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8.00 Registration & Welcome Coffee
9.00

Opening Session

Welcome Words

  • EEVC's Mission and Goals
    Frédéric VERGELS, electri-city.mobi SAS
  • The Geneva Mobility Hub
    Sabrina Cohen Dumani, Nomads Fundation, CH

Infrastructure: Where do we Stand ? (under developpement)

  • Fast Charging on Swiss Highways
    Volker Frose , Swiss Federal Roads Office (FEDRO)
  • The e-Mobility Guide
    Marco PIFFARETTI, Protoscar
  • A Focus on Induscitve Charging
  • CHAdeMO
    Tomoko Blech , ChaDeMo
  • Charging along the route : the bus Tosa
    Wilfried Camus , ABB
10.30 Coffee break
11.00

Parallel Sessions

 

A1
Charging Corridors & City Networks

EV policy design and its implications for the development of charging infrastructures
Marcello Contestabile, E4tech

Impact of autonomous EVs on charging infrastructure and city planning
Ruud van Sloten, EVConsult

EVERA: Towards more sustainable, shared electric vehicles
Ahmed Elbermbali, EVERA

Charging and Equalization Management for High Voltage Lithium-ion Energy Storage Systems
Mikel Oyarbide, CIDETEC

Robotised battery swapping stations and their intelligent network
Gabor Hrotko, eezza Ltd

A2
V2G & Smart Grid

Smart Charging electric vehicles:Institutional bottlenecks and possible solutions
Bram van Eijsden, ELaadNL

HYLIFT-EUROPE: FUEL CELL MATERIALS HANDLING VEHICLE MARKET DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPE
Cristina maggi, FAST

The SEVA Model: Predicting Future Electric Vehicle Charging Behavior
Rick WOLBERTUS, University of applied Sciences Amsterdam

Lifetime Model Based Second Life Battery Energy Storage System Sizing for a Residential Application
Egoitz Martinez-Laserna, Ik4-Ikerlan

Technological and Infrastructure Development for EVs: UK landscape
Marco Landi, Innovate UK




12.40 Lunch
11.00

Parallel Sessions

 

B1
V2G & Smart Grid

Electricity network options for highly variable supply and demand
Franz Lehner, E4tech

Grid services for electromobility: NeMo’s approach towards ensuring EV charging QoS and power system robustness through ICT applications.
Theodoros Theodoropoulos, ICCS

Technological and Infrastructure Development for EVs: UK landscape
Marco Landi, Innovate UK

Self-Sufficiency Garages : the SUN2WHEEL Project
Marco PIFFARETTI, Protoscar

B2
Demonstration & market issues

CHARGE THE NORTH: CHARACTERIZING ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING PROFILES & ENHANCING CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE IN CANADA
Eric Mallia, FleetCarma

How to Leverage Funding in Innovative SMEs ad Start-ups in Connected ans Smart Mobility Space : the IMPACT connected Car Example
David Seoane, FundingBox

Building a financial sustainable business case for Vehicle-2-Grid
Bram van Eijsden, ELaadNL

Nordic Electric Vehicle Outlook
Renske Schuitmaker, International Energy Agency

E-Busses in the Netherlands
Wilco de Wit, ElaadNL




15.40

Break

16.10 Parallel Sessions

 

C1 - ELIPTIC Special Session Chair : Karen Vancluysen, Polis, BE

Introduction to ELIPTIC
Thomas Mourey, Polis

Safe Integration of E-buses into Existing Electric PT Infrastructure
Josep Arino Sarrato, TMB Barcelona

Innovative Energy Management and Storage Solutions to Increase Operational Efficiency in Electric Public Transport
Marta Woronowicz , PKT Gdynia

Multi-purpose use of Electric Public Transport Infrastructure
David Talbot , Transport For London

ELIPTIC Recommendations
Guenter Henning , Rupprecht Consult

C2 - Power Supplies : Manufacturers and Providers

Combined Charging System (CCS) : High-Power Charging, Increased Charging Capacity, Status of International Standardization
Matthias KUBEL, Volkswagen

Combined Simulation Environment for the Investigation of Plug-In-Electric City Bus Systems
Oliver Vossen, Institute for Automotive Engineering, ika, RWTH Aachen University

Ground-level feeding systems: from rail to road transport
PATRICK DUPRAT, ALSTOM

Advanced Solutions in Over-Current Protection of HVDC Circuit of Battery-Powered Vehicles
Mitja Koprivšek, ETI Elektroelement d.o.o.

Electric vehicle load forecast using autoregressive integrated moving average and Gaussian processes
Mahmoud Shepero, Uppsala university




17.50 Poster Session & Networking Reception

A computationally efficient simulation model for estimating energy consumption of EV
Souhail BEN AFIA, Altran technologies

Smart Grid pilot across an electric mobility ecosystem
Hiten Hiten Parmar, uYilo eMobility Technology Innovation Programme

User motivations and requirements for Vehicle2Grid systems
Milan Tamis, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

A service oriented architectural approach of EV smart charging
Theodoros Theodoropoulos, ICCS