Zuan Khalik is currently a Doctoral Candidate at the Control Systems Group in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology. His research is in the field of battery management and control, under supervision of Tijs Donkers and Henk Jan Bergveld in the AutoDrive project. His focus is mainly optimal (ageing-aware) charging of batteries.
Zuan Khalik received his BSc degree in Electrical Engineering (Automotive) in 2015 and his MSc degree in Automotive Technology (cum laude) in 2017 from Eindhoven University of Technology. His MSc thesis was in the field of vehicle energy management entitled: "Vehicle Energy Management with Ecodriving: A Sequential Quadratic Programming Approach with Dual Decomposition" and was supervised by Tijs Donkers.
Modeling and Optimal Control for Aging-Aware Charging of Batteries(2021)
Ageing-Aware Charging of Lithium-ion Batteries Using a Surrogate Model2021 American Control Conference, ACC 2021 (2021)
Parameter Estimation of the Doyle-Fuller-Newman Model for Lithium-Ion Batteries by Parameter Normalization, Grouping, and Sensitivity AnalysisJournal of Power Sources (2021)
Model simplifications and their impact on computational complexity for an electrochemistry-based battery modeling toolboxJournal of Power Sources (2021)
Ageing-aware charging of lithium-ion batteries using an electrochemistry-based model with capacity-loss side reactions2020 American Control Conference, ACC 2020 (2020)
- OGO Project "energy management in hybrid vehicles"
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