Pubs

Publications/Presentations authored by center researchers

2014
•Brice G. Nichols, Kara M. Kockelman. “Air Quality Impacts of Electric Vehicle Adoption in Texas.”
-To be submitted for presentation at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
• T. Donna Chen, Yiyi Wang and Kara Kockelman. “Where Are the Electric Vehicles? A Spatial Model for Vehicle-Choice Count Data.” Compendium of the Transportation Research Board’s 93rd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January 2014.
2013
• Shoupeng Tang, Stephen D. Boyles, and Nan Jiang. Combined distribution and stochastic assignment problem with distance constraint. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, January 2013.
• Stephen D. Boyles. “Integrated Network-Based Models for Evaluating and Optimizing the Impact of Electric Vehicles on the Transportation System.” April 2013.
• Ti Zhang, Stephen D. Boyles, S. Travis Waller. “Modeling Combined Travel Choices of Electric Vehicle Drivers with Variational Inequality Formulation.” Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board’s 92th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January 2013.
• David Tuttle, Robert Fares, Ross Baldick, Michael Webber, “Plug-In Vehicle to Home (V2H) Duration and Power Output Capability“, IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (iTEC), Dearborn, MI, 2013 (pres & pub)
• Mahdi Kefayati and Ross Baldick “On Optimal Operation of Storage Devices under Stochastic Market Prices,” IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), Florence, Italy, 2013.
• Mahdi Kefayati and Ross Baldick “Scheduling Flexible Loads in Multi-settlement Electricity Markets,” INFORMS, Minneapolis, MN, 2013.
• Mahdi Kefayati and Ross Baldick “PEV Demand Flexibility and its Impact on the Electric Power System,” IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (iTEC), Dearborn, MI, 2013
• Presentation tiled “University of Texas at Austin Welcomes Tesla Motors”, University of Texas campus, Austin, TX, Nov 4, 2013.
• “Zero to 60 Hertz: Electric Vehicles and the Grid” was presented Feb 15th at ERCOT Taylor, and is also on Youtube at http://youtu.be/oNQRN1hlh7A., 2013.
• T. Donna Chen, Mobashwir Khan and Kara Kockelman. “The Electric Vehicle Charging Station Location Problem: A Parking-Based Assignment Method for Seattle.” Compendium of the Transportation Research Board’s 92nd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January 2013.
• Kara Kockelman, Yiyi Wang, T. Donna Chen and Brice Nichols. “Air Quality Impacts of EV Adoption.” NSF EV-TEC Industry-University Research Center workshop on Electric Vehicles: Transportation and Electricity Convergence, Member Advisory Panel Meeting, NCTCOG, Arlington, TX, May 7, 2013.
• Kockelman, Kara. “Going Green: Benefit-Cost Analysis for Potential Electric Vehicle Owners.” Presented at the Transportation Research Board’s 92nd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January 2013.
• Evolution of the Household Vehicle Fleet.” Presented to the Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo, Detroit, MI, September 17, 2013.
• T. Donna Chen, Yiyi Wang and Kara Kockelman. “Where are the Electric Vehicles? A Spatial Model for Vehicle-Choice Count.” Presented at the 60th North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2013.
• David Tuttle, Robert Fares, Ross Baldick, Michael Webber, “Plug-In Vehicle to Home (V2H) Duration and Power Output Capability“, IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (iTEC), Dearborn, MI, 2013 (pres & pub)
• T. Donna Chen, Mobashwir Khan and Kara Kockelman. “Locating Electric Vehicle Charging Stations: A Parking-Based Assignment Method for Seattle.” Forthcoming in Transportation Research Record, 2013.
• S. Puller. “Who Responds to Electricity Prices? New Evidence on Demand Response by Large Customers” at Resources for the Future 2013.
• S. Puller. “Who Responds to Electricity Prices? New Evidence on Demand Response by Large Customers” at the University of Colorado, 2013.
• S. Puller. “Who Responds to Electricity Prices? New Evidence on Demand Response by Large Customers” at the University of Tennessee, 2013.
