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Digital guest lecture Thursday October 28th, 2021 at 10:15. Title: "Energy Informatics: Enabling Sustainable Energy Use" - Prof. Frank Eliassen, Department of Informatics, UiO

Professor Frank Eliassen, Department of Informatics, UiO, will Thursday October 28th, 2021 at 10:15 hold a digital guest lecture on Energy Informatics in connection with the course INF-3210 Green computing. The guest lecture is open for all interested.

Professor Frank Eliassen, IFI, UiO
Professor Frank Eliassen, IFI, UiO Foto: UiO
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Fuglesteg, Jan Studierådgiver
Publisert: 25.10.21 09:56 Oppdatert: 25.10.21 11:06
Energi Teknologi

Target group: Master level and PhD students in computer science, employees at the department, external from industry

Professional (academic) contact person is Professor Phuong H. Ha.



Date: Thursday October 28th, 2021 at 10:15
Zoom meeting:
Meeting ID: 690 5788 8052
Password: 204768
Title: Energy Informatics: Enabling Sustainable Energy Use
Lecturer: Professor Frank Eliassen, Department of Informatics, UiO

Energy Informatics is an emerging interdisciplinary domain that lies at the intersection of energy system, power systems, economics, computer engineering, and computer science. Energy Informatics studies information and communication technology means to more effectively manage energy resources, fossil resources as well as renewable resources. Energy Informatics includes topics such as smart (power) grids, smart meters, demand response, smart buildings, plug-in electrical vehicles, energy storage, energy policy, energy markets and market mechanisms, etcetera.

In this talk, I provide a view on Energy Informatics from the perspective of a computer scientist, focusing on how future energy systems will exploit ICT to increase integration of renewable and distributed energy sources by making energy systems smarter, and to increase energy efficiency beyond what improvements at component level can achieve.

Frank Eliassen is professor at the UiO´s Department of informatics. Eliassen is an experienced researcher and project manager for several decades, in the areas of distributed systems middleware and IoT/Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) with experience from national and EU level projects. His present research activities are oriented towards service-oriented IoT/edge/fog computing and CPS middleware and programming models in application areas including Smart Cities and Smart Grids, adaptive software systems, autonomic systems (self-*), and decentralized intelligent energy management systems. Eliassen is heading the activity at UiO on education and research in Energy Informatics. He is also leader of UiO´s research group Networks and Distributed Systems. Eliassen received his degrees from the University of Tromsø.

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