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JEREMY J. MICHALEK
CURRICULUM VITAE
Mechanical Engineering • Engineering and Public Policy • Carnegie Mellon University
Scaife Hall 324 • 5000 Forbes Avenue • Pittsburgh, PA 15213
+1(412)268-3765 • Fax: +1(412)268-3384
http://www.cmu.edu/me/ddl/jmichalek
jmichalek cmu.edu
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
Mechanical Engineering (July 2010 – present)
Engineering and Public Policy (July 2011 – present)
Engineering and Public Policy, affiliated (July 2010 – June 2011)
Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
Mechanical Engineering (July 2005 - June 2010)
Engineering and Public Policy, affiliated (June 2007 – June 2010)
Director, Carnegie Mellon Design Decisions Laboratory (July 2005 - present)
http://www.cmu.edu/me/ddl
Director, Carnegie Mellon Vehicle Electrification Group (2012 – present)
Co-Director, Carnegie Mellon Vehicle Electrification Group (Jan 2009 – 2012)
http://www.cmu.edu/cit/veg
Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Jan 2005 - June 2005)
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
EDUCATION
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, 2005
Dissertation: Preference Coordination in Engineering Design Decision-Making
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, 2001
Thesis: Interactive Building Layout Optimization
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Minor in Engineering Design, Carnegie Mellon University, 1999
Honors Research: A Shape Grammar Implementation for the Design of Coffeemakers
RESEARCH INTERESTS
Systems Assessment: Analyze the economic, environmental, social, technical, and policy
aspects of design choices
Energy and Green Design: Understand environmental implications of engineering decisions,
and study how economics and energy & environmental policy drive these decisions
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Jeremy J. Michalek • Curriculum Vitae
Vehicle Electrification: Study vehicle systems, assess technical, cost, life cycle environmental,
and security implications of electrified vehicles, assess relevant policy
Design for Market Systems: Measure and predict consumer choice and firm behavior in the
marketplace to assess and optimize engineering systems for profitability
Systems Optimization: Develop fundamental knowledge and new methods for
multidisciplinary design and complex systems optimization
TEACHING INTERESTS
Engineering, economic, and environmental modeling, analysis, and decision-making
Mathematical modeling, numerical methods, and optimization
Innovation and critical thinking in design, defining and working with open-ended problems
PUBLICATIONS
Citations: 1353 • h-index 1: 20 • i10-index 2: 32 • Source: Google scholar
Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications
[1] Griffin, W.M., J.J. Michalek, H.S. Matthews and M.N.A. Hassan (2014) “Availability of
biomass residues for co-firing in peninsular Malaysia: implications for cost and GHG
emissions in the electricity sector,” Energies, in press.
[2] Min, J., I. Azevedo, J.J. Michalek and W. Bruine de Bruin (2014) “Labeling energy cost
on light bulbs lowers implicit discount rates,” Ecological Economics v97 p42-50.
[3] Weis, A., P. Jaramillo and J.J. Michalek (2014) “Estimating the potential of controlled
electric vehicle charging to reduce operational and capacity expansion costs for electric
power systems with high wind penetration,” Applied Energy v115 p190-204.
[4] Traut, E., T.W. Cherng, C. Hendrickson, and J.J. Michalek (2013) “US residential
charging potential for electric vehicles,” Transportation Research Part D: Transport and
Environment v25 p139-145.
[5] Karabasoglu, O. and J.J. Michalek (2013) “Influence of driving patterns on life cycle cost
and emissions of hybrid and plug-in electric vehicle powertrains,” Energy Policy, v60
p445-461.
[6] Peterson, S. and J.J. Michalek (2013) “Cost effectiveness of plug-in hybrid electric
vehicle battery capacity and charging infrastructure investment for reducing US
gasoline consumption,” Energy Policy, v52 p429-438.
[7] Sakti, A., J.J. Michalek, S-E Chun and J.F. Whitacre (2013) “A validation study of
lithium-ion cell constant C-rate discharge simulation with Battery Design Studio©,”
International Journal of Energy Research v37 n12 p1562-1568.
[8] Khajavirad, A., J.J. Michalek and N.V. Sahinidis (2012) “Relaxations of factorable
functions with convex-transformable intermediates,” Mathematical Programming, DOI
10.1007/s10107-012-0618-8, p1-34.
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Maximum number h such that h publications have each been cited at least h times
Number of publications that have been cited at least 10 times
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Jeremy J. Michalek • Curriculum Vitae
[9] Resende, C.B., C.G. Heckmann and J.J. Michalek (2012) “Robust design for profit
maximization with aversion to downside risk from parametric uncertainty in consumer
choice models,” ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, v134 100901 p1-12.
[10] Traut, E., C. Hendrickson, E. Klampfl, Y. Liu and J.J. Michalek (2012) “Optimal design
and allocation of electrified vehicles and dedicated charging infrastructure for minimum
life cycle greenhouse gas emissions and cost,” Energy Policy, v51 p524-534.
[11] Michalek, J.J., M. Chester, P. Jaramillo, C. Samaras, C.S. Shiau, and L. Lave (2011)
“Valuation of plug-in vehicle life cycle air emissions and oil displacement benefits”
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v108 n40 p16554-16558.
[12] Michalek, J.J., F.M. Feinberg, P. Ebbes, F. Adigüzel and P.Y. Papalambros (2011)
"Enhancing marketing with engineering: optimal product line design for heterogeneous
markets," International Journal of Research in Marketing, v28 p1-12. [Best Article Award]
[13] Shiau, C.-S. and J.J. Michalek (2011) “Global optimization of plug-in hybrid vehicle
design and allocation to minimize life cycle greenhouse gas emissions,” ASME Journal of
Mechanical Design, v133 n8 p084502 1-6.
[14] Shiau, C-S, N. Kaushal, C.T. Hendrickson, S. Peterson, J. Whitacre, and J.J. Michalek
(2010) “Optimal plug-in hybrid electric vehicle design and allocation for minimum life
cycle cost, petroleum consumption, and greenhouse gas emissions,” ASME Journal of
Mechanical Design, Special Issue on Sustainability, v132 n9 p091013 1-11.
[15] Khajavirad, A and J.J. Michalek (2009) "A determinstic Lagrangian-based global
optimization approach for quasiseparable nonconvex mixed-integer nonlinear
programs," ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, v131 p051009 1-8
[16] Khajavirad, A., J.J. Michalek and T.W. Simpson (2009) "An efficient decomposed multiobjective genetic algorithm for solving the joint product family selection and design
problem with generalized commonality," Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization,
v39 p187-201.
[17] Shiau, C.-S. and J.J. Michalek (2009) “Optimal product design under price competition,”
ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, v131 071003 p1-10.
[18] Shiau, C.-S., J.J. Michalek, and C.T. Hendrickson (2009) “A structural analysis of vehicle
design responses to corporate average fuel economy policy,” Transportation Research Part
A: Policy and Practice, v43 p814-828.
[19] Shiau, C.-S., C. Samaras, R. Hauffe and J.J. Michalek (2009) “Impact of battery weight
and charging patterns on the economic and environmental benefits of plug-in hybrid
vehicles,” Energy Policy v37 p2653-2663.
[20] Shiau, C.-S. and J.J. Michalek (2009) "Should designers worry about market systems?"
ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, v131 011011 p1-9.
[21] Khajavirad, A. and J.J. Michalek (2008) “A decomposed approach for solving the joint
product family selection and design problem with generalized commonality,” ASME
Journal of Mechanical Design, v130 p071101.
[22] Li, Y., Z. Lu and J.J. Michalek (2008) "Diagonal quadratic approximation for
parallelization of analytical target cascading." ASME Journal of Mechanical Design v130 n5
p051402-1-11.
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[23] Michalek, J.J., O. Ceryan, P.Y. Papalambros, and Y. Koren (2006) “Balancing marketing
and manufacturing objectives in product line design,” ASME Journal of Mechanical Design,
v128 n6 p1196-1204.
[24] Michalek, J.J., F.M. Feinberg and P.Y. Papalambros (2005) "Linking marketing and
engineering product design decisions via analytical target cascading," Journal of Product
Innovation Management, v22 p42-62.
[25] Michalek, J.J. and P.Y. Papalambros (2005) "An efficient weighting update method to
achieve acceptable consistency deviation in analytical target cascading," ASME Journal of
Mechanical Design, v127 p206-214.
[26] Michalek, J.J. and P.Y. Papalambros (2005) "Technical brief: weights, norms, and
notation in analytical target cascading," ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, v127 p499501.
[27] Michalek, J.J., P.Y. Papalambros, and S.J. Skerlos (2004) "A study of fuel efficiency and
emission policy impact on optimal vehicle design decisions," ASME Journal of Mechanical
Design, v126 p1062-1070.
[28] Michalek, J.J., R. Choudhary and P.Y. Papalambros (2002) "Architectural layout design
optimization," Engineering Optimization, v34 n5 pp461-484.
[29] Michalek, J.J. and P.Y. Papalambros (2002) "Interactive design optimization of
architectural layouts," Engineering Optimization, v34 n5 pp485-501.
In Review
[30] Haaf, C.G., J.J. Michalek, W.R. Morrow, and Y. Liu (2014) “Sensitivity of vehicle market
share predictions to alternative discrete choice model specifications,” in review, ASME
Journal of Mechanical Design.
[31] Hassan, M.N.A., W.M. Griffin, J.J. Michalek and H.S. Matthews (2014) "Cost and GHG
emissions of cellulosic ethanol from biomass residues in Malaysia: implications for
energy security in the transportation sector," in review, Bioresources Technology.
