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Jason Siegel

Jason Siegel

Assistant Research Scientist, Mechanical Engineering

Dr. Jason Siegel is an Associate Research Scientist at the University of Michigan in the Mechanical Engineering dept. His research focuses on physics based modeling and control of energy storage and conversion systems including lithium-ion batteries and Proton Exchange Membrane fuel cells. Dr. Siegel was part of the team that received the 2016 IEEE CONTROL SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY AWARD: “For the development of an advanced battery management system accounting for electro-thermo-mechanical phenomena.” He was responsible for the controls development, integration, testing and T2M activities for the 2015 ARPA-E open project with Eaton developing a 48V Hybrid (power-split) Electrically Assisted Variable Speed (EAVS) roots supercharger. He has co/authored more than 30 journal articles with an H-index of 16, and a chapter in the control systems handbook on the application of model predictive control to fuel cells. Dr. Siegel serves as the chair of the IEEE Technical Committee on Automotive Control.