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Mahsa Khorram
Mahsa Khorram
Assistant Researcher, GECAD Research Center
Verified email at isep.ipp.pt
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Load forecasting in an office building with different data structure and learning parameters
D Ramos, M Khorram, P Faria, Z Vale
Forecasting 3 (1), 242-255, 2021
272021
Office building participation in demand response programs supported by intelligent lighting management
M Khorram, O Abrishambaf, P Faria, Z Vale
Energy Informatics 1 (1), 1-14, 2018
252018
Demand response implementation in an optimization based SCADA model under real-time pricing schemes
M Khorram, P Faria, O Abrishambaf, Z Vale
International Symposium on Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence†…, 2018
172018
A methodology for energy key performance indicators analysis
P Faria, F Lezama, Z Vale, M Khorram
Energy Informatics 4 (1), 6, 2021
162021
Lighting consumption optimization using fish school search algorithm
P Faria, ¬ Pinto, Z Vale, M Khorram, FB de Lima Neto, T Pinto
2017 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI), 1-5, 2017
142017
Consumption optimization in an office building considering flexible loads and user comfort
M Khorram, P Faria, O Abrishambaf, Z Vale
Sensors 20 (3), 593, 2020
122020
Lighting consumption optimization in an office building for demand response participation
M Khorram, P Faria, O Abrishambaf, Z Vale
2018 Clemson University Power Systems Conference (PSC), 1-5, 2018
112018
Optimizing lighting in an office for demand response participation considering user preferences
M Khorram, P Faria, Z Vale
2019 International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and Technologies (SEST†…, 2019
102019
Lighting consumption optimization in a SCADA model of office building considering user comfort level
M Khorram, P Faria, Z Vale
International Symposium on Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence†…, 2019
92019
Optimization-based home energy management system under different electricity pricing schemes
M Khorram, P Faria, Z Vale
2018 IEEE 16th International Conference on Industrial Informatics (INDIN†…, 2018
92018
Sequential tasks shifting for participation in demand response programs
M Khorram, P Faria, Z Vale, C Ramos
Energies 13 (18), 4879, 2020
82020
Air conditioner consumption optimization in an office building considering user comfort
M Khorram, P Faria, O Abrishambaf, Z Vale
Energy Reports 6, 120-126, 2020
82020
Energy consumption management in buildings in the context of voluntary and mandatory demand response programs in smart grids
M Khorram, M Zheiry, P Faria, Z Vale
2020 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe (ISGT-Europe), 275-279, 2020
62020
Consumption Optimization of an Office Building using Different Approaches
M Khorram, P Faria, O Abrishambaf, Z Vale
2018 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI), 1634-1638, 2018
62018
Key performance indicators regarding user comfort for building energy consumption management
M Khorram, P Faria, O Abrishambaf, Z Vale
Energy Reports 6, 87-92, 2020
52020
CO2 Concentration Forecasting in an Office Using Artificial Neural Network
M Khorram, P Faria, O Abrishambaf, Z Vale, J Soares
2019 20th International Conference on Intelligent System Application to†…, 2019
42019
Load Shifting Implementation in a Laundry Room under Demand Response Program
M Khorram, P Faria, Z Vale
2020 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering†…, 2020
22020
Air Conditioning Consumption Optimization Based on CO2 Concentration Level
M Khorram, M Zheiry, P Faria, Z Vale
2019 20th International Conference on Intelligent System Application to†…, 2019
22019
Economic Impact of an Optimization-Based SCADA Model for an Office Building
M Khorram, P Faria, O Abrishambaf, Z Vale
Hybrid Intelligent Systems: 18th International Conference on Hybrid†…, 2020
12020
Load Forecasting in an Office Building with Different Data Structure and Learning Parameters. Forecasting 2021, 3, 242–255
D Ramos, M Khorram, P Faria, Z Vale
Feature Papers of Forecasting 2021, 139, 2021
2021
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