The Center for Electric Drive Transportation (CEDT) at the University of Michigan-Dearborn was established in 2011 with a grant from the U. S. Department of Energy's Graduate Automotive Technology Education (GATE) Program.

As one of the seven university research centers that were awarded the prestigious grants, CEDT is dedicated to achieving the synergy among technological development, research and graduate education in automotive engineering.

Objectives

Electric Drive Vehicles (EDV) provide an alternative to conventional transportation vehicles with advantages in energy efficiency and environmental benefit. The newly established CEDT will concentrate on researches aimed at finding innovative solutions to the challenges in EDV developments. It serves as a platform for the integration of research and development in EDV technologies and the curriculum of the graduate programs. Its primary objective is to enhance the graduate curriculum in ASE with updated EDV technologies and to integrate faculty researches with the graduate programs. The center will provide an effective environment for the training of automotive engineers who are readily capable of applying advanced technologies in the workplace for the design, development and marketing of energy efficient vehicles for daily transportation.

Specifically, concentration in Electric Drive Transportation in MS and Ph.D program in Automotive Systems Engineering will be established in out Center. We will also develop 7 new courses and a series of short courses in Electric Drive Vehicles. 5 graduate fellowships will be offered per year. What's more, an Industry Consortium will be established on Electric Drive Vehicles.

Research Areas

Research is the mainframe of CEDT activities that are aimed at achieving the optimization of electric and hybrid system design, component design and operation control.

CEDT focuses its research efforts on the thrust areas crucial for the development and commercialization of electric and hybrid vehicles. It encourages the integration of research and graduate education in terms of curriculum renovation, graduate research directions and industrial sponsorship for graduate research projects. 

  • Power Electronics and Electric Drives
    • New topologies, devices and configurations of power electronics circuits
    • New materials in power electronics hardware
    • Optimized usage of rare earth materials in magnet manufacturing
    • Failure mode of power electronics hardware
    • Fault tolerant energy conversion components and systems
  • Hybrid Vehicle System Optimization and Power Management
    • New hybrid configurations for optimized utility and energy efficiency
    • Operation control optimization for multi-mode EDVs
    • Battery modeling, control and safety
    • Fault detection and management on system level
    • Drive train system design, control and optimization
  • Thermal Management of EDV Systems and Components
    • Efficient climate control system for EDVs
    • EDV system thermal management
    • Battery cooling and heating control
    • Thermal management architecture design
  • Power Grid and EDV Interaction
    • EDV charger design and control
    • Impact on power grid and management on grid level
    •  V2G technologies and applications
    • Infrastructure planning and construction for EDV transportation
  • Reliability, Diagnostics and Prognostics of EDV Systems
    • Reliability modeling for EDV components and systems
    • Reliability based design optimization
    • Statistical model verification and validation for EDV durability 
    • Physics-based prognostics and system health management
  • EDV Noise, Vibration and Harshness
    • EDV acoustic characteristics
    • Noise, vibration and harshness minimization
    • EDV structure design for better acoustics

