Mattia Ricco

Mattia Ricco

Università degli Studi di Bologna

H-index: 17

Europe-Italy

About Mattia Ricco

Mattia Ricco, With an exceptional h-index of 17 and a recent h-index of 15 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Università degli Studi di Bologna, specializes in the field of Power Electronics, EV Chargers, Modular Multilevel Converters, Battery Management Systems, Renewable Energy.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

High-Precision Model for Accurate Simulation of Trolleybus Grids: Case Study of Bologna

Flexible and efficient switched string converter

Development of a high-precision and flexible model for accurate simulation of trolleybus grids

EERA, 2023, EERA policy analysis-Securing sustainable critical raw material supply for clean energy in Europe.

Interleaved Half-Bridge Submodules with Sensorless Leg Current Balancing in Modular Multilevel Converters

Electric Vehicle Charging Hub Power Forecasting: A Statistical and Machine Learning Based Approach

FPGA-based control for power electronics applications

Current balancing control for interleaved half-bridge submodules in modular multilevel converters

Mattia Ricco Information

University

Università degli Studi di Bologna

Position

Assistant Professor -

Citations(all)

1698

Citations(since 2020)

1530

Cited By

613

hIndex(all)

17

hIndex(since 2020)

15

i10Index(all)

34

i10Index(since 2020)

29

Email

University Profile Page

Università degli Studi di Bologna

Mattia Ricco Skills & Research Interests

Power Electronics

EV Chargers

Modular Multilevel Converters

Battery Management Systems

Renewable Energy

Top articles of Mattia Ricco

High-Precision Model for Accurate Simulation of Trolleybus Grids: Case Study of Bologna

Authors

Riccardo Barbone,Riccardo Mandrioli,Rudolf FP Paternost,Mattia Ricco,Gabriele Grandi

Published Date

2023/6/14

The integration of renewable sources to catenary-powered electric traction systems is a paramount step to satisfy sustainability and smart city objectives, albeit necessitating accurate simulations of the infrastructure. This paper presents an innovative trolleybus network simulator, characterised by the modularity of the catenary model and built on an intuitive graphical user interface that offers significant topological change flexibility. The model is distinguished by high precision and moderate processing effort, bridging the gaps of existing block-based simulation tools. A graphical analysis of the voltage distribution evaluated in a section of Bologna’s trolleybus network shows the advances in precision of the proposed model.

Flexible and efficient switched string converter

Published Date

2023/1/24

H02M—APPARATUS FOR CONVERSION BETWEEN AC AND AC, BETWEEN AC AND DC, OR BETWEEN DC AND DC, AND FOR USE WITH MAINS OR SIMILAR POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS; CONVERSION OF DC OR AC INPUT POWER INTO SURGE OUTPUT POWER; CONTROL OR REGULATION THEREOF

Development of a high-precision and flexible model for accurate simulation of trolleybus grids

Authors

Riccardo Barbone,Riccardo Mandrioli,Mattia Ricco,Gabriele Grandi

Journal

IEEE Access

Published Date

2023/4/6

The reduction of climate-changing emissions is vital, particularly in urban areas. To achieve this goal, the decarbonization of the transport sector is decisive. Trolleybus systems represent a solution towards sustainability as long as the integration of the electrical infrastructure with renewable sources as well as the introduction of full-electric fleets are actualized. To ensure a smart electrical transition the circuit modelling phase is crucial and must enable the most accurate simulations possible. The modularity of the catenary model and a versatile graphical user interface, which allows extensive topological change flexibility, distinguish the novel trolleybus network simulator presented in this study. The model completes the gaps left by earlier block-based simulation tools with its high precision and low processing effort. The suggested model’s enhancement in precision is evidenced by a graphical study of the voltage …

EERA, 2023, EERA policy analysis-Securing sustainable critical raw material supply for clean energy in Europe.

