ID：361 189 042
报告人：Japan Tielong Shen 教授
Tielong Shen is a Full Professor in control engineering at Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan. His research interests include control theory and applications in automotive powertrain systems, power systems, and mechanical systems. Dr. Shen has author/co-authored eleven text books in Japanese, English and Chinese, respectively, and has published more than 200 research papers in peer-reviewed major journals. In this year, he served as general chair of SICE Annual Conference 2021, and general chair of 6th IFAC Conference on ECOSM 2021, respectively. Recently, he is awarded the 8th TCCT Outstanding Contribution Ward.
Saving energy and reducing carbon emission are two challenging issues for the automotive powertrain control technology. Very recently, connected and electrified powertrain technology became a major trend of automotive industry. This lecture will focus on the connectivity and control of electrified powertrain. The lecture is divided to two parts. In this part, on-board optimal energy management problem for hybrid electric powertrains is explained with practical examples which is on going project of the speaker. Furthermore, mean-field type control approach is explained which is a challenging to applying advanced game theory to deal with the problem of controlling collective behavior of large-scale vehicles