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AABTAM Symposium
Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market
Wednesday, February 8 to Friday February 10, 2012

AABC 2012. AABTAM Symposium: Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market - Session 2

 
Session 2:
Batteries for Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Lithium Ion has recently been introduced into small-volume hybrid-vehicle offerings, yet all high-volume producers are still offering their vehicles with NiMH batteries. How fast will Lithium-Ion penetrate the market and which cell and pack design will provide the best cost-performance trade-off and still guarantee reliability and safety? These crucial issues will be addressed in this session by major automakers as well as Li-Ion developers.


 

Ted miller
Session Chairman:
Ted J. Miller, Senior Manager of Energy Storage Strategy and Research, Ford

 

Dr. Ted Miller’s team is responsible for energy-storage strategy, research, development, and worldwide implementation of hybrid electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, fuel cell hybrid electric vehicles, and battery electric vehicles. Mr. Miller is a member and Chairman of the United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC) Management Committee and past Chairman of the USABC Technical Advisory Committee. He is the principle investigator for Ford/University Research Alliance energy storage research programs at MIT and the University of Michigan.

SESSION AGENDA
  1. We Don’t Want a Box of Chocolates
    Ted Miller, Senior Manager, Energy Storage Strategy & Research, Ford Motor Company
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  2. 48V Technology for “Mild Hybrid” Applications
    Andre Radon, Technical Development – Energysystems/ Energybalance, Audi AG
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  3. Next Generation GM BAS, eAssist, Hybrid Li-Ion Battery System
    Ronn Jamieson, Director, Gobal Battery Systems Engineering, General Motors
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  4. Li-Ion-battery for BMW Active Hybrid 5
    Peter Lamp, Manager Cell Technology, BMW AG
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  5. Progress of SB LiMotive Automotive Battery Technology
    Kiho Kim, Vice President, Research & Development Team, SB LiMotive Co., Ltd.
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  6. Advancing Technologies for Changing Requirements; Opportunities in Lithium-Ion Hybrid Battery Packs
    Tom Watson, Vice President of Technology, Johnson Controls Power Solutions
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