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Wolf at HICSS 2019

Wolf both presented a paper and took part in a panel at HICSS 2019

At the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Wolf did not only present the paper "Heterogeneous Electric Vehicle Charging Coordination: A Variable Charging Speed Approach" (joint work with Konstantina Valogianni, John Collins, and Gediminas Adomavicius), but also participated in the panel "MACHINE AIDED WORK: HARNESSING THE POWER OF AUGMENTED INTELLIGENCE AND AUGMENTED COGNITION".

While the presented paper adresses the problem to set ideal prices for EV charging to mitigate adverse affects such as herding or demand spikes, the panel dealt with the conceptual and practical implications of computing technologies enhancing our work, decision-making, and cognitive process.