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Alain BOUSCAYROL


Prof. Alain BOUSCAYROL,

Alain.Bouscayrol@univ-lille1.fr
L2EP / Université Lille1 / MEGEVH
59 655 Villeneuve d'Asq cedex, France
Tel : +33 3 20 43 42 35
Fax : +33 3 20 43 69 67

 

Professor at Université Lille1, France

(update December 2015)

He received Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, France, in 1995. From 1996 to 2005, he was Associate Professor at University Lille1, Sciences and Technologies, France, where he has been a Professor since 2005.

From 1998 to 2004, he managed the Multi-machine Multi-converter Systems project of GdR-ME2MS, a national research program of CNRS (French National Centre of Scientific Research). Since 2004, he has managed the national network on Energy Management of Hybrid Electric Vehicles (MEGEVH, http://l2ep.univ-lille1.fr/megevh/ ) France. Since 2014. In 2014, he has been nominated Chair of the Vehicle Power Propulsion technical committee by IEEE Vehicular Technology Society (http://www.vtsociety.org/ ). Since 2014, he has been appointed Associate Editor of IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology..

His research interests at the L2EP (Laboratory of Electrical Engineering of Lille, http://l2ep.univ-lille1.fr/ ) include graphical descriptions (Energetic Macroscopic Representation...) for control of electric drives, wind energy conversion systems, railway traction systems, hybrid electric vehicles and hardware-in-the-loop simulation. His collaborative works with industry on energy management for vehicles include Siemens Transportation Systems, PSA Peugeot Citroen, Nexter Systems and Valeo. He was General Chair of IEEE VPPC 2010 (Vehicle Power Propulsion Conference), September 2010, Lille, France (http://www.vppc2010.org/). He has been co-chair of EPE 2013 ECCE Europe, September 2013, Lille, France (http://www.epe2013.com/) and co-chair of IEEE VPPC 2014, October 2014, Coimbra, Portugal (http://www.vppc2014.org/)

 

EMR experiences

 

- Developement of EMR in 2000

- Research work using EMR on wind energy, traction,electric and hybrid vehicules (supervisor of 12 PhD on the topic)

- EMR teaching at University Lille (Master 1/Master 2), at EC Lille, at A&M Paristech (Master EV) and at Polytech'Lille

- EMR Lectures at Université du Québéc à Trois Rivières (Canada), University of Tsinghua (China), Universidad Carlos III of Madrid (Spain), Polytechnical University of Barcelona (Spain), University of Aalto (Finland), Graz University of Technology (Austria), Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands), Harbin Institute of Technology (China), Poytechnical University of Catalyuna (Barcelona, Spain), and Polytechnical Intritue of Coimbra 'Portugal)

- industrial collaborations using EMR with ABB Finland, Siemens Mobility, Nexter Systems, Valeo, PSA Peugeot Citröen and SNCF

- international cooperations using EMR with EPF Lausane (Suisse), Aalborg University (Denmark), Université du Québéc à Trois Rivières (Canada), Hong Kong University (China), Harbin Institute of Technologie (China), University of Modena (Italy), Warwick university (United Kingdom), University Carlos III of Madrid (Spain), National University of Rio Cuarto (Argentina), Liverpool John Moores University (United Kingdom), Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands), Coimbra University (Portugal) and University of Sherbrooke (Canada)

- General chair of EMR summer school 06 and EMR'08, EMR'09, EMR'11, EMR'12, EMR'13, EMR'14 and EMR'15

 

Study & Academic Experience

 

Diplomas:

1988:              Master degree in Electronics and Telecommunication, Université Paul Sabatier (Toulouse, France),

1989:              Master degree in Industrial Electronics at INSA Toulouse (France),

1995:              PhD degree in Electrical Engineering at Institut National Polytechnique Toulouse (France),

2003:              « Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches » in Electrical Engineering at University Lille1 (France)

 

Academic Experience:

1989-1991:    Assistant Professor (VSN) at University Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar (Senegal),

1991-1995:    Assistant Professor (“moniteur” and ATER) at Institut National Polytechnique Toulouse (France),

1996-2001:    Associate Professor at University Lille1 (France)

Since 2005:    (Full) Professor at University Lille1 (France)

 

Actual responsibility:

Head of the Master « Automatic and Electrical Systems » of University of Lille1 (since 2008, about 180 students)

 

Selected References

Among 9 chapters of books, 48 papers in journals, and more 130 papers in international conferences.

