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					                           CURRICULUM VITAE
                                                           Last update: Jan. 2010


Taehyung Kim
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of Michigan-Dearborn
Phone: 313-583-6736 (office)
Email: taehyung@umich.edu


1. Education
Post-Doc. - Power Electronics and Advanced Vehicles Lab.           2003 - 2005
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Ph.D. Electrical & Computer Engineering                            2003
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

M.S.   Electrical Engineering                                      1998
Korea University, Seoul, South Korea

B.S.   Electrical Engineering                                      1994
Korea University, Seoul, South Korea


2. Research Interests
• Energy Conversion
• Fuel Cell Hybrid Vehicles
• Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicle’s Traction Motor Drives
• Power Electronics and Motor Drives
• Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicle’s System Design and Control
• Position Sensorless Control of AC Motors
• Digital Signal Processor (DSP) Based Control for Adjustable Speed Motor Drives
• Evaluation & Diagnosis of AC Motors for Military and Commercial Applications


3. Employment History
Assistant Professor                                           2005 (Sep.) to Present
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Michigan - Dearborn, Dearborn, MI
Post-Doctoral Research Associate                              2003 to 2005
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Power Electronics and Advanced Vehicles Lab.
Senior Research Engineer                                      2003
SAMSUNG Electronics, Digital Appliance Research Center
Research Assistant                                            2000 to 2002
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Advanced Vehicle and Power Electronics Lab.



4. Honors and Awards
•   Technical Program Co-Chair, 2009 IEEE-Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference.
•   Advisory Committee, 2008 International Conference on Computers,
    Communications, and Systems.
•   Listed in the Marquis Who’s Who in America, 2009.
•   Faculty Research Grant Award, University of Michigan-Dearborn, 2006, 2008.
•   Research Board of Advisor, American Biographical Institute (ABI), 2007.
•   Scholarship from Department of Electrical Engineering, Korea University, 1997.




5. Funded Research
[1] “Predictive Energy Conversion and Fault Tolerant Electric Drives for Hybrid Electric
    and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles,” $60,000, Taehyung Kim (PI), Institute for
    Advanced Vehicle Systems, 2010-2011.
[2] “Development of Technology for APFCT’s Fuel Cell Hybrid Electric Scooter,”
    $54,994, Taehyung Kim (100% PI), APFCT (Asia Pacific Fuel Cell Technologies,
    Ltd), 2007-2008.
[3] “Development of a Brushless DC Motor Drive,” $10,000, Taehyung Kim (100% PI),
    APFCT (Asia Pacific Fuel Cell Technologies, Ltd), 2008.
[4] “Position Sensorless Drives of Permanent Magnet Motors for Military and
    Commercial Applications”, $47,000, Taehyung Kim (100% PI), HP-CEEP (Henry
    Patton Center for Engineering Education), 2006-2008.
[5] “Acquisition of Instruments for the Research of Applying Ultra Wide Band Based
    Wireless Networks to Vehicles for Communications and Controls”, $199,981,
    National Science Foundation (NSF), Taehyung Kim (Co-PI), 2008.
[6] “Investigation on Power Generation Controls in Hybrid Electric Power Systems”,
    $6,000, Taehyung Kim (100% PI), Faculty Research Grant, UM-D, 2008.
[7] “Maximum Efficiency, Minimum Torque Pulsation Control of PM Machines in
    Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles”, $6,000, Taehyung Kim (100% PI), Faculty
    Research Grant, UM-D, 2006.
7. Journal and Conference Papers

