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Vojkan Tasic is senior researcher and Ph.D. candidate at ETH Zurich and Bits to Energy Lab, he is also Head of Electronics Development at the ETH Spinoff Amphiro - Smart water metering company. His main research interests are in the domain of using current IT achievements for increasing energy efficiency, especially for efficient hot water usage. Vojkan holds B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from University of Belgrade. He holds M.Sc. in Control Systems and Signal Processing from University of Belgrade. Before joining ETH as a PhD student he did his Master thesis at ABB Corporate Research Switzerland in the domain of advanced parameter and state estimation. He also worked in ABB, Mikroelektronika and founded the leading engineering webportal in South-East Europe - Automatika.rs.
- Energy harvesting
- Micro-generators for energy harvesting
- Embedded systems
- Energy sustainable behavior models
Tasic, V., Tiefenbeck, V., Schoeb, S., Staake, T., Short-term spark or sustained impact? Investigating the long-term effect of real-time feedback, ECIS 2015 (forthcoming).
Tiefenbeck, V., Goette, L., Degen, K., Tasic, V., Staake, T., ewz-Amphiro Study: On the Effectiveness of Real-Time Feedback: The Influence of Demographics, Attitudes, and Personality Traits, Final report to the Swiss Federal Office of Energy; July 2014. (forthcoming).
Tiefenbeck, V., Tasic, V., Staake, T., Goette, L., Real-time feedback and social dynamics in energy conservation: evidence from randomized trials with 50,000 showers, Behavior, Energy and Climate Change (BECC 2013), Sacramento, USA, November 18-20.
Tiefenbeck, V., Tasic, V., Schoeb, S., Degen, K., Goette, L., Fleisch, E., Staake, T., Abschlussbericht der ewz-Amphiro-Studie, Final report to ewz; November 2013. [PDF]
Tiefenbeck, V., Tasic, V., Schoeb, S., Staake, T., Mechatronics to drive environmental sustainability: measuring, visualizing and transforming consumer patterns on a large scale, Energy Informatics 2013, Vienna, Austria, November 12-13. [PDF]
Tiefenbeck, V., Tasic, V., Staake, T., Showered with feedback – How real-time information can change our daily habits, Invited talk at IEA Demand Side Management Workshop Task 24; Luzern; October 15, 2013.
Tiefenbeck, V., Tasic, V., Staake, T., Fleisch, E., The effects of real-time feedback on resource consumption in single- and multi-person households, Swiss Society of Economics and Statistics Meeting 2013: The Energy Transition and its Challenges; Neuchâtel; June 20-21, 2013. [PDF]
Tasic, V., Staake, T., Stiefmeier, T., Tiefenbeck, V., Fleisch, E., Tröster, G., Self-powered Water Meter for Direct Feedback, The 3rd International Conference on the Internet of Things (IoT 2012); Wuxi, China; October 2012. [PDF]
Staake, T., Tasic, V., Warmwassererzeugung nach Energiequelle, Working Paper 2011-07, Bits to Energy Lab, ETH Zürich, 2011. [PDF]
- Teaching assistant of Prof. Elgar Fleisch (2009/2010, 2010/2011)