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The Alan Turing Institute – Energy Summit

When Mar 21, 2016
from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where University of Cambridge
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The Alan Turing Institute – Energy Summit

Date: 21 March 2016 (10:00 – 17:00)

Location: University of Cambridge

The Alan Turing Institute (ATI) Energy Summit will focus on the requirements, challenges, and opportunities of data science applications for the energy sector. Specifically the Energy Summit will involve the users (or potential users) from industry, government and various stakeholder groups to discuss the challenges they are encountering in the energy sector in dealing with big data and diverse datasets, with a view to identifying opportunities and potential areas where the work of the ATI could have a high impact on the energy sector.

 

This 1-day Energy Summit is organised by the Energy@Cambridge Strategic Research Initiative at the University of Cambridge in partnership with The Alan Turing Institute. The event is sponsored by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

 

The ATI Energy Summit will be opened with a keynote address by the Institute Director Professor Andrew Blake, followed by panel and open discussions led by energy sector representatives from government, energy trade associations and industry.

Confirmed panel members include:
-          John Batterbee (Energy Systems Catapult)
-          Pete Davies (Uniper)
-          Marieke Beckmann (National Physical Laboratory)
-          Mark Foster (BP)
-          Audrey Gallacher (Energy UK)
-          Detlef Hohl (Shell)
-          Chris Laurens (Shell)
-          Ian Llewellyn (Department of Energy and Climate Change)
-          Caroline Acton (Met Office)
-          Rupert Wilmouth (Government Office for Science)
-          Yoav Zingher (KiwiPower) 
-          Martin Crouch (Ofgem)

 

Who should attend: The Energy Summit is suitable for anyone with an interest in how data is used in the energy sector with applications ranging from formulation of energy policy to management of energy infrastructure. A detailed understanding of data science is not required, but attendees will have the opportunity to network with and learn more about the activities of the ATI Joint Venture partners (Universities of Cambridge, Edinburgh, Oxford, Warwick and UCL) and the world leading researchers working on the analysis and application of big data and algorithm research.

 

If you are interested in attending please register at the following link:
https://www.energy.cam.ac.uk/news-and-events/Events/event-registration

ATI Joint Venture Partners from the Universities of Cambridge, Edinburgh, Oxford, Warwick and UCL interested in presenting a poster about the outputs of ATI Scoping Workshops relevant to the Energy sector should contact:

 

Alan Turing Institute – Energy Summit Programme

 

Date:                                    21 March 2016

09:30                                   Registration

10:00 -   10:15                     Welcome and Introduction

Chris Abell (Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research, University of Cambridge)

 

10:15 – 10:45                      Key Note

Andrew Blake (Director Alan Turing Institute)

 

10:45 -12:15                        ATI Energy and Measurement Panel

Chair: Lynn Gladden (University of Cambridge)

Panel: Caroline Acton (Met Office) 

Marieke Beckmann (National Physical Laboratory)

Mark Foster (BP)

Detlef Hohl (Shell)

 

12:15 – 13:15                      Lunch and Poster Session

 

13:15 – 14:30                      ATI Energy Systems Panel

Chair: Ruchi Choudhary (University of Cambridge)

Panel: John Batterbee (Energy Systems Catapult)

Peter Davies (Uniper)

Yoav Zingher (Kiwi Power)

 

14:30 – 15:00 Coffee

15:00 – 16:30                      ATI Energy Policy Panel

Chair: Rupert Wilmouth (Government Office for Science)

Panel: Martin Crouch (Ofgem)

Audrey Gallacher (Energy UK)

Chris Laurens (Shell)

Ian Llewellyn (Department of Energy and Climate Change)

 

16:30 – 17:00                      Next Steps and Closing Remarks

17:00 – 18:00                      Drinks and Networking