Presentations-Vehicle Electrification Group - Carnegie Mellon University

Presentations

2013

  1. Michalek, J.J., Electric Vehicles: A Techno-Economic and Environmental Assessment of Costs, Benefits, Challenges and Strategies, Carnegie Mellon University Department Seminar, April 2013, Pittsburgh, PA.
  2. Michalek, J.J., The Costs and Benefits of Plug-in Vehicles: How Much Can We Control? University of California, San Diego. February 22, 2013, San Diego, CA.
  3. Mihalek, J.J., Plug-in Vehicle Life Cycle Benefits and Costs: Implications and Strategies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Feb 2013, Champaign, IL.
  4. Michalek, J.J. Air Emissions and Oil Displacement Benefits from Plug-in Vehicles, SAE Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Symposium, Feb 2013, Anaheim, CA.
  5. Michalek, J.J., Effect of Location and Driving Conditions on Plug-in Vehicle Benefits, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Jan 2013, Washington D.C.

2012

  1. Samaras "Technology and Policy for Cleaner Transportation," Toyota Future Mobility Seminar, October 2012.
  2. Karabasoglu "Global Control Optimization of Supercapacitor-Battery Electric Vehicles," INFORMS Annual Meeting, October 2012.
  3. Karabasoglu "Globally Optimal Robust Design and Control of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles," INFORMS Annual Meeting, October 2012.
  4. Weis, A. "Controlled Plug-in Vehicle Charging in High Wind Penetration Scenarios", INFORMS Annual Meeting, October 2012.
  5. Hendrickson, C. Electric Vehicles and Environmental Life Cycle Assessment, Purdue University Nextrans Sept 2012.
  6. Hendrickson, C. Electric Vehicles and Environmental Life Cycle Assessment, China-United States Balateral Forum on Strategic Development of Transportation, Shanghai, China August 2012.
  7. Michalek, J.J. Quantifying Plug-in Vehicle Benefits, Argonne National Laboratory, Aug 17, 2012, Argonne, IL.
  8. Karabasoglu, O. "Electric vehicle design and control research at Carnegie Mellon", Sabanci Museum, Istanbul, Turkey, 07/23/12.
  9. Yuksel, B. "Co-design of PHEVs for life cycle cost", Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tubingen, Germany.
  10. Michalek, J. Driving Design: Modeling the Influence of Market Forces and Public Policy on Vehicle Design Decisions, National Science Foundation Civil, Mechanical, and Manufacturing Innovation Conference, July 23, 2012, Boston, MA.
  11. Samaras and Michalek "Getting the Most Benefits from Plug-in Vehicles," Steinbrenner Institute Media Fellowship, June 2012.
  12. Traut, Elizabeth. "Optimal Design and Allocation of Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure for Minimum GHGs and Cost." ISSST 2012, Boston, MA, May 17, 2012.
  13. Kimball, P. "Global control optimization of supercapacitor-battery electric vehicles," The Meeting of the Minds (MOM), Carnegie Mellon University 5/9/12
  14. Karabasoglu, O. " Globally optimal co-design and control of electrified vehicles for minimum life cycle cost", Carnegie Mellon Annual Environmental Research Poster Session at Tung Au Laboratory, 5/8/12
  15. Karabasoglu, O. "Influence of driving patterns on life cycle benefits of hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles", Carnegie Mellon Steinbrenner Institude Environmental Expo, 4/26/12
  16. Pan, L. " Globally optimal co-design and control of electrified vehicles for minimum life cycle cost", Carnegie Mellon Steinbrenner Institude Environmental Expo, 4/26/12
  17. Li, G. " Comparison of powertrain architectures for life cycle cost and emissions", Steinbrenner Institude Environmental Expo, 4/26/12
  18. Yuksel, T. (2012) Development of a simulation model to analyze the effect of thermal management on battery life, Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress, April 24-26, Detroit, MI.
  19. Yuksel, T.  (2012) Evaluation of the effects of thermal management on battery life in plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, Battery Congress, April 23-24, Ann Arbor, MI.
  20. Karabasoglu, O. (2012) "Globally optimal co-design and control of electrified vehicles for minimum life cycle cost" Bennett Conference, 4/20/12
  21. Karabasoglu, O. (2012) "Influence of driving patterns on life cycle benefits of hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles", poster presentation, Bennett Conference, 4/20/12
  22. Cherng, TsuWei C. "Residential Charging Opportunities for Plug-In Vehicles in the United States." Bennett Conference, April 20, 2012.
  23. Cherng, TsuWei C. "Impacts of Residential Charging Opportunities on Plug-In Vehicle Adoption in the U.S." Innovation with Impact Research Exhibition, April 5, 2012.
  24. Traut, Elizabeth. "Optimal Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for Minimum Life Cycle Cost and Greenhouse Gas Emissions." Innovation with Impact Research Exhibition, April 5, 2012.
  25. Michalek, J.J. Are Plug-in Vehicles Worth the Cost? Valuing Air Emissions and Oil Displacement Benefits in the U.S., March 14, Toyota Motor North America, Washington, DC.
  26. Michalek, J.J. (2011) Air Emissions and Oil Displacement Benefits from Plug-in Vehicles, policy brief, presented to members of the Congressional Budget Office, the Congressional Research Service, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, and members of the U.S. House of Representatives, March 13-14, 2012.

