PROGRAMM – April 11, 2019

On the second and third day of the event, leading users, developers, politicians and researchers from international companies and institutes will report on the latest technologies and trends.

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8.30 AM – Welcome

Welcome to the 16. Battery Experts Forum

Klaus HeckKlaus Heck, Batteryuniversity GmbH

 

8.35 AM – Keynote

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The future of Batteries. Trend, Market, Price, Technology and main markets

Sven HPSven Bauer, BMZ Group
Sven Bauer, managing director of the BMZ GmbH is a passionate battery expert who is focused on business with battery and charger technologies for over 20 years now. With the establishment of the BMZ Batterien-Montage-Zentrum GmbH in Karlstein, he has made his hobby to his profession. The company has progressed quickly and with very big success into one of the leading system suppliers in the battery branch in Europe.

10.15 AM – Coffee Break
11.00 AM – Parallel presentations

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Murata´s Portfolio of Power and Garden Tool Cells
Dr. Tadashi Senoo, Murata Elektronik GmbH


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Electric Mobility

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Theodore Zannakis, LOTUS CARS LIMITED
 


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Safety and Life time

Coupling of Electrochemical and Mechanical Effects in LiB and its impact on Lifetime
Degradation and reliability are key factors for extending the range of applications for Lithium ion batteries. The scientific literature dealing with degradation mechanisms in full Lithium ion cells has spent a large effort on investigating chemical and electrochemical causes. For example, it is well understood that the loss of Lithium inventory due to the reaction of Lithium at the anode is one of the major mechanisms for capacity fade.

FriggemeierProf. Dr. Egbert Figgemeier, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
Prof.  Figgemeier studied chemistry and did his PhD at the University of Paderborn. This was followed by academic research  at the Universities of Dublin, Basel and Uppsala. In 2007 he joined Bayer Technology Services heading the materials and corrosion lab as well as the development of materials for battery applications. From 2012 on, he worked as application development engineer for battery materials at 3M Deutschland responsible for technical support of customers in Germany and Europe. Since 2016 he is group leader at the Helmholtz Institute Münster (section Aachen) and he holds the chair for “Ageing and Reliability of Batteries” at the RWTH Aachen University.
 


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Functional Safety and Battery Management
Functional Safety and Battery Management Solutions
ASIL requirements in the battery management space have evolved significantly. System designs now routinely target ASIL-D level for cell voltage and temperature measurement and ASIL-C for cell current. Analog Devices sets the bar with the most accurate ASIL-D battery monitors available at a low total system cost.

Engelhardt AndreasAndreas Engelhardt, Analog Devices, Inc.
Bryan currently holds the position of Systems and Applications Manager with Analog Devices. He had his first role in automotive battery management IC applications and product definition over 10 years ago and soon after dove into the world of ISO26262 prior to its first release.  Collaborating with key customers worldwide, he architected the world’s first single-chip ASIL-D compliant BMS IC.  Working at three major BMS IC suppliers has enabled a unique perspective and the opportunity to influence the design of more than 10 leading BMS IC products.
 


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Standards and Regulations
Global Certification & Testing for Batteries
Dr Beat KreuterBeat Kreuter, DEKRA Certification B.V.
Beat spent over 20 years of his professional career in Asia, working for various organizations in the testing certification and inspection before returning to Europe 2 years ago. Presently,  Beat is responsible for the global business activities in consumer safety for DEKRA. He expertise includes amongst others access and certification for global markets more recently he focus on Internet of things in particular on security and privacy issues for that technology.

