Final Program - Chicago, USA 27 - 30 August 2018 - Université de Sherbrooke

 
Final Program - Chicago, USA 27 - 30 August 2018 - Université de Sherbrooke
The 15th IEEE
Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference

          Final Program

      27 – 30 August 2018

          Chicago, USA
Welcome from the General Chairs
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, it is our great        Technology Conference and the Connected and
pleasure to welcome you to the 15th IEEE Vehicle              Automated Vehicles Symposium. Moreover, this 2018
Power and Propulsion Conference. After the successful         edition is co-hosted by Argonne National Laboratory, a
2017 edition in Belfort (France), we had the difficult        world leading lab and world class facility for vehicular
task of maintaining the best scientific and technical         power and propulsion and a multidisciplinary science
level for our conference. This challenge was gladly           and engineering research center. So, we are certain you
taken up with a very strong international technical           will return home energetic with dozens of new ideas for
committee and with the most dynamic organizational            your research team.
team. Now, we are deeply convinced you will enjoy
                                                              To finish, we would like to express our gratitude to all
your stay in Chicago!
                                                              the people involved in this latest VPPC adventure. A
IEEE VPPC has become the flagship conference for              successful event happens with tireless efforts of
advanced vehicles. Specifically, VPPC tackles electric        volunteers. These four days of the conference are the
transportation from an advanced technical point of view       outcome of a strong commitment of numerous
and this significantly elevates VPPC to a high-level          colleagues: authors, reviewers, organizational and
conference       with   considerable     responsibilities.    technical committees, track and session chairs, plenary
Obviously, we have to design energy efficient systems         speakers, tutorial instructors, special session organizers,
and to propose new ideas but, moreover, we should train       the VPP TechCom and so many others. Special
students, develop cost-effective solutions and                recognition is due to Honorary Chair Prof. CC Chan,
conscientiously promote green technologies. The IEEE          VPP TechCom Chair Alain Bouscayrol, TPC Chairs
VPPC2018 Technical Committee has prepared a very              Dominik Karbowsky, Samir Jemei and Sousso
strong program for the vehicle power and propulsion           Kelouwani, and our tireless VTS support Rodney
community!                                                    (Clint) Keele. So, many thanks to those who contributed
This 15th VPPC conference is a very special one. For          to this VPPC edition! Their energy and commitment has
the first time, the whole Vehicular Technology Society        ensured an exciting and professional event.
is together. We are very excited to share these few days
with our IEEE VTS colleagues and together we can              João Pedro Trovão, Sylvain Pagerit, Loïc Boulon
provide you access to two more events: the Vehicular          General Chairs, IEEE VPPC2018

        Welcome from the Technical Program Committee Chairs
The Technical Program Committee (TPC) is pleased to           Chairs Aymeric Rousseau, Argonne National
welcome you to the 15th IEEE Vehicle Power and                Laboratory, USA, Nadia Steiner, Univ. Bourgogne,
Propulsion Conference (IEEE VPPC2018) in Chicago,             Franche-Comté, France and Hicham Chaoui, Carleton
USA, under a shared organization between Argonne              University, Canada.
National Laboratory, University of Sherbrooke and             All are organized in order to address new, more
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières.                        advanced and interesting point of views in this very
The TPC committee has organized a notable program             important field for a more electric mobility. The
that advances the current technical and research trends       technical program consists of 18 oral sessions and 1
to provide a forum for sharing knowledge, experience          poster session. All the accepted full papers will be
and creative ideas regarding the next generation of           published in the conference proceedings. In addition,
vehicles. In this IEEE VPPC edition, we have organized        the program offers 6 outstanding keynotes, with 2
7 Regular Tracks covering many exciting aspects about         jointly selected with the IEEE VTC conference.
vehicle power and propulsion. In addition, we also have       The creation of this impressive program would not be
prepared: (i) 3 Special Sessions under the coordination       possible without the voluntary and constant support
of the Special Sessions Chair, Arnaud Gaillard, Univ.         from outstanding colleagues that we would like to thank
Bourgogne Franche-Comté (France) and Eric Rask,               warmly. Special thanks go to the TPC members that
Argonne National Laboratory, (USA); (ii) Recent               organized a very effective review process with their
Results Track coordinated by Robin Roche, Univ.               professional and timely review or technical
Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France, Zheng Chen,                  contributions. We would also like to thank the invited
Kunming University of Science and Technology, China           speakers, Special Session and Tutorial Chairs that
and Walter Lhomme, Univ. Lille, France; (iii) 5               organized excellent sessions that will contribute with
technical tutorials under the coordination of Tutorial        their latest insights to this conference delegates.

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Of course, making a successful technical conference is       We look forward to meeting you in Chicago, USA, from
not possible without the contributions of authors, to        August 27th to August 30th. For sure, you will enjoy
whom we would like to express our gratitude for having       this IEEE VPPC edition in Chicago!
decided to present and share their ideas and works to
our community.
We would also like to thank the IEEE VPPC2018                Dominik Karbowski, Samir Jemei & Sousso Kelouwani
Organization and VPP TechCom for its full support.           TPC Chairs, IEEE VPPC2018

              Welcome from the VTS Technical Committee Chair
On behalf of the Vehicle Power Propulsion (VPP)              Joao Trovao (University of Sherbrooke, Canada),
Technical Committee of IEEE VTS, it is my great              VPPC2018 general chair, Sylvain Pagerit (Argonne
pleasure to welcome you to the 15th IEEE Vehicle             National Laboratory, USA) and Prof. Loïc Boulon
Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC2018).                  (University of Trois-Rivières, Canada), the VPPC2018
The VPP TechCom acts as Standing Advisory                    co-chairs and the local organizing team, for their great
Committee of IEEE-VPPC. In order to keep IEEE-               efforts to organize VPPC in Chicago in the best way. It
VPPC at the highest international level, different actions   was specifically a great challenge because of the short
and rules have been proposed. The VPP TechCom                delay from the last VPCC (December 2017, Belfort,
members are thus strongly involved in VPPC2018.              France). Special thanks Dominik Karbowski (Argonne
                                                             National Laboratory, USA), Samir Jemei (Université
IEEE VPPC2018 is jointly organized with IEEE
                                                             Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France) and Prof. Sousso
VTC2018-Fall in Chicago this year. It was an
                                                             Kelouwani (University of Trois-Rivières, Canada), TPC
opportunity to co-locate both conferences of VTS and
                                                             chair of VPPC2018 and the TPC members for their hard
we moved VPPC from October to August. Some
                                                             works to propose a high-level scientific program.
common events are scheduled to mix both communities.
As it is sure that “Information & Energy” will take an       According to the rotation of VPPC between Europe-
important part in the development of future vehicles,        Africa, America and Asia-Pacific, IEEE VPPC2019 will
such a joint organization should initiate contacts for       be held in Asia in 2019 (the venue is yet in discussion
developing innovative projects in that perspective.          when writing this welcome message) I hope that the
                                                             2018 edition of VPPC will continue to strengthen our
Special thanks to Prof. Alexander Wyglinski, VTS
                                                             community and will motivate everybody to attend the
President, the VTS Board of Governors, and the VTS
                                                             2018 edition!
Conference Committee for their strong supports,
specifically Prof. J.R. Cruz (VTS ConfCom chair and
financial chair of VPPC2018) and Rodney Clint Keele          Alain Bouscayrol, Chair
(VTS Program Administrator). Warm thanks to Prof.            IEEE VTS VPP Technical Committee

