Mohammed Razaul Karim

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Electrical Engineering, Systems and control, Automatic Control

Mohammed Razaul Karim is a PhD student in the automatic control research group. His research focuses on automotive powertrain control to optimize energy efficiency in hybrid electric vehicles.


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Predictive engine and aftertreatment control concepts for a heavy-duty long-haul truck

Sebastian Petri, Giovanni Vagnoni, Ferenc Aubeck et al
Paper in proceedings

Supervisory Control for Real-Driving Emission Compliance of Heavy-Duty Vehicles

Mohammed Razaul Karim, Bo Egardt, Nikolce Murgovski et al
IFAC-PapersOnLine. Vol. 51 (31), p. 460-466
Journal article

Supervisory Framework and Model-based Control of Engine and Exhaust Aftertreatment System

Mohammed Razaul Karim, Nikolce Murgovski, Esteban Gelso et al
2018 European Control Conference, ECC 2018, p. 959-964
Paper in proceedings

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MultiMEC- Multivariabla metoder för energieffektiv motorstyrning

Bo Egardt Automatic Control
Tomas McKelvey Signal Processing
Dhinesh Vilwanathan Velmurugan Signal Processing
Mohammed Razaul Karim Automatic Control
Nikolce Murgovski Mechatronics

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