SEAS Workshop - 15-17 December 2015

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SEAS Workshop

Boost the Knowledge Model and the Pilot development

15–17 December 2015, Paris, France

The workshop is organized on three days. Three half-days of plenary sessions with keynote speakers, and six 90 min parallel working sessions animated by knowledge experts.

Participants are split in groups, each focusing on a specific topic. In order to arrange the groups, participants have been asked to fill in the following form before December 8th.

Objectives of the Requirement Capturing Sessions

During each working session, the Knowledge Expert will animate the discussions to answer the following questions:

Animators will gather the "requirements", and potentially draft an ontology that represent this topic. They are free to choose any tool or methodology they like.

Participants are encouraged:

Next moves:

Objectives of the Technical sessions

The goal of technical sessions is to help partners get started with the use of the SEAS Knowledge Model for the development of their pilot. After these sessions, partners should have a relatively clear understanding of how messages compatible with the SEAS Knowledge Model should look like, how they can store and query them, and what they can do with them.

They should mostly consist of 30 min of theory, and 60 min of practice with actual examples from the SEAS Knowledge Model.

Technical sessions are suggestions. If some participants want to continue capturing requirements, an animator will accompany them to do so. The topic will be chosen by the participants. They can provide *additional* input to existing work, or choose to work on a different topic.

Tuesday, December 15th 2015

Plenary Session 1 - 8:30 - 11:30 - Tour T1 - Auditorium

8:30 - 9:00
Welcoming participants
9:00 - 9:30
Philippe Bourguignon - Senior project coordinator at ENGIE, coordinator of project SEAS

Opening talk

9:30 - 10:30
Catherine Faron-Zucker - Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis

Introduction to Ontology-based modeling and Semantic Web standards, and the benefits of using them in the Industry

In this talk I will present the principles of ontology based modeling and introduce the Semantic Web standards recommanded by the W3C to support it. I will illustrate my presentation with ontologies and datasets published on the Linked Open Data and show the benefits of using them.

The video on videolectures.net
10:30 - 10:45
Bruno Fiès - R&D Engineer, Information Technologies and Knowledge Dissemination Department, CSTB

Overview of data models already in use in the construction sector.

The video on videolectures.net
10:45 - 11:00
Kris McGlinn - Coordinator of project SWIMing at Trinity College Dublin

Short presentation of H2020 project SWIMing and the Linked Building Data W3C Community Group.

The video on videolectures.net
11:00 - 11:15
Matthias Weise - Consultant, Software developer at AEC3

Exchange Requirements Management with ReqCap: Collect and harmonize Linked Building Data use cases.

The video on videolectures.net
11:15 - 11:30
Maxime Lefrançois - Lecturer, Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne

Overview of the workshop agenda and goals.

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Parallel Session 1 - 13:30 - 15:30

Group A: Electric vehicles and charging equipments

Room T1-16.057C (10 seats)

Animator: Catherine Faron-Zucker

Keynote: Tuan Tran, "Optimal charging strategies for electric vehicles in a charging station"

Group B: Demands, offers, transactions / Contracts for demand-response or aggregators

Room T1-17.034C (10 seats)

Animator: Bruno Fiès

Keynote: Jan Segerstam, "Interaction of Energy Markets and Smart Technologies"

Group C: Data privacy and access control - contracts

Room T1-17.096C (10 seats)

Animator: Maxime Lefrançois

Group D: Describing very light messages sent to/from sensor/actuators

Room T1-16.073C (10 seats)

Animator: Kris McGlinn

Group E: Smart Building Zones and Environmental Factors

Room T1-16.064B (12 seats)

Animator: Jarmo Kalaoja and Matthias Weise

Keynote: Faysal Basci, "Optimization of Energy at home based on user comfort"

Parallel Session 2 - 16:00 - 18:00

Group A: Electric vehicles and charging equipments

Room T1-16.057C (10 seats)

