3B - Component Technology Innovation and Analysis
Monday, June 12, 2023
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Development of vehicle pitch motion control based on human perception system
Hyundai Motor Company
Cho, Lee Hyoung received the MS degree in mechanical engineering from KAIST, Daejeon, Korea in 2008.In 2008 he joined the Powertrain Control Team of Renault Samsung Motors as a research engineer and worked for developing SW of CVT and Auto Transmission. In 2013 he joined the Advanced Technology Institute of Doosan Infracore and worked for developing controller for diesel engine and hydraulic integrated system for an excavator. In 2015 he joined the Electrification Control System Development Team of Hyundai Motor Company and has been working for developing a vehicle control for internal combustion engines, hybrid electric vehicles. His current research interests include electrified powertrain control and vehicle motion control.
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Dr. Milan Rosina is Principal Analyst, Power Electronics & Battery, at Yole Intelligence (Yole), within the Power & Wireless division. Dr. Rosina has 20 years of scientific, industrial, and managerial experience in equipment and process development. His experience includes due diligence, technology, and market surveys in the fields of renewable energies, EV/HEV, energy storage, batteries, power electronics, thermal management, and innovative materials and components. Dr. Rosina received his Ph.D. degree from National Polytechnical Institute (Grenoble, France). He previously worked for the Institute of Electrical Engineering in Slovakia; Centrotherm in Germany; Fraunhofer IWS in Germany; CEA LETI in France; and the French utility company ENGIE.
Studies on vehicle motion control using a traction motor in electrified vehicles
Hyundai Motor Company
Dr. Sangjoon Kim received the B.E degree in electrical engineering from Hanyang University , Seoul, Korea in 2006 and he received the PhD in the same department from Hanyang University in 2022. In 2006, he joined the Electrification Control System Development Team of R&D Division, Hyundai Motor Company, as a Research Engineer, and he has been working for vehicle controller development such as Engine Control Unit (ECU), Hybrid Electric Vehicle Control Unit (HCU), Electric Vehicle Control Unit (VCU). In 2021, he became a Leader of xEV Control Development Part. His current research interests include vehicle-level control system integration, AI based control application and agile and efficient control system development for mass production as well.