Final Call for Papers for Europe's Best Networking Event for Automotive Energy Storage
Each year, AABC Europe brings together a global audience of chief battery technologists and their key suppliers to present development trends, share breakthrough technologies, and project the scope of the market for years to come. Our expanded program for 2018 offers more in-depth coverage on the research and development of the chemistries and materials behind the next generation of electric vehicle batteries, and introduces new sessions on charging and infrastructure, while continuing to feature applied technologies in hybrid and electric cars, buses, bikes and more.
Last year’s event hosted delegates from 35 countries taking part in interactive discussions on the development and future market trends for vehicle electrification. Make plans to join the conversation for 2018:
Attend. Join more than 700 of your colleagues, representing every level of the value chain.
Speak. Submit a proposal to be part of our thoughtfully curated technical program.
Share. Present a poster to share your latest research findings.
Exhibit. Highlight your latest technologies and services in our exhibit hall.
MONDAY 29 JANUARY | TUESDAY 30 JANUARY
WEDNESDAY 31 JANUARY |
THURSDAY 1 FEBRUARY
CONFERENCE APPLICATION TRACKS
“People show what will be the future, but it’s also dealing with practical questions, it’s not just a dream.”
- Muriel Desaeger, Ph.D., Toyota Motor Europe
“We see experts from the car companies, the battery suppliers, and the system integrators. The presentations are of excellent quality.”
- Eckhard Karden, Ph.D., Ford Research & Advanced Engineering
“It’s the most important conference per year in Europe. It’s a must for battery developers and people involved in battery research.”
- Arnold Lamm, Ph.D., Daimler AG
“Thank you for visiting our AABC Europe website. I invite you to review the Call for Papers, and if you would like to be considered for a podium presentation, I encourage you to submit a speaker proposal by 11 August.
- Menahem Anderman, Conference Chair