Tag : EPOS

Plenary talk at ICCSS 2015
2 years, 4 months ago Comments Off on Plenary talk at ICCSS 2015

My paper “Socio-technical Trade-offs in Self-regulating Smart Grids” is one of the 12 papers selected for a plenary talk among 342 accepted papers in the International Conference on Computational Social Science-ICCSS 2015. Several notable keynote speakers are expected to complement to a very constructive interdisciplinary event on computational social science. My paper provides a data-driven evidence and […]

Fairness in Smart Grids
3 years, 2 months 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 […]

Why the Smart Grid should not underestimate your refrigerator
5 years, 6 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 […]