11.30 AM – Parallel presentations

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Global Cell Production Overview
With the increasing number of Electric Vehicles (EV) on a global scale, EV charging has become an essential aspect of car ownership. Joint ventures between automotive OEMs and charging solution providers are pushing for a pan-European ultra-fast charging network. First half of this session includes the market assessment around penetration of DC fast charging in the European region and its impact on power semiconductors market. Additionally, non-conventional charging technologies such as dynamic wireless charging also have a significant potential to reduce the range-anxiety and facilitate a widespread adoption of E-buses. The second half of this session includes current and future market potential for wireless charging along with detailed evaluation of a dynamic wireless charging case study.
Mike Sheppard, Power Technology Research LLC


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Electric Mobility
Are eVTOLs viable with current-generation cells? – Design choices for the Volocopter battery system
Some of the biggest challenges in the rapidly developing Urban Air Mobility landscape lie in the battery system of the new all-electric VTOLs, with energy density and safety being major aspects. Are commercially useful missions possible with currently available cells or do we have to wait for next-gen Li-Ion chemistries for eVTOLs to take off?
Georgiadis KyriakosDr. Kyriakos Georgiadis, Volocopter GmbH
 Dr. Kyriakos Georgiadis studied electrical engineering, received his PhD from the RWTH University in Aachen and went on to lead the Research Projects and Advanced Engineering teams at BMZ. He is currently heading the Battery Development team at Volocopter, where he is focusing on the design of the battery system for the next-generation, EASA-certified Volocopter.

 


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Electric Mobility
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Paul McNamara, Williams Advanced Engineering


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Safety and Life time

Thermal runaway initiation and propagation in Li-ion batteries
Thermal runaway propagation tests of Li-ion batteries can provide important information for avoiding safety-critical situations. An overview of thermal runaway initiation methods as well as an overview of current standards related to thermal propagation testing will be given. Further a thermal runaway model based on thermal data of battery materials will be presented.

Dr. Pfrang AndreasDr. Andreas Pfrang, European Commission - DG Joint Research Centre
After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, Andreas Pfrang received doctor’s degree in physics at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany, in 2004. After providing microscopy services at Freudenberg Forschungsdienste in Weinheim, Germany, in 2007 he joined the European Commission's Joint Research Centre in Petten, Netherlands. There he performed fuel cell research and was responsible for microscopy services until 2012. Since 2013 he has contributed to battery testing at the Joint Research Centre. 


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Functional Safety and Battery Management
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Andreas Wagner, dSPACE GmbH

 

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Standards and Regulations

North American market access for OEMs and system integrators of medium and large battery formats in motive and stationary applications
Tobias Plettner, UL International Germany GmbH

  

12.00 AM – Parallel presentations

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Fast Charging Li-Ion Battery Market 2018

Fast charging li-ion batteries for Automotive applications are mandatory for having EV for all. Owners of EV`s who have no charging spot at home can do a fast charging opportunity and still use the EV`s. Main problem for having fast charging EV batteries is the batteries themselves who can't be charge fast. Several companies are developing LI-Ion NMC cells that can be charge fast and can provide an energy density of `180 Wh/kg. The presentation review the needs and the main developers and progress achieved on that area.

Leon Samuel ShmuelSamuel de-Leon, Shmuel De-Leon Energy, Ltd.
Shmuel De-Leon, Founder and CEO Shmuel De-Leon Energy for 9 years. Shmuel is a leading international expert in the business of batteries. Prior to founding Shmuel De-Leon Energy, Shmuel held for over 21 years various positions as an energy storage, electronic engineering and quality control team manager. Shmuel holds a BSc. in mechanical engineering from Tel-Aviv University and an MBA in quality control and reliability engineering from the Technion Institute in Haifa as well as an Electronic Technician’s diploma.


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Electric Mobility
AI-driven electric vehicle design and failure prediction by real-time monitoring
COMPREDICT has developed a software-based solution to assess the usage of each individual car and enable predictive maintenance. No additional sensors or hardware are needed. By combining real-time monitoring and artificial intelligence, COMPREDICT can predict failures of car components like electric motors or batteries.

Dr. Foulard StéphaneDr. Stéphane Foulard, COMPREDICT GmbH
As co-founder and managing director, Dr.-Ing. Stéphane Foulard is responsible for the research and development of COMPREDICT. He has a Diploma in general engineering from the Ecole Centrale de Lyon in France, a Master of Science in mechanical and process engineering of the TU Darmstadt and a joint PhD in mechatronics from the TU Darmstadt and the Ecole Centrale de Lyon. The foundation of the software solution developed by COMPREDICT was set by the research of Dr. Stéphane Foulard.
 


