dr. (P.A.) Bram Veenhuizen
Bram Veenhuizen is leading lector Technology and Life Sciences and professor of HAN Automotive Research.
He connects various disciplines such as battery technology, drive technology, power electronics and control engineering to develop complex powertrain systems using model-based designs.
His research group also develops control software for powertrains.
Bram Veenhuizen Career
- 1988 – 1994 SKF Engineering and Research Centre; project manager, senior engineer
1994 – 2002 van Doorne’s Transmissie bv, Tilburg,project manager, group leader, senior engineer
2002 – 2005 Technische Universiteit Eindhoven,
Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
2005 HAN University of Applied Science, Professor in Vehicle Mechatronics
- 1978-1984 MSc. in experimental Physics, Free University of Amsterdam. Thesis: “Lattice expansion of metal-hydrogen systems.” Experimental and theoretical research on the thermodynamic behavior of metal hydrogen systems.
- 1984-1988 PhD University of Amsterdam. Thesis work on “Electronic properties of some Ce- and U compounds”
Links to projects and researches
Research Group :
Automotive Design and Technolgy
EV (Electric Vehicles): Design
EV (Electric Vehicles): Dynamic Charging (Grid Integration)
Multi-Level ICT Control