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UPEL students, M. Muneeb Ur Rehman and Hongjie Wang, published three research papers at COMPEL 2015, the annual IEEE conference for Control and Modeling for Power Electronics. The research work is part of the AMPED project for which UPEL is working with a multi-disciplinary team including the University of Colorado at Boulder and Colorado Springs, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and Ford Motor Company. The project is funded in part by the United States Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects (ARPA-E).
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USU College of Engineering, "UPEL Students Publish Research Papers on Electric Vehicle Battery Management System at COMPEL 2015 | Utah State University Power Electronics Lab" (2015). College of Engineering News. 126.