Energy Informatics

The group researches into ways of simulating energy transition pathways with intelligent control and adjustment mechanisms of evolving buildings with retrofitting and use, renewable energy production and energy storage in a changing climate.

Switzerland pursues an ambitious energy transition strategy which will be implemented until 2050. It is based on three pillars: more energy-efficient buildings, machinery and transport, increased use of renewables, especially hydropower, and the phase-out of nuclear power. These pillars are in line with this group research orientations, which can provide a valuable contribution thanks to the use of informatics technologies, such as simulation, machine learning, data analysis and visualization.

 

Group News

A smart scooter to improve battery management
tech — Nov 18, 2020

Ranging from bikes to cars, batteries are a key element of the electric mobility. Managing the autonomy of these vehicles is challenging. Using machine learning and smart scooters, Idiap researchers intend to enhance battery charging plans for a better mobility experience.

Artificial intelligence and energy, from buildings to cities
research — Apr 24, 2019

On May 7th 2019, Idiap will be hosting the “Artificial Intelligence & Energy” Symposium. Organized by the Centre de Recherches Energétiques et Municipales and the Idiap Research Institute, this event aims to open new perspectives in the energy research field.

Smart energy? A challenge for Idiap and Artificial Intelligence
institute — Nov 29, 2018

How to save energy, fight climate change and improve your energy supply? Be smart and use artificial intelligence. To achieve this goal Idiap Research Institute created a new research group in Energy Informatics in collaboration with the Centre de recherches énergétiques et municipales (CREM) dedicated to research in the energy field and local communities.

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Current Group Members

KÄMPF, Jérôme
(Senior Researcher)
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PERONATO, Giuseppe
(Postdoctoral Researcher)
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BASURTO DAVILA, Chantal
(Postdoctoral Researcher)
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QIU, Huajian
(Master Student)
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