Federico Celletti was born in Rome,Italy 1986. He received the B.Sc in Control Systems Engineering from the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” in 2009. On April 2012 he received M.Sc in Control Systems Engineering at the same university with a master thesis on dynamic torque allocation for parallel hybrid electric vehicles improving the drivability as main control problem. His interests range from studying properties of linear and nonlinear control systems through flight mechanics. Currently he works as a Flight Control Engineer on a top tier flight program.
Master’s thesis results:
Trip-based SOC management for a plugin hybrid electric vehicle
Trip-based control strategy for simple and efficient use of plugin hybrid electric vehicles