Jonathan Lock

Doctoral Student at Signal Processing

Jonathan lock is a PhD student in the signal processing group with Tomas McKelvey as his advisor. He will study methods for more accurately controlling hybrid vehicles in order to reduce their emissions and/or improve their fuel efficiency. One area of research that will be studied are methods for more accurately estimating and managing the dynamics of their exhaust system.

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Optimal Transient Real-Time Engine-Generator Control in the Series-Hybrid Vehicle

Jonathan Lock, Rickard Arvidsson, Tomas McKelvey
Dynamic Systems and Control Conference. Vol. 2
Paper in proceedings

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