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Electric Mobility
Electric drive system as an all-in-one package
Miljan Sljuka, stoba e-Systems GmbH


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Safety and Life time

Safety Aspects of Lithium-Ion Batteries
Dr. Michael Abert, Fraunhofer-Institut für Chemische Technologie ICT


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Functional Safety and Battery Management

Designing Qi Standard Wireless Charging Devices with Microcontrollers
Andreas Riedenauer, INELTEK Mitte GmbH
 


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Standards and Regulations
Post European elections 2019 – what’s next for automotive and industrial batteries
Rene Schroeder, EUROBAT
 

12.30 AM – Lunch break and Press round table

Press round table from 12.30 AM to 1.30 PM
On the occasion of the 16th Battery Experts Forum we cordially invite you to the Forum of Messe Frankfurt. Take this exclusive opportunity for interviews with experts from the international battery industry.

2.00 PM – Parallel presentations

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The rechargeable Battery Market: cvalue chain and main trends 2017-2025
Pillot ChristopheChristophe Pillot, Avicenne Energy





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Electric Mobility

Solutions for an electrified world
Markus Theine, KREISEL Electric GmbH & Co. KG
 


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Safety and Life time

Influence of mechanical pressure on lithium-ion cell safety behavior
To identify the safety behavior of cells in a real world scenario, single and stacks of pouch-type cells were braced with different mechanical force and overcharged according to the UN38.3 standard. In comparison with the unbraced cells, the cells in the simulated module showed a significantly divergent safety behavior.

Henning LormannFabian Ebert, Fraunhofer ISC



 


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Battery Management and Components
Different Aspects of managing a BMS Pack and some tips to consider during the design and production
Jörg Weeger, Renesas Electronics Europe GmbH
 


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Testing and Certification
UNECE approval testing and certification of batteries for vehicles
The presentation will contain an introduction to the governmental forums that decide on the requirements for automotive batteries. Which Regulations are applicable to which batteries for which vehicles. Which member states of the UN join the agreement and accept the approvals. Furthermore an overview of the technical requirements is summarized. Finally the homologation process is explained and what cooperation and responsibilities are applicable to the manufacturer developing and producing the types to be approved, technical service that performs the approval testing and the authorities that take care of the type approvals, conformity checks of the production and the market surveillances. 

Wilfried van Laarhoven

Wilfried van Laarhoven, DEKRA Certification B.V.
Wilfried van Laarhoven have 29 year experience in testing and homologation. He is business development manager within the DEKRA Automotive Testing department and technical development of test standards, equipment and methods. Wilfried van Laarhoven is participation in international commissions and working groups and consultancy to the Dutch Ministry of Transport and the Dutch Approval Authority RDW.

 

2.30 PM – Parallel presentations

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Charging your future
Dong Wook Chun, LG Chem Europe GmbH


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Electric Mobility

Eurabus e-drive concept for busses & other commercial vehicles
Eurabus has developed an outstanding e-drive concept for busses and commercial vehicles which satisfies the customer with great energy efficiency, superior driving ranges, long life time and an excellent TCO calculation. Eurabus will present the latest battery technology concept for busses at the 16th  Battery Experts Forum 2019.

Michael DüdeMichael Düde, Eurabus GmbH
Michael Düde attended the Bochum University of Applied Sciences and gratuated with a bachelor‘s degree in mechatronics, focus automotive engineering and a master’s degree in electric mobility. During that time in Bochum he participated in the well known SolarCar team and took a leading roll in the development team of the „BOmobil“ light-duty utility vehicle project. After that time Michael Düde spent around 2 years as a project manager at a German battery system supplier and joined Eurabus GmbH as head of division electric mobility and busses in 2015.
 

