Category : Projects

Fairness in Smart Grids
4 years, 1 month ago Comments Off on Fairness in Smart Grids

I have recently presented at the IEEE International Energy Conference-EnergyCon 2014 my work about measuring and controlling unfairness in Smart Grids. This work is part of the RobuSmart project. The main key findings of this paper are the following:   The abstract of the paper follows: Measuring and Controlling Unfairness in Decentralized Planning of Energy […]

DIAS is online and published
4 years, 7 months ago Comments Off on DIAS is online and published
Posted in: Academic, DIAS, Projects

DIAS, the Dynamic Intelligent Aggregation Service is a decentralized mechanism for the computation of different aggregation functions in large-scale networks, e.g. SUMMATION, AVERAGE etc.. It is illustrated in Chapter 5 of my PhD thesis and is recently accepted for publication in the Springer journal of Complex Adaptive Systems Modeling. A short project description of DIAS […]

Love and Strife in large-scale decentralized systems
6 years, 3 months ago 0
Posted in: Academic, DIAS, Projects

Large-scale complex decentralized systems are governed by synergies, opposing forces and trade-offs. Empedocles would describe these properties and features as the result of Love and Strife that elements of nature appear: “These (elements) never cease changing place continually, now being all united by Love into one, now each borne apart by the hatred engendered of […]

Why the Smart Grid should not underestimate your refrigerator
6 years, 4 months ago 0
Posted in: Academic, EPOS, Projects

This is the question I tried to answer at the research organization of TNO. In front of a very stimulating and interactive audience, I presented part of my PhD research and specifically some of my contributions in the EPOS project. I showed some of my findings supporting that decentralized stabilization of the energy consumption with a minimum […]