[32] Helveston, J., J.J. Michalek, E. Fuchs, Y. Liu and E. Klampfl (2013) “Will subsidies drive
electric vehicle adoption? Measuring consumer preferences in the US and China,” in
review, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice.
[33] Mashayekh, Y., J.J Michalek, C.T. Hendrickson, and C. Samaras (2014) “Energy use
implications of partial light duty vehicle automation,” in review, Environmental Science
and Technology.
Full-length Peer-Reviewed Conference Publications
[34] Heckmann, C.G., J.J. Michalek, W.R. Morrow, and Y. Liu (2013) “Sensitivity of vehicle
market share predictions to alternative discrete choice model specifications,” ASME
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, August 2013, Portland, OR.
[35] Sylcott, B, J.J. Michalek and J. Cagan (2013) “Understanding the role of interaction
effects in visual conjoint analysis,” ASME International Design Engineering Technical
Conferences, August 2013, Portland, OR.
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Jeremy J. Michalek • Curriculum Vitae
[36] Yuksel, T. and J.J. Michalek (2012) “Development of a simulation model to analyze the
effect of thermal management on battery life,” Society of Automotive Engineers World
Congress, April 24-26, Detroit, MI.
[37] Yuksel, T. and J.J. Michalek (2012) “Evaluation of the effects of thermal management on
battery life in plug-in hybrid electric vehicles,” The Battery Congress, April 23-24, Ann
Arbor, MI.
[38] Michalek, J.J., C.T. Hendrickson and J. Cagan (2011) “Using economic input-output life
cycle assessment to guide sustainable design,” ASME International Design Engineering
Technical Conferences, August 28-31, Washington DC.
[39] Resende, C., C.G. Heckmann and J.J. Michalek (2011) “Robust design for profit
maximization under uncertainty of consumer choice model parameters using the delta
method,” ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, August 28-31,
Washington DC.
[40] Sakti, A., S. Khan, T. Langer, J.J. Michalek, and J.F. Whitacre (2011) “Techno-economic
analysis of Lithium-ion batteries for personal vehicle electrification,” National Academies
Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 23-27, Washington D.C.
[41] Traut, E., C.T. Hendrickson, E. Klampfl, Y. Liu and J.J. Michalek (2011) “Optimal
Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for
Minimum Greenhouse Gas Emissions,” National Academies Transportation Research Board
Annual Meeting, January 23-27, Washington D.C.
[42] Shiau, C.-S., S. Peterson and J.J. Michalek (2010) “Optimal plug-in hybrid electric
vehicle design and allocation for minimum life cycle cost, petroleum consumption and
greenhouse gas emissions," Proceedings of the ASME International Design Engineering
Technical Conferences, Advance Vehicle and Tire Technologies Conference, August 15-18,
Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
[43] Shiau, C.-S. and J.J. Michalek (2010) “A mixed-integer nonlinear programming model
for deterministic global optimization of plug-in hybrid vehicle design and allocation,"
Proceedings of the ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Design
Automation Conference, August 15-18, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
[44] Kaushal, N., C.-S. Shiau and J.J. Michalek (2009) “Optimal plug-in hybrid electric
vehicle design and allocation for diverse charging patterns," Proceedings of the
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Aug 30 – Sept 2, San Diego, CA,
USA.
[45] Shiau, C.-S., J.J. Michalek and C. T. Hendrickson (2009) “A structural analysis of vehicle
design responses to corporate average fuel economy standards,” Transportation Research
Board Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.
[46] Shiau, C.-S., C. Samaras, R. Hauffe and J.J. Michalek (2009) “Impact of battery weight
and charging patterns on the economic and environmental benefits of plug-in hybrid
vehicles,” Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.
[47] Hauffe, R., C. Samaras and J.J. Michalek (2008) "Plug-in hybrid vehicle simulation: How
battery weight and charging patterns impact cost, fuel consumption, and CO2
emissions," Proceedings of the ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences,
August 3-6, Brooklyn, NY, USA.
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[48] Khajavirad, A. and J.J. Michalek (2008) "A deterministic Lagrangian-based global
optimization approach for large scale decomposable problems," Proceedings of the ASME
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, August 3-6, Brooklyn, NY, USA.
[49] McGaughey, A. and J. J. Michalek (2008) "Wiki-based learning in the mechanical
engineering classroom," American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference,
June 22-25, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
[50] Shiau, C.-S. and J.J. Michalek (2008) "Should designers worry about market systems?"
Proceedings of the ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, August 3-6,
Brooklyn, NY, USA.
[51] Shiau, C.S. and J.J. Michalek (2008) "Optimal product design under price competition,"
Proceedings of the ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, August 3-6,
Brooklyn, NY, USA.
[52] Li, Y., Z. Lu and J.J. Michalek (2007) "Diagonal quadratic approximation for
parallelization of analytical target cascading." Proceedings of the 2007 ASME International
Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Sept 4-6, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
[53] Khajavirad, A. and J.J. Michalek (2007) "A single-stage gradient-based approach for
solving the joint product family platform selection and design problem using
decomposition," Proceedings of the 2007 ASME International Design Engineering Technical
Conferences, Sept 4-6, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
[54] Khajavirad, A. and J.J. Michalek (2007) “An extension of the commonality index for
product family optimization,” Proceedings of the 2007 ASME International Design
Engineering Technical Conferences, Sept 4-6, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
[55] Orsborn, S., S. Swamy, J. Michalek and J. Cagan (2007) “Measurement of headlight form
preference using choice-based conjoint analysis,” Proceedings of the 2007 ASME
International Design Engineering Conferences, Sept 4-6, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
[56] Shiau, C.S., I.H. Tseng, D. Heutchy and J. Michalek (2007) “Design optimization of a
laptop computer using aggregate and mixed logit demand models with consumer
survey data.” Proceedings of the 2007 ASME International Design Engineering Conferences,
Sept 4-6, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
[57] Shiau, C.S. and J. Michalek (2007) “A game theoretic approach for finding market
equilibria for automotive design under environmental regulation,” Proceedings of the
2007 ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Sept 4-6, Las Vegas,
NV, USA.
[58] Michalek, J.J. and P.Y. Papalambros (2006) “BB-ATC: Analytical target cascading using
branch and bound for mixed integer nonlinear programming,” Proceedings of the 2006
ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Sept. 10-13, Philadelphia,
PA, USA.
[59] Michalek, J.J., O. Ceryan, P.Y. Papalambros, and Y. Koren (2005) "Manufacturing
investment and allocation in product line design decision-making," Proceedings of the
2005 ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, DETC2005-84812, Sept.
26-28, Long Beach, CA, USA. [Best Paper Award]
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[60] Choudhary, R. and J. Michalek (2005) "Design optimization in computer aided
architectural design," International Conference of the Association for Computer Aided
Architectural Design Research In Asia, April 28-30, 2005, New Delhi, India.
[61] Michalek, J.J., F.M. Feinberg and P.Y. Papalambros (2004) "An optimal marketing and
engineering design model for product development using analytical target cascading,"
Proceedings of the 2004 Tools and Methods for Competitive Engineering Conference, Lausanne,
Switzerland, April 12-16, 2004.
[62] Michalek, J.J. and P.Y. Papalambros (2004) "An efficient weighting update method to
achieve acceptable consistency deviation in analytical target cascading," Proceedings of
the 2004 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, DETC2004-57134, Sept. 28 - Oct.
2, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
[63] Michalek, J.J., P.Y. Papalambros and S.J. Skerlos (2003) "A study of emission policy
effects on optimal vehicle design decisions," Proceedings of the ASME Design Engineering
Technical Conferences, DETC2003/DAC-48767, September 2-6, Chicago, IL, USA.
Other Conference Publications
[64] Shiau, C.-S., J.J. Michalek and C.T. Henderson (2009) “A structural analysis of vehicle
design responses to corporate average fuel economy policy,” National Academies
Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 2009, Washington, DC, USA.
[65] Shiau, C.S. and J.J. Michalek (2009) "Optimal product design under price competition,"
National Academies Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 2009,
Washington DC, USA.
[66] Shiau, C.-S., R. Hauffe, C. Samaras and J.J. Michalek (2009) "Impact of battery weight
and charging patterns on the economic and environmental benefits of plug-in hybrid
vehicles,” National Academies Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 2009,
Washington DC, USA.
[67] Khajavirad, A., J.J. Michalek and T.W. Simpson (2007) "An efficient decomposed genetic
algorithm for joint product family selection and optimization," Proceedings of the 2007
AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Specialists Conference, April 23-26, Honolulu,
Hawaii, USA.
[68] Cooper, A.B., P. Geortiopoulos, J.J. Michalek, and P.Y. Papalambros (2004) "A
simulation-based vehicle design strategy for acquisition and requirements validation,"
Proceedings of the 2004 Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress, March 11-18,
Detroit, MI. A shortened version also appeared at the US-ASMO SMART Conference,
Dearborn, Michigan, Sept. 8-11, 2003.
Book Chapters
[69] Khajavirad, A., J.J. Michalek and T.W. Simpson (2014) “An efficient decomposed
multiobjective genetic algorithm for solving the joint product platform selection and
product family design problem with generalized commonality,” in Advances in Product
Family and Product Platform Design: Methods & Applications, Eds: T. Simpson, R. Jiao, Z.
Siddique, K. Hölttä-Otto, Springer, New York.
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[70] Michalek, J.J. (2007) "Designing better products by coordinating marketing research and
engineering," in Modern Marketing Research: Concepts, Methods and Cases, eds: F. Feinberg,
T. Kinnear and J. Taylor.
[71] Skerlos, S.J., W.R. Morrow, and J.J. Michalek (2006) “Sustainable design engineering
and science: selected challenges and case studies,” chapter 3.10 in Sustainability Science
and Engineering, Volume 1: Defining Principles, edited by M. Abraham, Elsevier Science.
