Tuesday, 14th March 2017



8.30 Registration & Welcome Coffee
9.30

Opening Session - European Authorities' Perspective & Views from the Rest of the World

Welcome Words

Worldwide Context

  • Crossing the Chasm - Electric Vehicles Development in 25 Years of the Technical Collaboration Group "Hybrid and Electric Vehicles" of the International Energy Agency (IEA)
    Urs Muntwyler, International Energy Agency TCP HEV,

The European Commission's Action Plan

  • DG for Mobility and Transport (MOVE)
    Hugues VAN-HONACKER, European Commission - DG for Mobility and Transport (MOVE),
  • DG for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (GROW)
    Joanna Szychowska, European Commission - DG for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (GROW),
    Philipp Troppmann, European Commission - DG for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (GROW),
11.00 Coffee break
11.30

Plenary Session 1 - Visions from European Organizations and Platforms

  • ERTRAC, the European Road Transport Research Advisory Council
    EGVIA, the European Green Vehicles Initiative Association
    Jean-Luc di Paola-Galloni, ERTRAC/EGVIA/Valeo,
  • POLIS, the European Network of Cities and Regions Working Together to Deploy Innovative Technologies and Policies for a more Sustainable Mobility
    Karen Vancluysen , POLIS,
  • AVERE, the European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Vehicles
    Bert Witkamp, AVERE, The European Association for Electromobility,
  • ACEA, the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association
    Petr Dolejsi, ACEA, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association,
  • EURELECTRIC, the Association of the Electricity Industry in Europe
    Senan McGrath, EURELECTRIC / ESB ecars,
  • UITP, the International Association of Public Transport
    Pauline Bruge, UITP,
13.00 Lunch
14.30

Plenary Session 2 - Meeting the OEM's: State of the Art & Outlook (under development)

  • Nissan
  • Tesla
  • BMW
  • Volkswagen
  • Renault
  • Volvo
  • BYD
  • Daimler
  • Jaguar
16.00 Coffee Break
16.30

Plenary Session 3 - Infrastructure: Where do we stand ?

17.30 Poster Session & Welcome reception
  D1 - Technical Solutions D2 - Policies and Market Dynamics
 

Thermal Analysis of Cooling Effects of Different Cooling Principles in a 48 V Automotive Battery Module
Ziyi Wu, FH Aachen / RWTH Aachen,

Advanced Carbon Fiber Components Structural Parts for Lightweighting of a Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV): Understanding Environmental Performance Using Life Cycle Assessment Study
Venkata Krishna Kumar Upadhyayula, Umea University,

Improved safety level of battery circuits in electric vehicle by using Triggered Fuse
Mitja Koprivšek, ETI Elektroelement d.d.,

Benefits of material Science in Electrical Vehicle Applications
Nicolas BATAILLEY, Solvay Engineering Plastics,

Least Squares based Capacity Estimation for Li-Ion battery cells
Evangelos Bakas, TNO, Department of Powertrains, Netherlands,

Highly Integrated Fuel Cell Analysis Infrastructure for Advanced Research Topics
Stefan Brandstätter, HyCentA Research,

Predictive Control Strategy of Vehicle Drive
Josef Morkus, Czech Technical University in Prague,

Fatigue design of thermoplastic matrix composites components .A simplified approach
Antonio Fernandes, University of Porto-Faculty of Engineering,

Using EV Telematics Data to Monitor Real-World Battery Health for EV Owners and Fleet Operators
Daniel Savu, FleetCarma,

Detection of elevated Self-Discharge Processes in Automotive Battery Packs
Hendrik Zappen, ISEA RWTH Aachen,

Lifecycle screening of nanomaterials for sustainable electric vehicles
Christine Roxanne Hung, NTNU,

Possibilities for hydrogenization
of road transport in Poland
Gis Wojciech, Motor Transport Institute,

Requirements for Fuel Cell based energy supply concepts in maritime applications
Lars Langfeldt, DNV GL SE,

Piezoelectric-Charging Structural Supercapacitor (PCSS)
Pavlos Pavlos Giannakou, University of Surrey,

Dual motors - dual shaft electric drive with multi speed gearbox
Arkadiusz Hajduga, Warsaw University of Technology,

Active Suspension Control of an In-Wheel Electric Vehicle Using Luenberger Observer
Taha Taner INAL, YTU,

Integrated Electric Drive System based on High Speed Switched Reluctance Motor
Saphir Saphir Faid, Punch Powertrain,

Novel Carbon reinforced Car Door Obtained within the Enlight European Project
Augusto Fernandes, University of Porto,

BICAR: Sharing mobility for the last mile
Hans-Joerg Dennig, Zurich University of Applied Sciences,