• S. Puller. “How Do Households Respond to Increases in Fuel Economy? Regression Discontinuity Evidence” at the Federal Trade Commission, 2013.
• S. Puller. “How Do Households Respond to Increases in Fuel Economy? Regression Discontinuity Evidence” at Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics Stata Texas Empirical Microeconomics Conference, 2013
• S. Puller. “How Do Households Respond to Increases in Fuel Economy? Regression Discontinuity Evidence” at the University of Guelph,2013
• B. Zhang, M. Kezunovic, “Impact of Available Electric Vehicle Battery Power Capacity on Power System Reliability,” IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, July 2013.
• M. Kezunovic, Progress report at EV-TEC IAB meeting – May, 2013
• M. Kezunovic, Paper presentation at the IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting – July, 2013
• M. Kezunovic, Progress report at EV-TEC IAB meeting – December, 2013
• Dr. Ivan Damnjanovic, Dr. Arnold Vedlitz PEV Infrastructure Development Policy Assessment, Smart Grid Workshop College Station, TX April 17, 2013
• Lin Lai and Mehrdad Ehsani, “Design Study of Parallel HEV Drive Train with Full Size Engine,” 2013 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (ITEC2013) to be held in Metro Detroit, Michigan from June 16-19, 2013.
• L. Lai and M. Ehsani, “Dynamic programming optimized constrained engine on and off control strategy for parallel HEV,” IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, Beijing, China, 2013.
• M. Kezunovic, “Electric Vehicles Could Offer More Gain that Drain,” Electric Energy T&D Magazine, Vol. 17, No. 6, pp. 18-20, Nov/Dec 2013.
• M. Kezunovic, Q. Yan, C. Pang, B. Zhang, “The Role of PHEV/BEV in Outage/Asset and Demand Side Management”, EV-TEC Report #1, April 2013
• M. Kezunovic, L. Xie, M. Chen, et al., “Assess Cross-disciplinary Impacts on Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles/Battery Electric Vehicles Using Maximal Information Coefficient”, EV-TEC Report #2, April 2013
• E. Havaii, B. F. Yancey, M. Mohammad and M. Ehsani “Computer Aided Design Tool for Electric, Hybrid Electric and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles” (VT-2013-01279), submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2013.
• Lin Lai and M. Ehsani, “Dynamic Programming Optimized Parallel HEV Control Strategy with Low Sensitivity to Driving Conditions,” submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2013.
• M. Falahi, H.M. Chou, M. Ehsani, L. Xie, K. L. Butler-Purry, “Potential Power Quality Benefits of Electric Vehicles,” IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 1016-1023, October 2013.
2012
• Mobashwir Khan and Kara Kockelman. “Predicting the market Potential of Plug-In Electric Vehicles Using Multiday GPS Data.” Compendium of the Transportation Research Board’s 91st Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January 2012.
• T. Donna Chen, Kara Kockelman and Moby Khan. “The Electric Vehicle Charging Station Location Problem: A Parking-Based Assignment Method for Seattle.” Presented at the 31st IAEE/USAEE’s North American Conference, Austin, TX, November 5, 2012.
• T. Donna Chen, Mobashwir Khan and Kara Kockelman. “The Electric Vehicle Charging Station Location Problem: A Parking-Based Assignment Method for Seattle.” Presented at the 59th North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International, Ottawa, Canada, November 2012.
• Kara Kockelman and Mobashwir Khan. “Identifying Optimal Charging Station Locations: A Case Study of Seattle.” NSF EV-TEC Industry-University Research Center workshop on Electric Vehicles: Transportation and Electricity Convergence, Member Advisory Panel Meeting, Austin, TX, April 19, 2012.
• Mobashwir Khan and Kara Kockelman. “Predicting the Market Potential of Plug-In Electric Vehicles Using Multiday GPS Data.” Energy Policy 46: 225–233, 2012.