Magazine Publications:
[72] Michalek, J.J., M. Chester and C. Samaras (2012) "Getting the most out of electric vehicle
subsidies," Issues in Science and Technology, Summer 2012, p25-27.
[73] Michalek, J.J. (2008) “Design for market systems: Integrating social, economic, and
physical sciences to engineer product success,” Mechanical Engineering, v 130, n11, p32-36.
Policy Briefs:
[74] Michalek, J.J., M. Chester, P. Jaramillo, and C. Samaras (2011) Air Emissions and Oil
Displacement Benefits from Plug-in Vehicles, policy brief, Carnegie Mellon University,
September 2011. Presented to members of the Congressional Budget Office, the
Congressional Research Service, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee,
the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, and members of the U.S.
House of Representatives, March 13-14, 2012.
[75] Michalek, J.J. and C. Samaras (2009) Economic, Environmental, and Security Implications of
Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, policy brief, Carnegie Mellon University, April 2009.
Presented to members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, the House
Committee on Science and Technology, the Select Committee on Energy Independence
and Global Warming, the Congressional Research Service, and members of the U.S.
House and Senate, April 16-20, 2009.
Dissertations and Theses:
[76] Michalek, J.J., (2005) Preference Coordination in Engineering Design Decision-Making, Ph.D.
Dissertation, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan.
Committee: Panos Papalambros*, Fred Feinberg, Steven Skerlos, Richard Gonzalez.
[77] Michalek, J.J. (2001) Interactive Layout Design Optimization, M.S. Thesis, Department of
Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, 2001.
Committee: Panos Papalambros*, Kazuhiro Saitou.
Working Papers:
[78] Haaf, G. and J.J. Michalek (2014) “Sensitivity of vehicle market share predictions to
treatment of missing attributes: endogeneity, instrumental variables, and alternativespecific constants,” working paper.
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[79] Karabasoglu, O., B. Yuksel, G. Li, and J.J. Michalek (2014) "Globally optimal co-design
and control of electrified vehicles for minimum life cycle cost," working paper.
[80] Karabasoglu, O., B. Yuksel and J.J. Michalek (2014) "Potential of predictive control
strategies to reduce cost and component sizing of plug-in hybrid powertrains," working
paper
[81] Karabasoglu, O., L. Pan and J.J. Michalek (2014) "Life cycle implications of terrain on
plug-in and hybrid powertrains," working paper.
[82] Kimball, P., O. Karabasoglu, and J.J. Michalek (2014) "Global control optimization of
supercapacitor-battery electric vehicles," working paper.
[83] Sakti, A., J.J. Michalek, E. Fuchs and J.F. Whitacre (2014) “A techno-economic
optimization of lithium-ion batteries for personal vehicle electrification,” working paper.
[84] Sylcott, B., J.J. Michalek and J. Cagan (2014) “Toward understanding the role of
interaction effects in visual conjoint analysis,” working paper.
[85] Tamayao, M., C.T. Hendrickson and J.J. Michalek (2014) “Electric vehicle benefits vary
by region in the US: marginal emissions from EV charging,” working paper.
[86] Traut, E., J.J. Michalek and C. Hendrickson (2014) “Comparative impacts of fast
charging and battery exchange on life cycle cost and GHG emissions of plug-in vehicles,”
working paper.
[87] Yuksel, T. and J.J. Michalek (2014) “Effect of thermal management on electric vehicle
battery life,” working paper.
[88] Yuksel, T. and J.J. Michalek (2014) “EVs out in the cold: effect of ambient temperature
on electric vehicle efficiency and life cycle emissions,” working paper.
[89] Weis, A., P. Jaramillo and J.J. Michalek (2014) “Cost and emission impacts of controlled
electric vehicle charging,” working paper.
ADVISING
Ph.D. Research
Shiau, Ching-Shin Norman – Design Decision Making for Market Systems and Environmental
Policy with Vehicle Design Applications, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, (2006-2010).
Present position: Design Engineering Staff Engineer, Seagate Technologies, Taiwan.
Khajavirad, Aida – Convexification Techniques for Global Optimization of Nonconvex Nonlinear
Optimization Problems, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering (2006-2011), co-advised with Nick
Sahinidis. Present position: Research Staff Member, IBM, New York, NY.
Karabaşoğlu, Orkun – Influence of Driving Patterns and Optimal Robust Powertrain Combined
Design and Control of Plug-in Vehicle Cost, Life Cycle Emissions, Component Sizing, and Battery
Stress, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering (2008-2013)
Traut, Elizabeth – Life Cycle Cost and Environemtnal Implications of U.S. Electric Vehicle and
Charging Infrastructure Scenarios, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering (2008-2013), co-advised
with Prof. Chris Hendrickson.
Resende, Camilo Brandao de – Ph.D. student, Mechanical Engineering (2009-2010), left
program for medical school.
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Sakti, Apurba – Quantification of Performance and Cost Trajectory of Li-ion Battery Designs for
Personal Vehicle Electrification in the Near Future, Ph.D. Engineering & Public Policy (20102013), co-advised with Prof. Jay Whitacre.
Haaf, Christine Grace Heckmann – Ph.D. candidate, Mechanical Engineering (2010-pres).
Yuksel, Tugce – Ph.D. candidate, Mechanical Engineering (2010-pres).
Weis, Allison – Ph.D. candidate, Engineering and Public Policy (2010-pres), co-advised with
Prof. Paulina Jaramillo.
Min, Jihoon – Ph.D. candidate, Engineering and Public Policy (2010-pres), co-advised with
Prof. Inês Azevedo.
Helveston, John – Ph.D. candidate, Engineering and Public Policy (2011-pres), co-advised
with Prof. Erica Fuchs.
Tamayao, Mili-Ann -- Ph.D. candidate, Engineering and Public Policy (2012-pres), co-advised
with Prof. Chris Hendrickson and Prof. H. Scott Matthews.
M.S. Research Project-Based Degree
Li, Yanjing – Diagonal Quadratic Approximation for Parallel Computing with Analytical Target
Cascading, M.S. Mathematical Sciences, 2006
Swamy, Surya – Global Optimization of Mixed-Integer Nonlinear Systems using Decomposition and
Lagrangian Branch-and-Cut, M.S. Mechanical Engineering, 2007
Kaushal, Nikhil – Optimal Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design and Allocation for Diverse
Charging Patterns, M.S. Mechanical Engineering, 2009
Krishnakumar, Varun – Global Design Optimization using Black-Box Optimization Techniques,
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, 2009
Tsu-Wei Cherng – Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles, Mechanical Engineering, 20112012
Gao, Nan -- Battery Degradation and Thermal Management for Plug-in Vehicles, (2013-pres)
M.S. Independent Research Project
Hsieh, Sandy – Review of Vehicle Simulation Software – M.S. Mechanical Engineering, 2006
Chen, Esther – Review of Multiattribute Utility Theory – M.S. Mechanical Engineering, 2008
Yuksel, Burak – Optimal Design and Control of Plug-in Vehicles – Independent Study, Istanbul
Technical University.
Yoon, Hyungchul Paul – Plug-in Vehicle Optimization for Real-World Driving, Mechanical
Engineering, 2011
Li, Guo – Optimal Design and Control of Plug-in Vehicles, Mechanical Engineering, (2012-2013)
Pan, Lu – Impact of Terrain on Life Cycle Implications of Conventional and Electrified Vehicles,
Mechanical Engineering, (2012-2013)
Undergraduate Research
Gitomer, Ali – Review of Automotive Demand Models – Visiting student, Northwestern
University
Hamilton, Andrew – Study of Consumer Preferences for Hybrid Vehicles – B.S. Mechanical
Engineering, 2008
Hauffe, Richard – Effects of Battery Weight on Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle Performance – B.S.
Mechanical Engineering, 2008
Lee, Jonghyun – Review of Environmental Policy for Vehicle Design – B.S. Mechanical
Engineering, 2008
Lewis, Anne Marie – Optimization of Infrastructure for Ethanol Distribution – B.S. Mechanical
Engineering, 2008
Mikkilineni, Sarat – Uncertainty in Choice Modeling – B.S. Mechanical Engineering, 2008
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Khwaja, Osman – Effects of Terrain on Vehicle Efficiency of Electrified Powertrains, Independent
Study, Princeton University, 2011.
Kimball, Paul – Control Systems for Electrified Vehicles, 2011-2012
Stabile, Rebecca – Synthetic Drive Cycle Generation and Fuel Economy Estimation, 2011-2012.
Finlayson, Andrew -- Synthetic Drive Cycles and Plug-in Vehicle Simulation, 2012-2013.
Ph.D. Committee Service
Olson, Jesse –The Collective Potential: Achieving Organizational Potential by Design, Ph.D.
Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 2005 [chair: J. Cagan].
Orsborn, Seth –Quantifying aesthetic preference through statistics applied to an agent-based shape
grammar implementation, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 2007
[chair: J. Cagan].
Wakeley, Heather – Alternative Transportation Fuels: Infrastructure Requirements and
Environmental Impacts for Ethanol and Hydrogen, Ph.D. Civil and Environmental Engineering,
Carnegie Mellon University, 2007 [chair: C. Hendrickson]
Logue, Jennifer – Characterizing Air Toxics Exposure and Risk in Allegheny County and Evaluating
EPA Modeling Tools for Policy Making, Ph.D. Engineering and Public Policy, Mechanical
Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 2009 [chair: A. Robinson].