 Organizing Committee
                        Honorary Chair C. C. Chan               University of Hong Kong, China
                          General Chair João P. Trovão          University of Sherbrooke, Canada
                       General Co-chairs Sylvain Pagerit        Argonne National Laboratory, USA
                                         Loïc Boulon            UQTR, Canada
                          Finance Chair J. R. Cruz              The University of Oklahoma, USA
                      IEEE VTS Support Rodney C. Keele          The University of Oklahoma, USA
                       Conference Office Nuno Faria             INESC Coimbra, Portugal
                         Tutorial Chairs Aymeric Rousseau       Argonne National Laboratory, USA
                                         Nadia Steiner          Univ. Bour. Franche-Comté, France
                                         Hicham Chaoui          Carleton University, Canada
                         Awards Chairs Ke Li                    University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
                                         Tony Letrouvé          SNCF, France
                       Publication Chair Daniel Hissel          Univ. Bour. Franche-Comté, France

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Technical Program Committee
Chairs                                        Dominik Karbowski             Argonne National Laboratory, USA
                                              Samir Jemei                   Univ. Bour. Franche-Comté, France
                                              Sousso Kelouwani              UQTR, Canada
Special Session Chairs                        Arnaud Gaillard               Univ. Bour. Franche-Comté, France
                                              Eric Rask                     Argonne National Laboratory, USA
Track Chairs, T1: Energy storage and          Marcello Canova               Ohio State University, USA
generation, components and systems            Suruz Miah                    Bradley University, USA
                                              Ali Sari                      University of Lyon, France
Track Chairs, T2: Power electronics           Christophe Espanet            Sanceboz, Switzerland
 motor-drives and electric power systems      Hicham Chaoui                 Carleton University, USA
Track Chairs, T3: Vehicular electronics       Junmin Wang                   Ohio State University, USA
 and intelligent transportation systems       Ricardo De Castro             DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany
                                              Roberto Lot                   University of Southampton, UK
Track Chairs, T4: Control and energy          Simona Onori                  Stanford University, USA
 management of transportation systems         Scott Moura                   University of California Berkeley, USA
Track Chairs, T5: Modeling, analysis          Phil Sharer                   Argonne National Laboratory, USA
 and simulation of transportation systems     Giambattista Gruosso          Politecnico di Milano, Italy
                                              Namwook Kim                   Hanyang University, Korea
Track Chairs, T6: Charging systems            Jason Harper               Argonne National Laboratory, USA
 and infrastructures                          Chunhua Liu                City University of Hong Kong, China
                                              Pablo Arboleya             University of Oviedo, Spain
Track Chairs, T7: Hydrogen refueling          Marie-Cécile Péra          Univ. Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France
 infrastructures and fuel cell vehicles       Dimitrios Papageorgopoulos US Department of Energy, USA
Track Chairs, Recent results                  Robin Roche                   Univ. Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France
                                              Walter Lhomme                 University of Lille, France
                                              Zheng Chen                    Kunming University of Science and Technology, China
Special Session Organizers:
 EMR and Other Graphical Descriptions         Ronan German (Chair)          University of Lille1, France
                                              Paulo Pereirinha (Co-chair)   Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra, Portugal
    Electric (and Hybrid Electric) Buses      Paulo Pereirinha (Chair)      Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra, Portugal
     Technologies                             Hamid Gualous (Co-chair)      University of Caen Normandy, France
IEEE VTS Motor Vehicles Challenge (MVC) 2018:
Chairs                                  Samir Jemeï                         University of Franche-Comté, France
                                        Loïc Boulon                         Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada
Heads of Technical MVC Committees             Clément Dépature              Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada
                                              Sylvain Pagerit               Argonne National Laboratory, USA
                                              Aymeric Rousseau              Argonne National Laboratory, USA

VPP Standing Scientific Committee
Chair                    Alain Bouscayrol          VPPC2010 Chair, Univ. Lille1 – France
Members                  Philippe Barrade          HES SO Valais – Switzerland
                         Loïc Boulon               VPPC2015 Chair, Univ. Québec à Trois-Rivières – Canada
                         C.C. Chan                 VPPC2008 Chair, Univ. of Hong Kong – China
                         Daniel Hissel             VPPC2015 Co-chair, Univ. Bourgogne Franche Comté, MEGEVH – France
                         Theo Hofman               Technische Univ. Eindhoven – The Netherlands
                         Christophe Espanet        VPPC2010 Co-chair, VPPC2014 TPC Chair – Sonceboz – Switzerland
                         Paulo Pereirinha          VPPC2014 Chair – Polyt. of Coimbra, INESCC – Portugal
                         Aymeric Rousseau          Argonne National Laboratory – USA
                         Luis Silva                Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto – Argentina
                         Rochdi Trigui             VPPC2010 Co-chair – IFSTTAR – France
                         João P. Trovão            VPPC2018 Chair, VPPC2017 TPC Co-chair – Univ. Sherbrooke – Canada
                         Joeri Van Mierlo          Vrije Univ. of Brussels – Belgium
                         Chunbo Zhu                VPPC2008 Co-chair – Harbin Institute of Technology – China
                         Zi-Qiang Zhu              Univ. of Sheffield – United Kingdom

