Rémi Lacombe

Doctoral Student at Automatic Control

Rémi Lacombe is a PhD student in the research group Automatic Control, focusing his research on networks of electric buses. Rémi is involved in the OPNET project, funded by the Swedish Energy Agency, which aims to propose real-time control methods to minimize the energy consumption of fleets of buses. He also works on improving the service reliability of bus networks by using distributed control algorithms that rely on cooperation among the buses.

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Showing 3 publications

2021

Optimal Control of Electric Bus Lines

Rémi Lacombe
Licentiate thesis
2021

Bilevel optimization for bunching mitigation and eco-driving of electric bus lines

Rémi Lacombe, Sebastien Gros, Nikolce Murgovski et al
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems
Journal article
2020

Hierarchical Control of Electric Bus Lines

Rémi Lacombe, Sebastien Gros, Nikolce Murgovski et al
IFAC-PapersOnLine. Vol. 53 (2), p. 14179-14184
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2018–2021

OPerational Network Energy managemenT for electrified buses (OPNET)

Balázs Adam Kulcsár Automatic Control
Nikolce Murgovski Mechatronics
Rémi Lacombe Automatic Control
Sébastien Gros Automatic Control
Swedish Energy Agency

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