Thank you to all attendees, speakers and organisers for helping to make the NILM Workshop 2015 so successful!
You can view the presentations, download the lightening talk posters and see photo’s of the workshop by following the relevant links below. As per discussions that took place during the NILM Workshop 2015, we have also launched a NILM Wiki for collaboration and knowledge sharing.
About the NILM Workshop
The aim of the NILM Workshop is to bring together all the researchers that are working on the topic of energy disaggregation in both academia and industry. The primary goal is to provide a convenient forum to share common research goals and identify common themes for collaboration. The focus of this event will be on technical content, building upon the more introductory meet up we hosted in September 2014. Participation in the workshop is free.
Who should attend?
If you are an individual or an organisation interested in energy disaggregation then this is the workshop for you. The workshop is an open forum to encourage collaboration within the field and we welcome all levels of knowledge in this area, even if you are relatively new to NILM.
What is NILM?
NILM stands for Non Intrusive Load Monitoring. This is the process which disaggregates your total energy consumption into the energy readings of an appliance over a period of time, allowing users to see how much power a particular appliance has used during that time.
9.30am: Arrival and coffee
10:00 Welcome and workshop overview by Oliver Parson
10:30 Keynote Speaker – Mario Bergés
11:30 Poster lightning talks
12:00 – 13:40: Lunch & Poster Session
13:40 Academic Talks:
– Mingjun Zhong, University of Edinburgh – Incorporating long-term and population-level information into Machine Learning based NILM
– Stephen Makonin, Simon Fraser University: From socioeconomic concerns to standardising accuracy to water NILM
14:30 NILM evaluation tool (Imperial MSc Group) 15:00 Coffee
15:40 Industry talks: Introduced by Peter Davies
– Bruno Charbonnier, EDF R&D – DecorTic: a method for detecting and estimating the consumption of electrical space heating in residential housing
– Hjalmar Nilsonne, Watty – Introducing the Watty Dataset – a new open dataset available to NILM researchers
16:30 Discussions and plans for the next workshop
5pm Social event: We hope you are able to join us for a drink and a catch up after the event. Venue details TBC
See the presentations again:
Wednesday 8th July 2015
9.30am – 5pm
Imperial College London
The Huxley Building
Presentations will take place in room 308
We would like to thank our sponsors for their support and enabling us to continue running the NILM Workshops.
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