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Reviewers
Abdullah                                Giambattista Gruosso           Dung Nguyen
Md Shahin Alam                          Hamid Gualous                  G.P. Padilla Cazar
Redhwan Al-Shehari                      Gündoğdu Tayfun                Sylvain Pagerit
Ali Akrem Amamou                        Jihun Han                      Elodie Pahon
Yacine Amara                            Wei Han                        Pam Abdoulaye
Gaston Amaya                            Jason Harper                   Dimitrios Papageorgopoulos
Bani Anvari                             SK Hasan                       Joao Pedro Trovao
Pablo Arboleya                          Theo Hofman                    Serge Pelissier
Harikesh Arunachalam                    Ludovic Horrein                Louis Pelletier
Simone Barcellona                       Seyed Mohammad Hosseini        Paulo G. Pereirinha
Luca Bascetta                           Valentin Ivanov                François Perron
Mohamed Ben Marzouk                     Samir Jemeï                    Raffaele Petrone
Maude Blondin                           Jongryeol Jeong                Marie Poline
Loïc Boulon                             Chao Jia                       Eric Rask
Alain Bouscayrol                        Caoqiang Jiang                 Eduardo Redondo-Iglesias
Allal El Moubarek Bouzid                Junning Jiang                  Denise Rizzo
Marcello Canova                         Sun Jinlei                     Robin Roche
Chong Cao                               Aman Kalia                     Benjamin Rubey
Ali Castaings                           Mohsen Kandidayeni             Wael Salah
Marie Cecile Pera                       Dominik A. Karbowski           Mauro D. Santos
Hicham Chaoui                           Stefan Keller                  Ali Sari
Boli Chen                               Sousso Kelouwani               Manuela Sechliariu
Keyu Chen                               Arash Khalatbarisoltani        Séverin Kamguia Simeu
Chen Zhang                              Mehdy Khayamy                  Ahmad Shah Mohammadi
Zheng Chen                              Bill Kim                       Phil Sharer
Jongdai Choi                            Hyunjun Kim                    Daliang Shen
Daniela Chrenko                         Namdoo Kim                     Neeraj Shidore
Ricardo de Castro                       Namwook Kim                    Seima Shili
Sébastien Delprat                       Youngki Kim                    Shimin V V
Clement Depature                        Jason Kolodziej                Luis Ignacio Silva
Anatole Desreveaux                      John Kopasz                    Marco Sorrentino
Arnaud Devie                            Amine Lahyani                  Giancarlo Storti Gajani
Sophie Didierjean                       Felix-A. LeBel                 Davide Tavernini
Daniel Dobrzynski                       Heeyun Lee                     Simon Thompson
Yves Dubé                               Michel Lemaire                 Johannes Ultsch
Asmae El Mejdoubi                       Basilio Lenzo                  Jorge Varela Barreras
Nagham El Ghossein                      Adrien Letellier               Pascal Venet
Enwelum I Mbadiwe                       Tony Letrouvé                  Ram Vijayagopal
Betül Erdör Türk                        Walter Lhomme                  Emmanuel Vinot
Christophe Espanet                      Shouxiang Li                   Thanh Vo-Duy
Rui Esteves Araújo                      Xuefang Li                     Mohamed Wahba
Samy Faddel                             Chunhua Liu                    Lifang Wang
Alireza Fayazi                          Roberto Lot                    Xiaoman Wang
António Manuel Figueiredo Lopes         Alvaro Omar Macias Fernandez   Renxin Xiao
Vincent Freyermuth                      Sravanthi Mandalapu            Wu Yan
Masahiro Fukui                          Luqman Sulyman Maraaba         Xingda Yan
Arnaud Gaillard                         Neigel Marx                    Li Yang
Olga Galluppi                           Clement Mayet                  Donghun Yoon
Jorge Garcia                            Farid Meibody-Tabar            Liang Yu
Lucia Gauchia                           Eduardo Fernando Mello         Ming Yu
Franck Gechter                          Pascal Messier                 Meiling Yue
Ronan German                            Yasushige Mukunoki             Fengqi Zhang
Cristina Gonzalez                       Jonathan Nadeau                ChunHua Zheng
Manuela González                        Bao-Huy Nguyen                 Tao Zhu

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Registration
Registration will take place in the Normandie Lounge on the 2nd floor. Opening times are:
• Monday 27 August 2018             7:00 – 17:30*           • Wednesday 29 August 2018            8:00 – 17:30
• Tuesday 28 August 2018            7:00 – 17:30            • Thursday 30 August 2018             8:00 – 16:00
* After 18:00 on Monday, you may pick up your badge and tickets at the reception – bags can be picked up on Tuesday in
the registration are. (Your registration receipt is required to pick up your registration at the reception.)

                                                        Breaks
The refreshment & coffee breaks will take place along with exhibits and posters in the Grand Foyer and Normandie Lounge
areas on the 2nd floor. The breaks are held each day, Monday – Thursday, following the schedule:
•   Morning Breaks from 10:30 – 11:00                     •    Afternoon Breaks from 15:30 – 16:00

                                                Social Events
Lunch – Lunches are included as part of the full registration and will be served in the Grand Ballroom on the 2nd floor
according to the following schedule (note that lunch is not provided on Monday):
•   Monday 27 August 2018        Lunch on your own        •    Wednesday 29 August 2018        VTS Awards Luncheon
                                 from 12:30 – 13:30                                            from 12:30 – 14:00
•   Tuesday 28 August 2018       12:30 – 14:00            •    Thursday 30 August 2018         12:30 – 14:00
WIE Luncheon – The Women In Engineering Luncheon (by RSVP only) with guest speaker, Dr. Aylin Yener, will take
place on Tuesday, 28 August, in the Grand Traditions room during the normal lunch time from 12:30 – 14:00.
Reception – The welcome reception will be conducted on Monday evening, 27 August 2018 in the 2nd floor Grand
Ballroom from 18:00 – 20:00. Registration will be open for those just arriving.
Gala Dinner Banquet – The banquet will be on Wednesday evening, 29 August 2018, from 18:30 – 22:00 in the 2nd floor
Grand Ballroom. It will feature entertainment over an eloquent dinner.
Lunches, the reception and banquet require admission tickets and these are included in your registration packet to
gain entry. Be sure to present the correct day’s lunch ticket or you will not be served. You also may purchase tickets
for these events at the registration desk.

                                             Technical Events
Technical Oral Sessions – All technical oral presentations are scheduled during Tuesday and Wednesday on the 4th floor
in rooms 4K, 4L and 4M. Please see the included full technical schedule for individual paper and session details. Note that
paper presentation is a requirement for publication in the conference proceedings.
Technical Poster Session – All technical poster presentations are scheduled for Wednesday morning from 9:00 – 10:30 in
the Normandie Lounge. Double-sided poster boards, able to accommodate up to four A0-size posters per board (2 per side),
are available along with a means for affixing the posters.
Tutorials – Five separate tutorials (included with registration) are scheduled for Monday, 27 August. Full details can be
found in this program guide.
CAVS Symposium – The Connected and Automated Vehicles Symposium takes place on Monday, 27 August and is
scheduled from 8:30 – 17:45 in the Boulevard A room on the 2nd floor. CAVS is open to all delegates of VPPC and VTC.
See the VTC portion of this program guide for complete details on the CAVS schedule.
VTC Workshops – Six VTC workshops are available to VPPC delegates. All workshops are scheduled throughout
Monday, 27 August. See the VTC portion of this program guide for full details on individual workshops.
Industry Sessions – A full set of Industry Sessions are scheduled in parallel with both VPPC and VTC technical sessions.
Each day of panels and/or keynotes carries a specific theme:
     •   Tuesday, 28 August 2018, Grand Ballroom, 5G
     •   Wednesday, 29 August 2018, Grand Ballroom, Connected & Autonomous Vehicles (including Drones)
     •   Thursday, 30 August 2018, Grand Ballroom, Smart Cities / Internet of Things

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See the VTC portion of this program guide for full details on individual Industry Sessions. The Industry Sessions are open
to all delegates of VPPC and VTC.

                                  Tour at Argonne National Labs
Argonne National Labs has agreed to host an onsite technical tour of their facilities. The tour will take place on Thursday,
30 August from 13:30 – 18:00. A bus will leave after lunch at 13:30 from in front of the hotel. Seating is limited (set at 50)
so only delegates who have reserved a spot on the tour will be allowed on the bus. The tour will include:
     •   Visit to the Advanced Photon Source Accelerator to see how it is used for transportation research
     •   Visit to the EV-Smart Grid Interoperability Center
     •   Visit to the Advanced Mobility Research Facility, which tests conventional, hybrid, EV, and Connected and
         Autonomous Vehicles
At the conclusion of the tour, the bus will bring all visiting delegates back to the hotel.

