Huei Peng

Dr. Huei Peng is a Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan and Director of the US Clean Vehicle Consortium of the US-China Clean Energy Research Center. His research interests include adaptive control and optimal control, with emphasis on their applications to vehicular and transportation systems. His current research focuses include design and control of hybrid electric vehicles and vehicle active safety systems. He is a primary researcher at the University of Michigan Automotive Research Center, and was involved in the design of several military and civilian concept vehicles, including FTTS, FMTV, and Super-HUMMWV. Dr. Peng received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley in 1992.

Additional Information:

Huei Peng’s homepage

Select Publications:

  • C. Ahn, C. Li and H. Peng, “Optimal Decentralized Charging Control Algorithm for Electrified Vehicles Connected to Smart Grid,” Journal of Power Sources, Volume 196, Issue 23, 1 December 2011, Pages 10369-10379.
  • C. Li, C. Ahn, H. Peng, and J. Sun, “Integration of Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging and Wind Energy Scheduling on Electricity Grid,” IEEE PES Conference on Innovative Smart Grid Technologies, Washington DC, USA, 2012.
  • Tulga Ersal, Changsun Ahn, Ian A. Hiskens, Huei Peng, Anna Stefanopoulou, Jeffrey L. Stein, “On the Effect of DC Source Voltage on Inverter-Based Frequency and Voltage Regulation in a Military Microgrid,” Proceedings of American Control Conference, submitted, Montreal, Canada, 2012.
  • H. Peng, “Design and Control of Electrified Vehicles for Improved Fuel Economy,” Keynote speech in ASME IDETC Conference, AVTT symposium, August 29, 2011.
Contact Info: 

Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Michigan
G036 Lay Automotive Laboratory
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2133 USA
(734) 936-0352