a) Journal Papers
[1]    B. K. Lee, T. Kim, and M. Ehsani, “On the Feasibility of Four-switch Three-phase
       BLDC Motor Drives for Low Cost Commercial Applications: Topology and
       Control,” IEEE Transactions on Power Electronic, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 164-172,
       2003.
[2]    T. Kim and M. Ehsani, “Sensorless Control of the BLDC Motors From Near Zero
       to High Speed,” IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 19, No. 6, pp. 1635-
       1645, 2004.
[3]    H. Lee, T. Kim, and M. Ehsani, “Practical Control for Improving Power Density
       and Efficiency of the BLDC Generator,” IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics,
       vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 192-199, 2005.
[4]    H. Lee, T. Kim, and M. Ehsani, “Maximum Power Throughput in the Multiphase
       BLDC Generator,” IEE Journal (IET), Electric Power Applications, vol. 152, issue
       3, pp. 501-508, 2005.
[5]    T. Kim, H. Lee, and M. Ehsani, “Position Sensorless Brushless DC
       Motor/Generator Drives: Review and Future Trends,” IEE Journal (IET), Electric
       Power Applications, vol. 1, issue 4, pp. 557-564, 2007.
[6]    O. Vodyakho, A. Steimel, D. Hackstein, and T. Kim, “Novel Direct Current-Space-
       Vector Control for Shunt Active Power Filters Based on the Three-Level Inverter,”
       IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 23, issue 4, pp. 1668-1678, 2008.
[7]    S. Kwak and T. Kim, "An Integrated Current Source Inverter with Reactive and
       Harmonic Power Compensators by Active and Passive Constituents," IEEE
       Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 24, no. 2, Feb. 2009.
[8]    O. Vodyakho and T. Kim, “Shunt Active Power Filter Based on the Three-Level
       Inverter for the Three-Phase, Four-Wire System,” IEE Journal (IET), Power
       Electronics, vol. 2, issue 3, pp. 216~226, 2009.
[9]    O. Vodyakho, T. Kim, S. Kwak, and C.S. Edrington, “Comparison of Space Vector
       Controls for the Three-Level Inverter Based Shunt Active Power Filters,” IEE
       Journal (IET), Power Electronics, vol. 2, issue 6, pp. 653~664, 2009.
[10]   T. Kim, H. Lee, and S. Kwak, “The Internal Fault Analysis of BLDC Motors Based
       on the Winding Function Theory,” IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, vol. 45, issue
       5, pp. 2090-2096, 2009.
[11]   T. Kim and H. Lee, “Advanced BLDC Machine Drive with Minimum Torque
       Ripple and Maximum Power,” International Journal of Power Electronics, vol. 1,
       no. 4 pp. 347 – 362, 2009.
[12]   T. Kim and O. Vodyakho, “Brushless PM Machine Drive in Electric and Hybrid
       Electric Vehicles Based on the Space Vector Current Control,” International
       Journal of Automotive Technology, vol. 10, no. 6, pp. 711−717, 2009.
[13]   S. Kwak and T. Kim, “Phase-Redundant based Reliable Direct AC/AC Converter
       Drive for Series Hybrid Off-Highway Heavy Electric Vehicles,” IEEE Transactions
       on Vehicular Technology, under review, 2009.
[14]   D. Paul and T. Kim, “On The Feasibility of the Wireless Steering Wheel: Modeling
       and Control,” International Journal of Automotive Technology, under review, 2009.
[15] T. Kim, O. Vodyakho, and J. Yang, “Control of a Fuel Cell Hybrid Electric
     Scooter,” IEEE IAS Magazine, under review, 2009.
[16] T. Kim, “Regenerative Braking Control of a Brushless DC Motor in Fuel Cell
     Hybrid Electric Vehicles,” Electric Power Components and Systems, under review,
     2010.
[17] W. Na, T. Kim, and S. Kwak, “Light Fuel Cell Hybrid Electric Vehicles Based on
     Predictive Controllers,” IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, under review,
     2010.
[18] W. Na, B. Gou, and T. Kim, “Nonlinear Control Approach for a New MIMO based
     Dynamic PEM Fuel Cells Model,” Journal of Power Sources, under review, 2010.

