Using the IoC pattern is more or less mandatory as soon as you will start developing big application.
Even if we have removed Spring dependencies from the woko code base (for flexibility purpose), it remains one of the
best IoC framework around.
When I talk about Spring here, I means mainly the IoC implementation but sometimes it’s about SpringRCP (for desktop app) or SpringMVC.
Sept 2012 - Nov 2015
District energy trading optimization
The RESILIENT project aims at designing, developing, installing and assessing the energy and environmental benefits of a new integrated concept of interconnectivity between buildings, DER, grids and other networks at a district level. The RESILIENT approach will combine different innovative technologies including smart ICT components, optimized energy generation and storage technologies, also for RES, integrated to provide real time view of energy demand and supply at a district level and support decision-making processes.
My team at CSTB was in charge of the platform integration. I built a n-tiers architecture based on REST web services to allow communication between the different softwares involved plus a network optimization engine based on genetic algorithms.
Java/JEE, REST, Stripes, Hibernate, Spring, Woko, Maven, Bamboo
Mar 2011 - Dec 2013
Friendly Intelligent Energy Management Systems in Residential Buildings
The main objective of this project is the development of an innovative energy management system for existing and new
residential buildings(BEMS), which pursues the increase of the efficiency of the energy used and the reduction of the global
energy demand of the building, but without penalizing the comfort levels of the users.
I was in charge of the data platform development. The main goal of this platform is to collect save and share all the
data exchanged between each module. My principal challenge in this project was to coordinate the development of each
module in order to ensure the global integration.
You can find more information about this project www.fiemser.eu
UML, JEE, Stripes, Woko, Hibernate, REST, Tomcat, MySQL, Maven, GIT, ChiliProject, Jenkins
Nov 2009 - Sep 2011
Reduce operating costs and energy consumption in commercial buildings
To reduce operating costs and energy consumption in commercial buildings, to develop the market of services in the
field of building, these are the objectives of the project SmartImmo Pole SCS.
The role of CSTB in this project is to define a building reference which provides both general knowledge about building
a simple model based on the IFC which can be enriched up by the information produced by sensors and a whole service for
handling such data.
I am involved in specification and design, and as a technical advisor for the development team. This application is built
over an n-tier architecture, providing first a data model, then a set of Web services allowing other applications to
communicate with the repository and building and finally providing both web application and rich client front-end used
to interface with users.
You can find more information about this project www.pole-scs.org
UML, IFC/Step, JEE, Spring, Stripes, Hibernate, REST, Tomcat, MySQL, Maven, GIT, Jenkins
May 2009 - Nov 2009
Intelligent Use of Buildings' Energy Information
A collaborative project co-funded by the European Commission. Its aim is to develop tools for measuring and analysing
building energy profiles based on users’ comfort needs.
My role was to develop the ‘Neighborhood Managment System’. This application was developed to support efficient
energy distribution among groups of buildings. The support timely and the optimal energy transfers from a building
to another was based on users’ needs and requirements. The optimization was done through the Genetic Algorithms.
Following an Agile methodology, I lead the development team, from the definition of specifications to deliverables.
- You can find here the video used to present the NMS application : Video
- Official website has been removed from Internet since the end of the project. You can still get some info through your favorite search engine
UML, Swing, Hibernate, Spring, Spring RCP, GA, ECJ, Groovy, HSQLDB, Maven, SVN
Sept 2007 - Nov 2008
Semantic Web-based Engineering Platform
SWOP is an EC funded R&D project which I was working on. It aims to provide an Open, Standards-based platform for
products and processes optimization.
The team at CSTB is in charge of designing and implementing the Genetic Algorithm Engine. This module handles
optimization of complex product configurations (manufacturing, supply chain, construction processes, etc.) via
Evolutionary runs, based on Product Data which is expressed using the latest Semantic Web technologies from W3C.
We also lead the design and implementation of an Eclipse plug-in which allows the integrators of the SWOP platform to
generate new end-users applications which depend on their concerns and a front-end, a web-based portal that allows
end-users to access the features of the SWOP platform.
Official website has been removed from Internet since the end of the project. You can still get some info through your favorite search engine
GA, ECJ, OWL, XML, Groovy, Velocity, J2EE, Stripes, Spring, Hibernate, Eclipse RCP, SWT, Maven, SVN