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Safety and Life time

Life-time and internal temperature profile assessments of LIBs
Frank Richter, Siemens AS
 


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Battery Management and Components
Smart Battery Management for complex Systems
Jörg Wittmer, FSM AG
 


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Testing and Certification

Series Battery Benchmark - A glimpse to Battery knowhow
AVL offers a comprehensive Series Battery Benchmarking to provide valuable information about competition. AVL Battery Benchmark is not simply a teardown of a battery. In this presentation AVL will give a glimpse into some topics around safety and efficiency of three vehicle batteries currently discussed on the market.

Prochazka WenzelRainer Winkler, AVL Deutschland GmbH
Wenzel Prochazka studied Mechanical Engineering for Mechatronics at the University of Graz in Austria and the Institute of Applied Sciences in Rouen, France. During his PhD thesis, he investigated ageing mechanisms of Lithium ion cells. In 2010 he joined AVL List’s Global Battery Competence Team as a expert for ageing of battery systems. In 2013 he switched to his current position as Senior Product Manager for battery systems.

3.00 PM – Parallel presentations

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Relationship between Cost, Chemistry and Process - the enabler to interpenetrate the world market for automotive batteries
Dr. Stefan Permien, Customcells Itzehoe GmbH


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Electric Mobility
Development prospects for cell formats of lithium-ion batteries in electromobility
Dr. Tim Hettesheimer, Fraunhofer ISI

 

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Safety and Life time
Aging of NCA cathodes in Li-ion batteries
Today’s cathodes advance to more and more Ni-rich chemistries, where Panasonic/Tesla recently announced that their next generation NCA will be actually Co free - a claim that is as spectacular as it is controversially discussed. Also NMC’s advance to more Ni-rich compositions with NMC622 and 811. Here, we discuss the aging of such Ni-rich cathodes.

Michael HessDr. Michael Hess, Battronics AG
Michael worked on Li-ion batteries for 10 years before he realized that most things on LIB’s are already done. So he founded Battronics - a startup that summarizes all data on different LIB technologies, deleting the various mistakes in literature & patents. This helps our customers to advance rapidly on e.g. new cathode & anode chemistries or reducing aging. Don't waste your time & money on the actual meaning of "re-search" - most things are already known on batteries - so be informed!
 


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Battery Management and Components
Integrated solutions to manage, monitor, gauge and protect battery packs
Texas Instruments is proud to present decades of experience, developing integrated circuits to enhance your single and multi-cell battery application. Highlights include impedance track™ based battery fuel gauging, protection and authentication. We show methods to maximize power over lifetime and minimize system costs.

Kevin den ToomKevin den Toom, Texas Instruments, Inc.
Kevin den Toom is an Account Manager at Texas Instruments. He has 5 years experience in industry and a two year experience at Texas Instruments. His expertise in electronic power management includes schematic and layout. He also worked with battery management product line at Texas Instruments .


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Testing and Certification

Design and test requirements for lithium-battery-based energy storage systems
Dr. Axel Metz, VDE Renewables GmbH
 

3.30 PM – Coffee Break
4.00 PM – Parallel presentations

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LiB cell and material marketing strategy in xEV era
It is expected that the xEV market will grow faster and larger than expected thanks to severe regulations on vehicles emissions. But, can we really expect such high expanding of this market? Can we totally rely on the governmental policies for growing this market? I would like to make some remarks on how we should see this market and how we should make it grow in a healthy way.

Inagaki Sachiya 1Sachiya Inagaki, Yano Research Institute Ltd.
Sachiya Inagaki has worked with Yano Research Institute since August 2000. Experienced a lot of industry fields such as Laser, Optical lens, some electronics devices, and so on. Also, conducted some consulting service such as setting up a business plan, strategy to enter a market based on an experienced market research. Since 2009, he has focused primarily on market research for xeVs, LiB cells and four major LIB materials. Since August 2011, he had been in a position of General Manager of Seoul branch office for three years and he has been in a position of Senior Executive Manager of Industrial technology unit at headquarter in Tokyo, Japan. He has acquired MBA from Tsukuba University in 2007.
 


