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 Zhidou electric Vehicle Ltd., China
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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 Volvo, Sweden
Francisco J. Márquez Fernández - Researcher Lund University, Sweden
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Prof. Mats Alaküla

Senior Technical Advisor
Volvo, Sweden

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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 Volvo Cars
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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 E-Force One, Switzerland
Dr. Michael Lampérth - CEO Phi-Power, Switzerland
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Dr. Daniel Aggeler

Chief Technology Officer
E-Force One, Switzerland

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Dr. Michael Lampérth

CEO
Phi-Power, Switzerland

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Chris Vagg

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

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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 Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
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Dr. Peter van Duijsen

Simulation Research
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands