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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 3:
PHEV Battery Requirements and Solutions

In this session, industry experts will discuss powertrain design and energy-storage solutions for the early plug-in offerings while analyzing the various proposed vehicle architectures, their energy-storage requirements, and the challenges ahead—yes, battery performance, life, and cost.


David HowellChairman:
David Howell,
Team Lead, Hybrid and Electric Systems, Vehicle Technologies Program, U.S. Department of Energy

Mr. Howell is the Team Leader for Hybrid and Electric Systems at the DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Program Office. Dave leads and provides technical guidance to the DOE Electrochemical Energy Storage R&D effort. He also serves as the DOE representative at the United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC) Management Committee. Dave is also responsible for the Electric Drive Vehicle Battery and Component Manufacturing Initiative funded under the American Re-Investment and Recovery Act.
 

  1. PHEV Battery Requirements and Technology Development Progress at the US Department of Energy
    Dave Howell, Team Lead, Hybrid and Electric Systems, U.S. Department of Energy
  2. Challenges to the Development of Battery Systems for EREVs
    Roland Matthé, Technical Manager EFLEX Battery, General Motors
  3. Development of Battery Cells for Toyota Vehicles
    Taira Saito, Assistant Manager, Hybrid Vehicle Material Engineering Div., Toyota Motor Corporation
  4. PHEV Life Prediction – Bridging the Gap between Modeling and the Real World
    Oliver Gross, Technical Specialist, Energy Storage & HV Systems, Chrysler Group LLC
  5. Battery System Design for Fleets and OEMS
    Mira Inbar, Business Development Manager, Dow Kokam
  6. Current EV and PHEV Battery Development Progress at SK Energy
    Jeon Keun Oh, Leader, Corporate R&D Center/HEV Battery Project, SK Energy