Dynamic Methods for Building Energy Assessment

PhD summer school at DTU Informatics
In collaboration with Dynastee, IEA and Build Up.

"Dynamic Methods for Building Energy Assessment"
18-22 June 2012, DTU, Lyngby, Denmark

Objective:

To consider time series analysis methods for obtaining information about the thermal dynamic and performance of buildings and building components. These dynamic methods can be seen as techniques which bridge the gap between physical and statistical modelling.

5 ECTS PhD (or master) level course

Prerequisites:

Basic knowledge on statistics

The course consists of lectures during the stated period, some preparation on time series analysis, and finally a real life case study for which the final results must be documented in a final report.
(see also http://www.buildup.eu/events/23791)

Coordinators:
  • Hans Bloem (hans.bloem@jrc.ec.europa.eu)
  • Maria Jose Jimenez (mjose@psa.es)
  • Henrik Madsen (hm@imm.dtu.dk)
Books:
  • "Time Series Analysis" H. Madsen, Chapman & Hall, 2008.
  • "Introduction to General and Generalized Linear Models" H. Madsen and P. Thyregod, Chapman & Hall, 2011.

To sign up for the course, please, contact Janne Kofod Lassen (jkl@imm.dtu.dk)

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