    Recent Chapters of books:

  1. M. Pietrzak-David, B. de Fornel, A. Bouscayrol, "Linear estimators and observers for the induction machine", Electrical Actuators - Identification and Observation, chapter 4, part 2, ISTE Ltd / John Wiley & Sons inc., London, March 2010, pp. 177-250, ISBN 978-1-84821-096-7.

  2. A. Bouscayrol, M. Pietrzak-David, B. de Fornel "Decomposition of a determinist flux observer for the induction machine: Cartesian and reduced order structures", Electrical Actuators - Identification and Observation, chapter 5, part 2, ISTE Ltd / John Wiley & Sons inc., London, March 2010, pp. 251-284, ISBN 978-1-84821-096-7.

  3. A. Bouscayrol, "Hardware-In-the-Loop simulation", Industrial Electronics Handbook, second edition, tome 3, Chapter M35, Editions Taylor & Francis, Chicago, March 2011, ISBN 9781848210967.

  4. S. Satier, A. Bouscayrol, X. Roboam, "Introduction to systemic design", Systemic design methodologies for electrical energy, tome 1, Chapter 1, ISTE Willey editions, October 2012, ISBN 9781848213883.

  5. A. Bouscayrol, J. P. Hautier, B. Lemaire-Semail, "Graphic formalism for the control of multi-physical energetic systems", Systemic design methodologies for electrical energy, tome 1, Chapter 3, ISTE Willey editions, October 2012, ISBN 9781848213883.

 

Recent papers in achieved journal with Impact Factor (since 2009):

  1. C.C. Chan, Y. S. Wong, A. Bouscayrol, K. Chen, "Powering Sustainable Mobility: Roadmaps of Electric, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Vehicles”, Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 97, no. 4, April 2009, pp. 603-607 (common paper University of Hong-Kong and L2EP Lille).

  2. D. Chrenko, M. C. Pera, D. Hissel, A. Bouscayrol, "Modelling and control of fuel cell systems by energetic macroscopic representation”, ASME Journal of Fuel cell science and technology, Vol. 6, no. 2, May 2009, pp. 4501-4505 (common paper FEMTO-ST and L2EP Lille).

  3. W. Lhomme, P. Delarue, A. Bouscayrol, P. Lemoigne, P. Barrade, A. Rufer, “Comparison of control strategies for maximizing energy in a supercapacitor storage subsystem”, EPE Journal, Vol. 19, no. 3,  September 2009 pp. 5-14 (common paper L2EP Lille and EPF Lausanne).

  4. A. Bouscayrol, X. Guillaud, P. Delarue, B. Lemaire-Semail, “Energetic Macroscopic Representation and inversion-based control illustrated on a wind energy conversion systems using Hardware-in-the-loop simulation”, IEEE transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 56, no. 12, December 2009, pp. 4826-4835.

  5. L. Boulon, M. C. Pera, P. Delarue, A. Bouscayrol, D. Hissel, "Causal fuel cell system model suitable for simulation of transportation applications”, ASME Journal of Fuel cell science and technology, Vol. 7, no. 1, February 2010, pp. 011010-11, (common paper FEMTO-ST and L2EP Lille within the framework of MEGEVH network).

  6. C. C. Chan, A. Bouscayrol, K. Chen, “Electric, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Vehicles: Architectures and Modelling", IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 59, no. 2, February 2010, pp. 589-598 (common paper of L2EP Lille and Honk-Kong University).

  7. A. L. Allègre, A. Bouscayrol, J. N. Verhille, P. Delarue, E. Chattot, S. El Fassi, “Reduced-scale power Hardware-In-the-Loop simulation of an innovative subway", IEEE transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 57, no. 4, April 2010, pp. 1175-1185 (common paper of L2EP Lille and Siemens Transportation Systems).

