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Title

Project Manager

Contact

WMG
University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL
T:   024 7657 5984
E:   y.guo@warwick.ac.uk
W:   Energy Innovation Centre

Research Interests

My research interests include system modelling, robust design and validation of automotive electronic system, advanced test techniques applied to Li-ion batteries and the design of energy storage systems for low carbon transport applications.

Biography

Dr Yue Guo graduated with a BEng (Honours) degree in Electrical Engineering and Automation from the Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), China. After his undergraduate degree, he studied in the School of Computer Science at the University of Nottingham where he received an MSc in Management of Information Technology. Yue then successfully completed his PhD in Model-Based design for Automotive Electronic System at the University of Warwick. Then he was employed as a Research Fellow and been working closely with automotive industry on several collaborative research projects focusing on System of Systems modelling, automated model based testing, battery modelling and characterization by using new and existing techniques. At present, he is involved in a number of research projects on the design and development of the next generation of energy storage systems for low carbon transport applications.

Dr Yue Guo is a Chartered Engineer, Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Committee Member of SAE International (formerly known as the Society of Automotive Engineers) Battery Thermal Management Committee. He is currently appointed as the Project Manager of Energy Innovation Centre at WMG, University of Warwick and is responsible for the operations and resource management of the facilities of Energy Innovation Centre to deliver the research outcomes.

Publications

Journals
  • Grandjean, Thomas, Barai, Anup, Hosseinzadeh, Elham, Guo, Yue, McGordon, Andrew, Marco, James, 2017. Large format lithium ion pouch cell full thermal characterisation for improved electric vehicle thermal management. Journal of Power Sources, 359, pp. 215-225, View

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