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Traditionally, the EVS has been as an academic symposium for global networking and the exchange of scientific ideas and information. However, for the 32nd EVS edition the program will be broken down into two main streams – the Scientific Series and the AVERE E-Mobility Conference (AEC2019) Series, rounded off with three high level plenary sessions spread across the duration of the Symposium.
The EVS32 scientific program will include more than 150 lecture sessions spread across the three different days covering various complex topics presented by leading global e-mobility researchers. In addition to the lecture sessions, the posters area is here to allow scientists to present their papers through the dialogue sessions.
Here are the official topics proposed to the authors:
TOPIC A - The Evolution of Electric Vehicles & Digitalisation of Transport
- Automated and connected technologies in the transport sector
- Innovation in the public transport segments (i.e. buses and tram)
- The latest from the passenger cars segment
- The growing light duty vehicles sector (i.e. Two & Three Wheelers)
- Breakthrough's in freight transport and heavy-duty vehicles
- Special vehicles technologies, rail, ships and airplaines
TOPIC B - Electric Power Train - A Deep Dive
- Plug-in hybrid power train
- Battery electric power train
- Fuel cell power train
- Hybrid power train
- Power trains: research and testing processes and procedures
- Modelling & Simulation of power trains
- Measuring Methods & Equipment of power trains
TOPIC C - Inside the EV: Component Technologies at the Forefront of the Sector
- Increasing efficency in the traditional combustion engine (i.e. plug-in hybrids and range extenders)
- Finding the most effective electric motor
- Heating and cooling systems in EVs
- Power electronic system, Wide Band Gap Devices
- What battery technology for the future
- Battery Management System innovations
- Fuel cells
- Telematics supporting electric drive systems
- Vehicle Motion & Stability Control
TOPIC D - The Development of EV Charging / Infrastructure
- Smart charging, V2G, V2X and car/infrastructure communication
- Charging/refueling standardization and regulation
- Conductive charging infrastructure
- Examining the status of the EU alternative fuels infrastructure directive
- Wireless charging infrastructure (static and dynamic)
- Smart grid and smart home: how can EV contribute?
- Hydrogen fueling infrastructure
TOPIC E - EV Market Trends, Consumer Insight, And Strategies
- EV market development strategies and industy forecasting
- The industrialization of electric mobility
- Perspectives from consumer and EV user groups
- Education and training : What foot forward?
- What business models & how to drive uptake?
- Total cost of ownership trends
- Public policies and strategies supporting EV
- After sales services
- Fun to drive - E-motion - user experience
TOPIC F - Understanding E-Mobility From An Energy & Environmental Perspective
- Renewable energy supply for electric vehicles: creating synergies
- Environmental impact assessments for electric vehicle
- Climate change
- Recycling and Circular economy
TOPIC G - The Future of Mobility
- Urban mobility concepts
- Mobility as a service (incl. electric car sharing)
- Fleet management
- Rural mobility concepts
The authors of the best papers presented at EVS32 will be invited to further extend their EVS32 paper, including their most recent research findings. After a second thorough round of review, these papers will be published in a Special Issue of the World Electric Vehicle Journal.
The AEC2019 program, with eight different sessions in total, will provide delegates with a taste of how industry and policymakers are driving the global electromobility sector. The different high-level sessions cover all aspects of emobility.
Charging Experience - Monday, May 20th - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm
What are the key challenges to building infrastructure from a consumer perspective? Are consumers fears of lack of charging infrastructure justified? High level speakers will detail how to overcome these relevant barriers and when it will be realistic to travel anywhere in an Electric Vehicle.
• Mr. Dominique LAGARDE, Director of Electric Mobility Program of Enedis
• Mrs. Juliette ANTOINE-SIMON, General Manager of Izivia
• Mr. Dawid ZAJKOWSKI, Sales Director of KEBA
• Mr. Pierre CLASQUIN, CEO of G2Mobility
• Mr. Kristof VEREENOOGHE, CEO of EVBox
• Mr. Jacques BORREMANS, CharIN Managing Director Asia
• Mr. Erik LORENTZEN, Head of Analysis and Consultancy at the Norwegian EV Association, AVERE member
Urban Mobility - Monday, May 20th - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm
Electric solutions for cities come in various shapes and sizes. Our urban mobility session will look at the light electric vehicle sector and how it is helping clean up the air across the world.
• Mrs. Michel FORISSIER, Chief Technology Officer VALEO
• Mrs. Anja VAN NIERSEN, CEO of Allego Group
• Mrs. Muriel BARNEOUD, Director of Societal Engagement La Poste
• Mrs. Sharon DIJKSMA, State Secretary for Infrastructure and the Environment, Dutch Ministry
• Mr. Olivier REPPERT, CEO of SHARE NOW
• Mr. Alister HAMILTON, Director and Chair EVA Scotland, AVERE Member
Autonomous Vehicles - Tuesday, May 21st - 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
There are various synergies between autonomous and electric mobility. How and when will it be possible to take advantage of these innovative technologies that are currently tested in groundbreaking projects across the world?
