Sunday, 1 June 2014

Attending NILM 2014

I'm really excited to be travelling to Austin tomorrow to attend NILM 2014. I'm particularly looking forward to meeting other people working in the field, so please come and introduce yourself if you're also attending! I've been involved in two papers which will be presented at the workshop:

  1. A Scalable Non-intrusive Load Monitoring System for Fridge-Freezer Energy Efficiency Estimation. Oliver Parson, Mark Weal, Alex Rogers. This paper summarises the final chapter of my thesis, which covers a large scale application of my work to 117 UK households. I'll be presenting this work in the 'new perspectives' afternoon session of the workshop, and also as a poster in the poster session at the end of the workshop.
  2. NILMTK: An Open Source Toolkit for Non-intrusive Load Monitoring. Nipun Batra, Jack Kelly, Oliver Parson, Haimonti Dutta, William Knottenbelt, Alex Rogers, Amarjeet Singh, Mani Srivastava. This paper summarises the initial release of NILMTK; an open source toolkit for energy disaggregation research. This will be presented by Jack Kelly as a 30 minute demo in the final session of the workshop, and also as a poster in the following poster session.

I'll also be attending the Pecan Street WikiEnergy Data conference on the 4th of June, which also promises a very exciting list of speakers.

See you all in Texas!

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