  8. L. Boulon, D. Hissel, A. Bouscayrol, M. C. Pera, P. Delarue, “From modelling to control of a PEM Fuel Cell using Energetic Macroscopic Representation", IEEE transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 57, no. 6, June 2010, pp. 1882-1891 (common paper FEMTO-ST and L2EP Lille within the framework of MEGEVH network).

  9. L. Boulon, D. Hissel, A. Bouscayrol, O. Pape, M-C Péra, “Simulation model of a Military HEV with a Highly Redundant Architecture", IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, Vol. 59, no. 6, July 2010, pp. 2654 - 2663, (common paper of FEMTO-ST, L2EP Lille and Nexter Systems within the framework of MEGEVH network).

  10. K. Chen, P. Delarue, A. Bouscayrol, P. E. Vidal, M. Pietrzak-David, “Minimum-copper-loss and Power distribution Control strategies of Double-Inverter-Fed Wound-Rotor Induction Machine using Energetic Macroscopic Representation”, IEEE transactions on Energy Conversion, vol. 25, no.3, pp. 642-651, September 2010, (common paper L2EP Lille and Laplace Toulouse).

  11. A. L. Allègre, P. Delarue, P. Barrade, A. Bouscayrol, E. Chattot, S. El Fassi, “Influence of the mechanical limitations of a traction system on energy storage design", Mathematics and Computer in Simulation vol. 81, vol. 2, October 2010, pp. 302-314  (common paper of L2EP Lille, EPF Lausanne and Siemens Transportation Systems).

  12. A. L. Allègre, A. Bouscayrol, P. Delarue, P. Barrade, E. Chattot, S. El Fassi, “Energy Storage System with supercapacitor for an innovative subway", IEEE transactions on Industrial Electronics, to be published in vol. 57, no. 12, December 2010, pp. 4001 - 4012 (common paper of L2EP Lille, EPF Lausanne and Siemens Transportation Systems).

  13. W. Lhomme, R. Trigui, A. Bouscayrol, P. Delarue, B. Jeanneret, F. Badin, "Inversion-based control of a vehicle with a clutch using a switched causal modelling”, International Journal of Systems Science, February 2011, vol. 42, no. 2, pp 319–334 (common paper L2EP Lille and LTE-INRETS within the framework of MEGEVH network).

  14. Y. Cheng, R. Trigui, C.Espanet, A. Bouscayrol, S. Cui, " Analysis of Technical Requirements from the Toyota Prius II for the Design of a PM-EVT”, IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, November 2011, vol. 60, no. 6, pp. 4106 - 4114 (common paper L2EP Lille, LTE-INRETS, FEMTO-ST and Harbin Institute of Technology, within the framework of MEGEVH network).

  15. L. Boulon, K. Agbossou, D. Hissel, P. Sicard, A. Bouscayrol, M-C Péra, “A macroscopic PEM fuel cell model including water phenomena for vehicle simulation", Renewable Energy, vol. 46, pp. 81-91, October 2012 (common paper of IRH-Université Québec à Trois-Rivières, FEMTO-ST and L2EP Lille within the framework of MEGEVH network).

  16. L. Boulon, A. Bouscayrol, D. Hissel, O. Pape, M-C Péra, “Inversion-based control of a highly redundant military HEV", IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 62, no. 2, February 2013, pp. 500-5010 (common paper of IRH-Univ Québec Trois-Rivières, L2EP Lille, FEMTO-ST and Nexter within MEGEVH, French network on HEVs).

  17. T. Letrouvé, W. Lhomme, A. Bouscayrol, N. Dollinger, “Control validation of Peugeot 3∞8 Hybrid4 vehicle using a reduced-scale power HIL simulation", Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology, Vol. 8, no. 5, September 2013, pp. 1227-1233 (common paper of L2EP Lille, and PSA Peugeot Citroën within MEGEVH, French network on HEVs, extended version of the Award Paper Prize of IEEE-VPPC 2012).

  18. Y. Cheng, A. Bouscayrol, R. Trigui, C. Espanet, S. Cui, “Field weakening control of a PM electric variable transmission for HEV", Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology, Vol. 8, no. 5, September 2013, pp. 1096-1106 (common paper of L2EP Lille, LTE-IFSTTAR, FEMTO-ST and Harbin Inst. of Tech within MEGEVH, French network on HEVs).

