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Session Dialogue 3: Dialogue Sessions

2019-05-22, 12:30-14:30
Venue: Exhibition
  • P1 Vehicles & Transportation Systems

    • P1W01: INVESTIGATING THE USE OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN NEW MOBILITY SERVICES
      Alan JENN , University of California, Davis , US

       

    • P1W02: A FRAMEWORK TO COMPUTE ELECTRIC VEHICLES CHARGING TARIFFS
      Fanny VANRYKEL , ULiege , BE

       

    • P1W03: EXPERIENCES FROM NORWEGIAN BEV OWNERS ? USING THE BEV FOR ALL PURPOSES
      Synnove GRONDAHL , Norwegian EV association , NO

       

    • P1W04: AGENT-BASED MODEL FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE ADOPTION IN BRUSSELS
      Quentin DE CLERCK , Vrije Universiteit Brussel - MOBI , BE

       

    • P1W05: WHERE ARE USED ELECTRIC VEHICLES AND WHO ARE THE BUYERS?
      Jae Hyun LEE , University of California, Davis , US

       

    • P1W06: ECULT: A CONCEPT STUDY OF A LIGHTWEIGHT, AFFORDABLE 48V URBAN VEHICLE
      wolfgang KRIEGLER , Fachhochschule Joanneum UAS , AT

       

    • P1W07: CO-DESIGN APPROACH AND OPTIMIZATION FOR PLUG-IN HYBRID BUSES
      Duong TRAN , Vrije Universiteit Brussel - MOBI , BE

       

    • P1W08: IMPACT OF INCREASING DIESEL PRICES: WILL ELECTRIC VEHICLES BECOME AN ECONOMIC SOLUTION FOR FREIGHT TRANSPORT?
      Philippe LEBEAU , Vrije Universiteit Brussel - MOBI , BE

       

    • P1W09: SMILE FIRST PROJECT - VERIFICATION TESTS IN REAL WORLD FOR MULTI-PURPOSE MOBILITY (MPM) - (3RD REPORT)
      Yoshinori KONDO , Natl Inst. for Env. Studies , JP

       

    • P1W10: SIMPLE DETECTING METHOD OF TURNING RADIUS USING GEOMAGNETISM SENSOR FOR LIGHT ELECTRIC VEHICLE
      Naoki KOGAI , National Institute of Technology, Ibaraki College , JP

       

    • P1W11: FORECASTING BATTERY SOC FOR ELECTRIC BUSES WITH DYNAMIC ROUTE INFORMATION AND NEURAL NETWORKS
      Steven WILKINS , TNO , NL

       

    • P1W12: METHODS TO EVALUATE THE QUALITY OF A REMAINING RANGE ALGORITHM
      Lisa BRAUN , Evobus GmbH , DE

       

    • P1W13: VIABILITY OF TRACTION BATTERY FOR BATTERY-HYBRID TROLLEYBUS
      Abhishek Singh TOMAR , HAN Automotive Research , NL

       

    • P1W14: AVERAGE ENERGY SPECIFIC CONSUMPTION OF URBAN ELECTRIC BUSES
      Fernando ORTENZI , ENEA , IT

       

    • P1W15: ANALYSIS OF DRIVER'S CHARACTERISTICS IN DRIVING CONTROL AUTHORITY TRANSITION PERIOD
      So-Yeon JEON , Sungkyunkwan University , KR

       

    • P1W16: IMPLEMENTATION OF INTEGRATED GENERATION UNIT SIMULATION PLATFORM WITH POWER ELECTRONIC LOAD AND ENGINE SIMULATOR
      Wen XUHUI , Chinese Academy of Sciences , CN

       

  • P2 Electric Power Train and Application

    • P2W17: BIG CHALLENGES AND BIGGER OPPORTUNITIES FOR ELECTRIC POWERTRAIN WITH VEHICLE AUTONOMY
      Puneet SINHA , Mentor, a Siemens Business , US

       

    • P2W19: ANALYSIS OF OPTIMAL BATTERY STATE-OF-CHARGE TRAJECTORY FOR BLENDED REGIME OF PLUG-IN HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE
      Branimir SKUGOR , Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture , HR

       

    • P2W20: ENERGY MANAGEMENT CONTROL FOR ELECTRIC DRIVETRAINS WITH MULTIPLE ENERGY STORAGE UNITS
      Mohamed EL BAGHDADI , Vrije Universiteit Brussel - MOBI , BE