Managing Stakeholder and Data Collection in Living Labs for Sustainable Transport Systems
Frida Hermansson, Test Site Sweden at Lindholmen Science Park,

Buses from C(NG), D(ERV) through to E without any P
Paul Bromley, China Green Dynamics,

The key for reducing cost and improving safety without any performance compromises
Grzegorz Pilatowicz, LEM Switzerland SA,

Persectives and changes in the Mobility market
Florent Gaillard, Leclanché SA,

Comparing Elecytric Vehicles and Fossil Driven Vehicles in Free-floating Car Sharing Services
Frances Sprei, Chalmers University of Technology ,

How to take an active role to promote electric mobility in Haute Savoie
Frédéric della faille, Automobile Club du Mont-Blanc,

EBSF2, the European Bus System of the Future 2 project
Yannick Bousse, UITP, the International Association of Public Transport,

Fuel Cell Plug-In Hybrid to Overcome Market Barriers
Manfred Limbrunner, Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH,

How to set up an all-inclusive approach in e-mobility strategies: The case of Murcia.
Jaime Jaime Ruiz, Ayuntamiento de Murcia,

Hydrogen Region 2.0
Wouter van der Laak, WaterstofNet,

A life cycle approach to consider present and future performance of electric mobility
Denis Bochatay, Quantis,

The size and range effect: lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions of electric vehicles
Linda Ager-Wick Ellingsen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU),

Stimulating Innovation Through Projects in Engineering Education – The growth and success of the Ecorace-Challenge project
Gerben Gerben Peeters, KU Leuven,

Why do consumers shun EVs? A question of rationality?
David Morris, Coventry University,

A tour-oriented refueling-station location model for an electric-scooter tourism system- the case of the Penghu Island
ying-wei ying-wei wang, National Penghu University of Science and Technology,

Can a light electric vehicle be a car or a van ?
Luc Vinckx, Elephant Consult,

Dundee City Council: A City's Electric Vision 
Fraser Crichton, Dundee City Council,

The IRU Project: A Lighthouse for Electric Taxis
William Dénous, IRU Projects,

Modeling of 2015 Car Sales and Prices in Some European Countries
Matthieu de Lapparent, EPFL,

Vision for the Future
Oliver Stieler, CONTTEK GmbH,

The Failure of our global EV Industry Strategy
Chris Hoffmann, RYNO Motor,

NeMo, the Hyper-Network for Electro-mobility
Angelos Amditis, ICCS,

 

Wednesday, 15th March 2017


8.00 Registration & Welcome Coffee
8.30

Parallel Sessions

 

Lecture 1A
Regional and Global Introduction Scenarios

Charging infrastructure for PEVs in Sweden - developments and current policies
Martina Wikstrom, Swedish Energy Agency,

ERA-NET Cofund Electric Mobility Europe (EMEurope)
Marcia Giacomini, TUV Rheinland Consulting,

ChargePlace scotland: The development of a national electric vehicle charging network
Laurence Kenney, Transport Scotland,

Conceptualizing an Agent-Based Model Framework for Electric Vehicle Adoption in Brussels, Belgium
Quentin De Clerck, MOBI - VUB,

Power Line Communication (PLC) applied to EV or EV Charger in yet installed electric systems in emplacements with no wireless cover
Javier Sanchez Rios, JSR - Consulting,

Lecture 1B
Batteries - Modeling & Safety

Lithium batteries safety: a new approach to regain confidence ?
Claude Chanson, RECHARGE,

PSO Based Real-Time Estimation of SOC of a Lithium Ion Battery Cell
Sohel Anwar, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis,

Fault Diagnosis of a Lithium Ion Battery via Electrochemical Model and MMAE
Sohel Anwar, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis,

Thermal Management of Lithium-Ion Battery Packs for Different Design Configurations
Elham Elham Hosseinzadeh, WMG - University of Warwick,

An Hybrid System for Battery Thermal Management for Electric Vehicles
Lucia Ianniciello, Mines ParisTech,

A Table-driven Li-Ion Battery Model for a BMS Development Platform – Modeling, Measurements, Implementation and Validation
Carlos Ziebert, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,

In-operando techniques for battery monitoring and safety issues prevention
Guillet Nicolas, CEA Liten,


Lecture 1C
Hybrid & FC Vehicles

A Compensation Method for Production Tolerances in Electric Drive Systems Using an Extended Open-Loop Torque Control
Markus Ott, Daimler AG,

Fuel cell buses; a solution to meet zero emission regulations for transit agencies
Oben Uluc, Ballard Power Systems,

Fuel cell electric vehicles – can OEMs rely on an established supply chain?
Franz Lehner, E4tech,

A Scalable PEM Fuel Cell Modelling Approach to Support FCEV Component and System Development
Reinhard Tatschl, AVL,