  19. A. L. Allègre, A. Bouscayrol, R. Trigui, "Flexible real-time control of an Hybrid Energy Storage System for Electric Vehicles”, IET Electrical System for Transportation, Vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 79–85, September 2013 2015 Premium Award for Best Paper in IET Electrical Systems in Transportation (common paper L2EP Lille and LTE-IFSTTAR within MEGEVH, French network on HEVs).

  20. E. Vinnot, R. Trigui, Y. Cheng, C. Espanet, A. Bouscayrol, V. Reinbold, “Improvement of an EVT-based HEV using dynamic programming", IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, Vol. 63, no. 1, pp. 40-49, January 2014,(common paper of LTE-IFSTTAR, FEMTO-ST and L2EP Lille, within MEGEVH, French network on HEVs).

  21. C. Mayet, L. Horrein, A. Bouscayrol, P. Delarue, J. N. Verhille, E. Chatot, B. Lemaire-Semail, “Comparison of different models and simulation approaches for the energetic study of a subway", IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, Vol. 63, no. 2, February 2014, pp. 556-565  (common paper of L2EP Lille and Siemens Mobility).

  22. C. Mayet, J. Pouget, A. Bouscayrol, W. Lhomme, “Influence of an energy storage system on the energy consumption of a diesel-electric locomotive", IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, Vol. 63, no. 3, March 2014, pp. 1032-1040 (common paper of L2EP Lille and SNCF).

  23. L. I. Silva, A. Bouscayrol, C. H. De Angelo, B. Lemaire-Semail, “Coupling Bond Graph and Energetic Macroscopic Representation for Electric Vehicles Simulation", Mechatronics, Vol. 24, no. 7, October 2014, pp. 906-913 (common paper of Univ. Rio Cuarto and L2EP Lille).

  24. L. Horrein, A. Bouscayrol, Y. Cheng, M. El-Fassi, “Dynamical and quasi-static multi-physical models of a diesel internal combustion engine using Energetic Macroscopic Representation", Energy Conversion and Management, Vol. 91, February 2015, pp. 280–291 (common paper of L2EP Lille and PSA Peugent Citroen, within MEGEVH, French network on HEVs).

  25. A. Castaings, W. Lhomme, R. Trigui, A. Bouscayrol,, "Real-time energy management strategies of a battery/supercapacitors system for Electric Vehicle under limitations”, Applied Energy, Vol. 163, February 2016, pp.190–200 (common paper L2EP Lille and LTE-IFSTTAR within MEGEVH, French network on HEVs).

  26. C. Mayet, P. Delarue, A. Bouscayrol, E. Chatot, J.N. Verhille, “Comparison of Different EMR-based Models of Traction Power Substations for Energetic Studies of Subway Line", IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology], accepted to be published in 2016 (common paper of L2EP Lille and Siemens Mobility).

Projects & Scientific Achievements

Actual local responsibility:

Since 2004: coordinator of the “electricity and Vehicle” (eV) group of the control team of L2EP Lille (group memebers 2012: 1 Professor, 2 Associate Professors, 2 PhD Students, 2 Postdoctoral position).

Since 2014 : head of the control team of L2EP (members in Oct. 2015: 4 Professors, 5 Associate Professors, 3 Engineers, 13 PhD Students)

 

Main national projects:

1998-2004: Coordinator of the “Multimachine Multiconverters Systems” project of National Research Group SDSE (1998-2001) and ME2MS (2001-2004) of the CNRS (National Centre of Scientific Research)

Since 2005: Coordinator of MEGEVH, French scientific network on energy management of Hybrid Electric vehicles (9 industrial partners, 10 research laboratories, http://l2ep.univ-lille1.fr/megevh/)

 

Main industrial collaborations:

Since 2003: Siemens Transportation Systems (automatic subway, new on-board supply…)

2006-2009: VALEO (Starter Alternator for micro Hybrid Electric Vehicles)

