13-15 February, 2018
Hotel Palace Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Thursday 14 February 2019

Thermal Management For E-Motors And Power Electronics

9:00 am - 11:30 am Workshop A | Thermal Management Of Ultra Fast Charging
Meg Wang, Chief EV battery system Engineer/ Director for RESS and Charger System at Zhidou electric Vehicle Ltd., China

Meg Wang

Chief EV battery system Engineer/ Director for RESS and Charger System
Zhidou electric Vehicle Ltd., China

Thermal Management For E-Motors And Power Electronics

12:30 pm - 3:00 pm Workshop C |Thermal Management Of E-Motors With Applications To Passenger Cars, Trucks & Buses
Prof. Mats Alaküla, Senior Technical Advisor at Volvo, Sweden

Prof. Mats Alaküla

Senior Technical Advisor
Volvo, Sweden

Francisco J. Márquez Fernández, Researcher at Lund University, Sweden

Francisco J. Márquez Fernández

Researcher
Lund University, Sweden

Thermal Management For E-Motors And Power Electronics

3:30 pm - 6:00 pm Workshop E | Innovative Approaches To Cabin And Passenger Comfort
Dr. Filip Nielsen, Principal Engineer, Climate Control & Energy at Volvo Cars

Dr. Filip Nielsen

Principal Engineer, Climate Control & Energy
Volvo Cars

Advanced E-Motor Technology

9:00 am - 11:30 am Workshop B | Improving E-Motor Technology For Heavy Duty Vehicles
Dr. Daniel Aggeler, Chief Technology Officer at E-Force One, Switzerland

Dr. Daniel Aggeler

Chief Technology Officer
E-Force One, Switzerland

Dr. Michael Lampérth, CEO at Phi-Power, Switzerland

Dr. Michael Lampérth

CEO
Phi-Power, Switzerland

Advanced E-Motor Technology

12:30 pm - 3:00 pm Workshop D | Designing For Supercars: Formula E, Sport Cars And Hypercars
Chris Vagg, Head of Electrical Design (Formula E Electric Powertrain and Control Systems) at Renault Sport Racing, France

Chris Vagg

Head of Electrical Design (Formula E Electric Powertrain and Control Systems)
Renault Sport Racing, France

Gianfranco Pizzuto, EV Brand Ambassador at Jaguar Land Rover, Italy

Gianfranco Pizzuto

EV Brand Ambassador
Jaguar Land Rover, Italy

Advanced E-Motor Technology

3:30 pm - 6:00 pm Efficient E- Motor Overload Protection Technology
Dr. Peter van Duijsen, Simulation Research at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Dr. Peter van Duijsen

Simulation Research
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands