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AABTAM Symposium
Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market
Wednesday, January 26 to Friday, January 28, 2011

Advanced Automotive Battery Conferences

AABC 2011 - AABTAM Symposiums

Panel Sessions

Session 1
Market Development of HEVs, EVs, and their Batteries

Session 2
Energy-Storage Solutions for High-Voltage Hybrids

Session 3
PHEV Battery Requirements and Solutions

Session 4
Electric-Vehicle Battery Technology

Session 5
Battery Management Technology in Automotive Applications


Session 2:
Energy-Storage Solutions for High-Voltage Hybrids

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. What will be the pace of future Lithium-Ion entry into the market and which cell and pack designs will provide the best cost-performance ratios and still guarantee reliability and safety? These crucial issues will be addressed in this session by both carmakers and Lithium-Ion developers.

Ted millerChairman:
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.

  1. Li-Ion Batteries for Hybrid Applications – Relation Between Cell and System Characteristics
    Jens Vetter, BMW AG
  2. Battery System for Audi's Q5 Hybrid Vehicle
    Daniel Andree, Development Engineer for High-Voltage Li-Ion Batteries, Audi AG
  3. Cycle- and Calendar-life Degradation Analysis of Lithium Polymer Battery for HEV Applications
    Joongseok Oh, Senior Research Engineer, Battery Systems Eng. Team, Hyundai/Kia Motor Company
  4. Adapting Vehicle Hybrid Energy Systems for the Future
    Tom Apalenek, Senior Principal Systems Engineer, BAE Systems
  5. A123Systems' Nanophosphate Battery Technology for HEV and PHEV Applications
    Jeff Kessen, Director of Global Marketing, Automotive Solutions, A123Systems
  6. SBLiMotive Li-Ion Cell Technologies for xEV Applications
    Kiho Kim, Vice President R&D Team, SB LiMotive