Bram Rotthier graduated in 2012 as master in energy engineering at the University College KAHO Sint-Lieven. His master’s thesis, written at Tampere University of Technology in Finland, dealt with the dielectric properties of ceramic coatings. Afterwards he directly joined the E&A research group of KU Leuven, where he started as researcher in a project about home charging of electric vehicles. Currently he is working on the Interreg project SEEV4-City and preparing a PhD in light electric mobility, entitled “Quantification of technical performances, cyclist experience and safety of speed pedelecs for commuter use”. He is connected to the “Scientists for Cyling”-network of the European Cyclists’ Federation.
Typical cruising speed of speed pedelecs and the link with motor power as a result of a Belgian naturalistic cycling study
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