Publications

  • Books and Book Chapters
    1. Chunting Mi, Abul Masrur, and Wenzhong Gao, "Modern Hybrid Electric Vehicles", John Wiley UK, August 2011, 472 pages, ISBN: 9780470747735. Available from Wiley and Amazon.
    2. Xi Zhang, and Chunting Mi, "Vehicle Power Management- Modeling, Control, and Optimization", Springer UK, August 2011, 360 pages, ISBN: 9780857297358. Available from Springer and Amazon .
    3. Hua Bai, and Chunting Mi, "Short Timescale Transient Phenomenon of Power Electronic Systems", John Wiley UK, September 2011, 288 pages, ISBN: 9780470686645. Available from Wiley and Amazon .
    4. Yi L. Murphey, Henry Lu, Robert Karlsen, Grant Gerhart, Thomas Meitzler, "Dyta: An Intelligent System for Dynamic Target Analysis" a chapter, " Multimedia Video-based Surveillance Systems: Requirements, Issues and Solutions ", Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000, ISBN 0-7923-7927-6
    5. Yi L. Murphey, "Image Search and Retrieval Strategies" a chapter, "Encyclopedia of Imaging Science and Technology", John Wiley & sons, Inc. 2002. 
  • Journal Publications
    1. T. Jin, S. Liu, R.C. Flesch, W. Su*, "A Method for the Identification of Low Frequency Oscillation Modes in Power Systems Subjected to Noise", Applied Energy, 2017.
    2. F. Lu, H. Zhang, H. Hofmann, W. Su, and C. Mi*, "A Dual-Coupled LCC-Compensated IPT System with a Compact Magnetic Coupler", IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, 2017
    3. H. Lim, C. Mi, and W. Su*, "A Distance-based Two-stage Ecological Driving System using an Estimation of Distribution Algorithm and Model Predictive Control", IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, 2017.
    4. T. Chen, B. Zhang, H. Pourbabak, A. Kavousi-Fard, and W. Su*, "Optimal Routing and Charging of an Electric Vehicle Fleet for High-Efficient Dynamic Transit Systems", IEEE Trans. on Smart Grid, 2017.
    5. S. Xu, H. Pourbabak, and W. Su*, "Distributed Cooperative Control for Economic Operation of Multiple Plug-in Electric Vehicle Parking Decks", International Transactions on Electrical Energy Systems, February 2017.
    6. H. Lim, W. Su, and C. Mi*, "Distance-based Ecological Driving Scheme using a Two-stage Hierarchy for Long-term Optimization and Short-term Adaptation", IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, vol.66, no.3, pp.1940-1949, June 2016.
    7. Z. Xu, W. Su*, Z. Hu, Y. Song, and H. Zhang, "A Hierarchical Framework for Coordinated Charging of Plug-in Electric Vehicles in China", IEEE Trans. on Smart Grid, vol.7, no.1, pp.428-438, January 2016.
    8. J. Xiong, K. Zhang, Y. Guo, and W. Su*, "Investigate the Impacts of PEV Charging Facilities on Integrated Electric Distribution System and Electrified Transportation System", IEEE Trans. on Transportation Electrification, vol.1, no.2, pp.178-187, August 2015.
    9. Y. Guo, J. Xiong, S. Xu, and W. Su*, "Two-Stage Economic Operation of Microgrid-like Electric Vehicle Parking Deck", IEEE Trans. on Smart Grid, vol.7, no.3, pp.1703-1712, May 2016.
    10. J. Chen, Y. Zhang, and W. Su*, "An Anonymous Authentication Scheme for Plug-in Electric Vehicles Joining to Charging/discharging Station in Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) Networks", Special Issue on Smart Grid Communications, China Communications, vol.12, no.3, pp.9-19, March 2015.
    11. W. Su*, J. Wang, K. Zhang, and A.Q. Huang, "Model Predictive Control-based Power Dispatch for Distribution Systems Considering Plug-in Electric Vehicle Uncertainty", Electric Power Systems Research, vol.106, pp.29-35, January 2014.
    12. Juncheng Lu, Hua Bai*, et al, “A Modular Designed Three-phase High-efficiency High-power-density EV Battery Charger Using Dual/Triple-Phase-Shift Control”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, accepted and online; 
    13. Allan Taylor, Hua Bai*, et al, “Multiple-Phase-Shift Control for A Dual Active Bridge to Secure Zero-Voltage Switching and Enhance the Light-load Performance”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics-Letter, accepted and online; 
    14. Wei Qian, Yongsheng Fu, Hua Bai*, et al, “Applying Normally-off GaN HEMTs for Coreless High-frequency Wireless Chargers”, Transactions on Electrical Machines and Systems, vol.1, no.4, 2017, pp.418-427. 
    15. Juncheng Lu, Guanliang Liu and Hua Bai*, et al, “Critical Transient Processes of Enhancement-mode GaN HEMTs in High-efficiency and High-reliability Applications”, Transactions on Electrical Machines and Systems, vol.1, no.3, pp.283-291. 
    16. Qi Tian and Hua Bai*, “Widen the Zero-voltage-switching Range and Secure Power Factor for An Indirect Matrix Converter Based EV Charger Using Variable-Switching-Frequency Single-Dual-Phase-Shift Control", Chinese Journal of Electrical Engineering, accepted. 
    17. Xi Zhang, Hua Bai*, “Using Fixed-boundary-layer Sliding-mode Control and Variable Switching Frequency for a Soft-Switching Bidirectional DC-DC Converter in Hybrid Energy Storage Systems”, Electric Power Components and Systems, vol.45, no.13, 2017, pp.1474-1485. 
    18. Juncheng Lu, Allan Taylor, Guanliang Liu, Hua Bai*, et al, “Applying Variable-Switching-Frequency Variable-Phase-Shift Control and E-mode GaN HEMTs To An Indirect Matrix Converter based EV Battery Charger", IEEE Transactions on Transportation Electrification, vol.3, no.3, 2017, pp.554-564.
    19. M. Wang*, S. Guo, Q. Huang, W. Yu and A.Q. Huang, “An Isolated bi-directional single-state DC-AC converter using wide-bandgap devices with novel carrier-based Unipolar modulation technique under synchronous rectification”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 32, no. 3, 2017.
    20. M. Wang*, Q. Huang, S. Guo, X. Yu, W. Yu and A.Q. Huang, “Soft-switched modulation techniques for an isolated bi-directional DC-AC converter”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 2017.
