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ERE Seminar: Scott Moura, UC Berkeley — Modeling, Identification, & Deep Learning of Batteries

Date and Time: 
October 23, 2017 -
12:30pm to 1:30pm
Location: 
Room 104, Green Earth Sciences Building, 367 Panama Street, Stanford
Contact Email: 
erutherford@stanford.edu
Contact Phone: 
6507236849
Event Sponsor: 
Energy Resources Engineering

Modeling, Identification, & Deep Learning of Batteries

Scott Moura, Ph.D
Assistant Professor / Director of eCAL
University of California, Berkeley


Batteries are ubiquitous. However, today’s batteries are expensive, range-limited, power-restricted, die too quickly, charge too slowly, and susceptible to safety issues. For this reason, model-based battery management systems are of extreme interest. In this talk, we discuss eCAL’s recent research on electrochemical-thermal battery models, optimal experiment design for parameter identification, and deep learning. Finally, we close with exciting new perspectives for next-generation battery systems.



About the Speaker:
Scott Moura is an Assistant Professor at the University of California, Berkeley in Civil & Environmental Engineering. He is also Director of eCAL, Faculty Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and PI at the Tsinghua-Berkeley Shenzhen Institute. He received the Ph.D. degree from the University of Michigan in 2011, the M.S. degree from the University of Michigan in 2008, and the B.S. degree from the UC Berkeley, in 2006 - all in Mechanical Engineering. He was a postdoctoral scholar at UC San Diego in the Cymer Center for Control Systems and Dynamics, and a visiting researcher in the Centre Automatique et Systèmes at MINES ParisTech in Paris, France. He is a recipient of the O. Hugo Shuck Best Paper Award, Carol D. Soc Distinguished Graduate Student Mentoring Award, Hellman Faculty Fellows Award, UC Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship, National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, University of Michigan Distinguished ProQuest Dissertation Honorable Mention, University of Michigan Rackham Merit Fellowship, and Distinguished Leadership Award. He has received multiple conference best paper awards, as an advisor & student. His research interests include control & estimation theory for PDEs, optimization, machine learning, batteries, electric vehicles, and the smart grid.