       

    • P2W21: A COST BREAKDOWN MODEL TO ESTIMATE FUTURE SALES PRICES OF HYDROGEN FUEL CELL VEHICLES
      Jeremy RIMBON , DFIU , DE

       

    • P2W22: ELECTRIC AND CONVENTIONAL VEHICLE PERFORMANCE OVER ECO-DRIVING CYCLES: ENERGY BENEFITS AND COMPONENT LOSS
      Tim LACLAIR , Oak Ridge National Laboratory , US

       

    • P2W23: COMPARATIVE CONCEPT STUDY OF PASSIVE HYBRID ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS IN 48 V MILD HYBRID VEHICLES VARYING LITHIUM-ION BATTERY AND SUPERCAPACITOR TECHNOLOGIES
      Thorsten GRUEN , Karlsruhe Institute of Technology , DE

       

    • P2W24: DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF N1 CLASS RANGE EXTENDED ELECTRIC ROAD CLEANER VEHICLE
      Karaoglan MUSTAFA UMUT , Dokuz Eylul University , TR

       

    • P2W26: SIMULATION OF FREE-FLOATING VEHICLE CHARGING BEHAVIOUR AT PUBLIC CHARGING POINTS
      Vincent GORKA , Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences , NL

       

    • P2W27: A SIMULATION STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF MOTOR EFFICIENCY ON THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE RANGE.
      Balaji BALASUBRAMANIAN , Ashok Leyland , IN

       

    • P2W28: A STUDY OF TESTING AND EVALUATION METHOD OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION FOR PLUG-IN HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE
      PENG WANG , CHINA AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING RESEARCH INSTITUTE CO., LTD , CN

       

  • P3 Component Technologies

    • P3W29: AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES IN HYBRID ENERGY SYSTEMS
      Manfred REISNER , ACTARON , DE

       

    • P3W30: ANALYSIS OF DEGRADATION MECHANISMS OF ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERIES USING DRIVING DATA
      Tomohiko IKEYA , CRIEPI , JP

       

    • P3W31: REAL-WORLD MOBILITY DATA FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE CAPACITY FADE OF LITHIUM-ION AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES
      Elena PAFFUMI , European Commission Joint Research Centre , IT

       

    • P3W32: SIMULTANEOUS COMPARISON OF INTERNAL ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF VARIOUS 18650 RECHARGEABLE CELLS UNDER EXCESSIVE HALF-SINE SHOCK FOR RAILWAY APPLICATION
      Jonghoon KIM , Chungnam National University , KR

       

    • P3W33: COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR OBTAINING MODEL PARAMETERS OF LITHIUM ION BATTERIES
      Jing YUANBIN , North China University of Technology , CN

       

    • P3W34: SHAFT GROUNDING SOLUTION(S) FOR BEARING PROTECTION
      Jochen BANTEL , KACO GmbH + Co. KG , DE

       

    • P3W35: DESIGN OF A 200 KW PM SYNRM MOTOR WITHOUT RARE-EARTH FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE
      Abdenour ABDELLI , IFP Energies nouvelles , FR

       

    • P3W36: HYBRID POWERTRAIN CONTROL BASED ON THE PREDICTION OF DRIVER'S ACCELERATION INTENTION
      Joonyoung PARK , Hyundai Motor Company , KR

       

    • P3W37: MODULAR SOLUTION FOR ROTARY SHAFT COOLING SEALS FOR ELECTRIC ENGINES
      Matthias PODESWA , KACO GmbH + Co. KG , DE

       

  • P4 Charging/Fueling infrastructure

    • P4W38: A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON COMBINATION OF ALTERNATE ENERGY SOURCES FOR EFFECTIVE REGENERATION AND EXTENDED RANGE
      P SIVASANKARI , Ashokleyland , IN

       

    • P4W39: SELFPLUG«: CONDUCTIVE AUTOMATIC CHARGING FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES
      Antoine GRATIAN , GULPLUG , FR

       

    • P4W40: SCOPE AND TOTAL INVESTMENT FOR A CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR 100% MARKET SHARE OF BEVS IN GERMANY BY 2050
      Judith AUER , Karlsruher Institut f├╝r Technologie (KIT) , DE

       

    • P4W41: FUTURE PROOFING AC & DC CHARGING OF MHD FLEETS
      Jay GOLDMAN , EVgo , US

       

