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Inauguration Colloquium for the Research Training Group “Energy Status Data“
07.11.2016, 16:00 - 18:15
KIT, Campus Süd
Geb. 11.40, Tulla-Hörsaal
Kaiserstraße 12
76131 Karlsruhe
The German National Science Foundation (DFG) has granted a research training program „Energy Status Data – Informatics Methods for its Collection, Analysis, and Exploitation“ at KIT, which has started on May 1st, 2016. Its objective is to address important scientific challenges in this domain. It will feature interdisciplinary work that includes computer science, engineering, economics, and law. Please see www.energystatusdata.kit.edu for more information. We invite you to celebrate the inception of this research training program with us by participating in an inaugural colloquium. The colloquium takes place on November 7th, 2016 at 4 pm in the Tulla lecture hall of KIT. Outstanding, internationally renowned speakers, Prof. Elisa Bertino from Purdue University and Prof. Tim Green from Imperial College London, will share their research perspectives on energy status data, recent results and expectations regarding the future. After the colloquium, researchers from the program will present first results of their work and explain the challenges they currently are exposed to.


Prof. Dr. Klemens Böhm
(Speaker of the Research-Training Group, KIT)
Overview of the Research-Training Group and its Objectives

Talk by Prof. Dr. Elisa Bertino
(Purdue University, U.S.A.)
„Security and Privacy in the IoT and in Energy Infrastructures“

Talk by Prof. Dr. Holger Hanselka
(President of KIT)
on the Role of the Research-Training Group within KIT

Talk by Prof. Dr. Tim Green
(Imperial College London, UK)
„The Importance of Data Science in Secure and Low-Carbon Energy“

Reception with Food and Beverages, together with Poster Presentations by the Research-Training Group
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Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
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