He applies data analytic techniques to enrich data/publications repositories and platforms utilised under the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) principle.
Ramon has been working at the Oxford e-Research Centre since 2010, investigating in different areas such as energy analytics and computational linguistics. Before that, he worked at Department of computer Science, University of Oxford. He holds a Computer Science degree and ML master from the Universidad Politecnica de Valencia (Spain).
EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account. Modelling and prediction of the energy demand of stores using data-driven approaches. 2017-2018
Granell, R.; Axon, C.J.; Kolokotroni, M.; Wallom, D.C.H.; "Does the London urban heat island affect electricity consumption of small supermarkets?" Manchester Energy and Electrical Power Systems "Big Data Applications in Power Systems" Workshop. Manchester (UK), 2017
Granell, R.; Axon, C.J.; Wallom, D.C.H.; "A Dirichlet process mixture model for clustering of household electricity load profiles". In: 9th International Conference on Machine Learning and Data Mining, Poster Proceedings, pp. 1-6 New York (USA), 2013.
Data analytics and machine learning techniques applied to different areas such as energy, linguistics and data management.