EVS36 — 36th Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exposition
Lecture Sessions

1A - Smart Charging and Demand Management

Monday, June 12, 2023

9:45 am - 11:15 am

Ballroom B3

9:45 am-10:05 am

Real-world implementation of smart charging: Challenges and lesson learned

Gilles Van Kriekinge
Vrije Universiteit Brussel – MOBI

Gilles Van Kriekinge obtained his Master's Degree in Electromechanical engineering at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) in 2019, with a specialization in energy. His master thesis is about a techno-economic assessment of the integration of solar energy, storage system and vehicle-to-grid technology in a microgrid. He is currently a PhD candidate at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and is working on the project “Optimized bi-directional & smart vehicle charging in local energy systems (OPTIBIDS)".

10:05 am-10:25 am

Using machine learning models to forecast electric vehicle destination and charging event

Hanif Tayarani
University of California, Davis
United States

Hanif Tayarani is a Ph.D. student at UC Davis. He is in the Transportation Technology and Policy program at the Institute of Transportation Studies and works in the Electric Vehicle Research Center. Hanif’s interest lies in the intersection of computer intelligence approaches and transportation studies. Hanif obtained his BS and MSE in Electrical Engineering from KNTU, Iran.

10:25 am-10:45 am

Power management at the smart charging node

Hampus Alfredsson
RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

Hampus Alfredsson works as a researcher and project leader within the field of electromobility at RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Gothenburg. He received an M.Sc in environmental engineering and energy systems at Lund University in 2018. In his daily research, he works primarily with questions around charging infrastructure for electrified vehicles, including modeling and analyzing localization and smart utilization of the infrastructure from a fleet perspective.

10:45 am-11:05 am

Open-data methodology for optimizing the allocations of Charging Stations

Hana Elattar
Deggendorf Institute of Technology

Hana Elattar is a researcher in the Deggendorf Institute of Technology in Germany. Holding a master of science degree in international cooperation urban planning from the University of Grenoble-Alpes - France, she is currently preparing to start her PhD in the field of energy spatial planning. Her work with DIT includes working on ERA-Net’s CrossChargePoint project with as focus on planning CS infrastructure. She contributes to the project as a researcher and co-team coordinator. She has experience with working on projects in topics of Smart Cities and participatory planning.