2016 - Users Conference - San Francisco - Academic Symposium
OSIsoft Learning Resources for Academia: Part 1
Attend this session for an introduction to OSIsoft Learning content. We'll discuss building PI into course syllabi as well as the available OSIsoft resources for classroom education. We'll help you to identify and access the OSIsoft Learning resources that will meet your academic needs.
Hear from two researchers from UC Davis who went from knowing nothing about the PI System to being competent PI administrators in a very short amount of time. Nicholas Madrid and Matthew Favetti will discuss their "Learning PI" journeys. Discover which resources they used, learn tips and tricks gathered from first-hand experiences, and hear about the support received along the way. "
Academia & Research
Nicolas Madrid is a graduate student at the University of California, Davis in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. His research focuses on developing automated sensor systems to monitor air quality of indoor environments where microbiologists are interested in the evolution of microbiota. Nicolas hopes to continue using his expertise in embedded system design to make future buildings smarter and more sustainable. He is very excited to share his work with everyone at the 2016 OSISoft Users Conference.
Matthew Favetti is currently a programmer at the Plug-in Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Research Center at the University of California. He has worked in the technology field since 2003, with experience in end user support and full stack web development. His current projects at the PH&EV center include creating web-based surveys for plug-in vehicle owners, developing tools to help potential plug-in owners evaluate the viability of electric vehicles for their lifestyle, and assisting researchers with analysis of data on plug-in vehicle purchasing and usage. Matthew lives in Davis, California.