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Electric Mobility
Low voltage batteries for future emobility
Norbert Riegel, LG Chem Europe GmbH


 

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Cell and Battery Components
How to design safe battery systems with D6 SMD fuses
 


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Safety and Life time
Battery Testing to Comprehend Support for Bursty Workloads for Mobile PCs
Kamal Shah, Intel Corp.


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Battery Management and Components

BMS reliability of Integrated Circuit: hotplug, EMC and Safety
Battery Management Systems are key to build battery, using multiple cells. This presentation will show the way of insuring and exercising the robustness of BMS Integrated Circuits to hotplug, EMC and Safety. This will also showcase how the BMS solutions from NXP MC33771/2B are behaving against these exercises.

Alexis AdenotAlexis Adenot, NXP Semiconductors
Alexis Adenot has 16 years of experience in Electronics industry, especially semiconductor. He joined NXP in 2004 and has been in his current position since 2011. He has held various positions in Test, Characterization and Application Engineering. Since 2009, he is working on the development of the Battery Management Solutions for NXP as System and Applications Engineer. Alexis holds a Master degree in Engineering of Analog Electronics and Manufacturing Systems from Polytech’Tours, France.


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Energy Storage
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Big Pouch is leading the way for automotive and future residential by providing leading energy density and leading cost advantages. 18650 is loosing ground by not meeting the price and durability requirements of the future, which will be proven in this lecture. LFP chemistry is leading a second path into residential energy storage driven by various chinese suppliers. The criteria for integrators and for battery sourcing are changing now and still not clear for many energy players. In this paper the Top 5 cell suppliers and battery builders for residential storage are analyzed and compared. A guide for sourcing and classification is given. The cost and volume development is taken into account in order to work out the battery picture for worldwide residential battery business towards 2025.

Dr. Piepenbrink AndreasDr. Andreas Piepenbrink, E3/DC GmbH
Dr. Andreas Piepenbrink studied electrical engineering and obtained his doctorate in control engineering before working for several years in management positions in automotive engineering, including five years at ZF Friedrichshafen as Head of Gearbox Hydraulics and four years at Karmann as Division Manager Electronics / Managing Director Engineering Services. 
Seven years of international management and product development in the field of electronics at the market leader for semiconductor test automation, Multitest GmbH in Rosenheim, formed the capabilities to completely build up a power storage technology company as CEO of E3/DC GmbH from 2010. E3/DC GmbH offers highest quality products and leading power electronics for decentralized energy supply with the highest grades of autarky of self-sufficiency in single-family homes, apartment buildings and commercial operations, in the German market.

4.30 PM – Parallel presentations

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The Lithium Market into 2025 and future demand drivers

The lithium market has been very volatile in the last two years due to very high expectations of the industry and society for applications in rechargeable batteries, particularly in E-mobility and renewable energy storage. This presentation covers the current lithium supply/demand situation as well as future supply risks up to the year 2025.

Michael SchmidtMichael Schmidt, Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffen 

Michael Schmidt is a research associate at the German Mineral Resources Agency (DERA) based in Berlin, which is part of the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR). He is a geologist with practical experience in exploration, global market analysis and consultancy.
Between 2009 and 2012, Michael worked for the Martin Luther University Halle – Wittenberg where he worked on CCS technology. He also worked for different Junior Mining Companies (mostly Silver and Gold but also Antimony). Since October 2012 he works in risk analysis for different commodities including Antimony, PGMs and Lithium. In this position he is also consultant to the German Industry in commodity related issues.

 


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Electric Mobility
ISCAD - High power traction at low voltage
Electric vehicles are still considered to be niche products, but tendencies in global relevant markets clearly show that the breakthrough is almost here. Common electric vehicles use drive components based on high voltages (HV) up to 400 V to satisfy high standards in performance and comfort and some players on automotive market consider even 800 V the future power supply of cars. volabo challenges this state-of-the-art and presents a globally unique alternative: we deliver extreme performance up to more than 300 kW at safe-to-touch battery voltages.