HYACINTH: HYdrogen ACceptance IN the Transition pHase. Public and stakeholder acceptance of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle(FCEV) in Europe.
Alcalde Gema, CNH2,

Development of an Evaluation Metric on the Basis of a Comprehensive Study in Order to Benchmark Conventional and Electrified Vehicle Concepts in Terms of Transient Torque Response
Stephan Schiffer, BMW AG,




10.30 Coffee Break
11.00

Parallel Sessions


Lecture 2A
Good Practices

Probabilistic modeling of public electric vehicles charging
Mahmoud Shepero, Uppsala university,

Trip patterns and corresponding energy consumption of battery-electric vehicles - a fleet-based survey
Sören Christian Trümper, University of Technology Hamburg,

Residential Smart-Charging Pilot Program in Toronto: Results of a Utility Controlled Charging Pilot
Eric Mallia, FleetCarma,

Driving characteristics’ effects on EV energy consumption-a case study in Beijing
Kezhen Hu, Tsinghua Univeristy,

Results of an Electric Vehicle Suitability Assessment in a fleet of a large electricity grid company
Edwin Bestebreurtje, FIER Automotive,

Lecture 2B
Market & Analyse Perspective

SCORE – A European initiative determining the competiveness of European Transport Industry
Julia Kaltschew, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH,

Charging Information Services for BEVs– Two Competing and Complementary Business Models
Sinan Deniz, School of Economics & Management,

How car batteries disrupt the energy and automotive world
Marcus Fendt, The Mobility House,

Comparison of the Market Depreciation of Electric and Gaslone Vehicles in USA and Europe
François Vuille, EPFL,

A disaggregated approach to model international passenger car markets and their interdependencies
Jens Brokate, DLR Institute of Vehicle Concept,


Lecture 2C
Smart Grid

ICT systems for intelligent wireless dynamic EV charging
Angelos Amditis, ICCS,

Smart Solar Charging: bi-directional AC charging in the Netherlands
Baerte de Brey, Elaad,

Assessment of Vehicle to Grid economics for EV users
Franz Lehner, E4tech,

Jedlix: most beneficial smart charging with connected cars
Taco Van Berkel , Jedlix #ichargesmart,

Smart Charging in practice
Harm Weken, FIER Automotive,



12.40 Lunch
14.00

Parallel Sessions


Lecture 3A
Infrastructure & V2G Vehicles

A techno-economic analysis of fast charging needs in Germany for different ranges of battery electric vehicles
Simon Funke, Fraunhofer ISI,

Megabatteries for fast DC charging and hydrogen production. Fuelling both electric cars and fuel cell cars
Hubert Girault, EPFL,

R&D Status of Vehicle to Grid
Dirk Lauinger, EPFL,

The Nuvve Network
Marc Trahand , NUVVE,


Lecture 3B
Learning from Incentives and Policy : Sharing our Experiences

What drives the PEV market? – An international comparison of PEV market diffusion models
Till Gnann, Fraunhofer ISI,

Low carbon cars in the 2020s: Consumer impacts and EU policy implications
Alex Stewart, Element Energy,

Electric vehicle integration in business fleets: case of urban logistic
Ammar Ammar Oulamara, University of lorraine- LORIA / ANTSWAY,

I-CVUE, presenting the final results
Harm Weken, FIER Automotive,

Dutch E-mobility Incentive Policies and Public Fleet Mentoring - Reflection on the Work Done by I-CVUE
Frank ten Wolde, , Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment,


Lecture 3C
From Industry to Racing and the Reverse

Chair : Thierry Deflandre, ACT, BE

Formulino E Electric Racing Vehicle
Saphir Saphir Faid, Punch Powertrain,
Jos Claes, Dallara, IT
Miguel Dhaens, HeronSports, BE

FSAE: Electric Vehicle Innovation within Formula Student Racing Cars
Beth Lily Georgiou, Evodays,

Electric Racing on Two Wheelers, the FIM Experience
Oriol Gallemi, International Motorcycling Federation,

E Karting: How Mild Hybrid OEM Supply Can Become Affordable Drive Line to Karting
Peter Wirtz, Bosch Engineering,

E-Rod: Electric Drift made by Kyburz, supplier of Swiss Post
Martin Kyburz, Kyburz,

Electric GT: From Standard Tesla to Racing Car and Its Safety Features
Mark Gemmel , Electric GT Holdings,

Formula E: How It Started, Where It Us and Further Technical Evolutions / Safety and Cost Control as Excellent Proofs of Concept
Benoit Dupont, Formula E Holdings,



15.40 Coffee Break
16.10

Parallel Sessions

  • 4A : Markets & New Technologies
  • 4B : Energy Efficiency and Life Cycle Analysis
  • 4C : IEA HEV-TCP Task27: Electrification of Transport Logistic Vehicles