You, Fengqi – Mixed Integer Nonlinear Programming Models and Algorithms for Enterprise-Wide
Supply Chain Optimization under Uncertainty, Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon
University, 2009 [chair: I. Grossmann].
Hannah, Lindsay – Combinatory Adaptive Optimization with Multi-Agent Systems Ph.D.,
Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 2009 [chair: J. Cagan].
Hatton, Ross – Geometric Mechanics of Locomotion and Optimal Coordinate Choice, Ph.D.,
Carnegie Mellon University, Mechanical Engineering, 2011 [chair: H. Choset].
Hassan, Mohd Nor Azman – GHG Emissions and Costs of Developing Biomass Energy in
Malaysia: Implications for Energy Security in the Transportation and Electricity Sectors, Ph.D.
Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering and Public Policy, 2012 [chair: W.M. Griffin].
Nadadur, Gopal – Anthropometry-based Sustainable Design for Multiple Global Populations, Ph.D.,
The Pennsylvania State University Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering,
2012 [chair: M. Parkinson].
Peterson, Scott – Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles: Battery Degradation, Grid Support, Emissions,
and Battery Size Tradeoffs, Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering and Public Policy,
2012 [chair: J. Apt].
Venkatesh, Aranya – Towards Robust Energy Systems Modeling: Examining Uncertainty in Fossil
Fuel-Based Life Cycle Assessment Approaches, Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University, Civil and
Environmental Engineering 2012 [chair: C. Hendrickson].
Kamath, Ravindra -- Strategies for Optimization and Heat Integration in Integrated Gasification
Combined Cycle Systems, Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 2012
[chair: L. Biegler].
Hess, Kacy – In Situ, Through-Thickness Potential and Current Distribution Measurements in
Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage Devices, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering,
Carnegie Mellon University, 2013 [chair: S. Litster].
Sylcott, Brian – Understanding How Consumers Process Product Form and Function and How They
Balance Their Preferences for Each, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon
University, 2013 [chair: J. Cagan].
Jenn, Alan – Analysis of Transportation Policies: Regulations and Incentives in the United States,
Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University (current) [chair. I. Azevedo].
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Dowling, Alex -- Equation Oriented Flowsheet Optimization for Advanced Energy Processes,
Carnegie Mellon University, Chemical Engineering (current) [chair: L. Biegler].
TEACHING/RESEARCH INITIATIVES
Design Decisions Wiki (since 2006)
Established a wiki website as a central research and educational resource for sharing
information about design and tools to analyze and support decision-making. As of July
2012, the wiki has over 500 articles and 3 million page views:
http://ddl.me.cmu.edu/ddwiki.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
24-785 Engineering Optimization (2010-pres)
This course introduces students to 1) the process of formally representing an engineering
design or decision-making problem as a mathematical problem and 2) the theory and
numerical methods needed to understand and solve the mathematical problem. Theoretical
topics focus on constrained nonlinear programming, including necessary and sufficient
conditions for local and global optimality and numerical methods for solving nonlinear
optimization problems. Additional topics such as linear programming, mixed integer
programming, global optimization, and stochastic methods are briefly introduced. Model
construction and interpretation are explored with metamodeling and model reformulation
techniques, study of model boundedness, constraint activity, and sensitivity analysis.
Matlab is used in homework assignments for visualization and algorithm development,
and students apply theory and methods to a topic of interest in a course project.
24-784 / 24-484 / 19-784 / 19-484 Decision Tools for Engineering Design and Entrepreneurship,
Carnegie Mellon University [aka: Techno-Economic Analysis] (2008-pres)
Co-instructor: Prof. Erica Fuchs
This course provides engineers with a multidisciplinary mathematical foundation for
integrated modeling of engineering design and enterprise planning decisions in an
uncertain, competitive market. Topics include economics in product design, manufacturing
and operations modeling and accounting, consumer choice modeling, survey design,
conjoint analysis, decision-tree analysis, optimization, model integration, and professional
communication skills. Students will apply theory and methods to a team project for a new
product or emerging technology of their choice, developing a business plan to defend
technical and economic competitiveness. Students may select emerging technologies from
research at Carnegie Mellon for study in the course, and in some years venture capitalists
and other industry leaders may take part in critiquing student projects. This course assumes
fluency with calculus and some prior programming experience.
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24-441 / 24-442 Engineering Design II: Conceptualization and Realization, Carnegie Mellon
University (2006-pres)
In this course, students gain hands-on, practical experience applying engineering principles,
theories, thought processes, and problem-solving approaches to the design and prototyping
of a physical product. Students develop skills for working in teams, working with openended problems, and making appropriate engineering assumptions. Students are expected
to research the topic area, identify opportunities and design criteria, generate creative
concepts, synthesize detailed design of the concept, analyze the design on a number of
criteria to make improvements, and prototype and communicate the final solution.
24-789C Quantitative Methods for Product Design and Development, Carnegie Mellon
University (2006)
This course provides a multidisciplinary mathematical foundation for integrated modeling in
product design and development. In this course, students learn introductory theory and
methods for building and solving optimization models integrating producer, consumer,
competitor, regulator, and designer perspectives. Topics include optimization methods
with a focus on nonlinear programming, choice modeling, conjoint analysis, game theory,
policy analysis, decomposition and model integration. Students apply methods to a team
project and engage in independent research to deepen knowledge on a relevant topic of
interest.
ENGR490 Engineering for Community, University of Michigan (2003-2004)
Worked to co-design, develop, and implement a new interdisciplinary engineering course
focusing on learning through experience and field work, international and local community
development, social and cultural awareness, sustainability, appropriate technology, and
communication skills.
Graduate Student Instruction Mentor, University of Michigan (2003-2004)
University of Michigan Center for Research on Learning and Teaching
Trained and assisted graduate student instructors, facilitated student feedback on teaching
and provided teaching observations and evaluations.
ME 499/599 Analytical Product Design, University of Michigan (2003, 2004)
Helped to develop and implement a new interdisciplinary course on model-based product
development. Gave lecturers, provided student support, and developed computer tools for
students.
ME 555 Design Optimization, University of Michigan (2003)
Acted as a course aid for the graduate-level course on design optimization. Developed new
material and gave lectures and demonstrations.
Rackham-CRLT Seminar on College Teaching, University of Michigan (2003)
Participated in the selective Center for Research on Learning and Teaching Preparing Future
Faculty Seminar on College Teaching to sharpen teaching philosophy, learn about the
structure of higher education institutions in the United States, and develop teaching skills.
Multicultural Classroom Facilitation Training, University of Michigan (2003)
Participated in a training course emphasizing teaching through dialogue and focusing on
issues of multiculturalism, diversity, and social and cultural awareness.
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Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering Program, University of Michigan (2002-2003)
Exposed middle-school students from minority and low-income areas to engineering by
providing hands-on examples and activities in order to improve accessibility of the field.
Position: instructor.
Michigan Mentor Program, University of Michigan (2000-2002)
Worked with two middle school students one-on-one to provide exposure to the engineering
disciplines and work with them to explore career possibilities in engineering and beyond.
ME 450 Design and Manufacturing III, University of Michigan (2000-2001)
Assisted in teaching and advising the capstone mechanical engineering design course.
Developed new course material and restructured the syllabus. Initiated and supported
interdisciplinary student coursework and project interaction with the University Of
Michigan School of Art and Design and the Parsons School of Design. Developed an
interactive course web portal to support distance collaboration.
Programming Tutor, Carnegie Mellon University (1997)
Tutored undergraduates in programming the C++ language.
INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE
Research Engineer, Intern
Xerox – The Document Company, Rochester, NY (summer 1999)
Designed and implemented improvements to a distributed embedded digital control system
for paper path handling.
Design Engineer, Intern
General Motors, Warren, MI (summer 1998)
Worked with a multidisciplinary team including engineering, industrial design, and
sculpture to design and prototype a future concept vehicle with engineering documentation
to show concept feasibility.
Reliability Engineer, Intern
General Motors, Warren, MI (summer 1997)
Developed and implemented a procedure to quantify the reliability of commercial
components of machinery and equipment in the assembly plant environment.
Designer
Linear Systems Corporation, Rochester, MI (1994-1996)
Designed automotive tooling. Trained employees in AutoCAD. Developed new CAD tools.
ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND MEMBERSHIP
Leadership
Director, Vehicle Electrification Group (since 2012)
Co-Director, Vehicle Electrification Group (2009-2012)
Acting Co-Director, Master in Product Development program, (2008-2009)
Director, Design Decisions Laboratory, Carnegie Mellon University (since 2005)
Chair, Publicity and Newsletter Committee, ASME Design Engineering Division, (2007-2009)
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Membership
Member, Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making, Carnegie Mellon University (since
2011)
Member, Electricity Industry Center, Carnegie Mellon University (since 2011)
Member, Center for Product Strategy and Innovation, Carnegie Mellon University (2008-2010)
Member, Green Design Institute, Carnegie Mellon University (since 2006)
Member, ASME: American Society of Mechanical Engineers (since 1997)
Member, INFORMS: Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (since
2005)
Member, TRB: National Academies Transportation Research Board (since 2009)
Graduate Student Activities
Engineers Without Borders / BLUElab, University of Michigan, Education Chair (2003-2005)
Graduate Student Mentor (2003-2004)
Amnesty International Student Group on Economic and Social Rights (2003-2004)
Public Service Announcement Director, WCBN-FM Ann Arbor (2002-2004)
University of Michigan Graduate Student Symposium, Design and Manufacturing Chair
(2001)
Interdisciplinary Antilium Education and Research Collaboration Initiative (2001-2005)
New Foreign Graduate Student Mentor (2000-2002)
New Graduate Student Recruiter (2000)
RESEARCH GRANTS AND AWARDS
Principal Investigator: (total $1.7M)
[1] Toyota Motor Corporation, “Vehicle Electrification Research and Policy,” August 2014.
