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CFP Deadline: 31/12/2021, Electronics, SI: Related Researches in Electrical and Autonomous Vehicles

Application Deadline: 31-12-2021

Event Date: 31-12-2021

 

Dear Colleagues,

We are happy to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of MDPI’s Electronics journal by proposing a new Special Issue related to the subject of electrical and autonomous vehicles. Nowadays, electric mobility is rapidly growing, involving different aspects such as battery chargers, electric drives, battery management systems, grid integration, power quality, vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services and so on. Moreover, autonomous vehicles are also getting a lot of attention from both academy and industries. Analysis, novel solutions, and more performant controls and algorithms must be investigated to face with the upcoming challenges in the future electric mobility.

This Special Issue encourages further research and development on power electronics for electric vehicles, power and energy management strategies, self-driving cars, charging stations and their integration with both the grid and renewable sources. Scholars, academic scientists, researchers, Ph.D. students, and professional groups are invited to submit original contributions and/or review papers.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Electric vehicle chargers (on-board, off-board, and wireless power transfer)
  • Converters for electric drives and power trains
  • Battery management systems
  • New battery technologies
  • Power supplies for auxiliary systems
  • Power and energy management strategies
  • Self-driving cars/Autonomous driving/vehicles
  • Artificial intelligence applications for vehicles and traffic
  • Electric vehicles and smart cities/smart grids/smart homes
  • Vehicle-to-grid (V2G), vehicle-to-home (V2H), vehicle-to-everything (V2X)

 

Prof. Dr. Zita Vale
Dr. John Ball
Dr. Mattia Ricco
Guest Editors

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