Hager and Cemosis Success story at ECMI 2018

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Christophe Prud’homme presented one of the Math-Enterprise interaction success stories at Cemosis called Math for Smart Energy project at Home (M4SE@Home, ECMI 2018, Budapest, Hungary.). It is a joint work with J.B. Caillau (Université Côte d’Azur) and G. Dollé.



With the multiplications of photovoltaic panels and the possibility to use household electricity production at home in Germany, new problems emerged. Massive energy rejection causes disturbances in the electrical network. Energy distributors now impose regulations on household energy profiles in the form of an energy roadmap (E-roadmap) prescription at critical hours subject to various constraints such as the amount of energy that could be rejected in the electric network. The E-roadmap is built using various sources of information such as the weather forecast or the energy stock exchange, and feeds an Energy Management Gateway (EMG) controlling the energy storage and usage of the batteries. From the household perspective, the objective is to optimize the production efficiency by minimizing energy wastes and possibly maximizing profits during the E-roadmap free schedule

The complete abstract can be found here.

Presented projects : Hager Project

Cemosis’s Team members on the project

Christophe Prud'homme
Director, Professor
Professor at the University of Strasbourg in the Institute of Advanced Research in Mathematic. He did his studies at University Pierre et Marie Curie and my Ph.D. under the supervision Read More
Guillaume Dollé
Research engineer; MSO4SC
Jean-Baptiste Caillau
Professor, External Collaborator
Professor of applied mathematics Univ. Côte d'Azur & CNRS/Inria


The authors would like to thank Marion Spreng for the great work during her Master internship

This work has received funding from French Agency for Mathematics in Interaction with Enterprises and Society (AMIES).