Javier Solano, VPPC 2018 Award Chair, presented the Vehicular Power & Propulsion Conference Best Paper Awards to two groups. One award was presented to Thanh Vo-Duy and Minh C. Ta, Centre for Technology Innovation – CTI, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam for their paper titled “Slip Ratio Estimation for Traction Control of Electric Vehicles”
Javier Solano, VPPC 2018 Award Chair, presented the Vehicular Power & Propulsion Conference Best Paper Awards to two groups. One award was presented to Shima Nazari, Jason Siegel and Anna Stefanopoulou from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor for their work titled “Optimal Energy Management for a Hybrid Electric Vehicle with a Power Split Supercharger”
IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC) 2019:
The 2019 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC) will be held in Hanoi, Vietnam, under the organization of Hanoi University of Science and Technology.
The conference will bring together practicing engineers, researchers and other professional for interactive and multidisciplinary discussion on vehicle power, propulsion and related technologies. Our main goal is to connect green e-motion worldwide in a complete network. It will include keynote papers by authoritative speakers, technical sessions, tutorial sessions, poster sessions, special and invited sessions and exhibitions.
Technical papers, tutorials and industry participation are welcome. Proposals of special sessions are also gratefully expected. All presented papers will be included in the conference proceeding and stored in the database of IEEExplore and can be submitted to the IEEE Transaction on Vehicular Technology for peer review.
Moreover, VPPC 2019 will be in a carbon care philosophy. We will try to reduce the conference ecological footprint. The CO2 emissions associated with the travel of attendees will be compensated by carbon reduction projects.
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The Best Overall VTC2018-Fall Paper went to Mario H. Castaneda Garcia, Marcin Iwanow, and Richard A. Stirling-Gallacher, all from Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH for their paper titled “LOS MIMO Design based on Multiple Optimum Antenna Separations”.
Pictured: J.R. Cruz and Prajwal Keshavamurthy, who accepted the award on behalf of his colleagues.
The Best VTC2018-Fall Student Paper was awarded to Yunchou Xing, Ojas Kanhere, Shihao Ju, Theodore S. Rappaport and George R. MacCartney Jr. from New York University for their paper titled “Verification and Calibration of Antenna Cross-Polarization Discrimination and Penetration Loss for Millimeter Wave Communications”.
Pictured: Shihao Ju, Theodore S. Rappaport, Yunchou Xing, Ojas Kanhere.