Congratulations to Dartmouth's Formula Hybrid on Winning the 2018 ABET Innovation Award
Dartmouth’s Formula Hybrid Wins Coveted Award Recognized by ABET for Innovations in Engineering &...
Now Available! The March 2018 TEC eNewsletter
The March 2018 issue of the TEC...
Check out the December 2017 TEC eNewsletter, now available!
The December 2017 issue of the TEC eNewsletter is now available.IN THIS ISSUE: From the...
CFP: IEEE Transactions on Transportation Electrification (TTE) Special Issue on Electric Machine Design and Numerical Optimization
Modern transportation systems have seen a considerable increase in electrification. This has led...
2018 Newly Elected IEEE Fellows
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20% Discount for TEC Members for TEC eLearning Courses
As a member of the IEEE Transportation Electrification Community you are entitled to a 20%...
Published by IEEE Spectrum - featuring TEC member Burak Ozpineci
Oak Ridge Inches Closer to 15-Minute Wireless EV Charging
But the team must further scale their 120-kilowatt wireless charging system for electric vehicles in order to meet the U.S. Department of Energy’s goal
Photo: Genevieve Martin/Oak Ridge National Laboratory/U.S. Department of Energy
By Mark Anderson
Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee have developed wireless charging technology that they say could fill up a typical electric car today in under an hour. This represents a six-fold improvement over a similar wireless charging system they announced in 2016. That plugless EV charging technology, they report, is now being modified for commercial applications including delivery trucks.
Presented by IEEE Transportation Electrification Community
Vehicle Cyber Security: Where the Rubber Meets the Code
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - 11:00am ET - 12:00pm ET
Presenter: Dr. Stacy Prowell, Chief Cyber Security Research Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory