Department of Automotive Engineering

Vehicular Electronics Team

Dr. Todd Hubing
Automotive electronic systems integration; design for electromagnetic compatibility; electromagnetic modeling; antennas and RF propagation; extraction of information from unintentional radiated emissions; grounding, filtering and shielding.

Dr. Simona Onori
Modeling, simulation, control and optimization in hybrid and electric vehicles; aging, characterization modeling and identification in Li-ion and PbA batteries; model-based battery management system; hardware-in-the-loop simulations; multi-objective optimization;  optimal control theory; aging modeling in interconnected systems.

Dr. Pierluigi Pisu
Fault diagnosis; fault tolerant control; prognostics; aging modeling; failure mode and effect analysis; modeling and energy management in hybrid electric vehicles.

Dr. David Smith
Human-Machine Interaction (HMI) research that develops and applies emerging interactive technologies to vehicle experience design. Explores development tools and techniques that support vehicle design, engineering, sales, and manufacturing.

Dr. Joachim Taiber
Infrastructure development for connected and energy efficient vehicles; interaction of vehicle systems with infrastructure systems; application development for the connected vehicle; extensive R&D expertise in the automotive industry