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AABTAM Symposium
Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market
Wednesday, February 6 to Friday February 8, 2013

AABC 2013 AABTAM Symposium - Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market - session 2

 
Session 2:

Energy Storage for Hybrid Vehicles

Lithium-Ion batteries are now offered in about a dozen small to moderate volume hybrid programs. Yet the higher-volume producers are still offering their vehicles with NiMH batteries. How fast will Lithium-Ion gain market share and which cell and pack designs will provide the best cost-performance trade-off and still guarantee reliability and safety? Will any other energy-storage technologies capture market share at the low-cost end of the hybridization spectrum? These crucial issues will be addressed in this session by major automakers as well as Li-Ion developers.


 

Heinz-Willi Vassen

Session Chairman:

Heinz-Willi Vassen, Manager Energy and Storage Systems, Audi AG

 

Mr. Vassen has been manager of energy and storage systems at Audi since 2006. He joined Audi AG in 1999 as diagnostics engineer and became manager of gateway ECU and data buses in 2004. Mr. Vassen studied electrical engineering at the RWTH Aachen, Germany and was a system engineer of engine control at Mannesmann VDO AG between 1997 and 1999.

SESSION AGENDA

48V Architecture and Energy-Storage Requirements and Solutions

Josef Berger, Development Engineer for High-Voltage Batteries, Audi AG
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Bridging The Gap Between Start-Stop and Vehicle Electrification

Craig Rigby, Vice President Global Product Engineering, Johnson Controls, Inc.

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Lithium Ion for Micro- and Mild Hybrids

Jeff Kessen, Director, Global Marketing, A123 Systems
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12 V Lithium-Ion Battery for Start and Stop Applications

Jyunya Ueda, Development Division, Lithium-ion Battery Business Unit, GS Yuasa International, Ltd.
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12V Energy Recovery System with Nickel Metal Hydride Battery

Ryuji Kawase, General Manager, Alkaline Battery Engineering Group, Automotive Battery Business Unit, SANYO Electric Co.,Ltd.
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Battery Development for Hybrid Vehicles

Kazuo Tojima, Senior Staff Engineer, Battery Material Engineering Division, and Yutaka Oyama, Assistant Manager, Battery Material Engineering Division, Toyota Motor Corporation

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Life Time Simulation of HEV Batteries

Dr. Sebastian Scharner, R&D Battery – Cell Technologies & Development, BMW

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