16 - 19 September, 2019
Hotel NH Collection Berlin Mitte am Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin, Germany
Stefan Permien, CEO at UniverCell
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Stefan Permien


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Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

4:20 PM Interactive Roundtable Sessions: Mix and Discuss EV High Power Charging and Battery Management Systems and What are the requirements for future Battery Management Systems?

In these closing twin-sessions, we invite delegates to mix & discuss by choosing 2 out of 6 deep
dive topics, and elaborate each with experts from the two conferences. For each topic you chose,
you have 30 minutes to discuss it in your group. The results will be presented at the end.
16:20 Session I • 16:50 Break for Switching • 16:55 Session II

TABLE A | Defining battery ageing model adapted to vehicle real usage
Philippe Gyan, Battery Innovations Research Engineer, Renault
TABLE B | Energy storages systems in EV/HEVs Energy storage systems and their current status
and challenges
Théophile Paul, R&D electrical engineer - PhD student, ICube Laboratory INSA
TABLE C | Design DCU (Domain Control Unit) with BMS
• Which functions to swift from BCU to DCU / cloud? (f.e. advanced SOH calc., more calc.
resources available: DCU)
• Which functions will remain to BCU and why (f.e. safety functions, relays driving, isolation
measurement, HW interfacing
Chrysanthos Tzivanopoulos, Senior engineer of the Battery Management System Hardware
Development for Lithium Ion Batteries, Robert Bosch GmbH
TABLE D | Battery cell solutions to enable high power charging Electrolytes, electrodes and internal
resistance – solutions to overcome the limits
Dr. Stefan Permien, CEO, UniverCell Holding GmbH
TABLE E – Vehicle to vehicle charging – what are the possible configurations?
Direct DC to DC, or through a station?
Rob Jerger, Technical Specialist - Charge Control Systems, Jaguar LandRover