Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley. Mechanical Engineering. 1992.
M.S. Pennsylvania State University. Mechanical Engineering. 1988.
B.S. National Taiwan University. Mechanical Engineering. 1984.
Vehicle dynamics and control; electromechanical systems; optimal control; human driver modeling; vehicle active safety systems; control of hybrid and fuel cell vehicles; energy system design and control for mobile robots.
S. Yang and H. Peng, "Development and Evaluation of Collision Warning/Collision Avoidance Algorithms Using an Errable Driver Model, " Vehicle System Dynamics, August 2010, Manuscript ID: 515745.
Y. Chen and H. Peng, "Predicting current density distribution of proton exchange membrane fuel cells with different flow field designs", Journal of Power Sources, POWER-D-10-01697R1, accepted Sep 2010.
N. Kim, S. Cha and H. Peng, "Optimal Control of Hybrid Electric Vehicles Based on Pontryagin's Minimum Principle, " IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, accepted August 2010.
G. Seenumani, J. Sun and H. Peng, "Real-time Power Management of Integrated Power Systems in All Electric Ships Using Time Scale Separation", submitted to IEEE Transactions on Control System Technology, 2010.
R. Bis, H. Peng and A.G. Ulsoy, "Velocity Occupancy Space: Autonomous Navigation in an Uncertain, Dynamic Environment, " Accepted for publication in International Journal of Vehicle Autonomous Systems, October 2010.
J. Liu, H. Peng, "A Systematic Design Approach for Two Planetary Gear Split Hybrid Vehicles, " Vehicle System Dynamics, Volume 48 Issue 11, 2010, pp.1395-1412.