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Europe: European Electric Vehicle Congress program on line – over 130 presentations

Detailed program
Wednesday 26th October 2011
8.00 – Registration & Welcome Coffee
9.30 – Opening session

Welcome Word
Benoit Cerexhe, Minister of Economy and Research of the Brussels Regio
EEVC’s Mission and Goal
Frédéric Vergels, organizer of EEVC and President of
The European Challenge
Geoghan Quinn (tbc.), European Commissioner in Charge of Research and
Neelie Kroes (tbc.), European Commissioner in Charge of Information and Society
The European Commission’s Action Plan
Frédéric Sgarbi, Head of sector – Innovative Automotive Systems at RTD
Franz-Xaver Soeldner – Deputy head of unit Clean Transport and
Sustainable Urban Mobility at DG Move
Philippe Jean (tbc.), Head of Unit, Industrial Innovation and Mobility
Industries at DG Enterprise and Industry
11.00 – Coffee Break
11.30 – Opening session (cont.)
The European Citizen Feeling
Member of the EU Parliament (speaker to be appointed)
A Bottom-up European Approach
Representative of the Committee of the Regions (speaker to be appointed)
The Car Industry’s Vision
Petr Dolejsi, Director Mobility & Sustainable Transport at ACEA
The Battery Issue
Alfons Westgeest, Secretary General of EUROBAT
The Electricity Suppliers’ Vision
Hans Ten Berghe, Secretary General of EURELECTRIC
What’s Possible at R&D Level?
Magit Noll, EARPA
Setting the Scene
Joeri van Mierlo, Professor at VUB and Chairman of the EEVC Scientific Reviewing
13.00 – Lunch
14.30 – EU Strategies and Tools for Clean Transport:
EU Commission, the PPP Green Car Initiative
Augusto de Albuquerque, European Commission DG INFSO
EGCI Adhoc Advisory Board & ERTRAC,
Wolfgang Steiger, Volkswagen AG
EPPoSS – The European Technology Platform on Smart Systems Integration
Wolfgang Gessner, VDI-VDE
The CAPIRE Project
Gonzalo Hennequet, Renault
The ICT4FEV Project
Gereon Meyer, VDI-VDE
16.00 – Coffee Break
16.30 – Market & Technology Overview: point of view and vision
HEV, PHEV and EV Market 2010-2020 – Impact on the Battery Business
Christophe Pillot, Avicenne Energy
EV’s in a Belgian Multimodal Demonstration Project
Denys Tobias, BMW Group
BYD Green City Solution
Yongping Chen, BYD Europe BV
Energy Consumption and Green-house-gas Emissions of Electrified Vehicles – a Well-to-wheels Analysis
Joërg Wind, Daimler
OEM’s Electrical Vehicle Strategies: Risk Assessment
Oriol Saperas, Automotive Intelligence Center Fundazioa
Toyota’s Vision
Akihito Tanke, Toyota Motor Europe
Electricity Demand Prediction for Electric Vehicles
Hélène Le Cadre, CEA
18.00 – Welcome Reception
Thursday 27th October 2011
8.00 – Registration & Welcome Coffee
8.30 – Parallel sessions:
1A: Markets for New Technology
1B: Good Practices
1C: Vehicle Design & “Electromobility” Systems
1A – Markets for New Technology
Vehicle integration of Advanced Hybrid and Electric Powertrain Concepts
Herman Van der Auweraer, LMS International
Drivers, HMI, and Electric Cars. A Human Factors Approach.
Marianne Karlsson, Chalmers University of Technology
Future Electromobility in São Paulo City: the Ultra-small Electric Alternative
Silva Lydia Lopes C., Cidade Universitaria
Clean Week 2020
Marc Martens, Circuit Zolder
Actors’ Positions and Inclinations Towards the Electro-Mobility System
Shadi Sadeghian, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech
Lecture 1B: Good Practices
Electric Vehicles in Stockholm
Eva Sunnerstedt, City of Stockholm
FEDERAUTO Electric Mobility Group
Philippe Decrock, FEDERAUTO asbl/vzw
Italy Electric-car Tour: On the Road Towards Sustainability!
Francesco Petracchini, Corrente in Movimento
The way to Smart Mobility: Overview of Three Major Government Programs to Facilitate Tomorrow’s Mobility in Germany
Sebastian Wittke, Germany Trade & Invest GmbH
Supporting E-mobility Users and Energy Providers for Optimal Charging of Electric Vehicles
Sandford Bessler, FTW Telecommunications Research Center
Lecture 1C: Vehicle Design & “Electromobility” Systems
New Electrical Steels for High Performance Traction Motors for Electric Vehicles
Sigrid Jacobs, ArcelorMittal
FutureSteelVehicle – Leading Edge Innovation for Steel Body Structures
Marc Lambriks, WorldAutoSteel/Tata Steel
Challenging the Portfolio of Powertrains Perspective: Lessons from Innovation Studies
Sjoërd Bakker, Technology University of Delft
Smart Power Li-Ion Battery Systems for the Safe and Networked Mobility Society
Tim Schaefer, Li-Tec Battery GmbH
Mission Motors Cell-2-Server System: Design, Implementation, and Benefits of a Cloud-based Electric Powertrain Data Acquisition and Visualization System.