[2] Toyota Motor Corporation, “Autonomous Vehicle Research,” [co-PI Chris Hendrickson]
June 2013.
[3] Toyota Motor Corporation, “Advanced Vehicle Research,” October 2012.
[4] Toyota Motor Corporation, “PHEV Research,” [co-PI Jay Whitacre], September 2011.
[5] Ford Motor Company, “Electrified Vehicles in China: Identifying Consumer Preferences
and Key Factors that Impact Adoption,” Sept 2011 – Aug 2014.
[6] Toyota Motor Corporation, “Life Cycle Cost and Environmental Assessment of Plug-in
Vehicles,” [co-PIs Jay Whitacre, Constantine Samaras], August 2010.
[7] Toyota Motor Corporation, “Systems Analysis of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles,” [coPIs Jay Whitacre, Constantine Samaras], April 2009.
[8] National Science Foundation, CAREER Award, “Driving Design: Modeling the
Influence of Market Forces and Public Policy on Engineering Design Decision-Making,”
Aug 2008 – Aug 2013.
[9] Ford Motor Company, “Engineering and Market Simulation for Optimal Product
Planning under Environmental Regulation,” Aug 2008 – Aug 2011.
[10] Carnegie Mellon Institute for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology course
development grant for “Quantitative Methods for Product Design and Development,”
Aug 2007 – July 2012.
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[11] Pennsylvania Infrastructure Technology Alliance, “A Systems Decomposition Approach
for Optimization of Product Families to Balance Market and Engineering Needs,” Jan –
Dec 2007 [Co-PIs Peter Boatwright, Tim Simpson].
[12] Pennsylvania Infrastructure Technology Alliance, “Hierarchical Design Optimization of
Complex Systems,” Jan – Dec 2006 [Co-PIs Jon Cagan, Zhaosong Lu].
Co-Principal Investigator (total $1.8M)
[13] Carnegie Institute of Technology (2012) “Institutionalizing and Disseminating
Engineering Entrepreneurship,” 2012-2013 [PI: Erica Fuchs].
[14] National Science Foundation, SciSIP Program (2011) “GOALI: Think Globally Act
Locally – China and the Future of Energy-Saving Vehicle Technologies,” Sept 2011 –
Aug 2014 [PI: Erica Fuchs].
[15] Mellon Foundation award for “Course Instructor Outreach to Carnegie Mellon’s Center
for Technology Transfer,” 2008-2009 [PI: Erica Fuchs].
[16] National Science Foundation, MUSES Program “Material Use, Infrastructure Change,
and Environmental Impacts for Alternative Fuels and Vehicles,” Sept 2006 – Aug 2011
[PI: Lester Lave. Co-PIs: Chris Hendrickson, H. Scott Matthews, W. Michael Griffin].
[17] United States Environmental Protection Agency P3 Award People Prosperity and the
Planet Award for project “AWARE: A Step Toward Building a Sustainable Economy by
Informing Consumer Purchasing Decisions at the Point of Sale,” Sept 2004 – May 2005
[PI: Steven Skerlos, co-investigator W. Ross Morrow].
Affiliated (total $280k)
[18] National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship "Can Controlled Charging
of Electric Vehicles Reduce the Economic and Environmental Implications of Integrating
Wind Power into the Electricity Grid?" student: Allison Weis, 2011, June 2012 - May 2015.
[19] National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship “How Does Energy Policy
Affect Vehicle Design?” student: Elizabeth Traut, 2009, June 2009 – May 2012.
[20] Steinbrenner Institute for Environmental Education and Research “How Does Energy
Policy Affect Vehicle Design?” student: Elizabeth Traut, August 2009 – July 2010.
HONORS AND AWARDS
Faculty
Best Article Award, European Marketing Academy, International Journal of Research in
Marketing, Best Article in 2011
Best Course, awarded by the Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering Class of 2010
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Design Automation Outstanding Young
Investigator Award (2009)
George Tallman Ladd Research Award for outstanding research and professional
accomplishments and potential (2008)
Best Use of Technology in the Classroom, awarded by the Carnegie Mellon Mechanical
Engineering Class of 2006
American Society of Mechanical Engineers Design Automation Conference Best Paper
Award (2005)
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Student
NSF Engineering Research Center for Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems Ph.D. Student
of the Year Award (2005)
Elaine Harden Award for Outstanding Leadership in College, University and Community
Activities, (2005) – University of Michigan BLUElab Executive Committee
Martin Luther King Jr. Spirit Award for co-development of new Engineering for Community
course (2004) – University of Michigan
Michigan Teaching Fellow (2003) – University of Michigan Horace H. Rackham School of
Graduate Studies and the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching
University of Michigan Mechanical Engineering Graduate Student Council Second Place
Award for Research Poster Competition at the Graduate Student Symposium (2003)
Rackham Interdisciplinary Institute Fellowship (2001-2002)
Devlieg Fellowship and Scholarship (2000)
Engineering Graduate Fellowship (1999)
Graduated first in the ME class of 1999 at Carnegie Mellon with University Honors
Motorola Second Place Research Award for Sigma Xi Undergraduate Research Symposium
(1999)
Carnegie Institute of Technology Third Place Research Award for Sigma Xi Undergraduate
Research Symposium (1999)
Bennett Award for Academic Achievement (1999)
Department Research Honors, Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering (1999)
Student Leadership Award, Carnegie Mellon University (1999)
ACADEMIC SERVICE (since 2005)
Editor:
ASME Design Engineering Division Newsletter Editor (2006-2009)
Concurrent Engineering: Research and Applications, An International Journal (guest editor,
Special Issue on Managing Modularity and Commonality in Product and Process
Development, 2005-2006)
Reviewer:
AIAA Journal
AMA American Marketing Association Conference
Applied Energy
ASME Journal of Mechanical Design
ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences
Concurrent Engineering - Research and Applications
Energies
Energy Journal
Energy Policy
Engineering Optimization
Environmental Research Letters
Environmental Science and Technology
IEEE Spectrum
IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering
IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid
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International Journal of Information Technology and Decision Making
International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management
International Journal of Product Development
Journal of Cleaner Production
Marketing Science (INFORMS)
National Petroleum Council
National Research Council
National Science Foundation
Research in Engineering Design
Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization
Sustainable Transportation
Transport Policy
Transportation Research Board
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice
Transportation Science
Conference Session Organizer / Review Coordinator:
ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences
INFORMS Annual Meeting
Conference Session Chair:
ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences
INFORMS Annual Meeting
Outreach:
Policy Briefing, U.S. Congressional Budget Office (2012)
Policy Briefing, U.S. Congressional Research Service (2012)
Policy Briefing, U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee (2012)
Policy Briefing, U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee (2012)
Policy Briefing, Office of U.S. Representative Levin (2012)
Policy Briefing, National Academy of Engineering, Maxine Savitz, Vice President (2012)
National Petroleum Council study on Future Transportation Fuels, Electricity Subgroup
(2010-2012)
Policy Briefing, U.S. House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee (2009)
Policy Briefing, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science and Technology (2009)
Policy Briefing, U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Energy Independence
and Global Warming (2009)
Policy Briefing, U.S. Congressional Research Service (2009)
Policy Briefing, Office of U.S. Senator Specter (2009)
Policy Briefing, Office of U.S. Representative Markey (2009)
Green Design Apprenticeship, 6 day course for high-school students (2007-present)
Society of Women Engineers High School Day Workshop (2005-2008)
Society Service:
Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Transportation Energy
Committee (friend) (since 2013)
Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Alternative Transportation Fuels
and Technologies Committee (friend) (since 2013)
ASME Design Engineering Division, Chair: Publicity and Newsletter Committee (2007-2009)
ASME Design Automation Committee (since 2005)
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University Service:
Chair, Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering Communications Committee (2013-pres)
Department Head Search Committee, Engineering and Public Policy (2013-2014)
Chair, Carnegie Mellon Engineering and Public Policy Graduate Education Committee (since
2013)
Department Head Search Committee, Mechanical Engineering (2012)
Acting co-director, Master in Product Development program, (2008-2009)
Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering Curriculum Assessment Committee (since 2010)
Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Education Committee (2006-2011)
Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering Library Committee (2006-2008)
Carnegie Mellon Engineering and Public Policy Qualifying Examination Service (since 2006)
Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering Qualifying Examination Service (since 2005)
Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering Seminar Series Committee (2005-2006)
INVITED LECTURES
[1] Electric Vehicles: A Techno-Economic and Environmental Assessment of Costs, Benefits,
Challenges, and Strategies, Carnegie Mellon University (departmental seminar), April 26,
2013, Pittsburgh, PA.
[2] Plug-in Vehicle Life Cycle Benefits and Costs: Implications and Strategies, University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, February 28, 2013, Champaign, IL.
[3] The Costs and Benefits of Plug-in Vehicles: How Much Can We Control? University of
California, San Diego, February 22, 2013, San Diego, CA.
[4] Air Emissions and Oil Displacement Benefits from Plug-in Vehicles, Society of Automotive
Engineers Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Symposium, February 20, 2013, Anaheim, CA.
[5] Effect of Location and Driving Conditions on Plug-in Vehicle Benefits, Transportation
Research Board of the National Academies, January 13, 2013, Washington D.C.
[6] Quantifying Plug-in Vehicle Benefits, Argonne National Laboratory, Aug 17, 2012,
Argonne, IL.
