Zhenhong Lin is a senior R&D staff member at Center for Transportation Analysis of Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Joint Associate Professor of University of Tennessee, Industrial & Systems Engineering. Manager of the Transportation Energy Evolution Modeling (TEEM) program, he is interested in analyzing technologies, strategies and policies that can transform the transportation energy system for societal objectives. Lin received the 2011 DOE Vehicle Technologies Office R&D Award for his work on modeling consumer choices of advanced powertrain technologies. Having authored nearly 20 peer-reviewed articles, Lin has studied electric vehicle market acceptance, range optimization for battery and fuel cell electric vehicles, on-road fuel economy, alternative fuel infrastructure optimization, diesel engine injection control and fuel cell powertrain simulation. Lin is a member of the Alternative Fuels Committee of the Transportation Research Board. He received his PhD in Transportation Engineering in 2008 and MS in Transportation Technology & Policy from University of California, Davis. Before that, Lin obtained his BE/MS in Automotive Engineering from Tsinghua University in Beijing.