Professor Patrick Luk a member of the DTE Network+ published a paper related to low-cost high performance motor technologies for EV.
Doctor Dimitris Potoglou, a member of our DTE Network+ team, published a paper in Sustainability , titled "Are Existing Battery Electric Vehicles Adoption Studies Able to Inform Policy? A Review for Policymakers "
Professor Liana Cipcigan, the leader of the DTE Network+ attended the SETsquared Future of the Car online roundtable event and was featured on an article for Business Leader magazine, titled "What will the car of the future look like?" found at :
Doctor Dimitris Potoglou, a member of our DTE Network+ team, participated in the UTSG annual funders’ webinar with representatives from ESRC, EPSRC, DfT and CPCatapult. A document outlining Cardiff University’s transport related research was shared with the funders and can be found here.
During the UTSG webinar, ESRC has also announced a series of webinars around the Future Flight Challenge; more details can be found at :
Professor Liana Cipcigan, the leader of the DTE Network+ was interviewed and featured on an article in E&T magazine of the Institution of Engineering and Technology titled "Are we Geared up for EVs?".
Professor Peter Wells and Doctor Dimitrios Xenias extended members of DTE Network+ and members of the Electric Vehicles Centre of Excellence contributed to the following articles in the Evening Standard
Doctor Dimitrios Potoglou a member of our DTE network + team was appointed as a Member of the Wales Independent Review Panel: Review and Implementation of Local Authority Air Quality Measures in Wales.
Professor Peter Wells an extended members of DTE Network+ and a member of the Electric Vehicles Centre of Excellence appeared on South Korea TV to discuss the future of EV's.
The deputy network manager Dominic Dattero-Snell and the network manager Konstantinos Stamatis of the DTE network+ are now members of the delivery team of the Decarbonisation Working Group of the Transport Research and Innovation Board (TRIB), Department for Transport.
The DTE Network+ project has been featured in Government News. The Office of the Secretary of State for Wales released that “Cardiff’s new transport research network receives £1m UK Government cash boost to turn vehicles green”. The story can be found on the Government website at the following links:
Prof. Liana Cipcigan, the leader of the DTE Network+, gave an interview to The Engineer about the the challenges of electrifying the transport network and how the DTE Network+ will address these challenges.