Special Session - Smart Homes

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FDL 2012
Forum on specification & Design Languages

September 18-20, 2012
Vienna, Austria



Slobodanka Tomic, FTW, Special Session Chair
Dr. Slobodanka Tomic received her Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien), Austria. Since 2005 Mrs. Tomic works a Senior Researcher and Project Manager at The Telecommunications Research Centre Vienna (FTW), in national and EU projects in the area of “Networked Services”. Prior to that, Mrs. Tomic was working with the industry and as a research assistant at the TU Wien. From 2009 - 2010 Mrs. Tomic was involved in the nationally funded project “Semantic Smart Metering (SESAME)”. Since March 2010 she is managing the national project “Grid Responsive Energy Efficient Networked Home (GREEN HOME)”. Her current research includes energy economics, computational economics, modeling optimization and simulation of energy markets, agent-based systems for future market participation of grid responsive home environments in the Smart Grid, semantic enablers and computational intelligence for the user-centric control of energy aware smart homes, and service and communication enablers for data economies.
 


Jan Haase, Vienna University of Technology, Special Session Chair
Jan Haase received his diploma in computer sciences at Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. He then became a research assistant at the technical informatics department at Frankfurt University. There he focused on the field of computer architectures, dynamic and distributed parallel computation, middlewares, and embedded systems, resulting in his PhD thesis about the scalable, dataflow-driven virtual machine (SDVM). Since 2007, he is senior researcher and project leader at the Vienna University of Technology. His research interests include hardware/software co-design, design methodologies for heterogeneous (AMS+HW/SW) systems, power consumption optimization and automatic parallelization. He is IEEE senior member and current IEEE Austria Section Chair. He is author and co-author of more than 70 publications. He is associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics and served and serves as program (co-) chair or member in several program committees of international conferences like IECON, AFRICON, DATE, FDL, CSNDSP, ICIEA, Austrochip, and smaller workshops.

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