• Mr. Jan Van DEN OETELAAR, Head of Siemens TASS Business Unit
• Mr. Olav MADLAND, CEO of Applied Autonomy AS
• Mr. Nicolas DE CREMIERS, Head of marketing at NAVYA Tech
• Mr. Puneet SINHA
• Mr. Jean-Luc BROSSARD
• Mr. Frank RIECK, Applied Research Professor Smart e-Mobility Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, Vice President AVERE
Mobility as a Service - Tuesday, May 21st - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm
Electrification of car sharing fleets and how to incentivize consumers to drive electric shared vehicles is a hot topic. But how can we fully electrify these fleets and what are the relevant barriers to doing so?
• Mr. Arnauld MOLINIE, Renault VP of Mobility Services
• Mr. Pierre SOULARD, In charge of Urban Mobility Department, GRAND LYON
• Mr. Kristopher CARTER, Co-Chair, Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics at City of Boston
• Mr. Christophe ARNAUD, CEO of BLUE SOLUTION
• Mr. Maciej MAZUR, Managing Director Polish Alternative Fuels Association, AVERE Member
Electric Heavy Duty Transport - Tuesday, May 21st - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm
The first ever EU legislation regulating Co2 emissions from heavy duty vehicles has pushed industry to look at the potential of electrifying heavy duty transport. This session will discuss what potential solutions exist. We will also get insight from how to electrify the larger passenger transport segment of vehicles.
• Mr. François SAVOYE, Alternative Energies Development Director, Europe RENAULT TRUCKS
• Mr. Mathieu LANGERON, Head of the B2B Department of Total Marketing & Services
• Mrs. Marylène PEYRARD, President of Syndicat Mixte Valence-Romans Déplacements
• Mr. David TRACKRAY, Sales & Marketing Director, TEVVA
• Mr. Hans BEKKERS, Business Development Manager Public Transport at VDL Bus & Coach bv
• Mr. Ivo TSACHEV, E-Mobility Operations E.ON/Board Member BAEPS, AVERE Member
Smart Charging, V2X - Wednesday, May 22nd - 09:00 am to 10:30 am
How can we handle the increased load of electric vehicles on the grid? Our speakers will detail how best to integrate the surge of EVs into the grid and suggest solutions to the technical challenges that the coupling of the sectors bring.
• Mr. Yannick DUPORT, Director of Electric Mobility EDF
• Mr. Eduardo MASCARELL, Head of Vehicle to Grid and Energy Aggregation NISSAN
• Mr. Ghanim PUTRUS, Professor of Electrical Power Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
• Mr. Marcel BRZANK, Strategic Development and M&A Professional at Siemens
• Mrs. Cristina CORCHERO, Head of the Energy Systems Analytics Group at IREC
Hydrogen ZEV - Wednesday, May 22nd - 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Hydrogen certainly has a role to play in future mobility. Relevant initiatives and projects from the sector as well as in France will be presented and a panel of experts will share their vision for the future of hydrogen for different parts of the transport sector.
EVS32 will have three separate plenary sessions across three days with relevant and passionate speakers from around the world discussing their dedication to the transition to electrification.
Opening Ceremony - Monday, May 20th from 9:00am to 10:30am
Our currently confirmed speakers include:
• Mr. Espen HAUGE, Chairman of AVERE and Chairman of WEVA
• Mr. Laurent WAUQUIEZ, President of the Regional Council Auvergne Rhone-Alpes
• Mrs. Élisabeth BORNE, Minister of Ecological and Solidarity Transition, Transportation Officer
• Mr. Gilles NORMAND, Director of the Electric Vehicle Division of the Renault Group
• Mr. Philippe MONLOUBOU, CEO of Enedis
• Mr. Jean Bernard LEVY, CEO of EDF
• Mr. Florent MENEGAUX, Executive General Director of Michelin
• His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco
Plenary Session - Tuesday, May 21st from 9:00am to 10:30am
• Mr. Winfried HERMANN, Minister of Transportation Baden Württemberg
• Mr. Takafumi ANEGAWA, president of Research Institute of Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc. TEPCO
Closing Ceremony - Wednesday, May 22nd from 2:30pm to 4:00pm
Speakers coming soon
Welcome Reception - Sunday, May 19th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
On May 19, from 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm, EVS32 has the pleasure to invite you to its welcome cocktail.
EVS32 Gala - Tuesday, May 21st from 7:00pm to 1:00am - Eurexpo Hall 7
On May 21, EVS32 invites you to its gala evening, to be held from 8 :00 pm at the core of the exhibition hall 6. Discover the exquisite Lyonnaise cuisine while gathering with worldwide e-mobility actors.
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