[7] Thoughts on the Field of Design for Market Systems, Northwestern University, Aug 16, 2012,
Evanston, IL.
[8] Are Plug-in Vehicles Worth the Cost? Valuing Air Emissions and Oil Displacement Benefits in
the U.S., March 14, 2012 Toyota Motor North America, Washington, DC.
[9] Are Plug-in Vehicles Worth the Cost? Valuing Air Emissions and Oil Displacement Benefits in
the U.S., Sept 2011, Cambridge University, U.K.
[10] Life Cycle Cost, Air Emissions, and Oil Displacement Potential of Plug-in Vehicles, Ford Motor
Company, July 2011, Dearborn, MI.
[11] On the Life Cycle Implications of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, University of California
Berkeley, Oct 22, 2010, Berkeley, CA.
[12] On the Life Cycle Implications of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Stanford University,
Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Oct 21, 2010, Stanford, CA.
[13] Product Design in Strategic Firm Decision-Making, Stanford Graduate School of Business,
Operations, Information and Technology Group, Oct 20, 2010, Stanford, CA.
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[14] On the Life Cycle Implications of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, University of California
Davis, ITS-STEPS Seminar, Oct 19, 2010, Davis, CA.
[15] Do More Batteries Make a Plug-in Better? Economic and Environmental Analysis of Plug-in
Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Society of Automotive Engineers Government-Industry Meeting,
January 28, 2010, Washington, D.C.
[16] Market Forces and Public Policy in Engineering Systems Optimization, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, Engineering Systems Division, June 12, 2009, Boston, MA.
[17] Design for Market Systems: Integrating Social, Economic, and Physical Sciences to Engineer
Product Success, University of Maryland – College Park, Design and Reliability of
Systems Division, January 14, 2009, College Park, MD.
[18] Design for Market Systems: Integrating Social, Economic, and Physical Sciences to Engineer
Product Success, The Pennsylvania State University, Industrial and Manufacturing
Engineering, October 16, 2008, State College, PA.
[19] Driving Design: Modeling Market Forces and Public Policy in Vehicle Design, State University
of New York at Buffalo, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, April 10, 2008, Buffalo,
NY.
[20] Should Designers Worry about Market Structure?, The Pennsylvania State University,
Engineering Design, April 4, 2008, State College, PA.
[21] Modeling Energy Policy and Consumer Choice in Vehicle Design Optimization, Ford Motor
Company, Systems Analytics and Environmental Sciences, July 25, 2007, Detroit, MI.
[22] Realizable Product Line Optimization: Coordinating Product Positioning and Design for
Heterogeneous Markets, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, Feb. 24,
2006, Pittsburgh, PA.
[23] A Model for Studying the Impact of Fuel Economy and Emission Policy on Profit-Driven Vehicle
Design Decisions in a Competitive Market, Green Design Institute, Carnegie Mellon
University, Oct. 20, 2005, Pittsburgh, PA.
[24] Preference Coordination in Engineering Design Decision-Making, Mechanical Engineering,
Northwestern University, March 31, 2005, Evanston, IL.
[25] Preference Coordination in Engineering Design Decision-Making, General Motors Research
and Development Seminar, Oct. 27, 2004, Detroit, MI.
[26] Individual, Social and Economic Preference in Engineering Design Decision-Making,
Eindhoven University of Technology, April 22, 2004, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
[27] Automotive Design and Environmental Policy in the US Market, Delft University of
Technology, April 21, 2004, Delft, The Netherlands.
[28] Coordination of Preferences Using Hierarchical Optimization of Complex Systems, Ecole
Centrale de Nantes, April 19, 2004, Nantes, France.
[29] Automotive Design and Environmental Policy in the US Market, Technischen Universität
Berlin, April 8, 2004, Berlin, Germany.
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PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS
[30] Consumer Preferences for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in China and the United States:
Implications for Policy and Environment, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting,
January 2014, Washington D.C. (speaker: Helveston).
[31] Sensitivity of Vehicle Market Share Predictions to Alternative Discrete Choice Model
Specifications, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 2014,
Washington D.C.
[32] Comparative Life-Cycle Cost of Electric Vehicle Battery Exchange Versus Fast Charging Stations,
Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 2014, Washington D.C.
[33] Influence of Driving Patterns on Life-Cycle Cost and Emissions of Hybrid and Plug-in Electric
Vehicle Powertrains, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 2014,
Washington D.C.
[34] Global Control Optimization of Electric Vehicles with Supercapacitor-Battery Systems Over a
Set of Real-World Speed and Elevation Profiles via Dynamic Programming, Transportation
Research Board Annual Meeting, January 2014, Washington D.C.
[35] Life Cycle Cost of Electric Vehicle Fast Charging and Battery Swapping Stations, INFORMS
Annual Meeting, October 2013, Minneapolis, MN.
[36] Consumer Preferences for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in China and the United States,
INFORMS Annual Meeting, October 2013, Minneapolis, MN (speaker: Helveston).
[37] Sensitivity of Vehicle Market Share Predictions to Alternative Discrete Choice Model
Specifications, ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, August
2013, Portland, OR (speaker: Haaf).
[38] Toward Understanding the Role of Interaction Effects in Visual Conjoint Analysis, ASME
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, August 2013, Portland, OR
(speaker: Sylcott).
[39] Cost-Effectiveness of PHEV Battery Capacity and Charging Infrastructure, Transportation
Research Board of the National Academies, poster presentation, January 15, 2013,
Washington, D.C.
[40] Evaluation of the Effects of Thermal Management on Battery Life in PHEVs, Transportation
Research Board of the National Academies, poster presentation, January 15, 2013,
Washington, D.C. (speaker: Yuksel)
[41] U.S. Residential Charging Potential for Plug-in Vehicles, Transportation Research Board of
the National Academies, poster presentation, January 15, 2013, Washington, D.C.
(speaker: Traut)
[42] Valuation of Plug-in Vehicle Life Cycle Air Emissions and Oil Displacement Benefits,
Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, poster presentation, January
15, 2013, Washington, D.C.
[43] Influence of Driving Patterns on Life Cycle Benefits of Hybrid and Plug-in Electric Vehicles,
International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, November 2012,
Houston, TX. (speaker: Karabasoglu)
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[44] Optimal Combined Design and Control of Electrified Vehicles for Globally Minimum Life Cycle
Cost, International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, November 2012,
Houston, TX. (speaker: Karabasoglu)
[45] Supercapacitor-Battery System Design and Control for Plug-in Electric Vehicles and Life Cycle
Economic and Environmental Implications, International Mechanical Engineering Congress
and Exposition, November 2012, Houston, TX. (speaker: Karabasoglu)
[46] Controlled Plug-in Vehicle Charging in High Wind Penetration Scenarios, INFORMS Annual
Meeting, Oct 2012, Phoenix, AZ. (speaker: Weis)
[47] Globally Optimal Robust Design and Control of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, INFORMS
Annual Meeting, Oct 2012, Phoenix, AZ. (speaker: Karabasoglu)
[48] Global Control Optimization of Supercapacitor-Battery Electric Vehicles, INFORMS Annual
Meeting, Oct 2012, Phoenix, AZ. (speaker: Karabasoglu)
[49] Driving Design: Modeling the Influence of Market Forces and Public Policy on Vehicle Design
Decisions, National Science Foundation Civil, Mechanical, and Manufacturing
Innovation Conference, July 23, 2012, Boston, MA.
[50] Development of a Simulation Model to Analyze the Effect of Thermal Management on Battery
Life, SAE World Congress, April 25, 2012, Detroit, MI (speaker: Yuksel)
[51] Evaluation of the Effects of Thermal Management on Battery Life in Plug-in Hybrid Electric
Vehicles, The Battery Congress, April 23, 2012, Ann Arbor, MI (speaker: Yuksel)
[52] Are Plug-in Vehicles Worth the Cost? Valuing Air Emissions and Oil Displacement Benefits in
the U.S., INFORMS Annual Meeting, Nov 2011, Charlotte, N.C.
[53] Using Economic Input-Output Life Cycle Assessment to Guide Sustainable Design, INFORMS
Annual Meeting, Nov 2011, Charlotte, N.C. (speaker: Traut)
[54] Optimal Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for
Minimum Greenhouse Gas Emissions, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Nov 2011, Charlotte,
N.C. (speaker: Traut)
[55] Minimizing the Integration Costs of Wind Using Curtailment and Electric Vehicle Charging,
U.S. Association for Energy Economics North American Conference, Oct 2011,
Washington D.C. (speaker: Weis)
[56] Robust Design for Profit Maximization under Uncertainty of Consumer Choice Model
Parameters Using the Delta Method, ASME International Design Engineering Technical
Conferences, Aug 2011, Washington D.C. (speaker: Heckmann)
[57] Using Economic Input-Output Life Cycle Assessment to Guide Sustainable Design, ASME
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Aug 31, 2011, Washington D.C.
[58] Are Plug-in Vehicles Worth the Cost?, ASME International Design Engineering Technical
Conferences, Aug 30, 2011, Washington D.C.
[59] A Perspective on Rebound Effects and Demand/Supply Equilibrium, 2011 Climate and Energy
Decision Making Workshop, June 2011, Washington D.C. (speaker: Hendrickson)
[60] NHTS Survey Day Driving Distance and Estimated Variability to inform Electric Vehicle
Range Design, Using National Household Travel Survey (HNTS) Data for Transportation
Decision Making Workshop, June 2011, Washington, D.C. (speaker: Traut)
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[61] Costs and Benefits of Plug-in Vehicles, Carnegie Mellon Steinbrenner Media Fellowship,
June 2011, Pittsburgh, PA.
