Energy consumption and production are changing, and the birth of eco-districts is now a reality which is a continuation of these changes. Eco-districts consists in grouping within the same territory entities which consume or produce energy and in managing these resources locally.
Alongside these developments, homes, shops and even offices are increasingly equipped with communicating sensors and intelligent devices that can be controlled remotely. It is therefore possible to control these devices taking into account several factors: the financial or environmental cost of energy consumed, the respect of comfort desired by the people and the intent of the directors of the eco-district. Many algorithms have been developed in order to plan and control devices more or less autonomous, while expert systems have often been excluded because of their lack of expressiveness in this area. The goal of this postdoctoral fellowship is to check if fuzzy expert systems can be used to plan devices which consume a source of energy.