David Salguero, Mission Motors
10.10 – Coffee Break
10.30 – Parallel Sessions:
2A: Regional and Global Introduction Scenarios
2B: Light Electric Vehicles
2C: Hybrid Vehicles
Lecture 2A: Regional and Global Introduction Scenarios
Strategies of Electric Vehicle Manufacturers: An Analysis of Prototype and Production Vehicles
William Sierzchula, TU Delft
HyRaMP, the European Regions and Municipalities Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
Marieke Reijalt, HyRaMP
Safe Efficient Vehicle Solutions – On Driving Forces for Future Road Transportations
Stefan Pettersson, Viktoiria Institute
Four Key Points for a Fast and Sustainable EV Introduction
Jacques de Selliers, Going-Electric
Promotion of Electric Cars: An Assessment of the German Policy Package
Jens Weinmann, ESMT
Lecture 2B: Light Electric Vehicles
Experiences in the Market Introduction of Electric Scooters in Switzerland
Urs Schwegler, NewRide
Design and Validation of a Versatile and Innovative Electric Pedal Assisted Three-wheel Vehicle
Javier Romo, CIDAUT Foundation
Full Potential Performance of a Plug in Hybrid Option for a Small City Taxi Three Wheeler
Samraj Dhinagar, TVS Motot Company Ltd.
The Electric Racing Motorcycle: the eCRP
Livia Cevolini, CRP Racing
New Solutions for Electric Propulsion Systems for Two Wheeled Vehicles
Mihaela Scortescu, ICPE
Lecture 2C: Hybrid Vehicles
GKN Transmission Technology for Hybrid and Electric Vehicle
Theo Gassmann, GKN International GmbH
Reusable Reference Control Architecture for Hybrid Vehicles: Parallel Hybrid
Cian Harrington, Cranfield University
Un-cooled Insulated Piston Engines for Hybrid-Electric Drives
Mitja Hinderks, Litus Foundation
Fast Quasi Optimal Control of Hybrid Electric Vehicles considering Limiting Conditions
Bernhard Schweighofer, Graz University of Technology / EMT
The Verification of Sizing and Control Strategy Development of First Hybrid Electric City Bus in the Middle East Employing AVL/Cruise
Hassan Nehzati, University of Teheran
12.10 – Lunch
13.00 – Parallel sessions:
3A: Potential for the future
3B: Fuel Cells & hydrogen
3C: Batteries – Modeling
Lecture 3A: Potential for the future
Identifying the Potential CO2-efficiency for the Deutsche Post DHL Delivery Fleet Based on Vehicle Technology Scenario
Bernd Propfe, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V.
Challenges, Opportunities and Future of Electrical Vehicles
Kathy Liu, Freescale semiconductor
Reaching 10% Renewable Transportation Fuels in 2020 by Electric-vehicles in Styria/Austria
Gerfried Jungmeier, Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
The Potential of Electric Vehicles in the Paris region: Breaking the Interdependency Between Public Policies and Future Demand & The creation of a Sound Basis for Reliable Demand Forecasts
Elisabeth Windisch, Laboratoire Ville Mobilite Transport, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech
The Market Potential for Electric Vehicles in Flanders: a Conjoint-based Choice Analysis.
Kenneth Lebeau, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Lecture 3B: Fuel Cells & hydrogen
Cryo-compressed Hydrogen Storage – Overcoming the Range Limitation of Fuel Cell Vehicles
Tobias Brunner, BMW Group
Power Boost for Fuel Cell Based Electric Vehicles
Giuseppe Tomasso, University of Cassino
H2moves Scandinavia “ Status of the First European Lighthouse Project to Demonstrate Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars in Scandinavia (H2mS)
Ulrich Buenger, Ludwig-Bolkow-Systemtechnik GmbH
Analytical solution and experimental validation of the energy management problem for fuel cell hybrid vehicles
Edwin Tazelaar, HAN University of Applied Sciences
Lecture 3C: Batteries – Modelling
Energetic Macroscopic Representation and Inversion-based Control of a Hybrid Vehicles: Application to a Military Hybrid Truck
Alain Bouscayrol, University of Lille1 / MEGEVH
Battery Models for Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
Mohamed Daowd, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Analysis and Modelling of Lithium-ion Batteries for the Application to HEVS
Mattia Tassone, University Studi di Padova
Fast and Accurate Battery Model applicable for System Level Simulation
Bernhard Schweighofer, Graz University of Technology / EMT
Software Configurable Battery
Barrie Lawson, Woodbank
14.40 – Coffee Break
15.00 – Parallel sessions:
4A: Infrastructure
4B: On the Way to Mobile Sustainability!
