The research position will be investigating condition monitoring and fault prognosis and diagnosis for power and energy systems through adaptive parameter estimation. The initial emphasis will be on electrochemical energy storage and vehicle electrification. Future work may investigate the interactions between energy storage and power systems.
PhD in Electrical Engineering or related field of study
Experience in power systems, power electronics, battery energy storage, adaptive control, and a solid experimental background.
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