Authors

Rosita Zilli,Jeanne André,Sara Bellucci,Linda Barelli,Giampaolo Campana,Giovanni De Carne,Monica Fabrizio,Myriam E Gil Bardají,Ivan Gordon,Marc Hiller,Holger Ihssen,Ivona Kafedjiska,Jari Kivihao,Ignacio Martí,Antonio Morandi,Stefano Passerini,Witold-Roger Poganietz,Mattia Ricco,Michael Suriya,Adel El Gammal

Published Date

2023

The European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) was established 15 years ago as the formal research pillar of the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan). Its mission is to catalyse European energy research for a climate-neutral society by 2050, aligning seamlessly with the EU’s long-term climate goals. By coordinating the efforts of about 250 leading energy research organisations across 30 countries, EERA provides the EU with world-class scientific expertise in low-carbon energy technologies and advises the EU on the best energy transition strategies. In consonance with this mission, the current report analyses the strategic significance of critical raw material (CRM) security of supply within the context of Europe’s clean energy transition (CET). Europe’s journey towards climate neutrality critically hinges upon the massive deployment of low-carbon technologies, which is expected to generate a dramatic increase in CRM usage. These materials are pivotal in most low-carbon technologies, such as PV modules, wind turbines, batteries and electrolysers, to name but a few. Against this backdrop, one central concern revolves around Europe’s profound import dependency on these critical materials, which inherently constitutes a major vulnerability with respect to the execution of the CET. The race against climate change is known to be paralleled by a race for industrial domination of the clean technology sector. This report is of particular significance at a time of profound reshuffling of the post-Cold War geopolitical order, evidenced by extreme international tensions, the emergence of unexpected new regional political alliances and …

Interleaved Half-Bridge Submodules with Sensorless Leg Current Balancing in Modular Multilevel Converters

Authors

Aleksandr Viatkin,Mattia Ricco,Riccardo Mandrioli,Tamas Kerekes,Remus Teodorescu,Gabriele Grandi

Journal

Authorea Preprints

Published Date

2023/11/8

A new state observer-based current balancing method for Modular Multilevel Converters with Interleaved half-bridge Sub-Modules (ISM-MMC) is presented in this paper. The developed observer allows estimating currents through interleaved half-bridge legs in each submodule of ISM-MMC basing only on arm current and submodule’s capacitor voltage measurements. Then, the interleaved current balancing control uses the estimated currents to reduce the interleaved currents imbalance caused by upstream control actions. This technique minimizes the number of required current sensors in ISM-MMC, thereby reducing the converter’s cost, weight, and volume. Capabilities of the proposed interleaved currents sensorless balancing control has been tested against standard parameter tolerances of the composing passive elements. The feasibility of the proposed method is verified by extensive simulation and experimental tests.

Electric Vehicle Charging Hub Power Forecasting: A Statistical and Machine Learning Based Approach

Authors

Francesco Lo Franco,Mattia Ricco,Vincenzo Cirimele,Valerio Apicella,Benedetto Carambia,Gabriele Grandi

Journal

Energies

Published Date

2023/2/20

Electric vehicles (EVs) penetration growth is essential to reduce transportation-related local pollutants. Most countries are witnessing a rapid development of the necessary charging infrastructure and a consequent increase in EV energy demand. In this context, power demand forecasting is an essential tool for planning and integrating EV charging as much as possible with the electric grid, renewable sources, storage systems, and their management systems. However, this forecasting is still challenging due to several reasons: the still not statistically significant number of circulating EVs, the different users’ behavior based on the car parking scenario, the strong heterogeneity of both charging infrastructure and EV population, and the uncertainty about the initial state of charge (SOC) distribution at the beginning of the charge. This paper aims to provide a forecasting method that considers all the main factors that may affect each charging event. The users’ behavior in different urban scenarios is predicted through their statistical pattern. A similar approach is used to forecast the EV’s initial SOC. A machine learning approach is adopted to develop a battery-charging behavioral model that takes into account the different EV model charging profiles. The final algorithm combines the different approaches providing a forecasting of the power absorbed by each single charging session and the total power absorbed by charging hubs. The algorithm is applied to different parking scenarios and the results highlight the strong difference in power demand among the different analyzed cases.