[62] Optimal Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for
Minimum Greenhouse Gas Emissions, International Society of Industrial Ecology
Conference, June 2011, Berkeley, CA. (speaker: Traut)
[63] Techno-Economic Analysis of Lithium-Ion Batteries for Personal Vehicle Electrification, with
Apurba Sakti, Technology Management and Policy Conference, May 2011, State College,
PA.
[64] Optimal Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for
Minimum Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Mascaro Center’s Engineering Sustainability
Conference 2011, April 2011, Pittsburgh, PA.
[65] Air Emissions and Oil Displacement Benefits from Plug-in Vehicles, policy brief presented to
members of the Congressional Budget Office, the Congressional Research Service, the
Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, the Senate Commerce, Science and
Transportation Committee, and members of the U.S. House of Representatives, March
13-14, 2012, Washington, D.C.
[66] Techno-Economic Analysis of Lithium-Ion Batteries for Personal Electrification, with Apurba
Sakti. National Academies Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 2327, 2011, Washington, D.C.
[67] Optimal Design and Allocation of Electrified Vehicles and Dedicated Charging Infrastructure for
Minimum Greenhouse Gas Emissions, with Elizabeth Traut, National Academies
Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 23-27, 2011, Washington D.C.
[68] Driving Design: Modeling the Influence of Market Forces and Public Policy on Vehicle Design
Decisions, Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation Conference, January 4-7,
2011, Atlanta, GA.
[69] Material Use, Infrastructure Change, and Environmental Impacts of Alternative Fuels and
Vehicles, Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation Conference, January 4-7, 2011,
Atlanta, GA.
[70] Are Plug-in Vehicles Worth the Cost?, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Nov 9, 2010, Austin, TX.
[71] A MINLP Model for Global Optimization of Plug-in Vehicle Design and Allocation to Minimize
Life Cycle Cost and Greenhouse Gas Emissions, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Nov 8, 2010,
Austin, TX.
[72] Why Your Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle with a 40-mile Battery May Only Go 25, with
Orkun Karabasoglu, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Nov 9, 2010, Austin, TX.
[73] Optimal Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design and Allocation for Minimum Life Cycle Cost,
Petroleum Consumption, and Greenhouse Gas Emissions, ASME International Design
Engineering Technical Conferences, Advanced Vehicle and Tire Technology Conference,
Aug 2010, Montreal, CA.
[74] A MINLP Model for Global Optimization of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design and
Allocation to Minimize Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions, ASME International Design
Engineering Technical Conferences, Design Automation Conference, Aug 2010,
Montreal, CA.
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[75] MINLP Global Optimization of Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle Design and Allocation for Minimum
Cost and GHG Emissions, INFORMS Conference on Energy, Sustainability and Climate
Change, Feb 2010, Gainesville, FL, USA.
[76] Do More Batteries Make a Plug-in Better? Economic and Environmental Analysis of Plug-in
Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Society of Automotive Engineers Government-Industry Meeting,
Jan 2010, Washington D.C., USA.
[77] Do More Batteries Make a Plug-in Better? Economic and Environmental Analysis of Plug-in
Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences
(INFORMS) Annual Meeting, Oct 11, 2009, San Diego, CA, USA.
[78] Optimal Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Design and Allocation for Diverse Driving Patterns,
ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Sept 1 2009, San Diego, CA, USA.
[79] Do More Batteries Make a Plug-in Better? Economic and Environmental Analysis of Plug-in
Hybrid Electric Vehicles, MIT Engineering Systems Symposium, June 17, 2009, Boston,
MA, USA.
[80] A Structural Analysis of Vehicle Design Responses to Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE)
Policy, poster presentation, MIT Engineering Systems Symposium, June 16, 2009, Boston,
MA, USA.
[81] Economic, Environmental, and Security Implications of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles,
Presented to staff members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, the House
Committee on Science and Technology, the Select Committee on Energy Independence
and Global Warming, the Congressional Research Service, and offices of U.S. House and
Senate members, April 16 and April 20, 2009, Washington D.C., USA.
[82] A Structural Analysis of Vehicle Design Responses to CAFE Policy, National Academies
Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, January 2009, Washington DC, USA.
[83] Impact of Battery Weight and Charging Patterns on the Economic and Environmental Benefits of
Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles, National Academies Transportation Research Board Annual
Meeting, January 2009, Washington DC, USA.
[84] A Structural Analysis of Vehicle Design Responses to CAFE Policy, Institute for Operations
Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS) Annual Meeting, November 2008,
Washington, DC, USA.
[85] A Deterministic Lagrangian-Based Global Optimization Approach for Decomposable Nonconvex
Mixed-Integer Problems, Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences
(INFORMS) Annual Meeting, November 2008, Washington, DC, USA.
[86] Optimal Product Design in a Competitive Market, Institute for Operations Research and
Management Sciences (INFORMS) Annual Meeting, November 2008, Washington, DC,
USA.
[87] Consumer Heterogeneity and Channel Structures in Optimal Product Design, Institute for
Operations Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS) Annual Meeting,
November 2008, Washington, DC, USA.
[88] Global Optimization of the Joint Product Family Platform Selection and Design Problem,
Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS) Annual
Meeting, November 2008, Washington, DC, USA.
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[89] Impact of Battery Weight and Charging Patterns on Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles, ASME
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, August 2008, New York, NY,
USA.
[90] Should Designers Worry about Market Systems?, ASME International Design Engineering
Technical Conferences, August 2008, New York, NY, USA.
[91] Optimal Product Design under Price Competition, ASME International Design Engineering
Technical Conferences, August 2008, New York, NY, USA.
[92] A Deterministic Lagrangian-based Global Optimization Approach for Large-Scale Decomposable
Problems, ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, August 2008,
New York, NY, USA.
[93] Wiki-Based Learning in the Mechanical Engineering Classroom, American Society for
Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference and Exposition, June 2008,
Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
[94] Applications of Lagrangian Branch and Cut for Hierarchical Engineering Systems, Institute For
Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) Annual Meeting,
November 2007, Seattle, WA, USA.
[95] A Quantitative Approach to Achieving Optimal Balance between Product Variety and
Manufacturability, Institute For Operations Research and the Management Sciences
(INFORMS) Annual Meeting, November 2007, Seattle, WA, USA.
[96] Product Line Design Optimization for Heterogeneous Markets, Institute For Operations
Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) Annual Meeting, November 2007,
Seattle, WA, USA.
[97] Diagonal Quadratic Approximation for Parallelization of Analytical Target Cascading, ASME
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, September 2007, Las Vegas,
NV, USA.
[98] A Game Theoretic Approach to Finding Market Equilibria for Automotive Design under
Environmental Regulation, ASME International Design Engineering Technical
Conferences, September 2007, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
[99] Design Optimization of a Laptop Computer using Aggregate and Mixed Logit Demand Models
with Consumer Survey Data, ASME International Design Engineering Technical
Conferences, September 2007, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
[100]
Measurement of Headlight Form Preference using Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis,
ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, September 2007, Las
Vegas, NV, USA.
[101]
An Extension of the Commonality Index for Product Family Optimization, ASME
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, September 2007, Las Vegas,
NV, USA.
[102]
A Single-Stage Gradient-Based Approach for Solving the Joint Product Family Platform
Selection and Design Problem using Decomposition, ASME International Design
Engineering Technical Conferences, September 2007, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
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[103]
A Decomposed Genetic Algorithm for Solving the Joint Product Family Optimization
Problem, AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Specialists Conference, April,
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
[104]
Balancing Marketability and Manufacturability in Product Line Design Optimization,
Institute For Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) Annual
Conference, November 2006, Pittsburgh, PA.
[105]
The Impact of Environmental Policy on Profit-Driven Vehicle Design Optimization,
Institute For Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) Annual
Conference, November 2006, Pittsburgh, PA.
[106]
Analytical Target Cascading using Branch and Bound for Mixed Integer Nonlinear
Programming, ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences,
September 2006, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
[107]
Balancing Marketing and Manufacturing Objectives in Product Line Design, ASME
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, September 2005, Long Beach,
CA, USA.
[108]
An Efficient Weighting Update Method to Achieve Acceptable Consistency Deviation in
Analytical Target Cascading, ASME International Design Engineering Technical
Conferences, September 2004, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
[109]
An Efficient Weighting Update Method to Achieve Acceptable Consistency Deviation in
Analytical Target Cascading, Automotive Research Center Conference, May 2004, Ann
Arbor, MI, USA.
[110]
An Optimal Marketing and Engineering Design Model for Product Development Using
Analytical Target Cascading, Tools and Methods of Competitive Engineering Conference,
April 2004, Lausanne, Switzerland.
[111]
A Simulation-based Vehicle Design Strategy for Requirements Validation, Automotive
Research Center Conference, May 12, 2003, Chrysler Headquarters, Auburn Hills, MI,
USA.
[112]
A Study of Emission Policy Effects on Optimal Vehicle Design Decisions, ASME
Design Engineering Technical Conferences, September 2003, Chicago, IL, USA.
PRESS RELEASES
[1] Carnegie Mellon Study Says Electric Vehicles Could Be Cheaper to Recharge if
Electricity Providers Control Charging Speeds, Jan 23, 2014
[2] Carnegie Mellon Researchers Find Consumers Choose More Efficient Light Bulbs when
Energy Costs are Labeled, Jan 10, 2014.
[3] Carnegie Mellon Researchers Find Limited Residential Parking a Barrier to Electric
Vehicle Adoption, Nov 11, 2013.
[4] Carnegie Mellon Researchers Report Hybrid Cars are Greener for City Drivers, June 17,
2013.
