Value in Energy Data Webinar Series: An Audience with Professor Hermann de Meer

Published: 10 May 2021

As part of the Value in Energy Data Webinar Series, we have invited Professor Hermann de Meer from the University of Passau, Germany to share some of his insights with us.  The aims of this series are to demonstrate the challenges and opportunities that come from making energy data open, and the value that this can create –  from new applications to the new AI techniques which can be applied and developed.

As open energy data and analytics are in relative infancy compared to other sectors, it seems especially important to build awareness and understanding around ethics in data and the risks of AI in the energy system.

Prof. Hermann de Meer received his Ph.D. from University of  Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, in 1992. He had been an Assistant Professor at Hamburg University, Germany, a Visiting Professor at Columbia University in New York City, USA, and a Reader at University College London, UK. Professor de Meer has been appointed as Full Professor at the University of Passau, Germany, and as Honorary Professor at University College London, UK, since 2003.

His research interests include cloud computing, energy systems, network virtualization, IT security, smart grid, smart city, industry 4.0, digitalization of energy systems, computer networks and communications, and distributed systems.

Join us for this free webinar on 19th May 2021 by registering your place today.