Aymeric Rousseau

Aymeric Rousseau

Manager, Systems Modeling and Control Section
- Energy Systems

Aymeric Rousseau manages the Vehicle Modeling and Control Section at Argonne National Laboratory.  He received his engineering degree at the Industrial System Engineering School in La Rochelle, France, in 1997. He then worked for PSA Peugeot in the Hybrid Electric Vehicle research department and joined Argonne in 1999.

While at Argonne, Rousseau has been responsible for the development of the Powertrain Systems Analysis Toolkit (PSAT). Since 2006, he has led the development of a new Plug&Play software architecture called Autonomie. Argonne developed Autonomie in collaboration with General Motors to accelerate the development and introduction of advanced technologies for fuel consumption improvements.

Awards, Honors and Memberships

  • Argonne Distinguished Performance Award, 2011
  • Argonne Pacesetter Award, 2011
  • U.S. DOE Vehicle Technologies Program R&D Award, 2010
  • Federal Laboratory Consortium Award, 2007
  • Argonne Pacesetter Award, 2007
  • R&D 100 Award for PSAT, 2004

Publications and Patents

  • Patent US2010/0082303 — XML Argonne Modeling Descriptor Specification
  • A. Moawad, P. Sharer, and A. Rousseau, “Potential of Technologies for Displacing Gasoline Consumption by Light-Duty Vehicles through 2045,” ANL Report ANL-ESD-11-4, June 2011
  • National Academies Press, “Technologies and Approaches to Reducing the Fuel Consumption of Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicles,” ISBN 978-0-309-14982-2, 2010
  • N. Kim and A. Rousseau, “Sufficient Conditions of Optimal Control Based on Pontryagin’s Minimum Principle for use in Hybrid Electric Vehicles," IMechE Part D: J. Automobile Engineering, vol. 226, no. 9, September 2012, p. 1160–1170
  • A. Moawad, N. Kim, and A. Rousseau, “Impact of Technology on Electric Drive Fuel Consumption and Cost,” SAE 2012-01-1011, SAE World Congress, Detroit, April 2012
  • N. Kim, A. Rousseau, and E. Rask, “Vehicle-Level Control Analysis of 2010 Toyota Prius Based on Test Data,” Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part D: Journal of Automobile Engineering Volume 226 Issue 11, November 2012
  • A. Moawad and A. Rousseau, “Impact of Vehicle Performance on Cost-Effective Way to Meet CAFE 2017-2025,” VPPC 2011, Chicago, September 2011
  • R. Vijayagopal, J. Kwon, A. Rousseau, and P. Maloney (MathWorks), “Maximizing Net Present Value of a Series PHEV by Optimizing Battery Size and Control,” SAE 2010-01-0037, SAE Convergence, Detroit, November 2010 (also published in SAE International Journal of Passenger Cars – Electronic and Electrical, December 2010 Issue)
  • L. Michaels, S. Pagerit, A. Rousseau, P. Sharer, S. Halbach, and R. Vijayagopal, “Model-Based Systems Engineering and Control System Development via Virtual Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation,” SAE 2010-01-2325, SAE Convergence, Detroit, November 2010
  • S. Halbach, P. Sharer, S. Pagerit, C. Folkerts, and A. Rousseau, “Model Architecture, Methods, and Interfaces for Efficient Math Based Design and Simulation of Automotive Control Systems,” SAE 2010-01-0241, SAE World Congress, Detroit, April 2010
  • J. Ward, A. Moawad, N. Kim, and A. Rousseau, “Light-duty Vehicle Fuel Consumption, Cost and Market Penetration Potential by 2020,” EVS26, Los Angeles, May 2012
  • D. Lee, Suk Won Cha, A. Rousseau, N. Kim, and D. Karbowski, “Optimal Control Strategy for PHEVs using Prediction of Future Driving Schedule,” EVS26, Los Angeles, May 2012
  • A. Da Costa, N. Kim, F. Le Berr, N. Marc, F. Badin, and A. Rousseau, “Fuel Consumption Potential of Different Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle Architectures in the European and American Contexts,” EVS26, Los Angeles, May 2012
  • A. Rousseau, P. Sharer, and S. Halbach, “Using Modeling and Simulation to Support Future Medium and Heavy-Duty Regulations,” EVS25, Shenzhen, China, November 2010