[5] Fiscal Cliff Bill Tax Credits for Electric Vehicle Chargers Found Not Cost Effective, Jan 7,
2013.
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[6] Carnegie Mellon Study Finds Benefits of Plug-in Vehicles Depend on Battery Size, Sept
26, 2011.
SELECTED MEDIA STORIES
[1] The New York Times: EVs Could Be a Key Part of a Changing Electricity Grid, Jan 23, 2014.
[2] Bloomberg Businessweek: Toyota Sees Hydrogen Car Fill-Ups at Dealers to Trash Dumps,
Jan 7, 2014.
[3] The New York Times: Electric Cars Give Rise to a Recharging Industry, Nov 12, 2013.
[4] The Daily Beast: Electric Vehicles May Be the Green Car of the Future, But Hybrids Are
the Green Car of the Present, Jan 24, 2013.
[5] The Washington Post: Hybrid, electric or gas: What's a car buyer interested in the
environment to do? March 19, 2012.
[6] Bloomberg News: U.S. Battery, Plug-in Car Push Costs Exceed Rewards, New Study Says,
Sept 26, 2011.
[7] The Wall Street Journal: High Battery Cost Curbs Electric Cars, Oct 17, 2010.
[8] MSNBC: Toyota’s Straight Talk on Plug-in Vehicles, July 12 2010.
[9] Bloomberg News: GM Volt Cost May Limit Value to Drivers, Study Finds, February 26,
2009.
ALL MEDIA STORIES
[1] Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, “Shedding light on true cost of bulbs,” Feb 7, 2014.
[2] WESA, Pittsburgh's NPR News Station: New Method of Charging Electric Cars Could
Bring Savings, Feb 3, 2014.
[3] The Daily Fusion: EVs Could Be Recharged Cheaper With Controlled Charging Speeds,
Jan 27, 2014.
[4] The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Plugging electric vehicles in at cheapest time could save
on power bills, CMU finds, Jan 24, 2014.
[5] The New York Times: EVs Could Be a Key Part of a Changing Electricity Grid, Jan 23, 2014.
[6] Design News, “Will parking problems slow the rise of electric vehicles?” January 14, 2014.
[7] Futurity, “Labels sway consumers to pick ‘green’ bulbs,” January 13, 2014.
[8] Earth Techling, “Good labeling might increase green light bulb sales,” January 2014.
[9] Bloomberg Businessweek: Toyota Sees Hydrogen Car Fill-Ups at Dealers to Trash Dumps,
Jan 7, 2014.
[10] Allegheny Front: Charging a Challenge for Electric Car Owners, Nov 22, 2013.
[11] WESA 90.5FM: Lack of Parking May Be One of the Electric Car's Biggest Hurdles, Nov
18, 2013.
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[12] The Car Connection: Electric Car Adoption Lagging Because Drivers Have Nowhere to
Park & Charge Them, Nov 13, 2013.
[13] The New York Times: Electric Cars Give Rise to a Recharging Industry, Nov 12, 2013.
[14] The Daily Fusion: Insufficient Parking Space Hinders Electric Vehicle Adoption, Nov 12,
2013.
[15] Green Car Congress: CMU study finds limited dedicated residential parking and charging
a significant barrier to mainstream EV adoption, Nov 12, 2013.
[16] Autoblog Green: In city driving, hybrids really outshine the competition, June 22, 2013.
[17] EV World: Hybrids better choice for city drivers, CMU study finds, June 18, 2013.
[18] Pittsburgh Post Gazette: Business news briefs: Study says hybrid, electric vehicles not
always beneficial, June 18, 2013.
[19] ASME.org, “The Expo Advantage,” March 2013.
[20] Pocono Record: Hybrids Deserve Better, Feb 18, 2013.
[21] The Allegheny Front on WESA, Pittsburgh’s NPR News Station: “CMU studies electric vs.
hybrid cars,” Feb 9, 2013.
[22] The Daily Beast: “Electric vehicles may be the green car of the future, but hybrids are the
green car of the present,” Jan 24, 2013.
[23] CBS-KDKA Ch.2: “CMU engineering students developing new consumer products,” Dec
10, 2012.
[24] NBC-WTAE Ch.4: “Young engineers showcase prototypes at CMU expo ,” Dec 10, 2012.
[25] Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: “Innovation 101: CMU students iron out details to improve
consumer products,” Dec 10, 2012.
[26] Green Car Congress: “CMU/Ford study assesses optimal mix of conventional, hybrid,
plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles for minimizing GHG and cost,” Oct 31, 2012.
[27] Green Car Congress: “CMU study finds small battery PHEVs and gasoline hybrids the
least-cost policy solution to reducing gasoline consumption,” Oct 29, 2012.
[28] Design News: “Could Pure Electrics Emit More than Hybrids?” Nov 15, 2012.
[29] The Street: “Tesla Motors pollutes today for a greener tomorrow,” Nov 7, 2012.
[30] Edmunds: “California ZEV mandate -- Would a gas tax be better?” Oct 17, 2012.
[31] Automotive World: “US: PHEVs give better subsidy yields than EVs - study”, July 26,
2012.
[32] CBS-KDKA Ch.2: “The Sunday Business Page,” Interview with J. Michalek, P. White and
W. Shim, May 13, 2012.
[33] CBS-WTAE Ch. 2 News: “CMU engineering students present inventions,” May 7, 2012.
[34] ABC-WTAE Ch. 4 Action News: “CMU students showcase designs at senior design expo,”
May 7, 2012.
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[35] WPXI-Pittsburgh Ch. 11 Nightly News: “CMU students show off their new and improved
products,” May 7, 2012.
[36] The Washington Post: "Hybrid, electric or gas: What's a car buyer interested in the
environment to do?" March 19, 2012.
[37] Autoblog Green: "Why plug-in vehicles with "small" battery packs should be subsidized
in a big way," Oct 6, 2011.
[38] The Truth About Cars: "Report knocks 'big battery' plug-in subsidies, will the DOE
notice?" Sept 28, 2011.
[39] TheGreenCarWebsite.co.uk: "Are small batteries the future for hybrid cars," Sept 28, 2011.
[40] Greenwire: "Incentives should target hybrids, not pure EVs -- report," E&E Publishing,
Washington D.C., Sept 28, 2011.
[41] K-Car Network (2011) “美国最新研究表明纯电动车耗费成本较高” 盖世汽车网, Sept 27,
2011.
[42] Green Car Congress: "CMU study finds that HEVs and PHEVs with small battery packs
offer more emissions and oil displacement benefits per dollar spent than large pack
PHEVs and BEVs; policy implications," Sept 27, 2011.
[43] Alt Energy Stocks: (2011) "Plug-in vehicles have been weighed in the balance and found
wanting," Sept 27, 2011.
[44] HybridCars (2011) "Carnegie Mellon study says hybrids are better target for government
investment than EVs," Sept 26, 2011.
[45] Bloomberg Businessweek: “U.S. Battery, Plug-in Car Push Costs Exceed Rewards, New
Study Says,” Sept 26, 2011.
[46] EV World: “The Case for Small Electric Hybrids,” Dec 14, 2010.
[47] Green Car Congress: “CMU Study Explores Optimizing PHEV Design and Allocation to
Minimize Life Cycle Cost, Petroleum Consumption, and GHG Emissions,” Dec 6, 2010.
[48] The Wall Street Journal, “High Battery Cost Curbs Electric Cars,” Oct 17, 2010
[49] MSNBC: “Toyota’s Straight Talk on Plug-in Vehicles,” July 12 2010.
[50] IEC Engineering and Technology Magazine: “Batteries Struggle for Greater Power,” n9,
June 16, 2010.
[51] Minyanville: “Welcome Chevy Volt, GM’s Next Flop,” April 1, 2010.
[52] IEEE Spectrum: “Loser: Why the Chevy Volt will Fizzle,” January 2010.
[53] CNET News: “Q&A: Will the Chevy Volt make money for GM?,” October 30, 2009.
[54] Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: “Newsmaker: Jeremy J. Michalek,” July 4, 2009.
[55] Nippon Television Network (2009) “The Future of the Auto Industry,” Nightly News, April
29, 2009.
[56] IEEE Spectrum: “Why Plug-Ins will Make (Dollars and) Sense,” March 2009.
[57] IEEE Spectrum: “Why the Chevy Volt Doesn’t Add Up,” March 9, 2009.
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[58] Automobile Magazine: “Carnegie Mellon Study Finds High Capacity Plug-In Hybrids
Cost Inefficient,” March 5, 2009.
[59] CNNMoney.com Fortune Magazine: “Taking the Charge out of Chevy’s Volt: A new study
casts doubt on the benefits of the automaker’s much-hyped plug-in hybrid,” March 3,
2009.
[60] U.S. News and World Report “Study: Chevy Volt ‘Not Cost Effective in Any Scenario,”
March 2, 2009.
[61] Bloomberg News: “GM Volt Cost May Limit Value to Drivers, Study Finds,” February 26,
2009.
[62] MIT Technology Review: “Toyota to Deliver Plug-In Hybrids: The new Prius is designed
so that its battery pack can be swapped out for a plug-in lithium-ion battery,” January 13,
2009.
[63] Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: “CMU Engineers Innovation at Student Exposition,”
December 8, 2008.
[64] CBS-KDKA-Pittsburgh Ch.2 News: “CMU Students Show Off Inventions,” December 8,
2008.
[65] WPXI-Pittsburgh Ch. 11 News: “CMU Students Host Innovative Product Expo,”
December 8, 2008.
[66] Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: “Newsmaker: Jeremy J. Michalek,” Jan 30, 2008.
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