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LTH best Master's thesis

Johanna Wilroth has been awarded the prize "LTHs Jubileumsstipendium 2020" for the best master thesis at LTH. In her thesis "Domain Adaptation for Attention Steering," Wilroth studied novel algorithms for improving the performance of hearing aids using EEG signals in combination with auditory input. The master thesis was done at the Department of Automatic Control, with Carolina Bergeling as main supervisor, in collaboration with the research center Eriksholm/Oticon in Denmark. The collaboration also involved the departments of Psychology and Mathematical Statistics at Lund University.


Robotics week!

AI Lund lunch seminar: Physics-informed learning for identification of a residential building's thermal behavior

Picture. A house with symbols of cold and heat around it.


From: 2021-12-01 12:00 to 13:15
Place: Online
Contact: jonas [dot] Wisbrant [at] cs [dot] lth [dot] se
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Title: Physics-informed learning for identification of a residential building's thermal behavior

When: 1 December 2021, 12:00-13:15

Speaker: Pauline KergusDepartment of Automatic Control, Lund University

Where: Online - link by registration


As space heating represents a large share of total energy use, thermal networks, i.e. district cooling or heating networks, would be able to increase the efficiency of the energy system in an economic way. Thanks to the natural inertia of heat exchanges, these networks can offer flexibility. In order to explore this feature, it is important to model building's thermal behavior in order to enable the use of demand-side management control strategies. In this work, such models are built through a physics-informed learning based approach, taking advantage of the available measurements.


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