Lecture 4A
Markets & New Technologies

Mileage electrification potential of different electric vehicles in Germany
Simon Funke, Fraunhofer ISI,

Ground-level feeding systems: from rail to road transport
Stephane BINET, ALSTOM TRANSPORT SA,

Hydrogen & Fuel cells – From current reality to 2025 and beyond
Franz Lehner, E4tech,

Feasibility and Profitability Outlook on European Cell- and Battery Manufacturing
Stefan Haevemeier, P3,

Hydrogen Mobility Europe (H2ME) – Creating the European vision for hydrogen transportation
Alex Stewart, Element Energy,


Lecture 4B
Energy Efficiency and Life Cycle Analysis

On specific fuel consumption of both conventional and electric buses on real urban applications
Villante Carlo, University of Aquila,

The Variation of BEV Energy Use and Range Depending on Climate and Driving Behaviour in Real Conditions in Sweden
Sten Karlsson, Chalmers University of Technology,

Well to Wheel Analysis of Imported Renewable Hydrogen Using Different Energy Carriers
Yuki Kudoh, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology,

Joint ANL-JRC Experimental Campaign - Laboratory Testing of a Range Extended Vehicle
Galassi M. Cristina, European Commission JRC,

LionTelligence- Intelligent Battery Life Cycle Management
Alexander Kohs, CTC cartech company GmbH,


Lecture 4C
IEA HEV-TCP Task27: Electrification of Transport Logistic Vehicles

Chair : Florian Kleiner, German Aerospace Centre, DE

In-use evaluation and characterization of Class 8 battery electric drayage trucks
Robert Prohaska, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL),

Current status of the electrification of transport logistic vehicles - Early niche markets and commercialization opportunities
Florian Kleiner, German Aerospace Center ,

Development of a Transport Application based Cost Model for the assessment of future commercial vehicle concepts
Florian Kleiner, German Aerospace Center ,

Electric freight vehicles in city logistics: Insights into decision-making process of frontrunner companies.
Martijn Altenburg, University of Applied Siences Amsterdam,

R&D Status of Vehicle to Grid
Dirk Lauinger, EPFL,

Effects of Operating Conditions on Range and Energy Consumption of Electric Freight Vehicles
Tugce Yuksel, Sabanci University,

Heavy Duty Electric Truck Deployment in Europe
Harm Weken, FIER Automotive,


Thursday, 16th March 2017


8.30 Registration & Welcome coffee
9.00

Round Table RT1 - IEA HEV Task 28: Vehicle-to-Grid Technologies
Chair : Cristina Corchero, Catalonia Institute for Energy Research, ES

10.30 Coffee break
11.00

Round Table RT2 - Reasons of the Dutch Success

Inductive Charging Station for Electric Vehicles in the City of Rotterdam
Bram van Eijsden, ElaadNL,

Fiscal barriers for smart charging
Baerte de Brey, Elaad,

Effectiveness of Clean Taxi Priority Incentive at Amsterdam Central Station
Jan Dam, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences,

Smart Charging in the Netherlands
Milan Tamis, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences,

Managing parking pressure concerns related to charging stations for electric vehicles: Data analysis on the case of daytime charging in The Hague
Rick Wolbertus, Amsterdam University of applied Sciences,

EVs in the Netherlands
Bert Klerk , Formule e-Team,

Policy about EV and E-mobility in the Netherlands
Frank ten Wolde, , Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment,

Analyzing Charging Behavior in the 4 Big Cities in the Netherlands
Robert Van den Hoed, Hogeschool van Amsterdam,

Automotive and E-mobility Industry
Edwin Bestebreurtje, FIER Automotive,

Charging Infrastructure, Smart Charging and Standardization
Jurjen de Jong, eViolin,

12.30 Lunch
14.00

Round Table RT3 - Different Countries, Different Approaches… What is the Best in the Long Term ?

Did the Nertherlands find the Way ?
Harm Weken, FIER Automotive,

An empirical investigation of barriers to the adoption of battery electric vehicles in the UK
David Jarvis, Coventry University,

Myth Busting – How Norway Reached the World’s Highest BEV Share of the Total Passenger Vehicle Fleet ?
Erik Figenbaum, Institute of Transport Economics,

Holistic Approach to Assess the Impacts of Electric Mobility at Country Level
Florian Waeber, EPFL,

15.00

Closing Session

Snapshots

  • Lessons learnt from EEVC
  • Quick reports by the session Chairmen

Keynotes

  • TBD

Next Steps

  • Frédéric Vergels, Electri-city.mobi, BE
16.00 Visit to the CERN
Please note that separate registration is requested for the visit