Since 2006: Nexter Systems (new Hybrid Electric Vehicles for trucks)

Since 2008: PSA Peugeot Citroen (new Hybrid Electric Vehicles)

Since 2012: SNCF (new Hybrid locomotives)

 

Main international collaborations:

Since 2004: Université de Québec à Trois Rivières, Canada (paper processing systems, fuel-cell vehicle…)

2005-2007: Aalbord University, Denmark (HIL simulation of wind energy conversion systems)

Since 2005: EPF Lausanne, Switzerland (various energy storage systems)

Since 2008: The University of Honk-Kong, China (modelling of Hybrid Electric Vehicles)

Since 2008: Harbin Institute of Technology, China (Hybrid Electric Vehicles using EVT)

2008-2010: University of Modena, Italy (comparison of modelling methods)

2009-2011: The Warwick University, UK (modelling of Hybrid Electric Vehicles)

2010-2012: University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain (Fuel-cell vehicles)

2011-2012: Southeast University, China (energy management of subways using PM machines)

Since 2011: University Rio Cuarto, Argentina (Bond Graph and EMR for EV modelling)

Since 2012: Technogical University of Eindhoven (Hybrid Vehicles using CVT)

Since 2013: University of Coimbra (Energy Storage Systems for Hybrid Vehicles)

 

Organisation of workshops, summer schools and special sessions:

General chair of the international Workshop « Hardware-In-the-Loop simulation », Lille, June 2008 (40 attendees)

General Chair of Summer School EMR’06 (Energetic Macroscopic Representation), Lille, Nov. 2006 (100 attendees)

Co-chair of the Summer School EMR’08, Harbin (China), September 2008 (60 attendees)

Co-chair of the Summer School EMR’09, Trois-Rivières (Canada), September. 2009 (40 attendees)

Co-chair of the Summer School EMR’11, Lausanne (Switzerland), July 2011 (40 attendees).

Co-chair of the Summer School EMR’12, Madrid (Spain), June 2012.

Co-chair of the Summer School EMR’13, Lille (France), September 2013

Co-chair of the Summer School EMR’14, Coimbra (Portugal), June 2014

Co-chair of the Summer School EMR’15, Lille (France), June 2015

Organisation of special sessions at IEEE-VPPC’06, Windsor (UK), September 2006; IEEE-IECON’06, Paris, November 2006; IEEE-VPPC’07, Arlington (USA), September 2007; IEEE-ISIE’08, Cambridge (UK), June 2008; IEEE-VPPC’08, Harbin (China), September 2008. IFAC-PPSC’12, Toulouse (France), September 2012, IEEE-VPPC’12, Seoul (Korea), October 2012, EPE'13 ECCE Europe, Lille (France).


Scientific Recognition

Main national and international positions:

Since 2005:    Vice-President of the French chapter of “Vehicular Technology Society” of IEEE

2008-2013:    member of the steering committee GO1 of PREDIT (National French coordination Programme on Transportation Systems)

2010:            General chair of IEEE-VPPC 2010 (Vehicle Power Propulsion Conference), Lille, September 2010.

2013:            co-chair of EPE’13-ECCE Europe (European Power Electronics Conference), Lille, September 2013

2014:            co-chair of IEEE-VPPC 2014 (Vehicle Power Propulsion Conference), Coimbra, Portugal 2014

2015:            Tech. Program Com. co-chair of IEEE-VPPC 2015, Montreal, Canada

 

Publication editorial involvement:

2009-2010:    Guest Editor of the special section « Hardware-In-the-Loop simulation » of IEEE transactions on Industrial Electronics, April 2010 issue.

2010-2011:    Guest Editor of the special section « Advanced Transportation Systems » of IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, September 2011 issue.

2014-2015:     Guest Editor of the special section « Advanced powertrains for more electric vehicles » of IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, to be published.

Since 2010:    Member of the Editorial Board Editorial Board of « Electrical Systems in Transportation » of IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology).

Since 2014: Associate Editor of IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology.