4C: Batteries and Super Capacitors – Policy & Technology
Lecture 4A: Infrastructure
First Results from Field Testing of Fast Charged Hybrid Buses in Umea, Sweden
Roger Bedell, Opbrid SL
EV Charging Infrastructure: The Dutch Way
Roland Steinmetz, DOET Vereniging
Plug-to-Drive: Experimental network of power outlets for Electric Vehicles
Brès P., Total
Electric Vehicles as Flexible Loads in Residential Distribution Networks : the Linear Project Methodology.
Raf Ponnette, VITO
Integrating the electric grid and the commuter network through “Vehicle to Grid” concept: a Complex Networks Theory approach
Alfonso Damiano, University di Cagliari – DIEE
Lecture 4B: On the Way to Mobile Sustainability!
The Environmental Impact of Electric Cars in Belgium: a Transport System Approach vs. an Energy System Approach
Dominique Gusbin, Federal Planning Bureau
Electric Mobility to Improve Air Quality in Urban Environment
Ronald de Lange, TNO
Preferences of Potential Users of Electric Cars Related to Charging – A Survey in Eight EU countries.
Ingo Bunzeck, Energy research Centre of the Netherlands
Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Certification for the US market.
Tom O’Hara, Intertek
Standardization Work for BEV and HEV Applications: Critical Appraisal of Recent Traction
Battery Documents
Omar Noshin, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Lecture 4C: Batteries and Super Capacitors – Policy & Technology
The Role of Battery Collection and Recycling in a Sustainable Electric Mobility Policy
Jean Pol Wiaux, RECHARGE aisbl
Lithium Supply and Demand Outlook: Key Raw Material for Energy Storage Systems
Daniela Desormeaux, Signumbox
Boiling Heat Transfer in Battery Electric Vehicles
Rob van Gils, Eindhoven University of Technology
A Knowledge Based Approach to Support Li-Ion Battery Cooling Design
Paolo Cicconi, Polythecnic University of Marche
Research on Rechargeable Lithium-Air Battery, an Innovative Battery with High Energy Density
Fanny Barde, Toyota Motor Europe
16.40 – Dialogue Sessions & Refreshments
D1: Technical Solutions
D2: Policies and Market Dynamics
D1: Technical Solutions
Active Electronic Differential System for Plug-in Hybrid Elecric Vehicles (PHEV)
Makki Noaman, UOIT
Conception, Modelling and Simulation of Drive System of the Prototype Electric Vehicle “ELV001”
Mieczyslaw Ronkowski, Gdansk University of Technlogy
Weight Driven Optimisation for Vehicle Propulsion Determination
Oriol Gallemi, A3E
Integrated Architectures for Third Generation Electric Vehicles – First Results of the ELVA Project
Micha Lesemann, FKA mbH
Innovative Drivelines in European Buses
Michal Sierszynski, Solaris Bus & Coach S.A.
Electrical Drives for Aviation
Pawel Pistelok, Research and Development Centre of Electrical Machines ‘KOMEL’
Optimal Rule Based Control of Series Hybrid Triple Hybrid Mobile Work Machine
Jukka Halme, Aalto University
Development of a Hybrid Powertrain for a Railway Vehicle Based on a PEM Fuel Cell System
Daniel Sopeña, CIDAUT Fundation
Fast Charge Protocol Evaluation of Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries for its use in Electric Vehicles
David Ansean, University of Oviedo
On-line SOH Recognition for Lithium-ion Batteries Used on EVs
Donggil Ha, Huydai
Implementation of Loss Minimization Control in Vector Controlled Induction Motor Drives Using Fuzzy Compensation for Application in Electric Vehicles
Biswas Debarshi, University of Windsor
An Electric Kart as a Rapid Prototyping Platform for Electronic Systems in an Electric Vehicle.