2011

  1. Traut, Elizabeth. “Optimal Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for Minimum Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Cost.” INFORMS 2011, Charlotte, NC, November 13, 2011.
  2. Michalek, J., Are plug-in vehicles worth the cost? Valuing air emissions and oil displacement benefits in the U.S., Cambridge University, UK, Sept 2, 2011.
  3. Traut, E., and J.J. Michalek, Life Cycle Cost, Air Emissions, and Oil Displacement Potential of Plug-in Vehicles, Ford Motor Company, July 13, 2011.
  4. Sakti, A., Techno-economic analysis of lithium-ion batteries for personal vehicle electrification, Technology Management and Policy Graduate Consortium, Jun 26-28, 2011, Penn State University, State College, PA
  5. Traut, E., Optimal Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for Minimum Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Life-Cycle Cost, ISIE 2011, June 10, 2011.
  6. Traut, E., NHTS Survey Day Driving Distance and Estimated Variability to Inform Electric Vehicle Range Design, NHTS Workshop 2011, June 7, 2011.
  7. Whitacre, J., Li-ion Batteries; Materials and Function, Maxim Semiconductor Company, Sunnyvale, CA, May 3,2011.
  8. Traut, E., Optimal Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for Minimum Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Engineering Sustainability 2011, April 12, 2011.
  9. Traut, E., Optimal Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for Minimum Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Innovation with Impact Research Exhibition, April 7, 2011.
  10. Traut, E., Optimal Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for Minimum Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Institute for Complex Engineered Systems Poster Session, April 6, 2011.
    Traut, E., Optimal Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for Minimum Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Steinbrenner Institute for Environmental Education and Research Poster Session, April 6, 2011.
  11. Whitacre, J., Materials and Systems for Energy Storage: Technology and Policy, American Chemical Society Technology Group Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, February 16, 2011
  12. Sakti, A., Techno-Economic Analysis of Lithium-Ion Batteries for Personal Electrification. National Academies Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 23-27, 2011, Washington D.C.
  13. Traut, E., Optimal Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for Minimum Greenhouse Gas Emissions, National Academies Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 23-27, 2011, Washington D.C.
  14. Michalek, J.J., Driving Design: Modeling the Influence of Market Forces and Public Policy on Vehicle Design Decisions, Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation Conference, January 4-7, 2011, Atlanta, GA.
  15. Michalek, J.J., Material Use, Infrastructure Change, and Environmental Impacts of Alternative Fuels and Vehicles, Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation Conference, January 4-7, 2011, Atlanta, GA.

