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Applications:
Civic Infrastructure, Climate Research, Complex Systems, Electrical Engineering, Energy Research
Methodologies:
Dynamical Models, Optimization, Predictive Modeling
Relevant Projects:

DOE, ARPA-E, NSF, EPA, ARL, SWRI, TARDEC, Ford, Toyota, Daimler, GE, Eaton, PARC, UTRC, Samsung.


Connections:

Local: EV Ordinance Working group (reports to Ann Arbor energy commission), National: Member of the NASEM Committee on Light Duty Fuel Efficiency Standards, International: IEEE-CSS, ASME-DSCD, SAE

Anna G. Stefanopoulou

Professor

Mechanical Engineering


Affiliation(s):

Electrical Engineering, Energy Institute

Energy Transportation related topics: data and simulations of various cleaner and ultimately cost-effective options for transit. exploring techno-economic and environmental issues in electric ride-sharing/hailing vehicles to create clean and convenient alternatives to single-occupancy vehicles. investigation of the location and integration of chargers with energy storage and bi-directional services, along with the connection to distributed renewable power generation such as solar arrays as well as the centralized electric grid.

Powertrain related topics: measurements, models and management of batteries, fuel cells, and engines in automotive and stationary applications.