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By | December 22, 2022

FOSDEM 2023 Energy Devroom Schedule Now Available

Members of the LF Energy community successfully applied to manage an Energy devroom at FOSDEM 2023, taking place Feb 4-5 in Brussels. The focus of the room is “driving digital transformation of energy systems to accelerate decarbonization”. 

The Energy devroom will take place on Saturday, Feb 4. The first half of the day from 10:30 to 14:30 will be presented virtually on the FOSDEM platform. The second half of the day from 15:00 to 19:00 will feature in-person presentations at the live FOSDEM event. Attendance at either the virtual or in-person events is completely free of charge, and no advance registration is required. The live event takes place at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.

Accepted sessions cover topics including open source best practices, green software development, home energy management, electric vehicle charging infrastructure, energy modeling, forecasting, and more. The full agenda has now been announced, and can be viewed below.

The LF Energy and broader open source energy communities look forward to seeing you in Brussels! 

Date: Saturday, February 4, 2023

What the energy industry can learn from how open source technology has transformed other traditional industriesKate Stewart, Ranny Haiby, Ferdinanda Ponci, Gabriele ColumbroD.energy10:3511:15
Challenges in Home Energy ManagementHow to best use your own PV-generated powerMarkus StormD.energy11:1511:30
Obstacles to open source in building energy technologyAn analysis of the German research landscapeFelix RehmannD.energy11:3011:55
EVerest: AC and DC electric vehicle charging with open source software and hardwareKai HermannD.energy12:0012:30
European EichrechtE-Mobility with Love & SecurityAchim FriedlandD.energy12:3013:00
Presentation of the SEAPATH projectErwann RoussyD.energy13:0013:30
Green software engineeringBuilding tools and ecosystems around green software engineeringArne TararaD.energy13:3014:00
Carbon Intensity Aware Scheduling in KubernetesParul SinghD.energy14:0014:30
Welcome to the on-campus Energy DevroomNico RikkenAW1.12115:0015:05
V2GLiberty: The open stack that couldHow we enable EV owners to be ahead of the industry, with open source softwareNicolas HöningAW1.12115:1515:40
OpenSTEF: Open Source energy predictionsFrederik StoelAW1.12115:4016:05
4 Years of Energy Management with openHABA personal story about smart homes, PV systems and EVs.Kai KreuzerAW1.12116:0516:30
Combatting Software-Driven Environmental Harm With Free SoftwareJoseph De Veaugh-GeissAW1.12116:3016:55
Getting to a fossil free internet by 2030A tour of the tech and policy changes to get us thereChris AdamsAW1.12116:5517:20
Power profiling with the Firefox ProfilerFlorian QuèzeAW1.12117:2017:45
Green Software panel discussionAW1.12117:4518:00
Update on open-source energy system modeling in the global south and including AfricaRobbie MorrisonAW1.12118:0018:30
Open data and open-source adoption in the energy sectorfilling the gaps with the open communityDavide FioritiAW1.12118:3019:00