    21. R. Raja, R. Sebastian, M. Wang*, A. Gebregergis and M. Islam, “Effect of Position Sensor Error on the Performance of Permanent Magnet Machine Drives”, IEEE transactions on Industry Applications, 2017.
    22. Q. Li, S. Zhao, M. Wang*, Z. Zou, B. Wang and Q. Chen, “An improved perturbation and observation maximum power point tracking algorithm based on a PV module four-parameter model for higher efficiency”, Applied Energy, vol. 195, pp. 523-537, 2017.
    23. Jungme Park, Yi Lu Murphey, M. Abul Masrur:Intelligent Energy Management and Optimization in a Hybridized All-Terrain Vehicle With Simple On-Off Control of the Internal Combustion Engine. IEEE Trans. Vehicular Technology 65(6): 4584-4596 (2016)
    24. Yinghao Huang, Yi Lu Murphey, Yao Ge, Intelligent typo correction for text mining through machine learning. IJKEDM 3(2): 115-142 (2015)
    25. Weiwei Zhang, Yi Lu Murphey, Tianyu Wang, Qijie Xu, Driver yawning detection based on deep convolutional neural learning and robust nose tracking. IJCNN 2015: 1-8
    26. Jiaqi Ma, Yi Lu Murphey, Hong Zhao, Real Time Drowsiness Detection Based on Lateral Distance Using Wavelet Transform and Neural Network. SSCI 2015: 411-418
    27. Park, Yi Lu Murphey, Ryan McGee, Johannes Kristinsson, Ming L. Kuang, Anthony M. Phillips, Intelligent Trip Modeling for the Prediction of an Origin-Destination Traveling Speed Profile. IEEE Trans. Intelligent Transportation Systems 15(3): 1039-1053 (2014)
    28. Dai Li, Yi Lu Murphey, Automatic text categorization using a system of high-precision and high-recall models. CIDM 2014: 373-380
    29. Chaomin Luo, Jiyong Gao, Yi Lu Murphey, Gene Eu Jan, A computationally efficient neural dynamics approach to trajectory planning of an intelligent vehicle. IJCNN 2014: 934-939
    30. Chen Fang, Xipeng Wang, Yi Lu Murphey, David Weber, Perry MacNeille:
    31. Specific humidity forecasting using recurrent Neural Network. IJCNN 2014: 955-960
    32. Xipeng Wang, Jungme Park, Yi Lu Murphey, Johannes Kristinsson, Ming Kuang, Tony Phillips: Intelligent Trip Modeling on Ramps using ramp classification and knowledge base. IJCNN 2014: 967-974, 2013
    33. Yi Lu Murphey, Jungme Park, Leonidas Kiliaris, Ming Kuang, M. Abul Masrur, Anthony M. Phillips, Qing Wang: Intelligent Hybrid Vehicle Power Control - Part II: Online Intelligent Energy Management. IEEE Trans. Vehicular Technology 62(1): 69-79 (2013)
    34. Yinghao Huang, Yi Lu Murphey, Yao Ge, Machine learning of engineering diagnostic knowledge from unstructured verbatim text descriptions. CIDM 2013: 46-52
    35. Yinghao Huang, Yi Lu Murphey, Yao Ge, Automotive diagnosis typo correction using domain knowledge and machine learning. CIDM 2013: 267-274
    36. Jungme Park, Yi Lu Murphey, Johannes Kristinsson, Ryan McGee, Ming Kuang, Tony Phillips: Intelligent speed profile prediction on urban traffic networks with machine learning. IJCNN 2013: 1-7
    37. Yi Lu Murphey, Jungme Park, M. Abul Masrur: Intelligent Energy Management in a Low Cost Hybrid Electric Vehicle Power System. VTC Fall 2013: 1-5, 2012.
    38. Yi Lu Murphey, Jungme Park, ZhiHang Chen, Ming Kuang, M. Abul Masrur, Anthony M. Phillips: Intelligent Hybrid Vehicle Power Control - Part I: Machine Learning of Optimal Vehicle Power. IEEE Trans. Vehicular Technology 61(8): 3519-3530 (2012)
    39. Ruoqian Liu, Hai Yu, Ryan McGee, Yi Lu Murphey: Driving course prediction for vehicle handling maneuvers. ACC 2012: 2096-2101
    40. Ruoqian Liu, Shen Xu, Chen Fang, Yung-wen Liu, Yi Lu Murphey, Dev S. Kochhar:
    41. Statistical modeling and signal selection in multivariate time series pattern classification. ICPR 2012: 2853-2856
    42. T. Kim and S. Kwak, "A Flexible Voltage Bus Converter for the 48/12 Volt Dual Supply System in Electrified Vehicles," IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, accepted, 2016.
    43. T. Kim and S. Kwak, "A Single Pole Switch Leg Based Multi-Port Converter With an Energy Storage, " IET Power Electronics, Feb., 2016.
    44. T. Kim, K. Lee, S. Kwak, "Dual Motor Drive for HVAC Applications Based on a Multi-Functional Bi-Directional Energy Conversion System," IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, vol. 30, pp. 1556-1564, 2015.
    45. K. Lee and T. Kim, "Operating-point insensitive voltage control of the Z-source inverter based on an indirect capacitor current control," IET Power Electronics, vol. 1, pp. 1-9, 2015.
    46. S. Kim, J. Park, K. Lee, and T. Kim, "Novel PWM Strategy to Minimize the Switching Losses of Z-Source Inverters," Electric Power Components and Systems, vol. 42, pp. 1-13, 2014.
    47. T. Park and T. Kim “Novel Energy Conversion System Based on a Multi-Mode Single Leg Power Converter,” IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 28 no. 1, pp. 213-220, 2013.
    48. Park, J., Lee, K. S., Kim, M. S., Jung, D., "Numerical analysis of a dual-fueled CI (compression ignition) engine using Latin hypercube sampling and multi-objective Pareto optimization," Energy, 2014 (in press).
    49. Lee, S., Zhang Y., Jung D., Lee, B., "A Systematic Approach for Dynamic Analysis of Vehicles with 8 or more Speed Automatic Transmission," ASME Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control, Vol. 136, No. 5, pp. 051008-1-051008-11, September 2014.
    50. Kwak, K. H. , Jung D., and Borgnakke C., "Enhanced Spray and Evaporation Model with Multi-Fuel Mixtures for Direct Injection Internal Combustion Engines," International Journal of Engine Research, Vol. 15, Iss. 4, pp. 488 ? 503, June 2014.
    51. Negandhi, V., Jung, D., and Shutty, J., "Active Thermal Management with a Dual Mode Coolant Pump," SAE Int. J. Passeng. Cars - Mech. Syst. Vol. 6, Iss. 2, July 2013.
