The University of Southampton

Intelligent Agents for Home Energy Management

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Date:
2010-2013
Theme:
Agent Based Computing
Funding:
EPSRC

This is a collaborative interdisciplinary project that is seeking to develop intelligent agents (and other machine learning techniques) within the smart grid in order to reduce energy use within domestic settings. The project brings together an interdisciplinary team comprising experts in the fields of intelligent agents and multi-agent systems (School of Electronics and Computer Science), renewable energy and energy efficiency in the built environment, and human factors in the design of automated control and feedback systems (Sustainable Energy Research Group and Transportation Research Group in the School of Civil Engineering and the Environment) at the University of Southampton.

Primary investigator

  • Alex Rogers

Secondary investigators

  • Nick Jennings
  • Dr. Patrick James
  • Professor 'Bakr Bahaj
  • Professor Neville Stanton

Associated research groups

  • Intelligence, Agents, Multimedia Group
  • Agents, Interaction and Complexity
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