Paper Presentation

Optimal Charging of Electric Vehicles II


Chair: Antonio C. S. Lima

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



Coordinated Electric Vehicle Charging Strategy for Optimal Operation of Distribution Network

Kaiqiao Zhan (Tsinghua University, China), Zechun Hu (Tsinghua University, China), Yonghua Song (Tsinghua University, China), Zhuowei Luo (Tsinghua University, China), Zhiwei Xu (Tsinghua University, China), and Long Jia (Tsinghua University, China)


Urgency-Driven, Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging

Jeff Frolik (University of Vermont, USA) and Paul D. H. Hines (University of Vermont, USA)


An Optimal Local Charging Strategy for Competing Electric Vehicles on Quick Charging Facilities

Cédric Bodet (NEC Laboratories Europe, Germany), Rafał Jabłonowski (NEC Laboratories Europe, Germany), Kellie Erickson (NEC Laboratories Europe, Germany), and Anett Schülke (NEC Laboratories Europe, Germany)


Strong Stochastic Approach to Assess Impacts of Electric Vehicles on the Distribution Network

Tuan Tran-Quoc (CEA-INES, France), Xavier Le Pivert (CEA-INES, France), Mehdi Saheli (Renault, France), and Olivier Beaude (Renault, France)


Validation of Voltage Regulation Method in Distribution System Utilizing Electric Vehicles 

Yuki Mitsukuri (Hokkaido University, Japan), Ryoichi Hara (Hokkaido University, Japan), Hiroyuki Kita (Hokkaido University, Japan), Eiji Kamiya (Tokyo Electric Power Company, Japan), Yasuhiro Kataoka (Tokyo Electric Power Company, Japan), Shoji Taki (Tokyo Electric Power Company, Japan), and Eiji Kogure (Tokyo Electric Power Company, Japan)


On the Interdependence of Intelligent Charging Approaches for Plug-in Electric Vehicles in Transmission and Distribution Networks

Marina González Vayá (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), Matthias D. Galus (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), Rashid A. Waraich (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), and Göran Andersson (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)