15 de septiembre del 2015 - 10:00

DAREED Project findings Presented at a leading international American Conference

Brunel Business School (BBS) Researchers presented their paper entitled "A Decision Support System for Fostering Smart Energy Efficient Districts" awhich took place in Puerto Rico between August 13-15, 2015.

AMCIS is a preeminent research conference in the information systems discipline conducted under the auspices of AIS.  Each year, AMCIS attracts up to a thousand or more attendees principally from North America but increasingly from other regions of the world as well.  The conference program includes research paper presentations, research panels, keynotes, CIO panels, doctoral consortiums, and camps for junior IS faculty.

The paper based on DAREED project findings (work package 3 - Modelling and Simulation for ICT platform) was accepted by the E-Government: Smart Cities mini track in the conference. The paper outlined the technical concept of the Best Practices recommendation tool of the DAREED system. The tool aimed to compare and identify existing best practices to recommend practical actions to various stakeholders (e.g. building managers, citizens) in order to improve energy performance considering the global needs of a building. The authors of the paper were Uthayasankar Sivarajah, Habin Lee, Zahir Irani (Brunel University London); Roberta Rascazzo, Nicola Savino, Vincenzo Molendini (Centro di Progetttazione, Design & Technologie dei Materiali); Juan Jimenez and Antonio Martin (Instituto Andaluz De Tecnologia) respectively. The paper was presented at the conference by Prof Habin Lee which was well received by the audience and also received constructive feedback that will now be considered in the design of some of the DAREED platform components.

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