Analysis of industrial time series

Title Analysis of industrial time series
Summary studying the recent advances in time series forecasting and their application in modelling time series of Alfa Laval's industrial machines
Keywords time series, machine learning, deep learning, LSTM, transformers, informer
TimeFrame ASAP
References [[References::Zhou, Haoyi, et al. "Informer: Beyond efficient transformer for long sequence time-series forecasting." Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Vol. 35. No. 12. 2021.[Best Paper Award]]]
Prerequisites Data Mining Course
Supervisor Hadi Fanaee
Level Master
Status Open

This is a fantastic opportunity to work with Alfa Laval, a world's leader and pioneer in heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling. During the project, you will have this opportunity to gain access to real-life industrial IoT data and gain first-hand experience with such kind of valuable data.

This project aims to investigate the application of recent time series models (such as transformers, informer, LSTM, etc.) for modelling sensor time series of industrial machines at Alfa Laval.

The main objective of this project is to evaluate the usefulness of recent techniques in modelling sensor time series. Generating accurate time series models opens new opportunities to develop new-generation of real-time anomaly detection systems and prevention of alarms and warnings. The benefits of more in-depth exploration are both in terms of technical and business value.

Detailed discussion is possible at my office (E505) with a previous appointment (