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William Wheeler

Born in 1995 in France, William Wheeler gets his engineering degree in mechatronics from Université de Technologie de Compiègne in 2018. Its experimental project on the topic of electric vehicles is a stepping stone to begin a Ph.D. thesis in the field of electric vehicles batteries. He currently works at the University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 and EVE System. He focuses his research on electric vehicles batteries, aging study and reuse in a second life.


  • 2022-2019, PhD thesis in Electrical Engineering, Claude Bernard University Lyon 1, Ampère Laboratory, LEPMI, EVE System, "Eligibility of lithium-ion battery cells from electric vehicles for second life reuse."
  • 2018, Engineering degree from the University of Technology of Compiègne in Mechanical Engineering: Mechatronics, Actuators, Robotisation and Systems
  • 2015, University Diploma of Technology from the University of Lyon 1: Mechanical and Production Engineering
  • 2013, Baccalauréat Général, sciences, with the mention "engineering sciences"


  • 2023-2022, Associate lecturer / Instructor at Lyon 1 University
  • 2022-2019, Teaching assistant, Lyon 1 University 
  • 2018, Engineering school graduation project, "Power converters for the integration of renewable energy in future grids", SUPERGRID institute SAS
  • 2016, R&D engineer assistant internship, Design of new products and automation, SAFIR.

Piotr Dworakowski   

Conference papers1 document

  • William Wheeler, Jose Maneiro, Pierre Le Métayer, Piotr Dworakowski. Convertisseur DC-DC pour la connexion HVDC d’un parc éolien offshore. Symposium de Génie Electrique ( SGE 2021 ), Jul 2021, Nantes, France. ⟨hal-03288801⟩