NU SEDS Professor Mehdi Bagheri unveiled cutting-edge Wireless Power Transfer Technology for Electric Vehicles at Volvo's Research Center in Sweden

On December 5, 2023, Professor Mehdi Bagheri, Chair of NU SEDS's Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, collaborated with Skövde University in Sweden to share his expertise on Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) for electric vehicles (EVs) during a guest lecture at the ASSAR Industrial Innovation Arena. This event marked a pivotal moment in the automotive industry, shedding light on futuristic solutions for electric mobility.

During the seminar at the VOLVO Research Center, Professor Mehdi Bagheri presented cutting-edge advancements in Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) technology. The seminar was attended by representatives from VOLVO Cars, VOLVO Truck, VOLVO GTO, and Aurobay. It aimed to bridge the gap between academia and industry, fostering collaboration to accelerate the global adoption of EVs. Prof. Bagheri's presentation delved into the potential of wireless charging systems for electric vehicles, eliminating the need for physical connections and revolutionizing the charging experience. His research promises to redefine the landscape of electric mobility, addressing key challenges and paving the way for a more sustainable future.

Professor Bagheri showcased how WPT technology enhances the convenience and efficiency of EV charging, making it a viable option for widespread implementation. As the automotive industry undergoes a paradigm shift towards sustainable practices, WPT is poised to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of transportation.

The ASSAR Industrial Innovation Arena, established by Science Park Skövde AB, University of Skövde, IDC West Sweden AB, Volvo Car Corporation, and the Volvo Group in March 2018, operates as a platform facilitating the exchange of knowledge among national and international companies, universities, and research institutes. Its overarching objective is to create a globally eminent integrated physical and virtual development environment. This environment fosters research, technological development, innovation, and education, aiming to establish a leading position in these domains.

Stay updated on further developments in this transformative collaboration as Professor Mehdi Bagheri continues to drive progress in Wireless Power Transfer technology, contributing to a more sustainable and interconnected future.