This team conducts research to accelerate the progression to carbon-zero transport, particularly in the automotive sector and also working across the aerospace, and marine and rail transport sectors.
The E-Mobility research takes place within the Centre for Advanced Low Carbon Propulsion Systems and is focused on four core research areas:
- Electrochemical energy storage
- Hydrogen fuel cells
- Power electronics
- Electric machines
C-ALPS’ researchers and partners collaborate closely within this diverse and multi-disciplined research environment, focusing on innovation in propulsion systems for transport.
Areas of research
The E-Mobility team has world leading expertise in battery technologies & supercapacitors, ranging from the chemistry within cells through to their manufacture, lifetime performance and recycling.
The group also have a growing team focused on mobile hydrogen fuel cell applications.
Power electronics and electric machines
The power electronics and machines team undertake research ranging from power semi-conductors devices to power converters and electrical machines with their associated control systems and instrumentation.
|Energy Storage||Power Electronics/Electric Machines|
|Group leader: Rohit Bhagat||Group leader: Petar Igic|
|Zahoor Ahmed||Senthooran Balasubramaniam|
|Tazdin Amietszajew||Soroush Faramehr|
|Ruth Carvajal Ortiz||Jianwei Li|
|Oliver Curnick||Ke Li|
|Joe Fleming||Qingsong Wang|
|Marveh Forghani||James Widmer|