Erik Wilhelm’s research has focused on three key aspects of transportation technology; namely, the design, construction, and optimization of advanced vehicle powertrains, the socio-economic impacts of automobiles, and networked intelligent transportation systems. The improvement of transportation technology through the reduction of its environmental impact and social cost is the underlying theme of his work. Most recently, his focus has been on using vehicles as pervasive sensors.
For a richer perspective on Erik’s previous and current work, please visit: http://people.sutd.edu.sg/~erikwilhelm/
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich (ETH-Zürich), Switzerland, 2007-2011
- Doctor of Sciences, ETH Zürich performed at the Paul Scherrer Instituy
University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 2000-2007
- Masters of Applied Science, Chemical Engineering,
- Honours Bachelors of Applied Science, Chemical Engineering,
- Graduated with Distinction, Dean’s Honour Roll.
- Powertrain design,
- Energy storage and conversion,
- Optimal and robust control,
- Transportation systems.
- Pervasive sensing.
For a current list of research project please visit: http://faculty.sutd.edu.sg/~erikwilhelm/
For a current list of research opportunities and openings please visit: http://faculty.sutd.edu.sg/~erikwilhelm/
Awards & Achievements
- GYSS Singapore Challenge Winner, 2013
- NSERC CGS & PGS Scholar, 2005
- DAAD Exchange Scholar, 2003
For a current list of publications please visit: http://faculty.sutd.edu.sg/~erikwilhelm/
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Numerical Optimization
- Modeling and Simulation
- Algorithm and System Design
- Decision Analysis