FPGA-based control for power electronics applications

Authors

Eric Monmasson,ID-KHAJINE Lahoucine,Meriem Merai,Mohamed Wissem Naouar,Mattia Ricco

Journal

Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronic Power Engineering

Published Date

2023

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Current balancing control for interleaved half-bridge submodules in modular multilevel converters

Authors

Aleksandr Viatkin,Mattia Ricco,Riccardo Mandrioli,Tamas Kerekes,Remus Teodorescu,Gabriele Grandi

Journal

Authorea Preprints

Published Date

2023/10/30

This paper presents a closed-loop current balancing control for Modular Multilevel Converters with Interleaved half-bridge Sub-Modules (ISM-MMC). The new control loop solves the well-known problem of proper current balancing among interleaved half-bridge legs in each ISM-MMC submodule while preserving a simple and reliable structure. In addition to that, a novel capacitor voltage balancing strategy for MMCs is developed. The new algorithm contains main advantages of the classical capacitor voltage balancing methods while provides an opportunity to decouple two balancing tasks of ISM-MMC, namely capacitor voltage and interleaved legs current balancing. The proposed control methods feature good dynamic performance and are compliant with a digital processor’s operational constraints. The effectiveness of the new balancing methods was verified during extensive numerical simulations and experimental tests on a laboratory prototype by the corresponding system response under the input/output characteristics variation and interleaved current control perturbation.

A Generalized Approach for Determining the Current Ripple RMS in Four-Leg Inverters with the Neutral Inductor

Authors

Riccardo Mandrioli,Francesco Lo Franco,Mattia Ricco,Gabriele Grandi

Journal

Energies

Published Date

2023/1

This manuscript proposes a novel approach for determining phase and neutral-current-ripple RMS in grid-connected four-leg inverters with the neutral inductor. The harmonic pollution is determined for any arbitrary pulse width modulation (PWM) technique and a generic value of the neutral inductor. Thanks to the proposed approach, it is possible to describe the neutral inductor in a parametric way with respect to phase inductors and obtain a wide range of results, ranging from a direct neutral connection (no neutral inductor) to a conventional three-phase inverter (no fourth wire) for any value of modulation index and common mode injection. The results permit one to compare different design choices in multiple scenarios effectively. The findings were validated by numerical simulations and experimental tests employing the most popular PWM techniques, such as space vector PWM (SVPWM) and discontinuous PWM (DPWM).

Insights on DAB Converter with Auxiliary Inductors

Authors

Lohith Kumar Pittala,Riccardo Barbone,Riccardo Mandrioli,Vincenzo Cirimele,Mattia Ricco,Gabriele Grandi

Published Date

2023/6/27

Dual-active-bridge (DAB) converters have gained popularity primarily owing to their appealing features for electric vehicle (EV) charging and smart-grid applications. One among them is soft-switching commutation that comes inherently with the device control techniques. However, DAB converters lose the zero-voltage-switching (ZVS) commutation on either bridge for large output voltage variation, especially under light-load conditions. In this context, this paper provides insights into the behavior of the auxiliary inductor-based DAB converter in terms of ZVS operations. The integration of auxiliary inductors makes it paramount to study the RMS currents through the power switches to gain awareness about the effects on the converter performance. A graphical analysis proved useful in this direction. Finally, simulations are carried out over various operating conditions to validate the analytical developments.

Probabilistic Approach for the Study of Neutral Current Ripple in Split-Capacitor Inverters

Authors

Riccardo Mandrioli,Lohith Kumar Pittala,Vincenzo Cirimele,Mattia Ricco,Gabriele Grandi

Published Date

2023/6/14

This paper presents a novel approach based on random variable algebra to study the neutral current ripple in three-phase four-wire split-capacitor inverters. The proposed method provides a more intuitive way of understanding and quantifying current ripple cancellations occurring on the neutral wire. Furthermore, thanks to its more straightforward approach, the extension over the whole modulation index range of neutral current ripple RMS in the case of interleaved PWM is presented. Finally, a comprehensive analysis of the neutral current ripple RMS in the case of unevenly displaced PWM carriers is also discussed. All the developments are validated by employing numerical results tested over various operating conditions.