    52. Park, S. and Jung, D., "Effect of Operating Parameters on Dynamic Response of Water-to-Gas Membrane Humidifier for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Vehicle," International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Vol. 38, Iss. 17, pp. 7114-7125, 2013.
    53. Lee, B., Jung., D., Kim, Y., and Nieuwstadt, M., "Thermodynamics-Based Mean Value Model for Diesel Combustion," ASME J. Eng. Gas Turbines and Power, Vol. 135, Iss. 9, pp. 091504-1-091504-9, 2013.
    54. Park, S. and Jung, D., "Battery Cell Arrangement and Heat Transfer Fluid Effects on the Parasitic Power Consumption and the Cell Temperature Distribution in a HEV," Journal of Power Sources, Vol. 227, pp. 191-198, 1 April 2013
    55. Jung, D., Kwak, K-H, and Assanis, D. N., "Integration of a Single Cylinder Engine Model and a Boost System Model for Efficient Numerical Mapping of Engine Performance and Fuel Consumption," International Journal of Automotive Technology, Vol.13, No. 1, pp 1-7, 2012.
    56. D. Wu, P. Pignalosa, and Y. Yi, 'Tunable and ultra-small graphene integrated silicon racetrack micro resonator', IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Accepted (2017)
    57. M. Ye and Y. Yi, 'Influence of grating thickness in low-contrast subwavelength grating concentrating lenes', Optical Engineering, 55, 075102 (2016)
    58. Z. Liu, M. Ye, M. Ostrowski, and Y. Yi, 'Influence of TiO2 Nanostructures on the Optical Absorption of Organic-Inorganic Perovskite', Journal of Nanophotonics, 10, 026014 (2016)
    59. Y. Yi, B. Koch and T. Smith, 'Nanoparticle sensing utilizing back scattering reflection mode of an integrated micro-resonator', IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, VOL. 22, NO.4, 5900111 (2016)
    60. Y. Yi, , 'Integrated subwavelength grating nano structures for photonics applications', IEEE ICTON, We.A6.5 (2016)
    61. W. Yu, D. Wu, X. Duan and Y. Yi, 'Sub-wavelength grating wide band reflectors with tapered sidewall', MRS Advances, 1, 18 (2016) 
    62. D. Wu, W. Yu, X. Duan and Y. Yi, 'Sub-wavelength grating structure with high aspect ratio and tapered sidewall', MRS Advances, 1, 32 (2016)
    63. W. X. Yu, M. Ye and Y. Yi, 'Impacts of tapered sidewall profile on subwavelength grating wideband reflectors', Journal of Nanophotonics, 9, 093058 (2015)
    64. W. X. Yu and Y. Yi, 'Impacts of tapered sidewall profiles with high aspect ratio on subwavelength grating structure', IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 27, 1437 (2015)
    65. L. Lin and Y. Yi, 'Orthogonal and parallel lattice plasmon resonance in core-shell SiO2/Au nanocylinder arrays', Optics Express, 23, 130 (2015)
    66. Y. Yi and B. Liu, 'Scintillator detectors with integrated nanophotonics for medical imaging', Photonics Spectra, April, 58 (2015)
    67. W. X. Yu and Y. Yi, 'Guided-mode resonance and field enhancement in semiconductor nanorod arrays', Cambridge Journals: Proc. of Mat. Res. Soc., 1728, 358 (2015)
    68. Y. Yi, 'Integrated nanophotonics Resonators: Fundamentals, Devices, and Applications', Editor-in-Chief, Pan Stanford Publishing, (2015)
    69. Y. Xiong, P. Pignalosa, and Y. Yi, 'Photonic coupled on-chip integrated microresonator and core-shell nanoparticle', Cambridge Journals: Proc. of Mat. Res. Soc., 1728, 14 (2015)
    70. Y. Yi, P. Pignalosa, K. Broderick, B. Liu, and H. Chen, 'Strong interaction between nanophotonic structures for its applications on optical biomedical spectroscopy and imaging', Book chapter in Biomedical Spectroscopy and Imaging, Chapter 8, CRC Press (2015)
    71. L. H. Lin and Y. Yi, 'Lattice plasmon resonance in core-shell SiO2/Au nanocylinder arrays', Optics Letters, 39, 4823 (2014)
    72. Y. Xiong, P. Pignalosa, T. He and Y. Yi, 'Coupled photonic systems between core-shell nanoparticle and integrated microresonator', IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 50, 677 (2014)
    73. Z. Zhu, B. Liu, C.W.Cheng, H. Chen, M. Gu, Y. Yi, and R.H.Mao, 'Broadband light output enhancement for scintillator using whispering-gallery modes in nanospheres', Phys. Status Solidi A, 1-6 (2014) / DOI 10.1002/pssa.201431032
    74. L. H. Lin and Y. Yi, 'Lattice plasmon resonance in core-shell SiO2/Au nanocylinder arrays', Virtual Journal for Biomedical Optics, 9, 10 (2014)
    75. Y. Yi, P. Pignalosa, B. Liu, and H. Chen, 'Giant efficiency enhancement of biomedical imaging scintillation materials using bio inspired integrated nanostructures' IEEE ICTON 2014, Mo.C5.6 (2014)
    76. B. Liu, X. Duan and Y. Yi, 'Enhanced Light Extraction Efficiency of Cerium-Doped Biomedical Imaging Scintillator by Monolayers of Periodic Arrays of Polystyrene Spheres', Cambridge Journals: Proc. of Mat. Res. Soc., 1627, 13 (2014)
    77. J. Zhou, J. Bian, H. Li, Y. Liu, Y. Qiao, Y. Yi, S. Liu, and Z. Liu, 'Investigation on crystal silicon solar cell standard measurement technology', Optics and Precision Engineering, 22, 1517 (2014)
    78. B. Liu, H. Chen, M. Gu, and Y. Yi, 'Scintillators boosted by nanophotonics', Appl. Phys., 43, 254 (2014)
    79. L. H. Lin and Y. Yi, 'Orthogonal and parallel lattice plasmons in the SiO2/Au core-shell nanorod arrays', OSA conference on Frontiers in Optics and Laser Science, FTu1E.4 (2014)
    80. M. Ostrowski, X. Duan, and Y. Yi, 'Defect-Induced Resonances in Photonic Microdisk Resonators for Enhancement of Nanoparticle - Resonance Mode Interaction', Cambridge Journals: Proc. of Mat. Res. Soc., 1627, 12 (2014)
    81. Z. Zhu, B. Liu, C. Cheng, Y. Yi, H. Chen and Mu Gu, 'Improved light extraction efficiency of bio medical imaging cerium-doped lutetium-yttrium oxyorthosilicate scintillator by monolayers of periodic arrays of polystyrene spheres' Appl. Phys. Lett., 102, 071909 (2013)


