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University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL
T:   024 7657 3219
E:   James.Marco@warwick.ac.uk

Research Interests

My Research interests include systems engineering, real-time control, systems modelling, design optimisation and the design of energy management control systems. I am interested in the application of these generic and enabling technologies to the design of new low carbon technologies for the transport and energy storage sectors. Recent areas of research focus include, but are not limited too: The design of new hybridisation strategies for off-highway vehicles. The design energy management strategies for hybrid electric marine vessels. The design of novel thermal management solutions for electric and hybrid electric vehicles. The design of new control functions to support 2nd life energy storage applications (e.g.active energy balancing, improved state of health and state of function estimation). The design of accelerated energy storage characterisation techniques to enable the broader adoption of circular economy strategies for used vehicle battery systems.

Biography

Dr James Marco is a Chartered Engineer and a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (MIET). After graduating with an Engineering Doctorate from Warwick in 2000, James worked for several years within the automotive industry leading engineering research teams for Ford (North America and Europe), Jaguar Cars, Land Rover and Daimlerchrysler (Germany). In his early career, James was responsible for the design of the energy management control software for Ford's first fuel cell hybrid electric vehicle. In 2006, James returned to academia, taking a research position at Cranfield University. At Cranfield, he undertook a number of collaborative research projects in the related of areas of vehicle system control, system modelling and powertrain electrification. These include: LIFECar and Hyrban - both fuel cell electric vehicle prototypes and ADDZEV - a low cost hybrid electric commercial vehicle. James joined WMG in 2013 and is currently employed as a Reader in Vehicle Electrification and Energy Storage.

Research Projects

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Publications

Journals
  • Uddin, Kotub, Somerville, Limhi, Barai, Anup, Lain, Michael J., Rajan, Ashwin T., Jennings , Paul A., Marco, James, 2017. The impact of high-frequency-high-current perturbations on film formation at the negative electrode-electrolyte interface. Electrochimica Acta, 233, pp. 1-12, View
  • Uddin, Kotub, Moore, Andrew D., Barai, Anup, Marco, James, 2016. The effects of high frequency current ripple on electric vehicle battery performance. Applied Energy, 178, pp. 142-154, View

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