Pieter Ramaekers, Flanders’ Drive
Desing Parameter for Wireless Power Transmission to Electric Vehicle Systems
Arie Lavie, CTI-Creative
Hardware in the Loop Research Environment for Electric Vehicle & Hybrid Electric Vehicle Batteries Combined with Advanced Virtual Battery Development Tools
Lehmuspelto Teemu, Aalto University School of Engineering
Aspects of Mechanical Engineering and Material Sciences for the Design of Flywheels for Mobile Applications
Michael Bader, Graz University of technology
History and Development Trends of Flywheel-powered Vehicles as Part of a Systematic Concept Analysis
Armin Buchroithner, TU Graz, Institute for Machine Components and Methods of Development
Hybrid Energy Storage System Application for an Anti-Lock Regenerative Braking System
Masoud Masih-Tehrani, University of Tehran
Hybrid Battery-supercapacitor Storage System for Light Electric Vehicles
Manuele Bertoluzzo, Universita degli studi di Padova – Dipartimento di Ingegneria Elettrica
Thermal Energetic Model of an ICE Vehicle
Alain Bouscayrol, University of Lille1 / MEGEVH
Design of a Multi-function Wheel-embedded Assembly for Electric Vehicles
Simoes Pedro, Instituto Superior Tecnico
Dialogue D2: Policies and Market Dynamics
Speaker to be appointed, HYBRELEC
“Green” Transportation System with Light Electric Vehicles
Grigore Danciu, University of Buccharest
Propulsion System Concept for a High Energy Efficient Eco-Boat
Mihaela Chefneux, CPE SA
Evaluation of 20000 km Driven with a Battery Electric Vehicle
Igo Besselink, TU Eindhoven
Combined Heat Power & Mobility
Jean-Pierre van Wingen, E. Van Wingen N.V.
Measurement of the Electromagnetic Field Inside a Battery Electric Vehicle
Pablo Concha, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
Development of an Adaptive Vehicle Observer for an Electric Vehicle
Matthias Korte, Intedis
Greenmobility, Innovation & Research from Electric Vehicles to Lithium Bettery System by FAAM
Mario Natalucci FAAM
20.30 – Galla dinner (optional)
Friday 28th October 2011
8.00 – Registration & Welcome coffee
9.00 – Round Table R1: Plug-in hybrid: a long term solution or transition?
A Contradictory Analysis of GM Volt Powertrain
Lorenzo Serrao, IFP School
V2G Technology to Improve Wind Power Quality & Smart Operation of Micro-Grid with PHEVs
Rabiul Islam F.M., UNSW@ADFA
Conventional to Hybrid and Plug-In drivetrain taxi fleet conversion
João Ribau, Instituto Superior Tecnico – IST
EV/PHEV Charging Infrastructure Analysis
Kaneko Hiroyuki, International Energy Agency
Smart Charging Stations: Design and Space Requirements for the Integration of Electric Vehicles in to the Built Environment in Dutch Cities
Beella Satish Kumar, Delft University of Technology
10.30 – Coffee break
11.00 – Roundtable R2: Smart Grid & charging infrastructure
Photovoltaïcs as Part of the Solution for EV Infrastructure
Eric Van Grimbergen, Solar Total
Setting the scene for EV in Belgium by 2020
Ann Goossens, Electrabel
Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles: Unlocking the full Potential of Electrified Transport
Thomas Theisen, EURELECTRIC
Energy Planning Tool for Electric Vehicle and Smart Grid Integration
Alfonso Damiano, Universita di Cagliari – DIEE
Role of e-mobility in Smart Grid Development and its Impact on the Integration of Renewables at Distribution and Trasmission Level
Giuseppe Tomasso, University of Cassino
CEN Focus Group on European Electro Mobility and Related Efforts for the Standardization of the Charging of Electric Vehicles
John Ketchell, Director Innovation, and secretary to the Focus Group, CEN-CENELEC
12.30 – Lunch
14.00 – Roundtable R3: Barriers & market requirements
Feedback from United States in General and California in Particular
Jay Friedland, PlugInAmericas
Study on the Availability Analysis and Energy Consumption of Electric Vehicles
Juan Van Roy, K.U.Leuven R & D
An analysis for the Introduction of Electric Vehicles in Europe
Michele Ceccucci, Micro-Vett SPA
Timed Charging Posts for Electric Vehicles: User Behaviour and Potential Impacts to Low Voltage Networks
Rebecca Carter, University of Strathclyde
EV Recharging Infrastructure: 15 Years Field Experience in Mendrisio
Raffaele Domeniconi, InfoVel
Infrastructure Standardization Proofs: Simplicity of Connection Versus Complexity of Business Model
Peter Van den Bossche, VUB, Hoog Erasmus School, CITELEC
15.30 – Coffee break
16.00 – Closing session
NoAE Innovations-Competition 2011 for Mobility
Hans Koepplinger, EWF-institute
Europe’s Vison for a Future Clean Transport Scheme
Siim Kallas, Vice-President of the EU Commission and European Commissioner in charge of Transport
Conclusions from EEVC-2011
Joeri van Mierlo, Professor at VUB and Chairman of the EEVC Scientific Reviewing
Next Steps
Frédéric Vergels, organizer of EEVC and President of


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