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The Alan Turing Institute - Energy Summit

last modified Apr 03, 2017 03:49 PM

On 21 March The Alan Turing Institute (ATI) Energy Summit took place in Murray Edwards College and was organised by the Energy@Cambridge Strategic Research Initiative in partnership with The Alan Turing Institute and sponsored by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council(EPSRC).

The objective of the Summit was to highlight the requirements, challenges, and opportunities of data science applications for the energy sector. The Energy Summit invited the users, or potential users, of the Alan Turing Institute (ATI) from industry, government and various stakeholder groups. The summit identified a number of key areas where the activities of the ATI and advances in both data science and the energy community could have an enduring impact on the energy sector. These ranged from challenges around data storage, security, quality, standards and sharing.

 

The videos of the presentations from the main sessions and Q&A are available to view below:

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| Big Data and Measurement Panel

| Energy Systems Panel

| Energy Policy Panel

 

| Big Data and Measurement Panel

Chair: Professor Lynn Gladden, University of Cambridge

Panel: Caroline Acton, Met Office 03:08 mins
Dr. Mark Foster, BP 11:34 
Dr. Detlef Hohl, Shell 28:30
Walt Aldred, Schlumberger 41:20
Marieke Beckmann, National Physical Laboratory 53:48

Panel presentations

Question and Answers session

   

| Energy Systems Panel

Chair: Dr. Ruchi Choudhary, University of Cambridge

Panel: John Batterbee, Energy Systems Catapult 01:46 mins
Peter Davies, Uniper 10:42
Yoav Zingher, KiWi Power 14:40

Panel presentations

Question and Answers session

  

| Energy Policy Panel

Chair: Dr. Rupert Wilmouth, Government Office for Science 

Panel: Rosie McGlynn, Energy UK 02:33 mins
Martin Crouch, Ofgem 17:11
Dr. Ian Llewellyn, Department of Energy and Climate Change 31:41

Panel presentations

Question and Answers session