Invited talks on battery research by Prof. Erik Schaltz and Prof. Simona Onori
Two short talks on battery research by Assoc. Prof. Erik Schaltz, Aalborg University, and Assoc. Prof. Simona Onori , Standford University.
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- Date: 10 Jan 2024
- Time: 09:00 AM to 10:00 AM
- All times are (UTC+01:00) Copenhagen
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Zoom link: https://dtudk.zoom.us/j/62246084332
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- Co-sponsored by DTU Wind and Energy Systems
Battery state estimation and battery research activities at AAU
Erik Schaltz is an Associate Professor at the Department of Energy at Aalborg University. He received his Ph.D. degree in 2008 from Aalborg University, Denmark during which he had a short visit to Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago. Currently, he heads the e-Mobility and drives research and is vice-leader of the batteries research at Dept. Energy Technology at AAU. His activities include research, lecturing and study coordination. His research interests include power converters, capacitor/batteries storage, machine reinforced state estimation for batteries, and reversible power-to-X.
Battery research at Stanford Energy Control Lab
Simona Onori is an Associate Professor at the Department of Energy Science and Engineering at Stanford University, and Director of the Stanford Energy Control Lab. She received her Ph.D. in Control Engineering in 2007 from University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’. From 2013 – 2017 she was Assistant Professor at Clemson University-International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) where she also held a courtesy appointment in Electrical Engineering. From 2007-2013 she was a post doc and subsequently a Research Scientist with the Center for Automotive Research and lecturer in the Mechanical Engineering Department at The Ohio State University. Currently her activities include research and lecturing within the fields modeling, control and optimization of dynamic systems, model based control, battery health estimation, energy storage systems including fuel cells, batteries and supercapacitors.