    82. Z. Zhu, B. Liu, C. Cheng, Y. Yi, W. Guo, S. Huang, H. Chen, M. Gu, C. Ni. and X. Liu, 'Enhanced light extraction efficiency for glass scintillator coupled with two-dimensional photonic crystal structure' Optical Materials, 35, 2343 (2013)
    83. F. Tong, Z. Zhu, B. Liu, Y. Yi, M. Gu, and H. Chen, 'Luminescene of CuI scintillator controlled by distributed Bragg reflectro for biomedical imaging applications' Nuc. Instruments and  Methods in Physics Research A, 707, 120 (2013)


    84. J. Zhou, H. Li, Y. Liu, Y. Yi, S. Liu, F. Meng, and Z. Liu, 'A comprehensive approach to photovoltaic cell and module under natural environment' Acta. Photonica Sinica, 42, 1077 (2013)
    85. F. Tong, Z. Zhu, B. Liu, Y. Yi, M. Gu, and H. Chen, 'Enhanced luminescence of CuI thin film scimtillator by reducing Fresnel reflection' Chin. Phys. Lett., 30, 027803 (2013)


    86. P. Pignalosa, B. Liu, W. Guo, H. Chen, X. Duan and Y. Yi, 'Bio-mimetic integrated surface nano structures for medical imaging scintillation materials' Cambridge Journals: Proc. of Mat. Res. Soc., 1498, 10 (2013)