 

Member of committees of international conferences:

Since 2004:    member of the scientific committee of IEEE-VPP (Vehicular Power Propulsion)

Since 2006:    member of the steering committee of IMACS TC1 (ElectrIMACS)

Since 2009:    member of the steering committee of EPE

Since 2010:    member of the executive council of IEEE-VPP (Chair since 2014)

 

Prize

K. Chen, A. Bouscayrol, A. Berthon, P. Delarue, D. Hissel, R. Trigui, “Global modelling of different vehicle architecture using Energetic Macroscopic Representation”, IEEE-VPPC’08, Harbin (China), September 2008 (common paper L2EP Lille, FEMTO-ST and LTE-INRETS according to MEGVH network), “Paper Prize Award” IEEE-VPPC’08, published in IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, vol. 4, no. 2, June 2009, pp. 80-89.

T. Letrouvé, A. Bouscayrol, W. Lhomme, N. Dollinger, F. Mercier-Calvairac, “Reduced-scale Hardware-In-the-Loop simulation of a Peugeot 3∞8 Hybrid4 vehicle”, IEEE-VPPC’12, Seoul (Korea), October 2012 (common paper L2EP Lille and PSA peugeot Citroen  according to MEGVH network), “Paper Prize Award” IEEE-VPPC’12.

C. C. Chan, A. Bouscayrol, K. Chen, “Electric, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Vehicles: Architectures and Modeling", IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 59, no. 2, pp. 589-598, February 2010 (common paper of L2EP Lille and Honk-Kong University), "2013 best land transportation paper award of IEEE Vehicular Technology Society"

A. L. Allègre, A. Bouscayrol, R. Trigui, "Flexible real-time control of an Hybrid Energy Storage System for Electric Vehicles”, IET Electrical System for Transportation, Vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 79–85, September 2013 2015 Premium Award for Best Paper in IET Electrical Systems in Transportation (common paper L2EP Lille and LTE-IFSTTAR within MEGEVH, French network on HEVs).


Keynote in an international conference:

A. Bouscayrol, "Control of Hybrid Electric Vehicles using Energetic Macroscopic Representation”, IEEE-VPPC'13, Beijing (China), October 2013.

 

Tutorials in international conferences:

A. Bouscayrol, "Hardware-In-the-Loop simulation”, Electric Vehicle Symposium, EVS’24, May 2009, Stavanger (Norway),

A. Bouscayrol, R. Trigui, "Modelling of Hybrid Electric Vehicles for energy management”, IEEE-VPPC’09, September 2009, Dearborn, Michigan (USA) (common tutorial of L2EP Lille and LTE-INRETS within the framework of MEGEVH network)

A. Bouscayrol, R. Trigui, C. Mi, "Modelling methods for energy management of Hybrid Electric Vehicles”, IEEE-IECON’09, November 2009, Porto (Portugal) (common tutorial of L2EP Lille, LTE-INRETS and University of Dearborn-Michigan within the framework of MEGEVH network)

 

Visiting Professor and lectures abroad:

2005: Lecture on EMR at John Moore University of Liverpool (UK)

2005: Lecture on EMR at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland)

2006: Visiting Professor at Université de Québec à Trois Rivière (Canada).

2006: Lecture on EMR at Université Laval de Québec (Canada)

2006: Lecture on EMR at Ecole de Technologie Supérieure de Montréal (Canada)

2007: Lecture on EMR at VRJE University of Brussels (Belgium)

2008: Lecture on EMR at University of Tsinghua of Beijing (China)

2009: Lecture on EMR and Hybrid Vehicles at University of Madrid Carlos III (Spain)

2009: Lecture on Hybrid Vehicles and EMR at Polytechnic University of Catalonia (Spain)

2011: Unit on EMR and Hybrid Vehicles, Aalto University, Helsinki (Finland), 30h, 5 ECTS.

2012: Unit on EMR and Applications, Technical University of Graz (Austria), 30h, 3,5 ECTS.

2013: Lecture on EMR and Hybrid Vehicles, Technological University of Eindhoven (The Netherlands).

2013: Lecture on EMR and Hybrid Vehicles, Harbin Institute of Technology (China).

2013: Seminar on EMR at Polytechnic University of Catalonia (Barcelona, Spain)

2014: Seminar on EMR at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland), 12h


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