A Novel MIMO Control for Interleaved Buck Converters in EV DC Fast Charging Applications

Authors

Lorenzo Ntogramatzidis,Stefania Cuoghi,Mattia Ricco,Riccardo Mandrioli,Gabriele Grandi

Journal

IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology

Published Date

2023/1/24

This brief proposes a new multiple input multiple output (MIMO) control for off-board electric vehicle (EV) dc fast chargers. The proposed feedback matrix design avoids multiple tuning of controllers in multiple and interconnected loops while improving the performance of interleaved dc buck converters over classical PI/PID controls. The innovative features of the presented strategy are the reference current monotonic tracking from any initial state of charge with an arbitrarily fast settling time and the fast compensation of both load variations and imbalances among the legs. Numerical results validate the performance improvements of the proposed discrete-time MIMO algorithm for interleaved buck converters over classical PI/PID controls. Full-scale hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) and scaled-down prototype experimental results prove the feasibility and effectiveness of the proposal.

Modelling trolleybus networks: a critical review

Authors

Riccardo Barbone,Riccardo Mandrioli,Mattia Ricco,Rudolf FP Paternost,Vincenzo Cirimele,Gabriele Grandi

Published Date

2022/6/22

The trolleybus system is already part of the urban environment of several metropolitan cities. In view of the emergence of smart cities, it appears reasonable to look at how the trolleybus grid can become a more active part of the urban’s electricity network. However, the infrastructure design approaches adopted so far make the current trolleybus networks overdesigned to handle the improbable worst-traffic case scenarios. Consequently, the trolleybus electrical supply system is both underutilized and oversized. Through modeling, simulations, and a cluster of measured trolleybus and corresponding network data, various new functionalities may be explored, among which electric vehicle chargers and energization of auxiliary equipment, towards a more sustainable and smart trolleybus grid. This paper merges the authors’ engineering knowledge and sources available in the literature on designing and modelling …

Sensorless current balancing control for interleaved half-bridge submodules in modular multilevel converters

Authors

Aleksandr Viatkin,Mattia Ricco,Riccardo Mandrioli,Tamas Kerekes,Remus Teodorescu,Gabriele Grandi

Journal

IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics

Published Date

2023

A new state-observer-based current balancing method for Modular Multilevel Converters with Interleaved half-bridge Sub-Modules (ISM-MMC) is presented in this article. The developed observer allows estimating currents through interleaved half-bridge legs in each submodule of ISM-MMC based only on arm current and submodule's capacitor voltage measurements. Then, the interleaved current balancing control uses the estimated currents to reduce the interleaved currents imbalance caused by upstream control actions. This technique minimizes the number of required current sensors in ISM-MMC, thereby reducing the converter's cost, weight, and volume. Capabilities of the proposed sensorless interleaved currents balancing control have been tested against standard parameter tolerances of the composing passive elements. In addition to that, a novel capacitor voltage balancing strategy for MMCs is …

Smart charging for electric car-sharing fleets based on charging duration forecasting and planning

Authors

Francesco Lo Franco,Vincenzo Cirimele,Mattia Ricco,Vitor Monteiro,Joao L Afonso,Gabriele Grandi

Published Date

2022

Electric car-sharing (ECS) is an increasingly popular service in many European cities. The management of an ECS fleet is more complex than its thermal engine counterpart due to the longer” refueling “time and the limited autonomy of the vehicles. To ensure adequate autonomy, the ECS provider needs high-capacity charging hubs located in urban areas where available peak power is often limited by the system power rating. Lastly, electric vehicle (EV) charging is typically entrusted to operators who retrieve discharged EVs in the city and connect them to the charging hub. The timing of the whole charging process may strongly differ among the vehicles due to their different states of charge on arrival at the hub. This makes it difficult to plan the charging events and leads to non-optimal exploitation of charging points. This paper provides a smart charging (SC) method that aims to support the ECS operators’ activity by optimizing the charging points’ utilization. The proposed SC promotes charging duration management by differently allocating powers among vehicles as a function of their state of charge and the desired end-of-charge time. The proposed method has been evaluated by considering a real case study. The results showed the ability to decrease charging points downtime by 71.5% on average with better exploitation of the available contracted power and an increase of 18.8% in the average number of EVs processed per day.