    87. P. Pignalosa, H. Lee, W. Guo, X. Duan and Y. Yi, 'Silicon based graded refractive index nanowires for broadband and wide angle antireflection' Cambridge Journals: Proc. of Mat. Res. Soc., 1510, 383 (2013)


    88. Jianwei Mu and Y. Yi, 'Coupled mode theory and its applications on computational nanophotonics' Book chapter in Computational Nanophotonics: Modeling and Applications, Chapter 8, CRC Press  (2013)


    89. Y. Xu, J. Hu, W. Gu, W. Su, and W. Liu, “Real-Time Distributed Control of Battery Energy Storage Systems for Security Constrained DC-OPF”, IEEE Trans. on Smart Grid, 2016. (in press)
    90. H. Lim, W. Su, and C. Mi, "Distance-based Ecological Driving Scheme using a Two-stage Hierarchy for Long-term Optimization and Short-term Adaptation", IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, 2016.
    91. Z. Xu, W. Su, Z. Hu, Y. Song, and H. Zhang, “A Hierarchical Framework for Coordinated Charging of Plug-in Electric Vehicles in China”, IEEE Trans. on Smart Grid, vol.7, no.1, pp.428-438, 2016.
    92. J. Xiong, K. Zhang, Y. Guo, and W. Su, “Investigate the Impacts of PEV Charging Facilities on Integrated Electric Distribution System and Electrified Transportation System”, IEEE Trans. on Transportation Electrification, vol.1, no.2, pp.178-187, 2015.
    93. Y. Guo, J. Xiong, S. Xu, and W. Su, “Two-Stage Economic Operation of Microgrid-like Electric Vehicle Parking Deck”, IEEE Trans. on Smart Grid, vol.7, no.3, pp.1703-1712, May 2016.
    94. N. Zhang, Y. Yan, and W. Su, “A Game-theoretic Economic Operation of Residential Distribution System with High Participation of Distributed Electricity Prosumers”, Applied Energy, vol.154, pp.471-479, 2015.
    95. J. Chen, Y. Zhang, and W. Su, “An Anonymous Authentication Scheme for Plug-in Electric Vehicles Joining to Charging/discharging Station in Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) Networks”, Special Issue on Smart Grid Communications, China Communications, vol.12, no.3, pp.9-19, March 2015.
    96. N. Zhang, Y. Yan, S. Xu, and W. Su, “A Distributed Data Storage and Processing Framework for Next-Generation Residential Distribution Systems”, Electric Power Systems Research, vol.116, pp.174–181, November 2014.
    97. W. Su, J. Wang, and J. Roh, “Stochastic Energy Scheduling in Microgrids with Intermittent Renewable Energy Resources”, IEEE Trans. on Smart Grid, vol.5, no.4, pp.1876-1883, July 2014.
    98. W. Su, J. Wang, K. Zhang, and A.Q. Huang, “Model Predictive Control-based Power Dispatch for Distribution Systems Considering Plug-in Electric Vehicle Uncertainty”, Electric Power Systems Research, vol.106, pp.29-35, January 2014.
    99. W. Su, and J. Wang, “Energy Management Systems in Microgrid Operations”, The Electricity Journal, vol.25, no.8, pp.45-60, October 2012.
    100. W. Su, and M.-Y. Chow, “Computational Intelligence-based Energy Management for a Large-scale PHEV/PEV Enabled Municipal Parking Deck”, Applied Energy, vol.96, pp.171-182, August 2012.
    101. W. Su, and M.-Y. Chow, “Performance Evaluation of An EDA-based Large-scale Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Charging Algorithm”, IEEE Trans. on Smart Grid, vol.3, no.1, pp.308-315, March 2012.
    102. W. Su, H. Rahimi-Eichi, W. Zeng, and M.-Y. Chow, “A Survey on the Electrification of Transportation in a Smart Grid Environment,” IEEE Trans. on Industrial Informatics, vol.8, no. 1, pp.1-10, February 2012.
    103. Xiaofeng Ding and Chunting Mi, "Modeling of Eddy Current Loss and Temperature of the Magnets in Permanent Magnet Machines," Journal of Control, Systems, and Computers, vol. 20, pp. 1-15, 2011.
    104. Linni Jian, Kt Chau, and Chunting Mi, "Analytical Method for Magnetic Field Calculation in a Low-Speed Permanent-Magnet Harmonic Machine," Transactions on Energy Conversion, vol. 26, pp. 862-870, 2011.
    105. Zhiguang Zhou and Chris Mi, "Power Management of PHEV Using Quadratic Programming," International Journal of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, vol. 3, 2011.
    106. Zhang Bingzhan, C. C. Mi, and Zhang Mengyang, "Charge-Depleting Control Strategies and Fuel Optimization of Blended-Mode Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles,"Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on, vol. 60, pp. 1516-1525, 2011.
    107. Xiaofeng Ding and Chunting Mi, "Impact of Inverter on Losses and Thermal Characteristics of Induction Motors," International Journal of Power Electronics, vol. 3, pp. 641-651, 2011.
    108. Hua Bai, Yong Zhang, Chris Semanson, Chen Luo, and Chunting Mi, "Modeling, Design and Optimization of a Fast Charger for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles," IET Electric Systems in Transportation, vol. 1, pp. 3-10, 2011.
    109. Liu Changhong, C. C. Mi, and B. Q. Li, "The Plasmon Resonance of a Multilayered Gold Nanoshell and its Potential Bioapplications," Nanotechnology, IEEE Transactions on, vol. 10, pp. 797-805, 2011.
    110. Park Jungme, Chen Zhihang, L. Kiliaris, M. L. Kuang, M. A. Masrur, A. M. Phillips, and Y. L. Murphey, "Intelligent Vehicle Power Control Based on Machine Learning of Optimal Control Parameters and Prediction of Road Type and Traffic Congestion,"Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on, vol. 58, pp. 4741-4756, 2009.
    111. M. Abul Masrur, Zhihang Chen, and Yi Lu Murphey, "Intelligent Diagnosis of Open and Short Circuit Faults in Electric Drive Inverters For Real-Time Applications," IET Power Electronics, 2009.
    112. Yi L. Murphey, "Intelligent Vehicle Power Management: an overview," Studies in Computational Intelligence (SCI) 132, pp. 169-190, 2008.
    113. M A Masrur, H-J Wu, C Mi, Z-H Chen, and Y L Murphey, "Fault Diagnostics in Power Electronics Based Brake-by-Wire Systems," Proceedings of the I MECH E Part D Journal of Automobile Engineering, vol. 222, pp. 2041-2062, 2008.
    114. Yi Lu Murphey, Zhihang Chen, and Lee Feldkamp, "Incremental Neural Learning and Its Application in Vehicle Diagnostics," Journal of Applied Intelligence, vol. 28, pp. 29-49, 2008.
    115. W. Na, B. Gou, and T. Kim, "Analysis and Control of a Bidirectional DC/DC Converter for an Ultra-Capacitor in a Fuel Cell Generation System,," Journal of Electrical Engineering, Theory and Application, vol. 1, pp. 72-78, 2010.
    116. Kwak Sangshin, Kim Taehyung, and Park Gwangmin, "Phase-Redundant-Based Reliable Direct AC/AC Converter Drive for Series Hybrid Off-Highway Heavy Electric Vehicles," Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on, vol. 59, pp. 2674-2688, 2010.
    117. O. Vodyakho, C. Edrington, M. Steurer, and T. Kim, "Synchronization and Application of Three-phase Converters Utilizing the Power-Hardware-in-the-Loop Concept,," International Journal of Power Electronics, vol. 2, pp. 286-303, 2010.
    118. Kim Taehyung, O. Vodyakho, and J. Yang, "Fuel Cell Hybrid Electric Scooter,"Industry Applications Magazine, IEEE, vol. 17, pp. 25-31, 2011.
    119. D. Paul and T. Kim, "On the Feasibility of the Wireless Steering Wheel: Modeling and Control," International Journal of Automotive Technology, vol. 12, 2011.
    120. T. Kim, "Regenerative Braking Control of a Light Fuel Cell Hybrid Electric Vehicle," " Electric Power Components and Systems, vol. 39, pp. 446-460, 2011.
    121. Na Woonki, Park Taesik, Kim Taehyung, and Kwak Sangshin, "Light Fuel-Cell Hybrid Electric Vehicles Based on Predictive Controllers," Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on, vol. 60, pp. 89-97, 2011.
    122. S. Yu and D. Jung, "A Study of Operation Strategy of Cooling Module with Dynamic Fuel Cell System Model for Transportation Application," Renewable Energy,vol. 35, pp. 2525-2532, 2010.
    123. S. Park, A. Malikopoulos, M. Kokkolaras, and D. Jung, "Thermal Management System Modeling and Component Sizing for Heavy Duty Series Hybrid Electric Vehicles," International Journal of Heavy Vehicle Systems, 2010.
    124. R. Ahlawat, H. Fathy, B. Lee, J. Stein, and D. Jung, "Modeling and Simulation of a Dual Clutch Transmission Vehicle to Analyze the Effect of Pump Selection on Fuel Economy," Vehicle System Dynamics, vol. 48, 2010.
    125. S. Park and D. Jung, "Design of Vehicle Cooling System Architecture for a Heavy Duty Series-Hybrid Electric Vehicle using Numerical System Simulations," ASME J. Eng. Gas Turbines and Power, vol. 132, pp. 092802-1-092802-11, 2010.
