Scientific Programme

Table of contents of the scientific programme

Content Outline

Focusing on the fundamental aspects of control, observation and electrical systems, ACES 2022 will offer top scientific lectures, seminars and meetings with leading researchers in the fields of automatic control and electrical systems, as well as an introduction to research through a supervised project. The quality of the work undertaken and your scientific potential will be assessed.

Particular emphasis will be laid on hybrid systems, system identification, electric and hybrid vehicles and trains, capable of inventing and developing new breakthroughs and technological developments.

  • 27 hScientific lectures
  •  3 h Scientific research project
  •  5 h French Language
  •  1 h Haut-de-France: Heritage & culture
  •  1 h Haut-de-France: A dynamic environment for researchers
  •  3 h Welcome & closing sessions

Keywords

Advanced Modelling Methods, Advanced Control Methods, Hybrid & Electric Vehicles, Energetic Macroscopic Representation, Innovative Energy Storage Systems, High-Efficiency Electrical Machines, Geo-Localisation, System Identification, Parameters Estimation.

Programme At A Glance

Please note: this programme may be subject to minor modifications.

Scientific Research Project

Designed to facilitate your admission to doctoral or postdoctoral programmes in France, the Scientific Research Project will require both personal and teamwork. It will include sessions of tutorials or free discussion with researchers and PhD students from the CRIStAL and L2EP laboratories.

The project will involve the analysis of articles, bibliographical summaries, a presentation of state-of-the-art trends in the chosen research topic, simulations when appropriate and a final project defence in front of the scientific board.

You will have every opportunity to contact teachers/researchers with a view to identify a research project; assistance will be provided in maintaining contact in order to finalise the project up to enrolment in the doctoral or postdoctoral programme.

Literature

1. 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 – 2013 best land transportation paper award of IEEE Vehicular Technology Society (common paper of L2EP Lille and Honk-Kong University).
2. 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, vol. 60, no. 6, pp. 4106-4114, November 2011 (common paper L2EP Lille, LTE-INRETS, FEMTO-ST and Harbin Institute of Technology, within MEGEVH, French network on HEVs).
3. 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).
4. 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, within MEGEVH, French network on HEVs).
5. L. Horrein, A. Bouscayrol, Y. Cheng, C. Dumand, G. Colin, Y. Chamaillard, “Influence of the heating system on the fuel consumption of a hybrid electric vehicle”, Energy Conversion and Management, Vol. 129, December 2016, pp.250–261 (common paper of L2EP Lille, PSA Peugeot Citroën, PRISME Lab within MEGEVH, French network on HEVs).
6. W. Lhomme, A. Bouscayrol, S.A. Syed, S. Roy, F. Gailly, O. Pape, “Energy Savings of a Hybrid Truck using a Ravigneaux Gear Train”, IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 66, no.10, October 2017, pp. 8682 – 8692, (common paper of L2EP Lille and Nexter systems within MEGEVH, French network on HEVs).
7. A. Desrevaux, A. Bouscayrol, R. Trigui, E. Castex, J. Klein, “Impact of the Velocity Profile on Energy Consumption of Electric Vehicles”, IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, Vol. 68, no.8, December 2019, pp. 11420-11426.
8. K. Li, A. Bouscayrol, C. Cui, Y. Cheng, “A Hybrid Modular Cascade Machines System for Electric Vehicles using Induction Machine and Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine”, IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, Vol.70, no.1, pp 273-281.
9. C. Mayet, J. Welles, A. Bouscayrol, T. Hofman, B. Lemaire-Semail, “Influence of a CVT on the Fuel Consumption of a Parallel Medium-Duty Electric Hybrid Truck”, Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, Vol. 158, April 2019, pp. 120-129, (common paper by L2EP and Tech. Univ. Eindhoven, within the CE2I programme).
10. L. Hetel, C. Fiter, H. Omran, A. Seuret, E. Fridman, J.-P. Richard, S. I. Niculescu, “Recent developments on the stability of systems with aperiodic sampling: an overview”, Automatica, 76: 309-335, 2017 – Survey paper.
11. J. Wang, D. Efimov, S. Aranovskiy, A. A. Bobtsov, “Fixed-time estimation of parameters for non-persistent excitation”, European Journal of Control, 2019.
12. M. Daher, J. Al Hage, M. E. El Najjar, A. Diab, M. Khalil, F. Charpillet, “Towards High Integrity Personal Localisation System Based on Informational Formalism”, IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation & Measurement, January 2019.
13. M. Dawood, C. Cappelle, M. E. El Najjar, J. Peng, M. Khalil, D. Pomorski, “Virtual 3D city model as a priori information source of vehicle ego-localization system”, Journal of Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, Elsevier Publisher 2016.
NB: Minor modifications to the scientific programme may occur.