    • P4W42: GENERALIZING ELECTRIC VEHICLE AND BUILDING ENERGY SYSTEM FOR SMART ENERGY MANAGEMENT
      Heikki SUONSIVU , ParkingEnergy , FI

       

    • P4W43: ENERGY-ENCRYPTED WIRELESS POWER TRANSFER FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE DYNAMIC CHARGING
      T. W. CHING , University of Hong Kong , HK

       

    • P4W44: COMPARISON OF FULL H-BRIDGE AND CASCADED MULTILEVEL H BRIDGE INVERTER FOR WEVCS
      SAKLY JIHEN , VEDECOm , FR

       

    • P4W45: V2G-AC ? GRID CODES COMPLIANCY, FROM LAB TESTING TO FIELD EXPERIMENT
      Arnaud SZEWCZYK , Groupe Renault , FR

       

    • P4W46: DOTAC CHARGING TECHNOLOGY: A WAY FOR AUTOMOTIVE AND ENERGY INDUSTRIES TO JOINTLY REDUCE EV?S TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP AND TURN THEM INTO A GRID BALANCING ASSET
      Jorg VAN HEESBEEN , Jedlix , FR

       

    • P4W47: PUTTING THE EV DRIVER FIRST; THE IMPORTANCE OF ROAMING, OPEN NETWORKS, AND FEATURE STANDARDIZATION.
      Mark BRABY , ChargePoint , NL

       

    • P4W48: STRATEGIES IN DEPLOYING GRID-COMPATIBLE EV INFRASTRUCTURE
      Scott FISHER , Greenlots , US

       

  • P5 Entering Mass Market & Demand Issues

    • P4W49: POTENTIALS FOR ALL-SOLID-STATE CELL MANUFACTURING IN EUROPE
      Robert STANEK , P3 automotive GmbH , DE

       

    • P5W50: V2GO: A V2G DEMONSTRATOR DESIGNED TO DEVELOP BUSINESS CASES FOR FLEETS
      Marie-Lou PICHERIT , EDF Energy , UK ; Camille ROUX , EDF , FR

       

    • P5W51: MEASURING CUSTOMER BENEFITS OF FULL ELECTRIC VANS: AN EXTENDED COMPOSITIONAL APPROACH FOR COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS
      Daniel GUTH , Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) , DE

       

    • P5W52: EXAMINING THE IMPACT OF COSTING TO USE GOVERNMENT-OWENED CHARGERS: A CASE STUDY IN JEJU, SOUTH KOREA
      Sanghoon SON , Jeju Research Institute , KR

       

    • P5W53: ASSESSING CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE IMPROVEMENTS AND RESULTING IMPACTS OF ?PLUG AND CHARGE?
      Nathan DUNLOP , Tritium , AU

       

  • P6 Energy & Environmental Analyses

    • P6W54: DEMAND AND POTENTIAL RECOVERY OF RARE EARTHS FOR A MORE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRIC MOBILITY IN EUROPE
      MARTA IGLESIAS EMBIL , SEAT SA , ES

       

    • P6W55: LOAD PROFILE GENERATOR FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE HOME CHARGING
      Georg GOEHLER , Universit├Ąt Stuttgart IAT , DE

       

    • P6W56: THE FLOVESOL PROJECT: ELECTRIC MOBILITY CHARGING SYNERGY WITH PV SOLAR PANELS EQUIPPED HOUSING
      Alain LE DUIGOU , CEA , FR

       

    • P6W57: NETWORK TARIFF DESIGN WITH ELECTRIC VEHICLES AND DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCES
      Quentin HOARAU , Universit├ę Paris-Sud , FR

       

    • P6W58: RECYCLING OF LITHIUM-ION ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERIES
      James MILLER , Argonne National Laboratory , US

       

  • P7 Mobility Concepts

    • P7W59: ASSESSMENT OF DEMAND-ORIENTED CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE AT CITY-REGIONAL LEVEL ? A GIS AND MODEL BASED APPROACH
      Tamer SOYLU , KIT - Institut f├╝r Verkehrswesen , DE

       

    • P7W60: SMART FLEET MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS FOR CLEAN URBAN MOBILITY
      Dorothee COUCHARRIERE , Blue Solutions , FR

       

    • P7W61: ELECTRIFICATION OF CORPORATE PASSENGER CAR FLEETS -A CASE STUDY AFTER 3M EV-KMS
      Steffen BUCHER , BridgingIT GmbH , DE

       

     

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