Impact of a stationary energy storage system in a dc trolleybus network

Authors

Rudolf FP Paternost,Riccardo Mandrioli,Riccardo Barbone,Vincenzo Cirimele,Jelena Loncarski,Mattia Ricco

Published Date

2022/6/15

In the context of urban transportation electrification, trolleybus systems can be modernized by using vehicles based on the so-called In-Motion-Charging (IMC) technology. The current required by IMC vehicles is higher than traditional trolleybuses because, in addition to traction, they must also absorb the current needed to recharge the batteries on board. With the aim of reducing voltage drops in trolleybus networks even in case of high-power demands, the impacts of the inclusion of a mid-line stationary energy storage system to maintain a high voltage level and to reduce the network energy losses are analyzed in this paper. This work consists of the development of Monte Carlo-based simulations to treat as random variables the initial positions of the trolleybuses in the DC catenary system and their respective current draws. A current absorption profile of the IMC trolleybus has been used in conjunction with a …

A novel modular multilevel converter based on interleaved half-bridge submodules

Authors

Aleksandr Viatkin,Mattia Ricco,Riccardo Mandrioli,Tamas Kerekes,Remus Teodorescu,Gabriele Grandi

Journal

IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics

Published Date

2023

A new Modular Multilevel Converter with Interleaved half-bridge Sub-Modules (ISM-MMC) is proposed in this article. The ISM-MMC exhibits higher modularity and scalability in terms of current ratings with respect to a conventional MMC while preserving the typical voltage-level adaptiveness. The ISM-MMC brings the known advantages of classical MMC to low-voltage, high-current applications making it a novel candidate for the sector of ultrafast chargers for all types of electric vehicles (EVs). This advanced topology makes it possible to easily reach the charging power of the EV charging system up to 4.5 MW and beyond with a low-voltage supply. To operate the new converter, a hybrid modulation scheme that helps to exploit the advantages of the interleaving scheme is implemented and explained in this article. It has been verified that the typical MMC control methods are still applicable for ISM-MMC. A …

Catenary-powered electric traction network modeling: A data-driven analysis for trolleybus system simulation

Authors

Rudolf Francesco Paternost,Riccardo Mandrioli,Riccardo Barbone,Mattia Ricco,Vincenzo Cirimele,Gabriele Grandi

Journal

World Electric Vehicle Journal

Published Date

2022/9

In the context of smart cities, direct current overhead contact lines, usually adopted to power urban transportation systems such as trolleybuses, tramways, metros, and railways, can serve as a backbone to connect different modern emerging technologies. Among these, in-motion charging (IMC) trolleybuses with on-board batteries are expected to be very impactful on the DC network’s power flow and may require specific voltage and current control. These factors motivate the development of a simulation tool able to emulate these devices’ absorption and their effect on the supply infrastructure. The main innovative value of the work is to improve a simulation model of a trolleybus grid through a data-driven approach by using measurements of voltage and current output from a traction substation. The measurements are essential for understanding the behavior of vehicle weight variation throughout the day. Thanks to this information, a characterization of the current draw by conventional trolleybuses and IMC trolleybuses is then provided for each trolleybus route in a specific power section of the Bologna trolleybus system. By integrating the variation in vehicle weight within the model, a simulation of a possible daily operation of a trolleybus feeding section has been performed, obtaining a 7% error between the daily energy calculated from the simulation and that obtained through measurements. This analysis demonstrates the feasibility of the adopted simulation tool, which can also be used to evaluate additional hypothetical trolleybus operation scenarios. One of these possible scenarios considers IMC vehicles, and it is also evaluated in this paper.