b) Conference Papers
[19] T. Kim, O. Vodyakho, and J. Yang, “Control of a Fuel Cell Hybrid Electric
     Motorcycle”, 2009 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Expo (ECCE), San Jose,
     2009.
[20] A. Gupta, T. Kim, T. Park, and C. Lee, “Intelligent Direct Torque Control of
     Brushless DC Motors for Hybrid Electric Vehicles,” 2009 IEEE Vehicle Power and
     Propulsion Conference (VPPC), Dearborn, 2009.
[21] S. Kwak and T. Kim, “Fault Detection and Location of Open Switch Faults in
     Matrix Converter Drive Systems,” 2009 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion
     Conference (VPPC), Dearborn, 2009.
[22] T. Kim and J. Yang, “Control of a Brushless DC Motor/Generator in a Fuel Cell
     Hybrid Electric Vehicle”, 2009 IEEE International Symposium on Industrial
     Electronics, Seoul, 2009.
[23] O. Vodyakho, T. Kim, and S. Kwak, “Comparison of the Space Vector Current
     Controls for Shunt Active Power Filters,” 2008 IEEE-IECON (Industrial Electronics
     Society Conference), Orlando, Nov. 2008.
[24] S. Kwak, T. Kim, and O. Vodyakho, “Space Vector Control Methods For Two-Leg
     And Three-Leg Based Direct Ac To Ac Converters For Two-Phase Drive Systems,”
     2008 IEEE-IECON (Industrial Electronics Society Conference ), Orlando, Nov.
     2008.
[25] O. Vodyakho, A. Steimel, D. Hackstein, and T. Kim, “Novel Direct Current-Space-
     Vector Control for Shunt Active Power Filters Based on the Three-Level Inverter,”
     2008 IEEE-APEC (Applied Power Electronics Conference), Austin, Texas, Feb.
     2008.
[26] O. Vodyakho and T. Kim, “Three-Level Inverter Based Active Power Filter for the
     Three-Phase, Four-Wire System,” 2008 IEEE-PESC (Power Electronics Specialist
     Conference), Greece, June. 2008.
[27] S. Kwak and T. Kim, “Design of Matrix Converter Topology and Modulation
     Algorithms with Shorted and Opened Failure Tolerance,” 2008 IEEE-PESC (Power
     Electronics Specialist Conference), Greece, June. 2008.
[28] S. Kwak and T. Kim, “Switched Capacitor Converter based Plasma Display Driver
     with a Bridge-Type Bi-Directional Cell,” International Conference on Computers,
     Communications, and Systems (ICCCS) 2008, Daegu, Korea, Nov. 2008.
[29] T. Kim and S. Kwak, “A 42 V Brushless DC Motor Drive System in Electric and
     Hybrid Electric Vehicles,” International Conference on Computers,
     Communications, and Systems (ICCCS) 2008, Daegu, Korea, Nov. 2008.
[30] O. Vodyakho and T. Kim, “Space Vector Current Control of a Brushless PM
     Machine for Electric Vehicles,” 2007 IEEE-VPPC (IEEE Vehicle Power and
     Propulsion Conference), Arlington, TX, Sep. 2007.
[31] S. Kwak, T. Kim, and O. Vodyakho, “Four-leg based Matrix Converter with Fault
     Resilient Structures and Controls for Electric Vehicle Systems,” 2007 IEEE-VPPC
     (IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference), Arlington, TX, Sep. 2007.
[32] O. Vodyakho and T. Kim, “Space Vector Current Controller for Three-Phase
     Induction Motor Drives,” 2007 IEEE-VPPC (IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion
     Conference), Arlington, TX, Sep. 2007.
[33] T. Kim, H. Lee, L. Parsa, and M. Ehsani, “Optimal Power and Torque Control of a
     Brushless DC (BLDC) Motor/Generator Drive in Electric and Hybrid Electric
     Vehicles,” 2006 IEEE-IAS (Industry Applications Society) Conference, Tampa, FL,
     Oct. 2006.
[34] T. Kim, H. Lee, and M. Ehsani, “High Performance Brushless Permanent Magnet
     Motor/Generator Drives in Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles,” 2006 IEEE-PESC
     (Power Electronics Specialists Conference), Jeju, Korea, June 2006.
[35] L. Parsa and T. Kim, “Reducing Torque Pulsation of Multi-Phase Interior Permanent
     Magnet Motors,” 2006 IEEE-IAS (Industry Applications Society) Conference,
     Tampa, FL, Oct. 2006.
[36] T. Kim, H. Lee, and M. Ehsani, “State of the Art and Future Trends in Position
     Sensorless Brushless DC Motor/Generator Drives,” 2005 IEEE-IECON (Conference
     of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society), vol. 1, pp. 1718-1725, Nov. 2005.
[37] H. Lee, T. Kim, and C. Choi, “A Novel Internal Fault Analysis of a Brushless DC
     Motor Using Winding Function Theory,” 2005 IEEE-IEMDC (International Electric
     Machines and Drives Conference), San Antonio, TX, May 2005.
[38] H. Lee, T. Kim, and M. Ehsani, “Maximum Power Throughput in the Multiphase
     BLDC Generator,” 2004 IEEE-IECON (Conference of the IEEE Industrial
     Electronics Society), Pusan, Korea, Nov. 2004.
[39] H. Lee, T. Kim, and M. Ehsani, “Performance Improvement of the Linear BLDC
     Generator in a Deep Space Explorer,” 2004 IEEE-IECON (Conference of the IEEE
     Industrial Electronics Society), Pusan, Korea, Nov. 2004.
[40] T. Kim, H. Lee, and M. Ehsani, “Advanced Sensorless Drive Technique for
     Multiphase BLDC Motors”, 2004 IEEE-IECON (Conference of the IEEE Industrial
     Electronics Society), Pusan, Korea, Nov. 2004.
[41] T. Kim, B. K. Lee, and M. Ehsani, “Sensorless Control of the BLDC Motors From
     Near Zero to High Speed”, 2003 IEEE-APEC (Applied Power Electronics
     Conference and Exposition) Conference, Miami, FL, Feb. 2003.
[42] T. Kim and M. Ehsani, “An Error Analysis of the Sensorless Position Estimation for
     BLDC Motors”, 2003 IEEE-IAS (Industry Applications Society) Conference, Salt
     Lake City, UT, Oct. 2003.
[43] H. Lee, T. Kim and M. Ehsani, “Power Density Maximization of the Brushless DC
     Generator,” 2003 IEEE-IECON (Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics
     Society), Roanoke, Virginia, Nov. 2003.
[44] B. K. Lee, T. Kim, and M. Ehsani, “On the feasibility of four-switch three-phase
     BLDC motor drives for low cost commercial applications: topology and control,”
     2001 IEEE-APEC (Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition)
     Conference, Anaheim, CA, Mar. 2001.
[45] H. G. Yeo, T. H. Kim, J. B. Park, K. W. Lee, and J. Y. Yoo, “Performance
     Enhancement of a Sensorless Drive for Brushless DC Motors Using Kalman Filter",
     Proc. of ICPE98 (International Conference on Power Electronics), Oct. 1998.
[46] H. G. Yeo, T. H. Kim, J. B. Park, K. W. Lee, and J. Y. Yoo, “"A Commutation
     Strategy for Torque Ripple Reduction of Sensorless Drive for BLDC Motors", KIPE
     (The Korean Institute of Power Electronics) Summer Conference, July 1998.
[47] H. G. Yeo, K. W. Lee, J. B. Park, T. H. Kim, J. Huang, and J. Y. Yoo,
     “"Development of a Sensorless Drive for Brushless DC Motors", KIPE (The Korean
     Institute of Power Electronics) Summer Conference, July 1997.
[48] H. G. Yeo, K. W. Lee, J. B. Park, T. H. Kim, I. H. Lee, and J. Y. Yoo,
     “"Performance Enhancement of a Sensorless Drive for Brushless DC Motors Using a
     Digital Filter", KIPE (The Korean Institute of Power Electronics) Fall Conference,
     Nov. 1997.


