Call for Papers Now Open!
Each year, AABC Europe brings together a global audience of battery technologists and their key suppliers for a must-attend week of development trends, breakthrough technologies and predictions of the market for years to come. Our 2018 event was the largest AABC event ever with 1,000 attendees from 35 countries taking part in interactive discussions on the development and future market trends for vehicle electrification.
As more European nations and international automotive OEMs make their own commitment to vehicle electrification, we are excited to carry that momentum forward for 2019. Our program continues to expand coverage of the research and development of the chemistries and materials supporting the next generation of electric vehicle batteries, while maintaining our core focus on applied technologies needed for hybrid and electric cars and specialty vehicles.
The conversation has shifted, and the industry is embracing that it is no longer a question of if vehicle electrification will take place in Europe, but when. Make plans to be part of the discussion in 2019:
Attend. Join more than 1,000 of your colleagues, representing every level of the supply chain.
Speak. Submit a proposal to be part of our thoughtfully curated technical program.
Share. Present a poster to showcase your latest research findings.
Exhibit. Highlight your latest technologies and services in our exhibit hall.
28 JANUARY | TUESDAY
30 JANUARY |
2018 Plenary Sessions: xEV Market Expansion & Logistics for Vehicle Electrification
Renault EV and Its Battery
Masato Origuchi, Electrical Energy Storage System Expert, Renault
Assessment of Direction and Requirements for PEV Market Expansion
Stephanie Schenk, Senior Research Analyst, Advanced Industries - Automotive & Assembly, McKinsey & Company
Can California and the Federal Government Get Along? The Future of GHG, CAFE and ZEV Regulations for Light-Duty Vehicles
Robert Bienenfeld, Assistant Vice President, American Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Developments in EU Policy and Implications for the Electrification of Transport
Greg Archer, Program Manager, European Federation for Transport & Environment (T&E)
The Low Emission Mobility Package and Implications for the Battery Market in the EU
Stefaan Vergote, Advisor Dir. C Climate Strategy, Governance and Emissions of Non-Trading Sectors, DG Climate Action, European Commission
Legal Aspects of High-Voltage Battery Safety
Juergen Wilhelmy, Product Safety HV Battery, Audi AG
What’s the Next Step? Proposed & Forecasted Future Changes in the Chinese xEV/Battery Market
Mark Lu, Ph.D., Certified Senior Industrial Analyst, Industrial Economics & Knowledge Center (IEKC), Industrial Technology & Research Institute (ITRI)
Transport Regulations for Li-Ion Batteries and the Impact on the Automotive Market
Paul Horner, Manager, Dangerous Goods Standards, International Air Transport Association
Vehicle Electrification: Is the Path to Mass Market Open?
Menahem Anderman, Ph.D., President, Total Battery Consulting, Inc.
“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
“The annual visit of AABC is a must for any developer or scientist working on battery technologies for automotive applications.”
- Arnold Lamm, Ph.D., Daimler AG
“Thank you for visiting our AABC Europe website. I invite you to review the 2019 Call for Papers, and if you are interested in being considered for a podium presentation, to submit a speaker proposal by 29 June.
- Menahem Anderman, Conference Chair