• David P. Tuttle and Kara Kockelman. “Electrified Vehicle Technology Trends and Infrastructure Implications.” Journal of the Transportation Research Forum 55(1):35-51, 2012.
• C. Pang, M. Kezunovic, M. Ehsani, “Demand Side Management by Using Electric Vehicles as Distributed Energy Resources“, 2012 IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference, Greenville, USA, Mar. 2012.
• Q. Yan, M. Kezunovic, “Impact Analysis of Electric Vehicle Charging on Distribution System,” Proc. of the 43rd North American Power Symposium, Urbana-Champaign, MA, September 9-11, 2012.
• Paper presentation at 2012 IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference – March, 2012
• M. Kezunovic Progress report at EV-TEC IAB meeting – April, 2012
• M. Kezunovic Paper presentation at the 43rd North American Power Symposium – September, 2012
• M. Kezunovic Progress report at EV-TEC IAB meeting – December, 2012
• Progress Report IAB Meeting – “Opportunities for Government Incentives to Support PEV Utilization (Continuing Project), ” April 2012
• Dr. Ivan Damnjanovic, Dr. Eric Lindquist, Dr. Douglas Oxley, Dr. Arnold Vedlitz, Lin Lai and Mehrdad Ehsani . “Optimal Hybridization Analysis for Parallel HEV Drive Train with Full Size Engine,” Power Train Modeling and Control Conference, PMC2012, September 4-6, 2012.
• Lin Lai and Mehrdad Ehsani, “Dynamic Programming Optimized Constrained Engine On and Off Control Strategy for Parallel HEV,” IEEE-ENERGYCON 2012 – Sustainable Transportation Systems, Florence, Italy, September 9-12, 2012.
• Neeraj Shidore, Andrew Ickes, Thomas Wallner, Aymeric Rousseau, James Sevik, Mehrdad Ehsani, “Evaluation of ethanol blends for plug-in hybrid vehicles using Engine in the Loop“, submitted for SAE World Congress 2012.
• M. Kezunovic and S. Travis Waller, “Vehicle-Power Grid Interaction for Multi-fueling (EBV, PHEV),” R. Meyers, Editor, Chapter on Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology, Springer, ISBN 987-0-387-89469-0, 2012.
• C. Pang, P. Dutta, M. Kezunovic, “BEVs/PHEVs as Dispersed Energy Storage for V2B Uses in the Smart Grid,”IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, Special Issue on Transportation Electrification and Vehicle-to-Grid Applications, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp 473-482, March 2012.
• M.Ehsani, M.Falahi, S.Lotfifard, “Vehicle to Grid Services: Potentials and Applications,” accepted for publication in the special issue of Energies Journal for vehicle to grid technologies, 2012.
• Neeraj Shidore, Erik Rasc, Ram Vijayagopal, Forrest Jehlik, Jason Kwon, Mehrdad Ehsani, ” PHEV Energy Management Strategies at Cold Temperatures with Battery Temperature Rise and Engine Efficiency Improvement Considerations”, SAE International Journal of Engines, ISSN 1946-3936, SAE Paper # 2011-01-0872, February 2012.

2011
• Sashank Musti and Kara Kockelman. “Evolution of the Household Vehicle Fleet: Anticipating Fleet Composition and PHEV Adoption in Austin, Texas“. Transportation Research Part A, 45 (8):707-720, 2011 (slightly different title); also presented at IATBR 2009 in Jaipur, India & presented at TRB2010 to the Alternative Fuels Committee meeting.
• Binny Paul, Kara Kockelman and Sashank Musti. “The Light-Duty-Vehicle Fleet’s Evolution: Anticipating PHEV Adoption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions across the U.S. Fleet.” Transportation Research Record No. 2252: 107-117, 2011.
• Kara Kockleman. “Plug-in Electric Vehicles: Their Technology, Use, and Impacts.” Presentation to U.T. LAMP (Learning Activities for Mature People) Association, University of Texas Campus, Austin, TX, April, 2011.
