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LLIBTA Symposium - Large Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application
Track B: Battery Engineering

Tuesday, February 4 to Wednesday, February 5, 2014

AABC 2014 LLIBTA Symposium - Large Lithium Ion Battery Technology and Application - Track B: Battery Engineering and Application - Session 3

 

Session B3:

Battery Management in Automotive Applications

Tight battery management in the applications is a key to securing long life and safe operation. In this session, we will review in-vehicle electronic and thermal battery management, including state of charge/function and state of health estimation.

Mark Verbrugge

Session Chairman:

Mark Verbrugge, Director of Chemical Sciences and Materials Systems Laboratory, General Motors

Dr. Mark Verbrugge’s Laboratory (1) maintains global research programs enabled by the disciplines or chemistry, physics, and materials science and (2) targets the advanced development of structural subsystems, energy storage devices, and various technologies associated with fuels, lubricants, and emissions. He is a Board Member of the United States Automotive Materials Partnership and the United States Advanced Battery Consortium and an adjunct professor for the Department of Physics, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. He was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2009. He has published extensively on the topic of battery modeling, among others.

SESSION AGENDA

Generalized Battery State Estimator and Automotive Context
Mark Verbrugge, Director of Chemical Sciences and Materials Systems Laboratory, General Motors

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Development and Validation of BMS for xEVs
Carlton Brown, Director of Customer Specific Development, Robert Bosch GmbH

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Battery Management in Automotive Applications
Peter Birke, Head of Advanced Cell & Battery Technology, SK Continental E-Motion GmbH

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“POSTER +8” PRESENTATIONS:

HIL (Hardware-in-Loop) Development and Validation of Lithium-ion Automotive Battery Packs
Soduk Lee, US Environmental Protection Agency

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Ultra-Thin Sensors and Multiphysics Models for New Insights into Li-Ion Battery Operation
Aaron Knobloch, Senior Scientist, Photonics Laboratory, General Electric Global Research

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SENSOR: Embedded Fiber-Optic Sensing Systems for Improved Battery Management
Ajay Raghavan, Research Scientist/Principal Investigator, Palo Alto Research Center, a Xerox Company

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Optimal Experimental Design Framework for Battery Aging Studies
Joel Forman, Technical Consultant, Exponent

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