Message from the Chair - May 2022

Welcome to the IEEE Transportation Electrification Community!  

Our mission is to coordinate all things transportation, electric and smart, within IEEE.  Honestly, our task gets bigger every day with applications that would have been thought of as “futuristic” if not downright crazy just a few years ago, from autonomous cars to fully electric airplanes and super high-speed trains. 

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What's New

Feature Article

Published by IEEE Spectrum

Fast-Charging EV Batteries With Nickel Foil - New tech enables standard EV batteries to charge to 70 percent capacity in 11 minutes

By Charles Q. Choi

Standard electric-vehicle batteries can recharge much of their range in just 10 minutes with the addition of a thin sheet of nickel inside them, a new study finds. This could provide a welcome and economically attractive alternative to expensive EVs that carry massive and massively expensive battery packs.

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Published by Renewable Energy World

Strategies for reducing the fossil-fuel impact of electric vehicles

Contributed by Philip T. Krein, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Zhejiang University, China

The impact of electric transportation on pollution and reduced carbon emissions and fossil-fuel consumption is complicated. On the one hand, well-designed electric vehicles (EVs) use much less energy per mile than conventionally-fueled vehicles. For passenger cars, good all-electric designs use roughly a quarter of the energy per mile of gasoline cars, tracing back to the source. On the other hand, the emissions impact tends to be much more local, and depends on how electricity is generated in a region.

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Published by EE Online

Green Ovations | Flying Cars and e-VTOL Vehicles
The Future of Transportation for Reducing Emissions

by Kaushik Rajashekara, IEEE

The advancement of flying cars and eVTOL (electric vertical takeoff and landing) vehicles is reshaping the future of transportation. In addition to helping us reach our destinations more quickly and cut road traffic congestion, flying cars and eVTOL vehicles could help dramatically reduce the overall greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from transportation globally.

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Technology Spotlight

New Webinar!  

Noise Sources in Electric Vehicles

Presenter:  Karen Burnham, Electro Magnetic Applications, Denver, CO
Date:  Monday, December 12, 2022, 1:00 PM EST

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Check out the latest podcast from TEC

Smart Electrification is Revolutionizing Farming Today

Our guest was none other than “e-farming” Guru, Dr. Brij Singh, Technical Fellow and Region 4 Manager of External Relationship, Deere and Company. In this podcast, Dr. Singh highlights several burning issues related to smart e-farming and explains how modern electrical machinery will make the lives of farmers easier. He also clarifies how e-farming will influence the farms of the future and change the way crops are produced. He particularly places importance on the role of power electronics and AI/IoT within the e-agricultural sector. He also talks about the role electrified drones will have moving forward. Finally, he talks about developing nations in continents such as Africa and Asia and how farmers there are adapting to agricultural tech advancements, especially from a social perspective. He also exclusively mentions how he and his family have been involved with agriculture and farming in India since the early 1400s. We were indeed honored to host Dr. Brij Singh as our guest for this timely episode on smart electrified farming.

Be sure to check out the other podcasts from TEC:

It's Not Enough to be TEC Savvy
CUTRIC, The Canadian Dream
On the Fast Track - Formula Hybrid Gaining Traction
Shifting Gears from the Lab to the Market
Women in Power and Energy – The Story of the Superwoman

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