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Industry / Technical Sponsors

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VTC and VPPC Opening Keynotes
Tuesday 28 August 2018 8:45–9:20 Grand Ballroom
The Times They Are A-changin’! Or Are They?
Martin “Marty” Cooper, Wireless Pioneer and ‘Father of the Cell Phone’
Wireless technology has evolved dramatically over the last 50 years, and yet many of the challenges of the future are
familiar.
Marty Cooper famously led the Motorola team that developed             of further development and resolving regulatory challenges,
the first mobile cellular telephone. He led the regulatory effort      Motorola introduced the first portable cell phone for consumers,
that resulted in a competitive cellular service that could serve       the DynaTAC 8000x in 1983.
handheld portable cell phones, a model adopted by most                 Marty then left Motorola to co-found Cellular Business Systems,
countries. Marty graduated from the Illinois Institute of              Inc. (CBSI), which became the leading company in billing
Technology with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in       cellular phone services. In 1986 he and his partners sold CBSI to
1950 and served in the Navy during the Korean conflict. He             Cincinnati Bell for $23 million. Marty and his wife, Arlene
joined Motorola in 1954. He earned a master’s in electrical            Harris, then founded Dyna, LLC, the central organization from
engineering (1957) and received an Honorary Doctorate from IIT         which they launched other companies including ArrayComm
where he serves as a Life Trustee. At Motorola, Marty and his          (developed multi-antenna arrays for wireless systems), and
teams created the Pageboy II, the first nationwide high capacity       GreatCall (the Jitterbug cell phone with large buttons and simple
paging system (1970), and the first public land-mobile trunked         features meant for the elderly, recently sold to Samsung).
radio system (1973) as well as numerous wireless innovations.          Widely recognized for his technical leadership, entrepreneurial
He became a division manager and ultimately served as vice             and business achievements, and his inventions and publications,
president and director of research (1978–83) for the company.          other achievements include: Life IEEE Fellow, IEEE VTS
In April 1973 Marty introduced the DynaTAC phone at a press            President, IEEE Centennial Medal (1984), Charles Star Draper
conference in New York City. To make sure that it worked before        Prize (2013), Prince Asturias Award for Scientific and Technical
the press conference, he placed the first public cell-phone call, to   Research (2009), Marconi Prize (2013). He is also widely known
Joel Engel, head of AT&T Bell Labs rival project, and gloated          for introducing the “Law of Spectral Efficiency” now known as
that he was calling from a portable cellular phone. After a decade     “Cooper’s Law”.
Tuesday 28 August 2018, 9:20–9:55 Grand Ballroom
Mobility and the Continued Importance of Efficiency
Ann M. Schlenker, Director, Center for Transportation Research, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
The transportation industry is experiencing an inflection point for new automotive technology, connected and
automated vehicles, mobility service companies, and electrification. Simultaneously, societal expectations are
evolving for urbanization growth and an on-demand service economy. Efficiency and optimization opportunities exist
at multiple levels in the value chain of mobility and can yield tangible benefits to the consumer.
The presentation will provide external drivers that are encouraging the shift from a transportation-centric focus to
mobility, and highlight research examples that demonstrate the need to remain centered on efficiency at various scales
of technologies, systems and services.
Ann Schlenker is the Director for the Center for Transportation        technologies and new transportation fuels. Her portfolio includes
Research at Argonne National Laboratory. Ms. Schlenker’s               early stage fundamental and applied light and heavy duty vehicle
applied research area is actively seeking to improve efficiency at     research that is informed by collaborative partnerships which
a component, vehicle and transportation system level, while            develop, demonstrate and deploy new technologies. Previously,
preserving transportation consumer choice, affordability and           Ms. Schlenker spent more than 30 years with Chrysler
domestic economic growth. Her responsibilities include                 Engineering in Product Developments, serving in a variety of
evaluating the energy and environmental impacts of advanced            executive positions.
Tuesday 28 August 2018 9:55–10:30 Grand Ballroom
Keynote
Julius Knapp, Chief, Office of Engineering and Technology, FCC, USA
Julius Knapp has been with the FCC for 43 years and since              exceptional professionalism and dedication to public service; the
2006, has served as the Chief of the FCC’s Office of Engineering       Federal Communications Bar Association Excellence in
and Technology (OET). OET is the Commission’s primary                  Government Service Award; the WCAI Government Leadership
resource for engineering expertise and provides technical support      award; the National Spectrum Management Association Fellow
to the Chairman, Commissioners and FCC Bureaus and Offices.            Award; the Association of Federal Communications Consulting
He received the FCC’s Silver and Gold Medal Awards for                 Engineers E. Noel Luddy Award; and, the Satellite Industry
distinguished service at the Commission as well as the                 Association Satellite Leadership in Government Award. Mr.
Presidential Distinguished Rank Award for exceptional                  Knapp is a Life Member of the IEEE. He received a Bachelor’s
achievement in the career Senior Executive Service. Mr. Knapp          degree in electrical engineering from the City College of New
has been the recipient of the Eugene C. Bowler award for               York in 1974.

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Thursday Keynotes
Thursday 30 August 2018, 9:00–9:45            Boulevard A
Open Research Issues for a Sustainable Hydrogen-Economy
Daniel Hissel, Director of FCLAB Research Federation - CNRS, Scientific Advisor of H2SYS, France
Continuous depletion of the crude oil and gradual increase in the oil price have emphasized the need of a suitable
alternative to our century-old oil-based economy. A clean and efficient power supply device based on a
renewable energy source has to be available to face this issue. Among the different technological alternatives,
fuel cell power generation becomes a more and more interesting and promising solution for both automotive
industry and stationary power plants. However, different technological and socio-economics hurdles have still to
be overcome before seeing competitive products in these fields.
Among them, different issues must be solved regarding development of specific components (e.g. air
compressors, high efficient power electronics, …), new on-line energy management strategies for fuel cell
hybridized systems, efficient state-of-health estimation methodologies, able also to operate in real-time and with
limited number of additional physical sensors. Moreover, regarding the increase of the durability and of the
reliability of those systems, prognostic algorithms able to estimate the remaining useful lifetime of the fuel cell
system under actual operating conditions are requested. Finally, cost reduction and public acceptance are key
drivers in the introduction of all new disruptive technologies. The proposed presentation will provide a state-of-
art on these different items.
Prof. Daniel Hissel (M’03, SM’04) obtained an electrical               currently the founding Director of the FCLAB Research
engineering degree from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure                 Federation (CNRS), devoted to Fuel Cell Systems Research and
d’Ingénieurs Electriciens de Grenoble in 1994. Then, he obtained       Technology and gathering about 150 researchers. His main
a PhD from the Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse in          research activities are concerning fuel cell systems dedicated to
1998. Until 2000, he worked for ALSTOM Company where he                automotive and stationary applications, modelling, non linear
was system engineer on electrical and fuel cell buses projects.        control and energy optimization of these systems and fuel cell
From 2000 to 2006, he has been an Associate Professor at the           system diagnostic/prognostic. He was Associate Editor of IEEE
University of Technology Belfort. Since 2006, he is a Full             Transactions on Industrial Electronics between 2004 and 2012
Professor at the University of Franche-Comté and ranked as             and Associate Editor of ASME Fuel Cell Science and
“Exceptional Class Professor” (highest ranking in France). He          Technology between 2006 and 2015. He is also the Chair of the
was successively the Head of the “Fuel Cell Systems” Research          IEEE VTS French Chapter and member of the advisory board of
Team of the Laboratory of Electrical Engineering and Systems           the MEGEVH network, the French national network on EV and
(until 2008), then he joined the FEMTO-ST (CNRS) Institute and         HEV. He has published more than 400 scientific papers in peer-
became Head of the “Energy systems modelling” research team.           reviewed international journals and/or international conferences.
Since 2012, he is the Head of the “Electric Actuators, Hybrid &        He has been awarded by the Blondel Medal in 2017 for his work
Fuel Cell Systems” research team in the same Institute and also        towards industrialization of fuel cell systems.

Thursday 30 August 2018, 9:45–10:30 Boulevard A
On Future Mobility
Alan Amici, Vice President & Chief Technology Officer, Transportation Solutions, TE Connectivity, USA
Technology is impacting mobility more than at any time in history. Uber and Lyft offer viable transportation
solutions for nearly any situation, creating pressure on the traditional ownership model. Alternative powertrains
are no longer exotic offerings of niche players, overcoming one of the major barriers to entry for fledgling
OEMs; that of the capital-intensive internal combustion engine. Drivers will have a variety of safety features to
reduce crashes and autonomous vehicles will change the mobility lifestyles of young and old. Each of these
technologies will affect the type of products the auto industry will need, so it is imperative to recognize the
trends and anticipate changes to the product offering.
Alan Amici is the VP and CTO, Transportation Solutions for TE          Electrical and Electronics – Fiat, Turin, Italy, Head of Global
Connectivity. In this role, he is responsible for thought leadership   Uconnect and Global Service and Parts, Stuttgart, Germany.Alan
on product and process innovation, strategic direction on              is the owner of two patents, is the recipient of the Walter P.
technology and guidance on advanced development. He is also            Chrysler Technology Award and is a member of the SAE
the technical manager for TE’s partnership with Andretti               Convergence Technical Council, where he served as the
Technologies and is active in talent development as a University       Technical Program Chair for Convergence. Alan holds an MBA,
Relations Executive Champion. Alan joined TE after a 30-year           a Master’s of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and a
career with Chrysler, where he held a variety of positions in          Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the
engineering, manufacturing and service, including Head of              University of Michigan. He is also a graduate of the Chrysler
Electrical and Electronics – Chrysler, Auburn Hills, MI, Head of       Institute of Engineering.

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Thursday 30 August 2018, 11:00–11:45                  Boulevard A
Thermal Management and Safety Concerns for Li-ion Batteries in Electric Mobility and
Autonomous Vehicles Applications
Said Al-Hallaj, CEO, AllCell Technologies, LLC, USA
Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery technology is emerging as the energy storage technology of choice for electric
mobility, autonomous vehicles and smart grid applications due to its high energy density, higher power density,
long cycle life, and steady cost reduction. However, recent and persistent high-profile safety incidents (e.g. Tesla
vehicles, Samsung smart phone, Boeing 787 Dreamliner) are posing serious concerns about the inherent safety
of Li-ion batteries and could hinder future growth of this critical energy storage technology. Alternative
technologies such as solid state and “beyond lithium” batteries are promising but are still in the early stage of
development and are not expected to replace Li-ion batteries in the near future. An overview of Li-ion battery
safety and thermal management challenges will be presented. Passive thermal management of Li-ion batteries
using phase change composites (PCC) technology will be discussed as an alternative solution compared to
conventional thermal management technologies.
Said Al-Hallaj is the CEO and co-founder of AllCell                           Technology (IIT). Said co-authored a book entitled “Hybrid
Technologies LLC, and a Research Professor of Chemical                        Hydrogen Systems” and has published several book chapters and
Engineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). Dr.               numerous number of peer reviewed and conference journal
Al-Hallaj earned his B.Sc and M.Sc in Chemical Engineering                    papers. Said is the co-inventor of several issued and pending
from Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST) and a                 patent applications in the areas of renewable energy, energy
Ph.D in Chemical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of                   storage and water desalination.

                                                           Closing Plenary
The VPPC Closing Plenary will take place in the Boulevard A room on the 2nd floor on Thursday, 30 August 2018 from
11:00 – 12:30. The Chair/Moderator is Sylvain Pagerit, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
11:00 to 11:45 – Thermal Management and Safety Concerns for Li-ion Batteries in Electric Mobility and Autonomous
                 Vehicles Applications, Said Al-Hallaj, PhD, CEO, AllCell Technologies, LLC and Visiting Research
                 Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
11:45 to 11:55 – Closing Message, João Pedro Trovão, IEEE VPPC 2018 General Chair
11:55 to 12:00 – VTS President Message, Alex Wyglinski
12:00 to 12:10 – VPP TechCom Message, Alain Bouscayrol
12:10 to 12:20 – IEEE VTS Motor Vehicles Challenge 2019, Walter Lhomme, University of Lille, France.
12:20 to 12:30 – Next edition of IEEE VPPC 2019 (To be decided in Monday VPP TechCom Meeting)

                                                                   Tutorials
Monday 27 August 2018 15:30–17:30 Room 4K                                     Mohamed M. Atia is currently assistant professor with the Department of
T1: Onboard Sensor Fusion Methods for                                         Electronics at Carleton University in Ottawa. He is the founder and
                                                                              director of Embedded Multi Sensor (EMS) research lab in Carleton
Vehicular Platforms                                                           University (https://carleton.ca/embedded-systems/). He received B.S. and
Mohamed M. Atia, Carleton University                                          M.Sc. degrees in computer systems from Ain Shams University in Cairo,
   Sensor fusion is the art of estimating accurate vehicle's state            Egypt in 2000 and 2006 and a Ph.D. in electrical and computer
information from multiple noisy sensors. It is the driving force that will    engineering from Queen’s University at Kingston in 2013. He held
power up the autonomous driving and connected vehicles ecosystem. This        several full-time positions in industry developing algorithms for natural
tutorial will give a “practical” and “hands-on” training session on sensor    language processing, online speech recognition, and real-time embedded
fusion technology for vehicular positioning and navigation technology.        multi-sensors navigation, guidance, and control systems. Dr. Atia is a
Theory and characteristics of common modern vehicles' sensors will be         recipient of the Alberta Innovate Association Award in 2011, the IEEE
discussed. This will include Global Satellite Positioning Systems, Inertial   excellence in PhD research in 2013, Mitacs Elevate Industrial Postdoc
Sensors, Vision, and Range sensors. Vehicles' kinematics and the art of       Award in 2014, NSERC PDF Award in 2015, and Queen’s University
Kalman Filtering will be extensively elaborated under different               Teaching Award in 2016. He has more than 50 international publications
environments, constraints, and scenarios. The training session will           in addition to one granted patent and two pending patent applications.
include a step-by-step guide on how to build a full Kalman Filter-based       Monday 27 August 2018 11:00–12:30 Room 4M
Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS). A skeleton MATLAB
code and real sensor data will be used to demonstrate this development.       T2: AMBER - Managing Simulations from
By the end of the session, you will develop an elegant EKF-based sensor       Individual Vehicles to Entire Cities
fusion engine that you can extend to meet your own project goals.             A. Rousseau, S. Pagerit, P. Sharer, Argonne National Laboratory

