Nguyen Thi Thao Ho has joined DAISY as an international postdoc under the supervision of Prof. Torben Bach Pedersen since June 2017. Her work will focus on large scale big data analytics. Specifically, her research agenda is built around big spatio-temporal data analytics and modeling: from identifying significant relationships and extracting top insights from big […]
The paper “Generation and Evaluation of Flex-Offers from Flexible Electrical Devices” (paper) by Bijay Neupane, Laurynas Šikšnys, and Torben Bach Pedersen is selected as the best paper in the eighth ACM International Conference on Future Energy Systems (ACM e-Energy 2017). The paper presents a state-of-the-arts flex-offers generation process to capture flexibility in the usage behavior […]
The paper “GeoSemOLAP: Geospatial OLAP on the Semantic Web Made Easy” (link) by Nurefşan Gür, Jacob Nielsen, Katja Hose, and Torben Bach Pedersen is selected as the best demo in the World Wide Web Conference (WWW’17) by reviewer’s choice.
Some time ago, Professor Qiang Lu acquired a large and unique traffic camera data set. He and his Chinese collaborators believed that this data set contains very valuable information, including information about the practice of using fake license plates for the purpose of avoiding ticketing. Having received the data, he then needed to find out […]
Daisy faculty members, Katja Hose and Bin Yang, have been appointed Associate Professors in Computer Science at Aalborg University in August 2015.
Katja Hose gets prestigious grant for young female researchers. DFF-YDUN is a special program funded by the Danish Council for Independent Research that promotes a more balanced gender composition in Danish research. The call in 2014 was open to all disciplines and attracted a total number of 553 submissions, out of which 17 (3%) were […]
Daisy professor interviewed about Big Data Daisy Professor Torben Bach Pedersen has participated in an episode of “Eksperterne” (The Experts) aired by regional TV station TV2 Nord, where he is interviewed about the potential and problems of Big Data, and Daisy’s research in the area. The episode can be seen here: http://www.tv2nord.dk/arkiv/2014/02/12?video_id=46051&autoplay=1 (in Danish)
Torben Bach Pedersen participates in the 2013 EU-US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium The US National Academy of Engineering has since 1995 arranged a series of Frontiers of Engineering Symposia bringing together top engineering researchers. Daisy Professor Torben Bach Pedersen participated in the 2013 Symposium representing Denmark and the topic of Big Data, along with 29 […]
Daisy researchers talk at ATV Big Data Event The Danish Academy of Technical Sciences (ATV) is, together with Infinit, hosting a meeting about Big Data and its potential, especially from a Danish point of view, on February 05, 2014 at the Auditorium, Novi Science, Aalborg University, Niels Jernes Vej 10, 9220 Aalborg Ø. Kristian Torp […]
The MIRABEL project receives smart grid award Researchers from the EU FP7 MIRABEL project have received the Best Poster Award at the World Smart Grid Forum 2013 in Berlin. The authors of the corresponding paper “MIRABEL – Efficiently managing more renewable energy using explicit demand and supply flexibilities” are Andreas Doms from SAP, Germany, Zoran […]