Runde StephanStephan Runde, volabo GmbH
Stephan Runde attended the technical University of Dortmund and graduated with a master’s degree in electrical engineering and information technology, focussing on automation and robotic. He is with the volabo for about two years now, working as an embedded system engineer on the Drive Control of a new electric motor, the Intelligent Stator Cage Drive (ISCAD).

 


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Cell and Battery Components
Secure connection and monitoring of cells


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Safety and Life time
BattHEALTH - Battery Life Cycle Tracking
Manfred Przybilla, Ambibox GmbH

 


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Battery Management and Components

Battery protection in Power systems and high power equipment
The Self Control Protector is a fuse which protects the Li-ion battery in the secondary protection against overcurrent and overvoltage. This SCP will be used in several applications from lower current application as mobile phones to higher current application like e-scooters.
Tom ThomsonTom Thomson, Dexerials Corporation
After obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in International Hospitality Management Tom started his career in the hotel and hospitality industry, after which he quickly made the transition to a technical branche. After having worked in the energy storage industry for a few years Tom joined Dexerials early 2018 as Sales Manager for UV Curable Resins and Advanced Process Devices. In this role he is technically and commercially responsible for Optical Media and Li-ion battery related activities.      


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Energy Storage

Grid Services  and Virtual Power Plants – Distributed Storage as the Centre Piece for the Renewable Energy Revolution
Oliver Koch, sonnen GmbH
 

5.00 PM – Parallel presentations

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The World´s Greenest Battery
Anton Ekeström, Northvolt AB
 


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Electric Mobility

Inductive Charging for Electric Vehicles

Wireless charging of electric vehicles hit the market in July 2018 when BMW launched a factory-fitted, fully integrated inductive charging system for the BMW 530e iPerformance PHEV. The presentation reviews the fundamental technology and how magnetic resonance is used to design and commercialize efficient and cost effective wireless charging systems. An overview of the DRIVE 11 evaluation system which is WiTricity’s end to end reference design for wireless charging of electric and hybrid vehicles will be given. DRIVE 11 is capable of delivering up to 11kW of power at efficiencies up to 94% and compliant to SAE TIR J2954™ and IEC/ISO standards.

Peter Wambsganß, WiTricity Corporation

Peter Wambsganss joined WiTricity as Director of Business Development for Europe in April 2015 and is responsible for driving further growth of WiTricity’s business in Europe. Peter has more than 20 years of experience working in technology R&D, commercialization and business development in the fields of power electronics, battery charging, and wireless energy transfer. Prior to joining WiTricity, he served as the head of the Laboratory & Information Technology Department at the Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering (IBMT). As a co-founder and CTO of RRC Power Solutions, Peter led RRC’s development of advanced power conversion, battery charging and wireless energy transfer systems.
 


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Cell and Battery Components

DC Contactors: Application and Selection in HV Battery-systems
  


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Safety and Life time
Aging and Quality Analyses for Li-Ion Batteries based on High Precision Current Measurements
High Precision Coulometry shortens battery aging studies considerably and enables an identification of different internal side reactions without modifying or destroying the battery cells. Accurate self-discharge measurements can detect microshorts from internal dendrite growth or foreign particles from production.
Perter KeilDr. Peter Keil, Battery Dynamics GmbH
Dr. Peter Keil received the diploma degree in mechanical engineering and the Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Munich in 2010 and 2017, respectively. He received the Dr. Wilhelmy Foundation Award for his outstanding Ph.D. thesis in 2017.
Dr. Keil is the founder of Battery Dynamics GmbH and has a wide experience in electrical and thermal characterization of lithium-ion batteries for parameterizing simulation models and investigating battery degradation. 


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Testing and Certification

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Cédric Loubiat, NEOGY
  


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Energy Storage

Residential energy self sufficiency - Peace of mind and innovative usage concepts
Sven Albersmeier-Braun, SENEC GmbH
 

5.30 PM – After-Show-Party

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