• N. Jiang, C. Xie, J. Duthie, and S. T. Waller, “Network Equilibrium Analysis of Destination, Route and Parking Choices with Mixed Gasoline and Electric Vehicular Flows.” EURO Journal on Transportation and Logistics (Submitted December 2011).
• Mobashwir Khan and Kara Kockelman. “PEV Market Potential Using Multi-Day GPS Data.” NSF EV-TEC Industry-University Research Center workshop on Electric Vehicles – Transportation and Electricity Convergence, Industry Advisory Panel Meeting, Houston, TX, November 2, 2011.
• Kara Kockelman, Binny Paul and Mobashwir Khan. “Plug-in Electric Vehicles: Their Technology, Use, and Impacts.” NSF EV-TEC Industry-University Research Center workshop on Transportation and Electricity Convergence, Industry Advisory Panel Meeting, Austin, TX, April 21, 2011.
• M. Kezunovic Progress report at EV-TEC IAB meeting – April, 2011
• M. Kezunovic Progress report at EV-TEC IAB meeting – November, 2011
• Dr. Ivan Damnjanovic, Dr. Eric Lindquist, Dr. Douglas Oxley, Dr. Arnold Vedlitz, IAB/MAP Meeting – PHEV/BEV: Transportation and Electricity Convergence April 21, 2011 Austin, TX
• M. Ehsani, et. al., “PHEV Energy Management Strategies at Cold Temperatures with Battery Temperature Rise and Engine Efficiency Improvement Considerations” 2011 SAE International World Congress technical paper, Detroit, Michigan 2011-01-0872, Feb. 2011.
• N. Shidore, A. Ickes, T. Wallner, A. Rousseau, M. Ehsani, “Evaluation of ethanol blends for PHEVs using Engine in the Loop“, 7th IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, Chicago, IL, 6th – 9th September 2011.
• E. Havaii, B. F. Yancey, and M. Ehsani “Computer Aided Design Tool for Electric, Hybrid Electric and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles,” IEEE-VPPC 2011, Chicago, Ill., Oct. 2011.

2010 & 2009
•Kara Kockelman and Steven Puller. “PEV use vis-à-vis Grid Power Demands.” A presentation of proposed research for the University of Texas/Texas A&M University PHEV/EBV I/U Research Center workshop titled.” Interfacing Electricity and Transportation Networks: The Role of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs), College Station, TX, October 19, 2010.
• Kara Kockelman. “PEV Adoption & Use: Anticipating Electric-Power Demand.” A presentation of proposed research for the University of Texas/Texas A&M University PHEV/EBV I/U Research Center workshop titled Interfacing Electricity and Transportation Networks: The Role of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) Workshop, College Station, TX, October 20, 2010.
• C. Pang, P. Dutta, S. Kim, M. Kezunovic and I. Damnjanovic, “PHEVs as Dynamically Configurable Dispersed Energy Storage for V2B Uses in the Smart Grid“. The 7th Mediterranean Conference on Power Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Energy Conversion, Cyprus, November 7-10th, 2010.
• M. Kezunovic, S.T.Waller and I. Damnjanovic, “Framework for Studying Emerging Policy Issues Associated with PHEVs in Managing Coupled Power and Transportation Systems“. The 2nd Annual IEEE Green Technologies Conference, Grapevine, Texas, April 15-16, 2010.
• Dr. Ivan Damnjanovic, Dr. Eric Lindquist, Dr. Arnold Vedlitz “PEV Infrastructure Development and Policy Assessment and Modeling(New Project/Proposal).”First IAB Meeting – PHEV/BEV: Transportation and Electricity Convergence, College Station, TX, October 18-19, 2010
• Dr. Ivan Damnjanovic Role of Incentives in Managing Development of PHEV Support Infrastructure Projects PHEV Workshop on Transportation and Electricity: Convergence in the Built Environment Austin, TX July 21-22, 2009.
• Dr. Arnold Vedlitz Human Factors in PHEV Development and Deployment PHEV Workshop on Transportation and Electricity: Convergence in the Built Environment Austin, TX July 21-22, 2009.