2010

  1. Samaras, C., Improving U.S. Climate Policy, Washington Speaker Series at the Cosmos Club, November 2010, Washington D.C.
  2. Whitacre, J., Bright Green Who is Traveling in the Local Green Fast Lane (Panel Discussion), Pittsburgh PA, November 2010
  3. Whitacre, J., Materials for Energy Storage, Science and Policy, 3M, Twin Cities MN, Invited Seminar, November 9, 2010
  4. Michalek, J.J., Are Plug-in Vehicles Worth the Cost?, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Nov 9, 2010, Austin, TX.
  5. Michalek, J.J., A MINLP Model for Global Optimization of Plug-in Vehicle Design and Allocation to Minimize Life Cycle Cost and Greenhouse Gas Emissions, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Nov 8, 2010, Austin, TX.
  6. Karabasoglu, O., Why Your Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle with a 40-mile Battery May Only Go 25, with Orkun Karabasoglu, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Nov 9, 2010, Austin, TX.Michalek, J.J., A MINLP Model for Global Optimization of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design and Allocation to Minimize Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions, ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Design Automation Conference, Aug 2010, Montreal, CA.
  7. Michalek, J.J., On the Life Cycle Implications of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, University of California Berkeley, Oct 22, 2010, Berkeley, CA.
  8. Michalek, J.J., On the Life Cycle Implications of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Stanford University, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Oct 21, 2010, Stanford, CA.
  9. Michalek, J.J., Product Design in Strategic Firm Decision-Making, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Operations, Information and Technology Group, Oct 20, 2010, Stanford, CA.
  10. Michalek, J.J., On the Life Cycle Implications of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, University of California Davis, ITS-STEPS Seminar, Oct 19, 2010, Davis, California.
  11. Whitacre, J., Deans Leadership Lecture Series Panel: Discussion with CEO of Westinghouse Aris Candris, Ed Rubin, and Andy Gellman, October 11 2010
  12. Whitacre, J., Energy Materials, Economics, and Policy, Solid State Ceramics Gordon Confernece, Colby College, Maine, August 18 2010
  13. Michalek, J.J., Optimal Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design and Allocation for Minimum Life Cycle Cost, Petroleum Consumption, and Greenhouse Gas Emissions, ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Advanced Vehicle and Tire Technology Conference, Aug 2010, Montreal, CA.
  14. Shiau, C-S.N., Do More Batteries Make a Plug-in Hybrid Better? Implications from Optimal Vehicle Design and Allocation, Seminar at Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, June 18, 2010, Berkeley, CA, USA.
  15. Whitacre, J., Batteries for Mobility, Toyota Sustainabily Seminar, 12-15 April, 2010, La Jolla, CA
  16. Whitacre, J., The Economics of Materials for Energy Storage, The Electrochemical Society, 217th International Meeting, April 28, 2010
  17. Whitacre, J., Advanced battery technology for stationary utility-scale applications, EPRI Research Advisory Committee Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA 3/31/2009
  18. Samaras, C., and Michalek, J.J., Managing Life Cycle Emissions from Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles, Auto FutureTech and GLOBE 2010 Conference, Vancouver, BC, March 25-27, 2010.
  19. Whitacre, J., Keynote Address:Feb 18, 2009 TMS Meeting, “The Science and Economics of Materials for Fuel Cells, Batteries and Supercapacitors,”
  20. Michalek, J.J., MINLP Global Optimization of Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle Design and Allocation for Minimum Cost and GHG Emissions, INFORMS Conference on Energy, Sustainability and Climate Change, Feb 2010, Gainesville, FL, USA.
  21. Michalek, J.J., Do More Batteries Make a Plug-in Better? Economic and Environmental Analysis of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Society of Automotive Engineers Government-Industry Meeting, January 28, 2010, Washington DC.

2009

  1. Whitacre, J.F. PHEV Battery Performance in  Vehicle to Grid (V2G) Utilization Scenario: A Technological and Economic Analysis, Lithium Mobile Power, 12 November, 2009 (Boston).
  2. Shiau, C.-S., Do More Batteries Make a Plug-in Better? Economic and Environmental Analysis of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) Annual Meeting, Oct 11, 2009, San Diego, CA, USA.
  3. Michalek , J.J., Optimal Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design and Allocation for Diverse Driving Patterns, ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Sept 1 2009, San Diego, CA, USA.
  4. Samaras, C., and Azevedo, I., Climate Infrastructure Analysis for Sustainable Resource Management: How Fast Should We Build? How Fast Can We Build? International Society for Industrial Ecology 2009 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, June 24, 2009.
  5. Michalek, J.J., Do More Batteries Make a Plug-in Better? Economic and Environmental Analysis of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, MIT Engineering Systems Symposium, June 17, 2009.
  6. Michalek, J.J., A Structural Analysis of Vehicle Design Responses to Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) Policy, poster presentation, MIT Engineering Systems Symposium, June 16, 2009.
  7. Samaras, C., and Azevedo, I., Integrating Climate Economic Policies with Climate Infrastructure Policies. U.S. Society for Ecological Economics 2009 Conference, Washington, D.C, June 1, 2009.
  8. Peterson, S., Energy Arbitrage with PHEVs. EPRI Research Advisory Council, March 31, 2009.
  9. Samaras, C., Planning for Low-Carbon Electricity Infrastructure and Integration of PHEVs. EPRI Research Advisory Council, March 31, 2009.
  10. Samaras, C., Matthews, H.S., Hendrickson, C., Morgan, M.G., Lave, L.B., Policies to Promote Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions and Oil Displacement. (Poster). 2009 Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Washington, D.C., January, 2009.
  11. Michalek, J.J., Impact of Battery Weight and Charging Patterns on the Economic and Environmental Benefits of Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles, National Academies Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 2009, Washington DC, USA.
  12. Shiau, C.-S., A Structural Analysis of Vehicle Design Responses to CAFE Policy, National Academies Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 2009, Washington DC, USA.