Emotion-based automation of intelligent environments using brain-computer interface
Intelligent environment aware of the user's mental states and able to react in order to influence these mental states, adapting the environment to help the user achieve his goals.
|Emotion-based automation of intelligent environments using brain-computer interface|
|1 July 2015|
|1 July 2018|
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|Maria Luiza Recena Menezes|
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Together with Halmstad Energi och Miljö (HEM) AB, we will investigate methods for analyzing energy consumption data from smart electricity meters and other intelligent sensors distributed on the local grid. The overall goal of the project is to investigate both data-driven and knowledge-driven methods for predicting critical failures (blackouts), understanding the needs for routine maintenance, detecting deviations in usage and operations in order to support high quality, sustainable services. This project is part of the EIS industrial graduate school (IGS), jointly funded by HEM, the Knowledge Foundation, and Halmstad University. This project will also strengthen our collaboration with the Power Engineering Lab at Portland State University (PSU).