8. Invited Lectures
[1] T. Kim, “Electric, Hybrid Electric, and Fuel Cell Vehicles,” Short Course, Daegu
    University, Daegu, South Korea, July 2008.
[2] T. Kim, “High Performance Permanent Magnet Motor Drives: Control and
    Applications,” Seminar on Power Electronics and Motor Drives, POSCON
    Corporation, Seoul, Korea, June 2006.
[3] T. Kim, “Permanent Magnet Motor Drives and Hybrid Power Train Applications,”
    Seminar on Hybrid Electric Vehicles, KRRI (Korea Railroad Research Institute),
    Uiwang, Korea, June 2006.

9. Service Activities
•   Technical Program Co-Chair, IEEE-VPPC (Vehicle Power and Propulsion
    Conference) 2009.
•   Publications Chair, IEEE-VPPC (Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference) 2009.
•   Special Session Chair/Organizer, Fuel Cell Vehicles Session, IEEE-VPPC (Vehicle
    Power and Propulsion Conference) 2009.
•   Topic Chair, Transportation Committee, IEEE-ECCE (Energy Conversion Congress
    and Expo) 2009.
•   Advisory Committee, International Conference on Computers, Communications, and
    Systems, 2008.
•   International Program Committee, IEEE-VPPC (Vehicle Power and Propulsion
    Conference), 2006~present.
•   Session Chair, Inverter III session, IEEE-APEC (Applied Power Electronics
    Conference) 2008, Austin, Texas.
•    Research Board of Advisor, American Biographical Institute (ABI), 2007.
•    Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Power Electronics, April 2008 ~
     Present.
•    Officer, IEEE Southeastern Michigan Chapter, 2006.

    Journal Paper Review:
•    IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics.
•    IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics.
•    IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology.
•    IEE Journal (IET), Electric Power Applications.
•    Journal of Mechatronics.
•    International Journal of Power Electronics.

    Conference Paper Review:
•    IEEE-PESC (Power Electronics Specialist Conference) 2007 Proceedings.
•    IEEE-IECON (Industrial Electronics Society Conference) 2006 Proceedings.
•    IEEE-IAS (Industry Applications Society) 2006 Proceedings.
•    IEEE-VPPC (Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference) 2005 Proceedings.
•    IEEE-IECON (Industrial Electronics Society Conference) 2005 Proceedings.


10. Professional Developments
•    Energy Systems Curriculum Workshop on teaching energy conversion, power
     electronics, and motor drives courses, Napa, CA, Feb. 2008.
•    US Army TACOM, Vetronics Institute annual meeting, Detroit, MI, Jan. 2006.


11. Courses Taught at the UM-D

ECE 415 Power Electronics
ECE 436 Electric Machines and Hybrid Drives
ECE 311 Electronic Circuits I
ECE 210 Electric Circuits
ECE 532 Automotive Sensors & Actuators
ECE 510 Vehicle Electronics I
ECE 515 Vehicle Electronics II

				
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