    126. B. Lee, Z. Filipi, D. Assanis, and D. Jung, "Simulation-based Assessment of Various Dual-Stage Boosting Systems in Terms of Performance and Fuel Economy Improvements," SAE international Journal of Engines, vol. 2, pp. 1335-1346, 2009.
  • Conference Publications
    1. B. Zhang, W. Li, T. Chen, and W. Su, “A Simulation Platform for Energy-Efficient Dynamic Commuter Transit using Electric Vehicles”, 2016 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo Asia-Pacific, Busan, Korea, June 1-4, 2016.
    2. B. Zhang, T. Chen, and W. Su, “Optimal Routing and Charging of Uber-like Electric Vehicle Considering Dynamic Electricity Price and Passenger Satisfaction”, 2016 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo Asia-Pacific, Busan, Korea, June 1-4, 2016.
    3. Y. Guo, S. Xu, and W. Su, “Smart Management Systems of Plug-in Electric Vehicle Charging Services”, 2015 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo, Dearborn, Michigan, U.S.A. June 14-17, 2015. (Link)
    4. S. Xu, Y. Guo, and W. Su, “A Proof-of-Concept Demonstration of Transportation Electrification for Smart Grid Education”, 2014 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (Asia-Pacific), Beijing, CHINA, August 31-September 3, 2014.
    5. J. Xiong, K. Zhang, X. Liu, and W. Su, “Investigating the Impact of Plug-in Electric Vehicle Charging on Power Distribution Systems with the Integrated Modeling and Simulation of Transportation Network”, 2014 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (Asia-Pacific), Beijing, CHINA, August 31-September 3, 2014.
    6. Y. Guo, X. Liu, Y. Yan, N. Zhang, and W. Su, “Economic Analysis of Plug-in Electric Vehicle Parking Deck with Dynamic Pricing”, 2014 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, National Harbor, MD, U.S.A. July 27-31, 2014.
    7. Y. Guo, J. Hu, and W. Su, “Stochastic Optimization for Economic Operation of Plug-in Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at a Municipal Parking Deck Integrated with On-site Renewable Energy Generation”, 2014 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo, Dearborn, Michigan, U.S.A. June 15-18, 2014.
    8. W. Su, and A.Q. Huang, “A Novel Framework for the Deregulated Electricity Market in FREEDM Systems”, 2013 FREEDM Systems Center Annual Industry Review and Conference, Raleigh, NC, February 13, 2013.
    9. W. Su, and A.Q. Huang, “Proposing a Electricity Market Framework for the Energy Internet”, 2013 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, July 21-25, 2013. (Link)
    10. W. Su, J. Wang, K. Zhang, and M.-Y. Chow, “Framework for Investigating the Impact of PHEV Charging on Power Distribution and Transportation Networks”, The 38th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON), Montreal, Canada, October 25-28, 2012.
    11. W. Su, W. Zeng, and M.-Y. Chow, “A Digital Testbed for a PHEV/PEV Enabled Parking Lot in a Smart Grid Environment”, The Third Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT), Washington D.C., U.S.A. January 17-19, 2012.
    12. Zheng Chen, Ziling Nie, Yuhong Fu, and Chunting Mi, "A Bidirectional Power Converter for Battery of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles," presented at the IEEE Industrious Electronics Society Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, USA, Nov 7-10, 2010.
    13. Yanhui Xie, Jing Sun, and Chunting Mi, "Analysis and modeling of a DC hybrid power system testbed for power management strategy development," presented at the Fifth IEEE International Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), Dearborn, Michigan, USA, September 7-11, 2009.
    14. Ajinkya Joshi, Nirav P. Shah, and Chunting Mi, "Dual clutch based hybrid Electric vehicles," presented at the Fifth IEEE International Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), Dearborn, Michigan, USA, September 7-11, 2009.
    15. Sanbo Pan, Chunting Mi, and Tim Lin, "Design and testing of silicon carbide JFET based inverter," presented at the IEEE International Power Electronics and Machines Conference - ECCE Asia (IPEMC), Wuhan, China, May 17-20 2009.
    16. Bingzhan Zhang, Zhihang Chen, Chunting Mi, and Yi Lu Murphey, "Multi-objective optimization of power management of parallel hybrid electric vehicles using evolutionary algorithm," presented at the Fifth IEEE International Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), Dearborn, Michigan, USA, September 7-11, 2009.
    17. Xiaofeng Ding and Chunting Mi, "Eddy current loss in the magnets of permanent magnet motors for hybrid and electric vehicle traction applications," presented at the Fifth IEEE International Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), Dearborn, Michigan, USA, September 7-11, 2009.
    18. Xi Zhang and Chunting Mi, "Integrated Design of Powertrain Controllers in Series Hybrid Electric Vehicles for Efficiency Enhancement and Battery Lifetime Extension," presented at the 24th Battery, Hybrid, and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition, EVS24, Stavanger, Norway, May 13-16, 2009.
    19. Zhihang Chen, Leonidas Kiliaris, Yi L. Murphey, and M. A. Masrur, "Intelligent Power Management in SHEV based on Roadway Type and Traffic Congestion Levels," presented at the 5th IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC'09), Dearborn, MI, USA, September 7-11, 2009.
    20. Bingzhan Zhang, Zhihang Chen, Chris Mi, and Yi L. Murphey, "A Study of Multi-objective Parameter Optimization in a Series Hybrid Electric Vehicle Using Evolutionary Algorithms," presented at the 5th IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC'09), Dearborn, MI, USA, September 7-11, 2009.
    21. Yinghao Huang, Yi Murphey, Naeem Seliya, and Roy Friedenthal, "Name Entity Recognition and Classification in Medical Text Documents," presented at the 5th International Conference on Data Mining, USA, July 13-16, 2009.
    22. Yi L. Murphey, Zhihang Chen, Mahmoud Abou-Nasr, Ryan Baker, Timothy Feldkamp, and Ilya Kolmanovsky, "Ensembles of Neural Networks with Generalization Capabilities for Vehicle Fault Diagnostics," presented at the Proceedings of International Joint Conference on Neural networks, June 2009.
    23. Yi Lu Murphey, Robert Milton, and Leonidas Kiliaris, "Driver's Style Classification Using Jerk Analysis," presented at the IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Vehicles and Vehicular Systems (CIVVS 2009), March, 2009.
    24. Jungme Park, Haoxing Wang, Yun Luo, and Yi L. Murphey, "Pedestrian Detection using Models of Salient Shape Features and Spatial Connectivity," presented at the International Conference of Pattern Recognition, ICPR, Tempa, Florida, USA, 2008.
    25. Zhihang Chen, Liping Huang, and Yi L. Murphey, "Incremental Neural Learning for Text Document Classification," presented at the Proceedings of International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Orlando, Florida, USA, August, 2007.
    26. T. Park and T. Kim, "Novel Multi-mode Single Leg Converter for Renewable Energy Conversion Systems"," presented at the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology, Auburn, Mar. 2011.
    27. T. Park and T. Kim, "Novel Multi-mode Single Leg Converter for Hybrid Electric Vehicles," presented at the 2011 IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference, Niagra Falls, May, 2011.
    28. T. Kim, O. Vodyakho, and J. Yang, "Control of a Fuel Cell Hybrid Electric Motorcycle," presented at the 2009 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Expo (ECCE), San Jose, 2009.
    29. T. Park and T. Kim, "Novel Fault Tolerant Power Conversion System for Hybrid Electric Vehicles," presented at the 2011 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, Chicago, Sep. 2011.
    30. Gupta, T. Kim, T. Park, and C. Lee, "Intelligent Direct Torque Control of Brushless DC Motors for Hybrid Electric Vehicles," presented at the 2009 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), Dearborn, 2009.
    31. S. Kwak and T. Kim, "Fault Detection and Location of Open Switch Faults in Matrix Converter Drive Systems," presented at the 2009 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), Dearborn, 2009.
    32. T. Kim and J. Yang, "Control of a Brushless DC Motor/Generator in a Fuel Cell Hybrid Electric Vehicle," presented at the 2009 IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics, Seoul, 2009.