Animator: Catherine Faron-Zucker

Group B: Demands, offers, transactions / Contracts for demand-response or aggregators

Room T1-17.034C (10 seats)

Animator: Bruno Fiès

Group C: The infrastructures characteristics and limitations

Room T1-16.073C (10 seats)

Animator: Jarmo Kalaoja and Kris McGlinn

Group D: Smart Building and its interaction with the Environment

Room T1-16.064B (12 seats)

Animator: Matthias Weise

Wednesday, December 16th 2015

Plenary Session 2 - 9:00 - 12:30 - Tour T1 - Auditorium

9:00 - 9:30
Raphaël Schoentgen - Director Research and Technologies (CTO) and Member of the Executive Committee at ENGIE

The ENGIE support to the SEAS project

The video on videolectures.net
9:30 - 10:30
Fabien Gandon - Senior Researcher and Research Director at Inria

Semantic Web & the Web of Data: when the link makes sense

The Web has evolved in many directions since its birth in 1990. One of them is called the semantic Web and relies on two major changes: the ability to identify everything on the Web and the ability to describe everything in a machine readable way. In this talk I will recall these changes and show how linked (open) data allow machines to access the Web more efficiently and support new applications in virtually any domain of activity.

The video on videolectures.net
10:30 - 11:15
Jan Segerstam - Development Director at Empower IM Oy

Flexibility Operation in Nordic Demand Response Markets

The video on videolectures.net

Parallel Session 3 - 13:30 - 15:30

Group A: Basics of RDF and Ontologies

Room T1-16.059B (14 seats)

Animator: Catherine Faron-Zucker

Group B: Energy generation/load/storage/transfer

Room T1-16.057C (12 seats)

Animator: Bruno Fiès

Group C: Time series: history, observations, forecast

Room T1-13.064B (12 seats)

Animator: Jarmo Kalaoja

Group D: Controllable and non-controllable energy generators / appliances/loads

Room T1-12.062B (12 seats)

Animator: Kris McGlinn, Matthias Weise

Parallel Session 4 - 16:00 - 17:30

Group A: Basics of RDF and Ontologies

Rooms T1-16.032 (32 seats)

Animator: Catherine Faron-Zucker

Group B: Energy generation/load/storage/transfer

Room T1-16.057C (12 seats)

Animator: Maxime Lefrançois

Social dinner, restaurant Dorcia, 8 pm.

Thursday, December 17th 2015

Parallel Session 5 - 9:00 - 10:30

Group A: The Turtle syntax for RDF

Room T1-20.064B (12 seats)

Animator: Catherine Faron-Zucker and Jarmo Kalaoja

Group B: JSON-LD and JSON-Schemas

Room T1-16.057C (12 seats)

Animator: Maxime Lefrançois

Group C: Query and Visualize RDF using Web Services

Room T1-18.064B (12 seats)

Animator: Kris McGlinn

Parallel Session 6 - 11:00 - 12:30

Group A: Store, Query, Reason with RDF

Room T1-20.064B (12 seats)

Animator: Catherine Faron-Zucker and Jarmo Kalaoja

Group B: Expose RDF on the web through APIs

Room T1-16.057C (12 seats)

Animator: Maxime Lefrançois

Group C: Query and Visualize RDF using Web Services

Room T1-18.064B (12 seats)

Animator: Kris McGlinn

Plenary Session 3 - 14:00 - 16:00 - Tour T1 - Auditorium

14:00 - 14:45 - Keynote on Electric Vehicles
Ludovic Coutant - Senior Consultant SmartGrid/SmartCity at Items International, member of the eMI³

The eMobility ICT Interoperability Innovation Group

The video on videolectures.net
14:45 - 15:15
Lamya Belhaj - ICAM

SEAS/FUSE-IT joint demonstration on Gazi Technopark

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15:30 - 16:00
Maxime Lefrançois, Philippe Bourguignon

Wrapping up presentation

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