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Most Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) tools are designed for         served on the IEEE Board of Directors, and governing boards of several
a closed environment, or for a predetermined set of actions. Because of      IEEE societies, SAE, and PMI. He is a certified PMP.
the need for more flexible multi-vehicle simulations involving CAVs,            Benjamin A. Black is a Principal Market Develop Manager for Power
ADAS, regional transportation, large-scale and others, simulation            Electronics Real-Time Test at National Instruments and a Lecturer in the
workflows are getting more and more difficult to manage. Engineers need      Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Departments of The University
to constantly set up and switch between multiple tools, which make it        of Texas at Austin. He earned his Ph.D. in 2007 from the George
difficult to standardize and document their workflows. Based upon            Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of
feedback from our Autonomie users, we decided to work on a new               Technology. His research focused in the use of passive haptic robotics
application to provide a solution to these issues. Called AMBER, it          for teleoperation. From 2007 through 2012, he worked as a System
provides a platform of completely open and customizable workflows, and       Engineer at National Instruments focusing on advanced control and
enables engineers—both users and developers—to retake control of their       advanced simulation projects. Currently he focuses his time on
MBSE workflows.                                                              developing the NI platforms and strategy for the area of power
                                                                             electronics and power systems real-time simulation.
Aymeric Rousseau is the Manager of the System Modeling and Control
Group at Argonne National Laboratory. He received his engineering
                                                                             Monday 27 August 2018 16:00–18:00 Room 4K
diploma at the Industrial System Engineering School in La Rochelle,
France in 1997 and is currently pursuing his Executive MBA at Chicago        T4: Electric Powertrain: Energy Systems, Power
Booth. For the past 20 years, he has been evaluating the impact of           Electronics and Drives for Hybrid, Electric and
advanced vehicle and transportation technologies from a mobility and         Fuel Cell Vehicles - Vehicles and Energy Sources
energy point of view including the development of Autonomie (vehicle         John G. Hayes, University College Cork, Ireland, and G. Abas
system simulation) and POLARIS (large-scale transportation system            Goodarzi, US Hybrid Corporation, USA
simulation). In addition to leading numerous projects for OEMs and US
Department of Energy, Aymeric Rousseau has been providing the vehicle           The modern electric powertrain is relatively new for the automotive
energy consumption analysis for the US CAFE regulations and has              industry, and engineers are challenged with designing affordable, efficient
authored or co-authored more than 80 papers related to vehicle               and high-performance electric powertrains as the industry undergoes a
electrification.                                                             technological evolution. Co-authored by two electric vehicle (EV)
   Sylvain Pagerit is a Principal Systems Analysis Engineer and Software     engineers with decades of experience designing and putting into
developer at Argonne National Laboratory. He received a Master of            production all of the powertrain technologies presented, the new book
Science in Automatics, Control Systems and Industrial Engineering from       Electric Powertrain: Energy Systems, Power Electronics and Drives by
the Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France, in 2000, as well as a Master of       Hayes and Goodarzi provides readers with the hands-on knowledge, skills
Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Georgia              and expertise they need to rise to that challenge.
Institute of Technology, Atlanta, in 2001. At Argonne, he focuses his work      The book is a structured holistic textbook for the teaching of the
on the development of system simulation tools, originally for PSAT and       fundamental theories and applications of energy sources, power
Autonomie and now AMBER, as well as managing the group development           electronics, and electric machines and drives to engineering
environment. For the last 20 years, he also setup and manage High            undergraduate and postgraduate students. The book is fully supported
Performance Computer (HPC) clusters and design tools to facilitate and       with instructor and student companion websites.
optimize system simulations on HPCs. He received a patent and several           This four-part practical guide provides a comprehensive review of
awards for his work on Autonomie and PSAT                                    battery, hybrid and fuel cell EV systems and the associated energy
   Phillip Sharer is the Team leader of the Vehicle Modeling Tool group      sources, power electronics, machines, and drives.
at Argonne National Laboratory. Before that, he was an Autonomie                This tutorial is based on Part I of the book: Vehicles and Energy
developer and co-author of PSAT. He has been a Research Engineer at          Sources. Part I of the book begins with a historical overview of
Argonne for 19 years. He received a Master of Science in Engineering         electromobility and the related environmental impacts motivating the
from Purdue University Calumet in 2002.                                      development of the electric powertrain. Vehicular requirements for
                                                                             electromechanical propulsion are then presented. Battery electric vehicles
Monday 27 August 2018 13:30–18:00 Room 4M                                    (BEV), fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV), and conventional and hybrid
T3: A Verification Workflow for Electric Vehicle                             electrical vehicles (HEV) are then described, contrasted and compared for
Powertrain Controls (Part I and II)                                          vehicle propulsion.
Vince Socci and Ben Black, National Instruments, USA                            For more information: Electric Powertrain: Energy Systems, Power
                                                                             Electronics and Drives for Hybrid, Electric and Fuel Cell Vehicles, by
   The use of electric powertrains is automobiles is growing at a rampant    John G. Hayes and G. Abas Goodarzi, ISBN: 978-1-119-06364-3, John
pace. Engineers need to develop high-performing, reliable, and safe          Wiley & Sons, January 2018.
power systems with minimal schedule and budget. To meet technical and
business requirements, design organizations need collaborative test          John G. Hayes, PhD, MSEE, MBA, lectures at University College Cork,
environments to verify engineered products throughout the development        Ireland, and specializes in automotive, industrial and renewable energy
cycle. This tutorial demonstrates a verification workflow using an           systems and related power electronics, machines and electromagnetism.
electric vehicle powertrain use case. Test and verification methods are      He previously worked in Southern California for ten years at General
defined and applied in the various phases of the design and integration of   Motors’ Hughes Aircraft subsidiary developing EV propulsion and
the use case. The testing of the use case evolves from a full simulation     inductive charging systems for the General Motors EV1, the first modern
environment to a real hardware and software platform. Participants,          production EV. John’s recent focus has been on the development of
including designers and test engineers, will learn how to complete           integrated and holistic EV teaching materials for the engineering student
verification and validation of new electric vehicle components and           and the automotive professional.
powertrain systems.      They will experience the full workflow of              G. Abas Goodarzi, PhD, P.E., is the Chief Executive Officer and
verification and validation of a control system for an electric vehicle      President of US Hybrid Corporation, Torrance, California, which he
powertrain use case.                                                         founded in 1999. He is also the President of US Fuel Cell, a company
                                                                             formed with the acquisition by US Hybrid of the United Technologies
Vince Socci is a real-time test business development manager at National     PEM fuel cell transportation division. He served as Senior Scientist at
Instruments. He provides business and technical support for customers in     General Motors’ Hughes Aircraft subsidiary, and as Technical Director
automotive and off-highway HIL applications. With 30 years of                for the General Motors EV1. He has designed various EV, HEV, and
experience in aerospace, automotive, power electronics, and medical          FCEV powertrain systems for light, medium, and heavy-duty, on-road,
systems, he has engineering systems in the most complex applications.        off-road, and special-purpose vehicles.
His specialized areas of interest are embedded controls, real-time test,
and systems engineering. He holds a BS in electrical engineering, MS in
electrical engineering and MBA in technology management. Socci has

