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Expert Workshop
‘Power Electronics and
Drive Train Technologies
for Future xEVs’
16th April 2015, VDI/VDE-IT, Berlin
Greetings
Dear Sir/Madam,
The discussion about challenges of the electric mobility market introduction often focus on the
limited performance and high cost of batteries, as well as the need for a corresponding charging
infrastructure. Essential vehicle-related aspects, however, are oftentimes ignored. Therefore the
Task 17 “System optimization and vehicle integration” of the IEA Implemen-ting Agreement
Hybrid and Electric Vehicles is analyzing technology options for the optimization of future
vehicle components and drivetrain configurations that will enhance vehicle energy efficiency
and performance. Since 2010, several Expert Workshops have been organized by Task 17 in
order to evaluate potentials for system optimization.
With the Expert Workshop ‘Power Electronics and Drivetrain Technologies for Future
xEVs’, organized by the Austrian Association for Advanced Propulsion Systems (A3PS) in the
role of the Task 17 leader, the IA-HEV intends to assess the state of the art with regard to e/earchitecture and drive train technologies and discuss potential techniques for enhancing the
overalls vehicle performance. The Expert Workshop will feature presentations by international
and national experts.
You are cordially invited to join us for this workshop which will be held on the 16th April, 2015
(10:00-17:00 CET) in Berlin at the premises of VDI/VDE-IT, who in their role as office of the
eNOVA Strategy Board on Electric Mobility are collaborating in Task 17.
Please return your registration by no later than 13th April, 2015 to Mr. Michael Nikowitz
[email protected]
I look forward to your participation and to a highly stimulating workshop with fruitful
discussions.
Yours faithfully,
Michael Nikowitz
Austrian Association for Advanced Propulsion Systems (A3PS) - Operating Agent of Task 17
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Workshop Background
The Workshop is organized by Task 17 - “System Optimization and Vehicle Integration”
of the Implementing Agreement ‘Hybrid and Electric Vehicle’ (www.ieahev.org) within the
framework of the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The Implementing Agreement for co-operation on Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technologies
and Programs (IA-HEV) enables member parties to discuss their respective needs, share key
information, and learn from an ever-growing pool of experience from the development and
deployment of hybrid and electric vehicles.
Task 17 – System Optimization and Vehicle Integration
Task 17 is analyzing technology options for the optimization of EV components and drive train
configurations that will enhance vehicle energy efficiency performance.
The wide bandwidth of treated topics covered:
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Components: Battery Management Systems, Electric Motors,
Performance Assessment: Comparison of different configurations,
Simulation Tools,
Thermal Management (sustainable use of available energy),
Functional and Innovative Lightweight Concepts and Materials for XEVs,
E/E-Architecture,
Strategies for Market Introduction and Deployment
Workshop objectives
The aim of this workshop is to summarize and communicate on a global level:
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the status and prospects of Power Electronics and Drive Train Components and
to give an introduction about E/E-Architecture and Intelligent Controls in order to
enhance the overalls vehicle performance.
Dedicated topics of the workshop are:
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Power Electronics & Power Supply,
Electrical Systems,
Materials and their Integration,
Voltage Levels,
Electric Energy Management,
Synergies with Automated Driving
The participation is free of charge.
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Agenda - 16th April, 2015
Opening
10:00
Welcome and Introduction
Michael Nikowitz, A3PS – Operating Agent of Task 17
Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE-IT
10:10
Task 17 in IA-HEV
Michael Nikowitz, A3PS
10:20
Project Portfolio in Electric Mobility
Gabi Fernholz, VDI/VDE-IT
Program Management Agency Electronic Systems / Electric Mobility
on behalf the Federal Ministry of Education Research
Session 1: Power Electronics and Drive
Train Components
Session 2: E/E-Architecture and
Intelligent Control
10:30
Efficiency Improvement Potentials for Light-,
Medium- and Heavy Duty Trucks via
Hybridization and Electrification in Urban
and Sub-Urban Traffic
Peter Prenninger/ Arno Huss, AVL List GmbH
13:35
Synergies E/E-Architecture of EVs and
autonomous driving (tbd)
Karl-Josef Kuhn, Siemens
10:55
Power Electronic Concepts for Modular Drive
Trains of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles
Hauke van Hoek, RWTH Aachen University
11:20
Virtual Design Approaches in the
Development of Electric Vehicle Powertrain
Components
Johannes Gragger, Austrian Institute of
Technology (AIT)
11:45
Examples of electric innovative architectures
for xEVs
Laurent Garnier, CEA
12:10
Advanced Reluctance Motors for Electric
Vehicle Applications
Saphir Faid, Punch Powertrain
14:00
Advanced Hybrid Electric Autobus Design
Christoph Voser, ETH Zurich
14:25
IMPROVE- Cloud Data Integration into the
Energy Management of Commercial FleetOperated Electric Vehicles
Bernhard Brandstätter, Virtual Vehicle
14:50
Topic (tbd)
Speaker (tbd), HELLA KGaA Hueck & Co.
15:15
Advanced Vehicle Testing Activity at Idaho
National Lab: Evaluation of Vehicles and the
Grid together as a System
Richard Carlson, Idaho National Laboratory
15:40
Coffee Break and Networking
12:35
Lunch Break and Networking
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Conclusions
16:20
Discussion about Following IEA Task on Synergies of Automated Driving and Electric Vehicles
Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE-IT
16:50
Closing Remarks and Farewell Address
Michael Nikowitz, A3PS
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Venue
VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH
Steinplatz 1
10623 Berlin
Phone: +49 30 310078-0 /
Fax: +49 30 310078-141
E-Mail: [email protected] / www.vdivde-it.de
Meeting Time
16th April, 2015
10:00-17:00 CET
Deadline for Registration
13th April, 2015
[email protected]
Participation Fee
Participation is free of charge
Travel Information
From Tegel Airport (appr. 15 minutes):
take Bus X9 toward Zoologischer Garten, depart at U-Bahnhof Ernst-Reuter-Platz change here for
Bus M45 toward Zoologischer Garten, depart at Steinplatz or
Bus 245 toward Zoologischer Garten, depart at Steinplatz
From Schönefeld Airport (appr. 50 minutes):
take RE7, RB14 toward Nauen, depart at Zoologischer Garten change here for
Bus M45 toward Spandau Johannesstift, depart at Steinplatz or
Bus 245 toward Nordbahnhof/Gartenstraße, depart at Steinplatz
From Berlin Hauptbahnhof/ Central Station (appr. 20 minutes):
take Bus 245 toward Zoologischer Garten, depart at Steinplatz or
take all trains westward (S3/S5/S7/S75), depart at Zoologischer Garten change here for
Bus M45 toward Spandau Johannesstift, depart at Steinplatz or
Bus 245 toward Nordbahnhof/Gartenstraße, depart at Steinplatz
Imprint
Organizer
A3PS- Austrian Association for Advanced
Propulsion Systems
Tech Gate Vienna
Donau City Street 1
1220 Vienna
Host (Co-Organizer)
VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH
Steinplatz 1
10623 Berlin
Stand
03.04.2015
Contact details - Operating Agent
Mr. Michael Nikowitz
Mail: [email protected]
Phone: 43 01 205 01 68-105
Text
Michael Nikowitz (A3PS)
Image courtesy
AUDI and cityproducts.de
For more information see
www.a3ps.at
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