Curriculum

Successful applications of advanced technologies depend on the engineers who are well trained with up-to-date curriculum and who can apply what they learned in the industry. Educating future engineers who will succeed in the automotive industry is CEDT's main objective and will be its greatest contribution in the development of electric drive transportation. 

CEDT activities will be fully integrated with the Ph.D and Master's programs in ASE and supported by the Master's degree program in Energy Systems Engineering, in the College of Engineering and Computer Science at UM-Dearborn. Under the CEDT platform, new concentration in Electric Drive Transportation is established for the Ph.D and MS in ASE programs respectively. These concentrations aim at strengthening students' training in EDV related areas. With multidisciplinary characteristics, Courses in the concentration are either newly developed or renovated to include topics related with updated EDV technologies and new development trends.

Facilities

The graduate programs (Master's and PhD Programs in ASE and Master's Program in ESE) are well supported by equipped facilities and laboratories at the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

  • Institute for Advanced Vehicle Systems

    The Institute for Advanced Vehicle Systems (IAVS) focuses on the system level researches related to the design, development and manufacturing of advanced vehicles. The IAVS building houses a number of laboratories in vehicular powertrain and power electronics areas, including the Hybrid Powertrain and Transmission Laboratory. It contains a plant-like area with the equipment for the assembly of vehicle drive systems or the whole prototype vehicles. In addition, it provides office spaces for research staffs, graduate students and workshops for student Capstone projects. The college is fully committed to making the IAVS facilities available for the activities of the proposed GATE center.

  • Hybrid Powertrain and Transmission Laboratory

    Hybrid Powertrain and Transmission Laboratory located in IAVS Building, Room 1090. Equipment available to the proposed GATE Center:

    • Horiba 150kW Dynamometer and drive systems
    • Ford Range Electric Vehicle
    • Ford electric vehicle drivetrain, 45kW
    • Battery cycler, 400V, 250A
  • DENSO Climate Control Education and Research Laboratory

    The DENSO Climate Control Education and Research Laboratory is well-equipped to conduct basic and applied research in thermally-related automotive climate control and thermal management projects. Equipment available in DENSO Climate Control Education and Research Laboratory to the proposed GATE Center:

    • Walk-in CTS Climate Control Chamber (154 ft2; 42,000 Btu/hr; -10 F to 140 F); 
    • Torrington Air flow meter (3600 cfm); 
    • Dayton blower (350 cfm); FTS Systems Chiller (-10 C); 
    • Refrigeration Test Stand (30 hp motor, variable speed drive); 
    • Toyota Test Vehicle, instrumented with sensors and data acquisition system, Accessories and tools
  • Intelligent Systems Laboratory

    In the Intelligent Systems Laboratory, equipment available to the proposed GATE Center are as follows:
    - Three Dell workstations, 8-core processors
    - PSAT and ADVISOR software

Industry Partners

In line with the college's longstanding practice, CEDT encourages and facilitates research and education projects in collaboration with industrial partners.

With CEDT as the platform, industrial cooperation can be conducted in a variety of ways:

• Industrial funding for research projects
• Internship for Graduate students
• Guidance and advising of research projects and thrust areas
• Sponsorship of student projects
• Sponsorship of seminars, technical meetings and training sessions
• Equipment donations and sharing

Boards and Committees

CEDT has also formed an Industrial Advisory Board whose members are managers and supervisors from OEMs and suppliers in the automotive industry as well as national laboratories in related technical areas. The Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) provides inputs and guidance to CEDT on industrial development trends, joint project opportunities and impacts of research and education outcomes.

  • Industrial Advisory Board (IAB)

    Brian Wynne, IAB Chair
    President, Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA) 

    Chloé Pasque, IAB Vice Chair

    Academic Sales Representative, dSPACE Inc. 

    Mengyang Zhang

    Senior Technical Specialist, Electrified Powertrain Program, Chrysler Group, LLC

    Mark Zachos

    DG Technologies

    Theodore Bohn

    Principal Electrical Engineer, Argonne National Laboratory

    Jim Romine

    Executive Vice President of Engineering, Yazaki North America

    Chuck Gray

    Chief Engineer, Core Electrification Engineering, Ford Motor Company

    Dr. Bill Post

    Honda R&D North Americas

    Scott Stanton

    ANSYS

    Dr. Chris Dries

    CEO, United Silicon Carbide

    Hawk Asgeirsson

    Manager, Power Systems Technologies, DTE Energy

    Joy Greenway

    President, Climate Product Group, Visteon Corporation

    Erik Limpaecher

    Chief Technical Officer, Princeton Power Systems, Inc.

    Konrad Weeber

    Technology Leader, General Electric

    Tomy Sebastian

    Chief Scientist, Nexteer Automotive

    Bruno Lequesne

    President IEEE IAS Society, Eaton

    Jan Ladewig

    Director for Research and Development, Hp Pelzer Group

    Zed Tang

    Lead Application Engineer, ANSYS Inc.

    Wensi Jin

    Application Engineer, Mathworks

    Ed Han

    VP of Engineering, Wei Cai China

    David Fulton

    Director, Forward Engineering, Remy Inc.

    Pete Savagian

    Engineering Director, Hybrid and Electric Architecture and Electric Motors, General Motors 

    Kevin Gagnon

    VP, Automotive STMicroelectronics

    Kevin Pavlov

    VP, Engineering Magna Ecar

  • Curriculum Subcommittee

    Chair:

    Ming Kuang, Ford Motor Company 

    Members:

    • Mahendra Muli, dSPACE Inc. 
    • Mark Zachos, DG Technology 
    • Zed Tang, ANSYS, Inc.
  • Intellectual Property Subcommittee

    Chair:

    Kevin Pavlov, VP, Engineering Magna Ecar

    Members:

    • Jim Romine, Executive Vice President of Engineering, Yazaki North America
    • Amy Skehan, Director, Business Engagement Center, UM-Dearborn
    • Tom Watson, VP, R&D, Global Technology & Innovation, JCI

GATE Graduate Student Fellows

  • Xianzhi Gong (xianzhigong@gmail.com)
  • Chenwen You (youc@umich.edu) 
  • Jinghai Xu (jinghaix@umich.edu)
  • Bing Xia (xiabing@umich.edu)
  • Hao Pan (hapan@umich.edu)
  • Tianze Kan (tkan@umich.edu)
  • Hajir Pourbabak  (hpourbab@umich.edu)
  • Tao Chen  (taochn@umich.edu)
  • Zheming Liang  (zhemingl@umich.edu)
  • Xiaohang Yu  (xiaohang@umich.edu)

Center for Electric Drive Transportation

1060 & 1090
Institute for Advanced Vehicle Systems (IAVS)

Dr. Wencong Su

Phone: 
313-593-5314
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