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Monday 27 August 2018 9:30–12:30 Room 4M                                       he has been the Founder and Director of the Center for Technology
T5: Advanced Motor Drive Control and Motion                                    Innovation, HUST since 2009. He has been appointed several visiting
                                                                               professorship positions: at NTUST, Taiwan (2010); UTS, Australia
Control for EVs                                                                (2012), University Lille 1, France (2015, 2016) and at TUM, Germany
Minh C. Ta and Thanh Vo-Duy, HUST, Vietnam                                     (2017). He is an author/co-author of 14 Japanese patents (12 of which
   After nearly 50 years of development, the Vector Control (or Field          also granted in US/EP), 41 international peer-reviewed
Oriented Control – FOC) – invented by Hasse in 1969 and Blaschke in            journal/conference     papers    and    21     national    peer-reviewed
1971 – has become a standard for Industrial AC Motor Drives. Today             journal/conference papers. His research interests include Advanced
commercial drive systems have already attained a very high-quality level,      Control of Electric Motor Drives, Control of Electric Vehicles, Power
of both dynamics and accuracy. Recent researches on motors drives have         Electronics Converters for Renewable Energy/ Smart Grid applications.
been oriented to specific topics such as improvement of performance and           Dr. Ta is presently the General Secretary of the Vietnam Automation
efficiency or reliability enhancement, etc. by means of design                 Association (VAA). He served as IEEE Vietnam Section Chair during
optimization and/or sophisticated/smart control techniques.                    2008 – 2011. He was the General Chair of the 2016 IEEE International
   In the first part of this tutorial, we will address to several advanced     Conference on Sustainable Energy Technology (ICSET-2016), a co-chair
control techniques that have been successfully employed for different          of the Special Session on “EMR and Other Graphic Descriptions” in the
                                                                               13th, 14th and 15th IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference
kinds of motor drives: Induction Motors, BLDC Motors, PM Motors,
                                                                               (VPPC). He was a Guest Editor of IET EST Special Issue on Energy
Switched Reluctance Motors for various industrial and automotive
                                                                               storage and electric power sub-systems for advanced vehicles. He was a
applications.
                                                                               recipient of the Second Prize Paper Award of the IEEE Industrial Drives
   In the second part of the tutorial, the application of motor drives in
                                                                               Committee in 2000, the 2012 Patent Business Contribution Reward of
EVs will be emphasized. The essential issues on control of EVs are
                                                                               NSK Ltd. Co., Japan, and the Nagamori Awards, 2017.
presented, including motor control, motion control, storage system, etc ...
                                                                                  Thanh Vo-Duy (M’07), received the B.S. degree and Master degree in
Several future trends on EV research are pointed-out, in which the             Electrical Engineering from the Hanoi University of Science and
Vehicle-to-Grid configurations is particularly beneficial to renewable         Technology (HUST), Hanoi, Vietnam, in 2004 and 2007, respectively. He
energy future commitment.                                                      spent one year (2005) to work as a robotics research associate at the
Minh C. Ta (S’94–M’98–SM’04) received the B.S. degree (with honors)            Faculty of Electric Engineering, Meijo University, Nagoya, Japan. In
from the Institute of Technology (now the University of West Bohemia),         2006, he joined the Department of Industrial Automation, HUST, Vietnam
Pilsen, Czech Republic, and the Ph.D. degree from Laval University,            as a Lecturer. Beside the academic duties, from 2009 to 2016, he also
Quebec, QC, Canada, in 1986 and 1998, respectively, both in electrical         served as Vice President of Hanoi Energy Joint Stock Co., specialized on
engineering. He joined the Department of Industrial Automation, Hanoi          the design, control and maintenance of various industrial processes.
University of Science and Technology (HUST), Vietnam, in 1987 as a             Presently, he is working towards the Ph.D. degree on the State estimation
Lecturer. During 1998–2004, he spent 6 years working in Japan (1998 –          and control of Electric Vehicles at HUST. His research interests include
2004), at Kyushu University, The University of Tokyo and at NSK                real-time control and data acquisition and its applications. Mr. Vo-Duy
Steering Systems Ltd. Co. He became Associate Professor at the                 served as the Secretary of IEEE Vietnam Section in 2010.
Department of Industrial Automation, HUST, Vietnam, in 2009. Besides,

                                       VPPC2018-Fall Technical Papers

                                                 Tuesday 28 August 2018
Tuesday, 28 August 2018 11:00-12:30 Room 4K                                   Tuesday, 28 August 2018 11:00-12:30 Room 4L
RT1-1: Energy Storage and Generation,                                         SS1: EMR and other Graphical Representations
Components and Systems I                                                      Chairs: Ronan German & Thanh Vo-Duy
Chairs: Varela Barreras Jorge & Guijia Su
                                                                              1 Automatic Driving Cycle Generator for Electric Vehicles
1 Automatic Estimation of Parameters of a Reduced Order                         Anatole Desreveaux, Alain Bouscayrol, Université Lille1; Rochdi
  Electrochemical Model for Lithium-ion Batteries at the                        Trigui, IFSTTAR; Elodie Castex, University of Lille 1
  Beginning-of-life                                                           2 Influence of the Dynamical Mass on the Fuel Consumption
   Yalan Bi, Song-Yul Choe, Auburn University                                   of a plug-in Parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicle in Simulation
2 Generating Lithium-Ion Cell Thermodynamic Efficiency                          Abdoulaye Pam, Université Lille1 - Sherpa; Alain Bouscayrol,
  Maps                                                                          Université Lille1; Philippe Fiani, Fabien Faval, Sherpa Engineering
   Félix-Antoine LeBel, Université de Sherbrooke; Joao Pedro Trovao,          3 Comparison of the Energy Consumption of a Diesel Car and
   University of Usherbrooke; Loïc Boulon, Université du Québec à Trois-        an Electric Car
   Rivières; Ali Sari, Université de Lyon 1; Serge Pelissier, IFSTTAR;          Nassim Noura, University of Lille; Anatole Desreveaux, Université
   Pascal Venet, Laboratoire Ampère, Université de Lyon                         Lille1 - L2EP; Alain Bouscayrol, Université Lille1
3 Modeling Battery under Discharge using Improved                             4 Heat Description of a Modular Cascade Machines System
  Thévenin-Shepherd Electrical Battery Model                                    using Energetic Macroscopic Representation
   Ruben Hidalgo-León, Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral; Javier         Kaibo Li, Harbin Institute of Technology; Alain Bouscayrol, Université
   Urquizo, Villanova University; Pablo Jácome-Ruiz, Universidad de             Lille1; Shumei Cui, Harbin Institute of Technology
   Chile; Jaqueline Litardo, Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral;
   Pritpal Singh, Villanova University; Jinsong Wu, Universidad de Chile;     Tuesday, 28 August 2018 11:00-12:30 Room 4M
   Guillermo Soriano, Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral                RT4-1: Control and Energy Management of
4 Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Model for Prognosis                      Transportation Systems I
   Abdelkader Haidar Detti, Samir Jemeï, Nadia Steiner, University of         Chairs: Roberto Lot & Samir Jemei
   Bourgogne Franche-Comté
                                                                              1 Development and Improvement of a Situation-Based Power
                                                                                Management Method for Multi-Source Electric Vehicles
                                                                                Ahmed Ali, Rushikesh Shivapurkar, Dirk Söffker, University of
                                                                                Duisburg-Essen

