Energy

Electric Power Grid

Large scale autonomic systems can understand their own state and, if there are failures, recognize the situation then take actions to reconfigure. These systems can be applied to concerns in business and government about what is happening and what works best or what leads to failure. The application of machine learning systems can produce a significant return on investment in a wide range of projects, from live video scene tracking for security monitoring to prediction of effective financial investment patterns, using data on social networks of investors and analysts.

Innovative Building Operating System Provides the Brain for Smarter Cities

CCLS Smart Energy team's work on Building Operating Systems

CCLS Senior Research Scholar Dr. Roger Anderson and the Smart Energy team's innovative work on Building Operating System was the lead story in the Columbia Engineering newsletter.  The article can be found here.  

Here are the team members who are part of this exciting work:

Selex ES, Rudin Management and Columbia University team up for energy saving innovative system Di-BOSS™

CCLS project with SelexES and Rudin Management

The global technology company Selex ES of Finmeccanica is bringing to market Di-BOSS™, a new generation of digital building operating systems that will be unveiled at IBCon 2013
(Intelligent Building Conference) at the Orange County Convention
Center in Orlando, June12-13. 

CCLS wins GE Ecomagination Innovation Prize

The CCLS submission “Creation of a Columbia Machine Learning System to Optimize the Recharging of Electric Delivery Vehicles in Large Urban Cities” has been chosen as the “Winning University Program” in General Electric’s Ecomagination Innovation Challenge of 2010.GE’s CEO Jeff Immelt presented the award funding the 3 year, $1.1 million project, at a live event in New York City on Novem

Panel: Is New York Ready For Electric Cars?

Event Date and Time: 
Fri, 04/23/2010 - 10:00am - 12:00pm
Event Location: 
Davis Auditorium, Room 412

In anticipation of the wider availability of electric cars, Columbia's Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science will host a panel discussion about the Northeast region's readiness for plug-in vehicles. Panelists include:

Kudos to the Secondary Group: Best Poster award at 2009 ICMLA

Secondary best posterThe poster - "Report Cards for Manholes: Eliciting Expert Feedback for a Learning Task" by Radeva, Axinia; Rudin, Cynthia; Passonneau, Rebecca J. (CCLS) and Isaac, Delfina (Con Ed) won the best poster award at 8th International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications (ICMLA 2009). Miami, FL.

Columbia Working with Con Edison on Smart Grid Technology

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Patented controller will
deliver power quickly and cheaply 

Software Project Pricing models

With the current focus on demonstrating the value of the projects we do for Con-Edison, I have been reading up on the different methodologies that can be used for evaluating projects. In addition, as part of the Technology in Business Management course that I am taking, we had gone through 2 of them - the Net Present Value and the Options Pricing Model. The book - Strategic Decision Making for IT Managers by Lucas (1999), briefly explains these two methods as well.

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Spotlight on Research: ConEd and Columbia Work to Prevent Power Outages

Spotlight on Research: ConEd and Columbia Work to Prevent Power Outages

posted 06/01/05

Spotlight on Research: ConEd and Columbia Work to Prevent Power Outages

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