Michael Pamminger

  • Research Assistant Professor

Education

Ph.D. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology, 2021
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Graz University of Technology, 2014
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Graz University of Technology, 2012

Research Interests

Vehicle dynamics, controls and estimation
Vehicle-centric data collection and analysis
Connected vehicle systems and intelligent mobility

Publications

Pamminger M., Hall C. M., Wallner T. (2021). Model Predictive Combustion Control of a Gasoline Compression Ignition Engine, Control Engineering Practice (forthcoming).

Pamminger M., Hall C. M., Wallner T. (2020). Reduced Order Modeling of Engine Transients for Gasoline Compression Ignition Combustion Control. SAE International Journal of Advances and Current Practices in Mobility 3 (1), 49-60.

Pamminger M., Hall C. M., Wang B., Wallner T. (2020). A control-oriented combustion model framework for compression ignition engines operating on low-reactivity fuel. International Journal of Engine Research 22 (6), 1924-1938.

Pamminger M., Wang B., Hall C. M., Vojtech R., Wallner T. (2019). The impact of water injection and exhaust gas recirculation on combustion and emissions in a heavy-duty compression ignition engine operated on diesel and gasoline . International Journal of Engine Research 21 (8), 1555-1573.

Pamminger M., Wang B., Hall C. M., Rajkumar M., Wallner T. (2019). Zero-dimensional heat release modeling framework for gasoline compression-ignition engines with multiple injection events. SAE Technical Paper 2019-24-0083.

Pamminger M., Hall C. M., Wang B., Wallner T., Rajkumar M. (2019). A framework for heat release predictions in compression ignition engines with multiple injection events. IEEE Conference on Control Technology and Applications (CCTA), 406-411.

Expertise

Engine combustion research
Dynamics and controls