Electric Mobility in Smart Grids

Authors

Vitor Monteiro,Joao L Afonso,Mattia Ricco,Luis FC Monteiro,Gabriele Grandi

Journal

Frontiers in Energy Research

Published Date

2022/5/3

The synergetic cooperation between electric mobility and smart grids will encourage collaborative engagement by different players in the energy market, offering sophisticated management and control approaches. Therefore, new advances and innovative technologies toward such cooperation are of preeminent importance. To ensure excellent power grid performance and stability considering the scope of different solutions of electric mobility in the context of smart grids, power quality aspects must also be considered. For this purpose, the introduction of innovative technologies of renewable energy systems and energy storage systems are seen as fundamental to encourage and facilitate the spread of electric mobility and smart grids. Furthermore, based on collaborative and concerted operation, it is possible to accomplish environmental targets and accommodate electricity demand.Considering scientific and industrial evaluations, principally in the last few decades, the technologies linked with electric vehicles (EVs) have attained significant importance and, nowadays, several research studies are directly related to technologies for EVs. Moreover, for the coming decades, it is expected that EVs will be even more necessary to transform the actual scenario of the transportation sector. It would lead to extending the natural advantages of electric mobility (eg, reducing greenhouse gas emissions), also to the full and intensive participation of the end user and in the perception of the electrical grid, where the opportunity of contribution with advanced operation modes for ancillary services is of the utmost importance. This perspective is even more …

Guest editorial: Energy storage in smart grids

Authors

Mattia Ricco,Jelena Loncarski,Vítor Duarte Fernandes Monteiro

Published Date

2022

Energy storage systems and smart grids cooperation is now crucial and will encourage collaborative engagement by different players in the energy market, offering sophisticated management and control approaches. Therefore, new advances and innovative solutions for such cooperation are of preeminent importance. Moreover, electric mobility should also be considered in this scenario. Electric vehicles (EVs) can be seen as distributed energy storage systems that generally need to be charged but, in some cases, can be adopted to support the grid thanks to vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and vehicle-for-grid (V4G) modes, offering advantages of controlled operation with active or reactive power. So, energy storage systems can be distinguished into aggregated and distributed structures, and they can be based on different technologies, such as batteries, fuel-cells, and super-capacitors. Furthermore, the integration of new renewable energy solutions with energy storage systems in smart grids should also be promoted. Power and energy management are crucial for the upcoming challenges and novel opportunities in smart grids. In line with this trend, this Special Issue aims to present further research on and developments in energy storage systems in smart grids, including power electronics converters, novel modulation schemes, energy and power management strategies, advanced battery packs and Battery Management Systems (BMSs). Novel renewable energy solutions are also of interest, as well as their cooperative and strategic integration with storage and EV chargers. Advanced EV services, such as V2G and V4G in the perspective of …

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What is Mattia Ricco's h-index at Università degli Studi di Bologna?

The h-index of Mattia Ricco has been 15 since 2020 and 17 in total.

What are Mattia Ricco's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

High-Precision Model for Accurate Simulation of Trolleybus Grids: Case Study of Bologna

Flexible and efficient switched string converter

Development of a high-precision and flexible model for accurate simulation of trolleybus grids

EERA, 2023, EERA policy analysis-Securing sustainable critical raw material supply for clean energy in Europe.

Interleaved Half-Bridge Submodules with Sensorless Leg Current Balancing in Modular Multilevel Converters

Electric Vehicle Charging Hub Power Forecasting: A Statistical and Machine Learning Based Approach

FPGA-based control for power electronics applications

Current balancing control for interleaved half-bridge submodules in modular multilevel converters

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are the top articles of Mattia Ricco at Università degli Studi di Bologna.

What are Mattia Ricco's research interests?

The research interests of Mattia Ricco are: Power Electronics, EV Chargers, Modular Multilevel Converters, Battery Management Systems, Renewable Energy

What is Mattia Ricco's total number of citations?

Mattia Ricco has 1,698 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Mattia Ricco?

The co-authors of Mattia Ricco are Remus Teodorescu, Daniel Stroe, Giovanni Spagnuolo, Dezso Sera, Tamás Kerekes, Gabriele Grandi.

    Co-Authors

    H-index: 104
    Remus Teodorescu

    Remus Teodorescu

    Aalborg Universitet

    H-index: 49
    Daniel Stroe

    Daniel Stroe

    Aalborg Universitet

    H-index: 47
    Giovanni Spagnuolo

    Giovanni Spagnuolo

    Università degli Studi di Salerno

    H-index: 44
    Dezso Sera

    Dezso Sera

    Queensland University of Technology

    H-index: 42
    Tamás Kerekes

    Tamás Kerekes

    Aalborg Universitet

    H-index: 40
    Gabriele Grandi

    Gabriele Grandi

    Università degli Studi di Bologna

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