad Hoc Networks Future Generation Computer Systems the IEEE ACCESS, Pervasive and Mobile Computing and Computers and Electrical Engineering, 2004.

M. Erol-kantarci, University of California at Los Angeles. She was the Coordinator of the Smart Grid Communications Laboratory and a Post-Doctoral Fellow with the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Ottawa, Canada. She is currently an Assistant Professor with the Department of Her main research interests are wireless sensor networks, smart grid, cyber-physical systems, and electrification of transportation, underwater sensor networks, mobility modeling, localization, and internet traffic analysis. She received a Fulbright Ph She has won two Outstanding/Best Paper Awards. She is the co-author of the paper entitled Wireless Sensor Networks for Cost-Efficient Residential Energy Management in the Smart Grid, SM'14) received the B.Sc. degree from the Research Scholarship (2006) and the Siemens Excellence Award which has been selected for the IEEE ComSoc Best Readings on Smart Grid Communications. She is an Editor of the International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks (Hindawi). She was the Vice Chair of Women in Engineering of the IEEE Ottawa Section. She is the Vice Chair of the Green Smart Grid Communications Special Interest Group of the IEEE Technical Committee on Green Communications and Computing, 2004.

V. and A. Ccgrid, Degree from the University of Nis, Serbia. Her research spans the areas of mobile and delay tolerant networking, P2P systems, and their application to pervasive gaming, social networking, and environmental monitoring. She has been an Investigator of five EPSRC and EU grants. She has organized and chaired multiple ACM and IEEE conferences, served on many program committees, has been an Editor of premium journals and published in premium venues, including Ad Hoc Networks, the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY, the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING, ACM MC2R, ACM CHANTS@Mobicom, the IEEE WONS, the IEEE Multimedia

M. Reisslein, 14) received the Ph.D. degree in systems engineering from the University of Pennsylvania He is currently a Professor with the School of Electrical He served as the Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE COMMUNICATIONS SURVEYS AND TUTORIALS from 2003 to 2007, and an Associate Editor of the, and Optical Switching and Networking, pp.96-97, 1998.