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2 Metaheuristic Optimization for Backstepping Control and                     4 Intelliegnt Energy Management of Vehicular Solar Idle
  Inversion Based Control from EMR for an Electric Vehicle                      Reduction Systems with Reinforcement Learning
     Maude Blondin, University of Florida; Clement Depature, Pierre Sicard,     Seyed Mohammad Hosseini, Mehrdad Mastali Majdabadi, Nasser L.
     Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières                                      Azad, John Z. Wen, Arvind Kothandaraman Raghavan, University of
                                                                                Waterloo
3 Fuel Efficiency Optimization Methodologies for Series
  Hybrid Electric Vehicles
     Boli Chen, Simos A. Evangelou, Imperial College London; Roberto
     Lot, Univerisity of Southampton

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 14:00-15:30 Room 4k                                   3 A Study on Economical Vehicle Platooning Strategy in
RT2-1: Power Electronics, Motor Drives and                                      Urban Driving Scenarios
Electric Power Systems I                                                        Yao Ma, The University of Texas at Austin; Junmin Wang, University
Chairs: Rakesh Ramachandran & Hicham Chaoui                                     of Texas at Austin

1 Loss Minimization Using Variable DC-Link Voltage                            4 Influence of Battery Charging Current Limit on the Design
  Technique for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor                              of Range Extender Hybrid Electric Trucks
                                                                                Tong Zhao, Qadeer Ahmed, Giorgio Rizzoni, The Ohio State University
  Traction System in Battery Electric Vehicle
     Libo Liu, Ulm University; Gunther Götting, Robert Bosch GmbH; Jian       Tuesday, 28 August 2018 14:00-15:30 Room 4M
     Xie, Ulm University                                                      RT7: Hydrogen Refueling Infrastructures and Fuel
2 Loss Modeling for SiC MOSFET Inverters                                      Cell Vehicles
     Gui-Jia Su, Oak Ridge National Lab                                       Chairs: Marie Cecile Pera & Javier Solano
3 Silicon Carbide MOSFET Traction Inverter Operated in                        1 Optimized Fuzzy Thermal Management of an Open
  the Stockholm Metro System Demonstrating Customer                             Cathode Fuel Cell System
  Values                                                                        Mohsen Kandidayeni, Alvaro Omar Macias Fernandez, Université du
     Martin Lindahl, KTH Bombardier Transportation; Hans-Peter Nee,             Québec à Trois-Rivières; Loïc Boulon, Sousso Kelouwani, Université
     KTH Royal Institute of Technology; Anders Blomberg, Bombardier             du Québec à Trois-Rivières
     Transportation; Erik Velander, KTH, Bombardier Transportation
                                                                              2 Ageing integration in PEMFC range extender model for on-
4 Experimental verification of power density improvement in                     board prognostic applications
  a GaN converter with the enhancement in layout                                Raffaele Petrone, FEMTO-st, Univ. Bourgogne Franche-Comte; Nadia
     Rakesh Ramachandran, University of Southern Denmark                        Steiner, Daniel Hissel, University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté; Marie
                                                                                Cecile Pera, Univ. Bourgogne Franche-Comte; Noureddine Zerhouni,
Tuesday, 28 August 2018 14:00-15:30 Room 4L
                                                                                FEMTO-ST Institute, Univ. de Franche-Comté/CNRS/ENSMM; Samir
RT5: Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of                                       Jemeï, University of Franche Comte; Stefan Hemmer, ElringKlinger
Transportation Systems                                                          AG; Ruud Bouwman, VDL-ETS
Chairs: Giambattista Gruosso & Shayok Mukhopadhyay                            3 Sizing of fuel cell - ultracapacitors hybrid electric vehicles
1 Optimizing Fuel Consumption and Pollutant Emissions of a                      based on the energy management strategy
  Spark Ignition Engine for Eco-driving Applications                            Javier Solano, Ricardo Domínguez, Andrés Jácome, Universidad
     Alice Guille des Buttes, Bruno Jeanneret, IFSTTAR; Alan Kéromnès,          Industrial de Santander
     Université de Bourgogne; Serge Pelissier, IFSTTAR; Luis Le Moyne,        4 On The Design of a Hybrid Fuel Cell – Battery Genset for a
     DRIVE (Univ. Bourgogne Franche Comte)                                      Refrigerated Semi-Trailer Truck
2 Analytical Derivation of efficiency map of an Induction                       Neigel Marx, Daniel Hissel, Elodie Pahon, University of Bourgogne
  Machine for Electric Vehicle Applications                                     Franche-Comté; Fabien Harel, IFSTTAR
     Kaibo Li, Harbin Institute of Technology

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 16:00-17:30 Room 4K                                   Tuesday, 28 August 2018 16:00-17:30 Room 4L
RT1-2: Energy Storage and Generation,                                         RT3: Vehicular Electronics and Intelligent
Components and Systems III                                                    Transportation Systems
Chairs: Ricardo de Castro & Marcello Canova                                   Chairs: Junmin Wang & Sean Brennan
1 Battery Pack Sizing Method - Case Study of an Electric                      1 The Security Issues of Modern In-Vehicle Networks
  Motorcycle                                                                    Wu Yan, Lifang Wang, Li Fang, Yanjie Guo, Institute of Electrical
     Félix-Antoine LeBel, Louis Pelletier, Pascal Messier, Université de        Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences
     Sherbrooke; Joao Pedro Trovao, University of Usherbrooke
                                                                              2 Slip Ratio Estimation for Traction Control of Electric
2 Smart Balancing Control of a Hybrid Energy Storage                            Vehicles
  System based on a Cell-to-Cell Shared Energy Transfer                         Thanh Vo-Duy, Minh C. Ta, Hanoi University of Science and
  Configuration                                                                 Technology
     Cláudio Pinto, FEUP; Ricardo de Castro, German Aerospace Center
     (DLR); Jorge Varela Barreras, Oxford University; Rui Esteves Araujo,     3 An examination of vehicle spacing to reduce aerodynamic
     University of Porto; David A. Howey, Oxford University                     drag in truck platoons
                                                                                Vasudev Vohra, Mohamed Wahba, Sean Brennan, Rui Ni, Gökhan
3 Using Pixel Array Method to Optimize Battery Remaining                        Akarslan, Pennsylvania State University
  Useful Life Model
     Jide Lu, Jean Andrian, Florida International University                  4 Fuel Economy and Naturalistic Driving for Passenger Road
                                                                                Vehicles
4 Design of a High Performance Battery Pack as a Constraint                     Xingda Yan, James Fleming, Roberto Lot, University of Southampton
  Satisfaction Problem
     Louis Pelletier, Félix-Antoine LeBel, Ruben Gonzlez-Rubio, Marc-
     André Roux, Université de Sherbrooke; Joao Pedro Trovao, University
     of Usherbrooke

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